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green plant with purple flowers in the foreground?
What are the big green spikey plants (NOT the ones with the purple flowers)? Thank you!
admire this planting scheme. The tall grasses are Miscanthus, the whispy purple plant is perovskia and the wheat colored grasses are stipa. - beautiful garden.
hillside garden, comments list the taller plants
Low Water natural planting style on slope
Similar to what we are working with. Like the plants, bushes, and plants
landscape for back hill, big plants
Huettl Landscape Architecture
Northern California regional hillside
in this hillside garden, providing a wonderful walk to the pavilion overlook.
Hillside plantings ideal structure for our hillside project.
Planting on hill and pavers in grass
Grass-y hillside flowing down to lawn
wild looking planting on up slope
Garden wall and plant selection. Pathway leading to hillside
Gualala Sea Side Heather Garden
for a plant called Calluna vulgaris , a type of erica ,which is cold hardy. Also look up some of these other plants: Erica and Daboecia, Most all conifers do well cold climates such as Colorado.
plants around the pond. no maintenance
Love the hillside plantings. It looks like a painting
masses of hillside planting
great hillside - heathers
texture on hillside...heather and plants...Hillside idea...hillside plants...plant arrangement...Hillside garden...plant types/ style
Timothy Sheehan, ASLA
Houzz. Plants include Lady's Mantle, Silver Mound Artemesia, German Iris, Dwarf Crested Iris, Kousa Dogwood, Blue Globe Spruce, Tom Thumb Cotoneaster, Rhodos, Helen Von Stein Lamb's Ears, Caramel Coral Bells, Peonys, Miscanthus Grass, New England Aster, Magic Carpet Spirea, Gold Mops Falsecypress, and
like the variety of plants on the hillside
like the plantings on the berm
Organization of plants and type of plants
planting on a slope - lovely
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
The hillside garden responds to movement of the wind, flow of the water and warmth of the sun with an artful integration of storm water management practices. Rhythmic landforms and a grassy swale slow stormwater flow, allowing it to percolate into the ground and divert it away from the house. The meandering
tolerant planting provide a gracious transition between the built environment and the adjoining openlands. Michele Lee Wilson Photography
to the plant you're interested in.Moisture. Even the most drought-tolerant plants need regular watering while their roots develop, and some plants must have a constantly moist or wet soil to survive. Do your site conditions match the needs of the plant you're interested in?
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark'
Bay Area hillside garden filled with Mediterranean plants and built-in stone bench. Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark', Lavender, Lavender Cotton. Photo: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
d you plant lavandula angustifolia and santolina chamaecyparissus?
love the hillside plants and built in bench
Used: Lavendula x intermedia 'Provence' …and Santolini chamaecyparissus. The plant with the green foliage and orange flowers
color mix, the height on the plants, texture of plants
hillside with flower interest, herbs, mixed heights
seating and then plants on top? cute
Plant Hallmark in a mass, in a rock garden, or even in a living wall. For such a delicate-looking flower, this perennial is pretty tough and can survive in most applications. Imagine a sea of orange cascading down your difficult backyard slope or even a minor hint of tangerine peaking up from inside
Blasen Landscape Architecture
are the plants on the slope?
partly planted in lavender (on the right side of the photo).
planting on side of the building
grass, plants look contemporary and neat
Lanscape hillside by type of plant with rock wall
low wall with plants/shrubs on slope
Steep hillside. Blocked groupings of shrubs & grasses.
Decent way to plant a hill
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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unique plantings. You will find very little lawn here and instead find flowering shrubs, trees, perennials, grasses, and even unusual and striking annuals planted to delight human and butterfly visitors. This exquisite garden is the result of a close working and personal relationship between the owners
Love the plants and steps on this hillside.
Love the naturalness of the path and the plants irregularity
midwest native plants: bluestem, columbine, bergamot,
LOVE tha natural-looking cascade of native plants along these stone steps!
surrounding plants going up to our upper section in the backyard
so I planted a few more trees to fortify that line, along with an understory of berry-producing shrubs, like viburnum and serviceberry. Good luck!More: How I Learned to Be an Imperfect Gardener