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James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
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I have a new build with need of starting a garden
A variety of Hostas and Astibe as well. Other plants that would compliment the mix are Heuchera and Foam Flower of which there are many varieties and Bleeding
through the space. Even though this garden relies heavily upon hostas for interest, it is the large-leafed hostas (Hosta cvs, USDA zones 3 to 8) that punctuate
repetition of the large-leafed hostas allows for the peaceful transition to pockets of different plants.
Mix ColorsThis garden, with its understated green
permitting, to determine the outlines of your garden borders. You can easily do this by laying out a garden hose or spraying chalk where the borders of the
The garden is in southern Maine
“use of hostas” — hmjeremy
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
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Hydrangea and hostas for secret garden
oak leaf hydrangea, annabelle hydrangea underplanted with large hosta
pretty combo with hydrangea and hosta...hydrangea & hostas...Hydrangeas and hostas...Secret garden...Hostas under the hydrangeas.l.....hosta & hydrangeas -...Hostas and hydrangeas...w hosta hydrangea...shade garden...Hosta and hydrangea...Secret Garden...cottage garden
“stairs by tree” — irishred2005
Leonard Design Associates
4 Reviews
Newburyport Federal
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Questions0
north side of the house, a difficult lawn space is converted to a shade garden. A Leonard
Hosta garden and gate...Overgrown garden...Landscape using hostas...Side yard shade garden...A little shaggy shade garden...Shade garden...Hosta garden...hosta fern...Love this hosta garden...Nice variety of Hostas!
“Backyard shade garden” — hlindley21
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Lakeside Retreat
Ideabooks43,975
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What are red flowers ? You used 3 beautiful cultivars of hostas. What are they?
Hi there, right behind the hostas on the left hand side of this pictures there is some tall grass- what type
What are the beautiful large white flowers at the back of the garden(infront of the fence)?
Is this primarily a shade or medium to full light garden?
We have a shade garden in mostly low to deep shade. The Heuchera thrives, perhaps because it is in an established woodland garden?i have no idea why
The green plants with the white edges appear to be a variegated hosta variety. The red flowers behind it looks like a red astilbe to me.
partially correct- the Dragon's Blood Sedum is not the best choices for shade gardens, but the Heuchera Plum Pudding does just fine in a partial shade location
“Garden boarders” — osbourne17
Smalls Landscaping
16 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
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thumb is on vacation. I checked out some garden books today from our library and one of them is The Gardener's guide to growing Daylilies. I just wanted
a tree lover myself, having been a tree and shrub expert at the largest garden center in Chicago for over a decade. BTW as you may or may not know,
Garden - under planting of trees
“plants” — smartshopgirl
Rolling Landscapes Inc.
7 Reviews
Woodside Ave. Hinsdale, Il.
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Multiple varieties of hostas were used as a simple filler plant.
strip of same hosta down the middle and then flanked
Hosta garden by edge near trees
love these flowers and bushes as part of a garden.
hosta garden...jardin de hostas...Garden landscrip...Hosta variety...border gardens...flower gardens
“Landscape” — lorib53
Superior Lawn and Landscape
1 Review
Making something out of Nothing
Ideabooks14,078
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They are Hostas. Don't plant if you have slugs or snails.
Lots of garden space to bring charm to the house
like hosta layout...hostas garden...hostas and rocks...Hostas and rock around tree...Z's garden...love these hostas...hosta garden...garden path
“pond” — flakesinc
www.KarlGercens.com
Beautiful Gardens
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How do you keep the deer from eating your hostas? I live nearby and the deer eat them to the ground
What type of hosta (if that is what it is) is this? The big leaf brigt green one?\
and is one of the hostas that can take all day sun - unless the temp is over 90, in which case only morning sun or it will burn. Any hosta with more yellow
PS Hostas hate heat - it's a fallacy that they must be in shade - unless the temp
Sum & Substance will reach 6 to 7 feet across and 4 feet high. The older a hosta is, the larger it will get (depending on the cultivar).
Lime hostas are another great choice for shade, bringing pops of vibrancy into dark corners.
Artwork in the garden should be highly personal. It can
“lush” — debnicol
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