5,860 hyacinth foliage Home Design Photos

Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Vegetable Gardens
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A purple hyacinth bean vine (Lablab purpureus) drapes one of the gateways. Planted as an annual in Pennsylvania it will grow up to 20’ in a season, producing purple/pink flowers and fabulous purple pods all summer long. The leaves, flowers and pods look beautiful both clambering on the fence and in mixed
“My garden entrance” — bbbux
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
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Eclectic Craftsman
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Hi Janet, thanks for your question. The plant you asked about is a late-spring blooming bulb called Indian Hyacinth or Camassia. http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?kempercode=q550 James
that hide dying foliage. Blue Danube and Alba are cultivars.
Camas, Quamash, Wild Hyacinth-plant with daylillies, peonies, hostas blue Danube Alba creamy white 3-11
Wild Hyacinth bulbs for a spring flower in and around daylilies and hostas.
Camas, Quamash, Wild Hyacinth Camassia These tall stalks with blue or cream flowering racemes look striking in mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover any dying foliage. Camas
Camas, Quamash, Wild Hyacinth Camassia These tall stalks with blue or cream flowering racemes look striking in mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover any dying foliage. Camas is also right at home in moist meadows, in woodlands
“Wild hyacinthe native plant” — wandeco
Conte & Conte, LLC
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Tulips in planting beds
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Very nice but what comes up next? Tulips and grape hyacinth only last
10. Edge the garden. Use smaller bulbs like grape hyacinth or scilla as a colorful border to frame a more formal bulb garden or the early-season greens in a vegetable plot. Here, raised beds of pink and coral tulips are accentuated by grape hyacinth. Though a planting like this is stunning, you'll need
upright growth and intense colors give the beds a tidy look, and massing the bulbs together highlights the colors. Smaller bulbs, such as crocuses and hyacinths, work well along the edges of beds, in rock gardens and around the perimeters of ponds and creeks. The one drawback of including bulbs in a formal
need to remove the bulbs after they bloom or add enough perennials or annuals to provide interest until the foliage naturally dies.More: 6 Unsung Bulbs for Fall Planting
“Great idea for filling the vegetable planter before summer” — Barbara Liese
John Kehoe
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
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ranges to southern Oregon This plant provides year-round interest: bright green new foliage and tiny flowers in the spring, early-summer green fruit to late-summer deep red (ripe) grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved
woodlands and the Central Valley. Provides year-round interest with bright green new foliage and tiny flowers in the spring, early-summer green fruit to late-summer deep red (ripe) grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall, and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Loved by hummingbirds and hummingbird
ranges to southern Oregon This plant provides year-round interest: bright green new foliage and tiny flowers in the spring, early-summer green fruit to late-summer deep red (ripe) grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved
“Cal wild grape -toxic to dogs!” — Marina Meyere
Barbara Rooch Interior Environments, Inc.
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Trieste At Bay Colony
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Stunning. Love the White Hyacinth. The whole room is award-winning. Question: What color is the trim?
This is Sherwin Williams SW0046 White Hyacinth
Wall color - SW0046, White Hyacinth
White Hyacinth
“Wall color - SW0046, White Hyacinth” — LinOne
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
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Spring Lake-Dining Room
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could theoretically root bulbs in your refrigerator if you have a thermometer. Basements and garages often provide the ideal conditions. Once the foliage begins to develop, move the bulbs to a warmer spot (65 degrees). Some growers recommend a sunny north-facing window, while others specify bright light
periodically to make sure they aren't molding or drying out. Warning: Many bulbs, including hyacinth, are poisonous, so the refrigerator storage method is not recommended for households with young children. Also, hyacinths contain oxalic acid, which can cause skin irritation for some people. Before planting
“Light” — memapoppi
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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The orange flowers and the tall purple stalks and the red bush foliage on lower right
Textures, foliage colors At first glance this is simply a well-designed summer combination, with fiery shades of burnt orange, burgundy and scarlet offset by cooling
flowers for almost two months. The Lochinch butterfly bush joins in next, showing off endless fragrant lavender, panicle-type flowers while its silvery foliage becomes a striking backdrop for the well-known Lucifer crocosmia.When these begin to fade, there is a large group of Joe pye weed ready to take center
flat rose-colored flower heads. These will continue to bloom with the tall verbena until the very end of summer.Yet without a strong framework of foliage, all of these would be just a collection of pretty flowers. The golden locust tree and Grace smoke bush add solid blasts of color to satisfy our human
“color/textures” — kzj6xq
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
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Pearls With its long tendrils of trailing foliage covered in pea-like beads, the unique String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus), is an ideal creeping succulent to add to a quirky room. Pot it in well-draining, sandy soil and place it in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang down and cascade freely.
Pearls With its long tendrils of trailing foliage covered in pea-like beads, the unique String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus), is an ideal creeping succulent to add to a quirky room. Pot it in well-draining, sandy soil and place it in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang down and cascade freely. Great
long tendrils of trailing foliage covered in pea-like beads, the unique String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus), is an ideal creeping succulent to add to a quirky room. Pot it in well-draining, sandy soil and place it in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang down and cascade freely.
“Love this creepy succulent plant...to grow inside” — diygoddess
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