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Creating Sustainable Landscapes, LLC
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Home Landscape Using Only Native Plants
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and see the awesome seed heads, which reach about 12 inches tall in late summer. Plant it in a hell strip, as in this image, and leave it alone. It’s native
and see the awesome seed heads, which reach about 12 inches tall in late summer. Plant it in a hell strip, as in this image, and leave it alone. It’s native
foot traffic.Tell us: What other native plants would you suggest to replace common exotics?More: Browse plants native to other regions of the U.S.
Home Landscape Using Only Native Plants
“lawn alternative Blue grama grass” — ekennlew
Barbara Pintozzi
Lycoris squamigera
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September Planting tips: Bulbs do not like being disturbed and may need a full season to adjust before they bloom.
this trumpet-shaped flower rises from dormancy to make a dramatic late-summer showing. Plant these long-lived members of the amaryllis family in borders or
this trumpet-shaped flower rises from dormancy to make a dramatic late-summer showing. Plant these long-lived members of the amaryllis family in borders or
favorite common name for it is surprise lily, names because it is grown among plants with foliage that hides the empty space during dormancy, so it isn't visible
be. The place Lycoris squamigera prefers in my garden is with the prairie plants.
Full sun to part shadeHeight: Up to 2 feetBloom time: August and SeptemberPlanting tips: Bulbs do not like being disturbed and may need a full season to adjust
“Resurrection Lily, Naked Lady Lily, Surprise Lily Lycoris squamigera Blooming after its leaves have” — miso1
Denise Dering Design
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Garden Design
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What are the bright green plants in between the Salvia called?
Is this a climbing rose, or roses planted on the other side that are poking through ?
What is the name of the yellowish/green plant and will it handle sun/h
Good tip mix peat moss and manure and work into soil around root ball when planting.
I would like a list of all the flowers that are planted in front of the white picked fence, I have one but not nearly as beautiful
depth, ensuring that this combination will still turn heads even in late summer. Plant selection: Climbing 'Mary Rose' provides height and fragrance. Billowing
depth, ensuring that this combination will still turn heads even in late summer. Plant selection: •Climbing 'Mary Rose' provides height and fragrance.
“Color” — Greyleaf Landscapes
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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David Sharff Architect, P.C.
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Custom Cape
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fall-blooming plants on the porch. Sweep away summer sand and dirt, and set out a few pots of chrysanthemums or other late-summer plants in gorgeous fall
fall hues. It’s an affordable way to give your porch a quick fall makeover.Plant a fall garden in a pot6. Stock up on birdseed. The birds that stick around
“door” — lindafenton2013
Girasole Sonoma
Pollinator Planting
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a soft shade of green and abundant clusters of pink flowers in late summer, this plant earns its place in any hot spot that features well-draining or sandy
requirement: Full sun Mature size: 18 to 24 inches tall and wide When to plant: Plant in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
a soft shade of green and abundant clusters of pink flowers in late summer, this plant earns its place in any hot spot that features well-draining or sandy
requirement: Full sunMature size: 18 to 24 inches tall and wideWhen to plant: Plant in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
“sedum adds color” — Diane Jewell
EASYdesigns
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Halloween Decorating with late summer plants & holiday pumkins and gourds
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Halloween Decorating with late summer plants & holiday pumkins and gourds
These late summer plants and fall foliage combined with holiday pumpkins and gourds make the perfect Halloween outdoor decorations! Add a few skulls (those
Wonderful display!!! Thank you for the information!!! I'll shop around this summer at the flee markets and maybe I'll be able to score something close.Thanks
variety of pumpkins and gourds that pair nicely with lush patio plants.
like Carol's plant stand from my decor business
“Halloween decor” — Sarah S
Anderson Design / ErosionZ. Minnesota Landscape.
Late Summer Planting Detail. Minnesota Cottage Gardens.
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Late Summer Planting Detail. Minnesota Cottage Gardens.
Black-eyed susans, feather reed grass, and PeeGee tree hydrangea in late summer. Credit: Tad Anderson. All rights exclusively reserved.
“rudbeckia with feather reed grass” — dayh249
Clinton & Associates, PC Landscape Architects
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Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
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I have a ditch filled with rock. I need to plant something! Help
keeping plants neat and healthy and encouraging new growth. Prune back more severely in spring after the last frost and again in mid- to late summer if plants
Stone steps with herbs and bushes planted in cracks
Puffy heather, heath, and thyme plants grow between
keeping plants neat and healthy and encouraging new growth. Prune back more severely in spring after the last frost and again in mid- to late summer if plants
Plants can be tucked almost anywhere, as long as there’s soil and water available. Here, puffy heather, heath, and thyme plants grow between the boulders
Placez les plants à 15-30 centimètres les uns des autres. Nul besoin de fertiliser, en revanche, il vous faudra arroser régulièrement les plants afin de faciliter
“THYME” — kurdakul
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