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Derviss Design
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Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
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I believe it is Lavender Hidcote. There are many different roses in this bed - about 20 total . Gertrude Jeckyll is in the foreground.
French lavender in rolling waves - great border
The lavender and olive tree and lush-ness
Use of lavender and roses on turteurs
Lavender lavendar in grouping, great visual effect
Lavender Hidcote. There are many different
Science agrees with aromatherapy: The smell of lavender is indeed relaxing. Add it to your bedroom now.
“lavendar path” — anngahr
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Hidcote Lavender. zones 5-9. Lavandula augustifolia 'Hidcote'
Need to took at range of types of lavender for zones
hidcote lavender, also try salvia or sages or catmint
- Deer Resistant - Hldcote Lavender
Hidcote Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’) DEER REP
deer resistant, lavender or russian sage or catmint
Hidcote Lavender(Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’)Despite there being so many lavenders available to us today, Hidcote remains a favorite for its compact habit and deep blue summer flowers.Lavender is perfect for lining pathways where its fragrance can be enjoyed daily. It is also effective as a low
Hidcote Lavender(Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’)Lavender is a woody perennial, meaning that the twiggy structure remains aboveground over the winter. There are many varieties to choose
“Hidcote Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’) Lavender is a woody perennial, meaning that” — char8945
JMSDesignAssociates
5 Reviews
Encino
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Classic Bluestone and Old-Chicago brick lends class to the new pool and clipped hedge knot garden. Plantings of lavender and lambs ear soften the edges of the paving. Seasonal color and movement are used throughout the garden with blooming flowers and trees. Let us help you put all the concepts that
What type of Lavender is on the right?
BEAUTIFUL! is this "Hidcote" Lavender? If so, is it evergreen? THANKS!
This Lavender is Lavandula stoechas 'Hazel'. It is an evergreen lavender that grows to 30" tall and 2 feet wide. It blooms in Spring bloom and reblooms into fall.
purple plant on right lavender
Lavender! Next to the porch perhaps?
the color and name hazel Spanish lavender
Hazel Spanish Lavender (Lavandula stoechas ‘Larkman Hazel’) Many lavenders have a light blue-purple
“lavender border” — Katie Burns
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Atherton Garden House
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The French lavender used as a small
lavender garden...mmm...i bet this sure does smell good!
raised garden beds example layout love the lavender of course
Lavender thrives in drought and poor soil; humidity and wet feet are its nemeses. If you live in a humid climate or have poor-draining soil, consider growing Spanish lavender or French lavender (L. dentata). You can also plant it in a raised bed or on a slope, grow it in containers or treat it as an
“Flower” — feilan66
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Lavandula angustifolia GettyVilla, LA.jpg
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lavandula angustifolia (englsh lavender), 1.5' h x 2.5'w, evergreen
English lavender adapts to shaping . . . also, great color, plus yearly blooms.
English lavender - full sun, 1.5 ft tall 2.5 ft wide
As hardy as boxwood, and almost as popular, is English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
English Lavender - same function as Boxwood
English Lavender(Lavandula angustifolia)As hardy as boxwood, and almost as popular, is English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia). Of smaller stature, with oil-rich needle-like leaves, lavender thrives in sun-drenched, dryer soils. Once it has bloomed, each lavender plant must be severely clipped into
into a low mound. Set in geometric patterns or lined up along pathways, this lavender can't be beat for neatness and impact.USDA zones: 4 to 10 Water requirement: Well-drained to dry soilLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 1½ feet tall and 2½ feet wideSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Anytime
“silver mound?” — kimmybee123
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Tuscan House
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They're not grass; they're lavender. Either the French or English variety, not sure which.
olive tree and mass of lavender here.
All the wild lavender and daisy
field of lavender, olive tree, russian sage
Lots of lavender planted in side area.
Personally, I prefer the park-like look of trees with no mulch — trunks coming straight out of the lawn or meadow, like the olive tree and mass of lavender here. Trees like river birch even seem to prefer plants around their root zone, which better shade and cool the soil.All that being said, some studies
“softness of landscape” — tonitiger213
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
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Those are Lavender - probably Grosso or Provence, with Penstemon behind the wall.
Those are young lavender. They have since filled in completely at that spacing to the point of seasonally obscuring the wall.
love lavender, minimal water after plant is establish
airy look of coral bells and lavender
plants/Those are Lavender - probably Grosso
Massing LavenderFor a mass of lavender against a stone wall or fence, plant en masse, leaving room between for the shrubby flowers to grow. You'll have to deal with clumps of lavender for a few years until they fill out and create the mass you are looking for.
“See Bookmark...Make This Fall's Garden the Best Ever” — riverside396
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
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i like densely planted lavender, maybe along the north fence behind
Lavender & wispy plants in back
lavender, stone walls, grasses in distance
Mass of lavender around a stone wall creates lovely mystique.
Grass lavender patch ... Not the whole yard
Lavender is a plant you don't want to cheat on space; when clustered too tightly, it will grow leggy and reach for the sun. It is a slow-growing perennial as well, so be patient and give those small bushes space.
“lavender?” — parissfrance
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