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Toad lily, Photo by Shotaku
Fluke the toad lily must be very tiny
fall blooming toad lily for back shade garden.
Complex Toad Lily - Likes Shade
toad lily:provide rich organic soil, plenty of water in sunny areas
toad lily late blooming and shade loving
Have many Toad Lily plants, they are both beautiful flowers and graceful foliage.
complex toad lily; light to full shade
Complex Toad Lily The name may not
toad lily. plant at front of border
toad lily- full to partial SHADE, yes
Complex Toad LilyThe name may not be inviting, but toad lily is the perfect addition to a woodland garden. It fits in well with shade-loving foliage plants, such as ferns, its pale green leaves
Toad Lily(Tricyrtus hirta)Although petite (about the size of a walnut), the orchid-like blooms of this Asian beauty are plentiful, nestled atop the plant’s graceful stems. Plant it near the front of borders or in containers where you can more easily admire the white, mauve or yellow blooms. Favorite
“garden - toad lily, in shade” — 1nspired_me
Barbara Pintozzi
Lycoris squamigera
resurection lily, Naket lady lily, trumpet lily
Resurrection Lily, Naked Lady Lily, Surprise Lily
Resurrection Lily, Naked Lady Lily, Surprise Lily -- blooms in Aug/Sept
Resurrection lily, Naked Lady Lily, Surprise Lily 5-9
Ressurrection Lily Bulbs do not like to be disturbed and may need a full season to adjust Full sun to part shade borders and woodland gardens naturalize
Lycoris squamigera - resurrection lily, naked lady lily, surprise lily
resurrection lily, naked lady lily, surprise lily; plant in borders or in woodland gardens where they can naturalize, full sun to part shade; made need a full season to adjust before blooming
Lycomis squmigara...naked lady Lily, resurrection lily
Resurrection Lily, Naked lady lily, surprise
“Aug Sept bloomer” — minningers
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
african queen lily - deer hate these
deer safe? African Queen lily - requires full sun. for Sassafras?
African Queen Lily 5 to 6 feet tall
Add tall lilies. Easy to look after
African Queen lily! nice elegant looking flowers too!!
african queen lilies. full sun. 5 to 6 ft tall. plant in spring. 6 in deep pointy side up
African queen lily 3rd layer of planting
African Queen Lily: USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Average, but avoid soils
African Queen lily (Lillium 'African Queen') is the filler
African Queen Lily 5-6 feet tall
African Queen lily - deer resistent
3. Fill in with interesting vertical accents.African Queen lily (Lillium 'African Queen') is the filler here; Oriental lilies are a fragrant garden highlight in mid to late summer. With each bulb providing multiple blooms over several weeks, you get a lot of punch for the dollar.'African Queen' is one
“Lillies- deer resistant” — asross1
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
White Garden
Hi Sarah, The flower is a Lily 'Casablanca'. It's a bulb that is readily available and can be planted in the spring. The bloom time is in mid summer and the scent is incredible. I have also grown this bulb in containers although they do prefer to be in the ground. The bulb increases in size every year
If you choose to grow lilies in containers, be sure to fertilize more often to keep them healthy and blooming — a slow-release fertilizer will work well.
The flower is a Lily 'Casablanca'. It's a
additionally enhances their visability in the evening. Lily 'Casa Blanca', shown here among other white-flowering plants, is a sensational, highly scented lily with glistening white flowers. It's one of the largest Oriental lilies you can grow. Lilies have one of the must-have scents of the the summer,
“Perfect for garden outside dining room.” — rachelcheah
Design Farm Group
13 Reviews
Asian Modern Bergen County NJ
Lily Turf (liriope muscari or spicata) - Summer flowers are a bonus.
Lily turf (Liriope muscari 'Big Blue', zones 5 to 10) has filled
Lily turf (Liriope muscari 'Big Blue', zones 5 to 10) has filled the racks of many retail outlets. But the species I find truly effective is Liriope spicata (zones 4 to 10)
Love the mass of Lily Turf
Lily turf (Liriope muscari 'Big Blue', zones 5 to 10) has filled the racks of many retail outlets. But the species I find truly effective is Liriope
Lily turf (Liriope muscari 'Big Blue', zones 5 to
Lily turf (Liriope muscari 'Big Blue', zones 5 to 10) has filled the racks of many retail outlets. But the species I find truly effective is Liriope spicata (zones 4 to 10). This plant slowly spreads across the ground plane and creates masses so thick, I have found myself laying in its comfort with
“little grass at the bottom... like it” — coach73
GM Construction, Inc.
Kuikawa Lot 1
ponds and lily pads are a great touch.
Linear & lily pad variety
love the giant lily pads
Love these water lily pads
reflective pond w/lily pads
Water plants like lily pads will thrive at this depth also. They can't grow in deep water.
lily pads...Lily pad pond :)...holy lily pad!...Best lily pads...lily pad pond...Lili pads...Lily pond...louging lilys...lily pad
“Garden ponds...” — Ingrid Araujo-Lechuga
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
lovely flowers - african lilies and garlic
Society Garlic(Tuhlbaghia violacea) The big blue and white flowers looming overhead in the photo here are those of the oft-planted lily of the Nile (Agapanthus africanus, zones 7 to 11). It makes
Society garlic (shorter) and African lily. Great ground cover instead of lawn.
Tall African lily and pink garlic for over grown areas
African lilies and Society Garlic in a spectrum of blues, pinks, and whites blanket the landscape and blow with the breeze.
Purple, blue, pink and white flowers, including the tall African lily and pink society garlic are spread between the house and the ocean edge of the property.
as society garlic (Tulbachia violacea), with a purple that has a blue undertone, such as African lily (Agapanthus africanus) results in mix that highlights both colors. White varieties of African lilies scattered throughout a planting bed also help bridge the gap between the two shades of purple.
“Really like these flowers” — floatplane
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
deer and low water- day lilies. who knew?
Day Lilies are drought resistance & ok for planter/box
day lilies are also drought tolerant
round. MAINTENANCE: Most day lilies are frost hardy and disease resistant but may be occasionally attacked by snails.
love lilies and love this warm color
who knew day lilies are drought tolerant, sun lovers ...tick
day lilies (good for dry soil)
day lilies grow well in in dryer conditions. Consider growing crocus, daffadil, tulip, and day lily in one space.
Day lily good during dry time, likes full sun, deer won 't eat
3. Day liliesThese flowering perennials will grow in very dry to boggy soil, scorching sun or semi-shade and still produce their drop-dead gorgeous flowers. Established
“bright flowers” — louisemcdaid
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