1,521 marguerite daisies Home Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Front Ridge Residence
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soon returned to the meadow: rushes, clover, grasses, daisies, Queen Anne's lace, thistle, goldenrod, rue, vetch, lupine, buttercups and more. Wildlife immediately followed.
plant communities soon returned to the meadow: rushes, clover, grasses, daisies, Queen Anne's lace, thistle, goldenrod, rue, vetch, lupine, buttercups and more. Wildlife immediately followed.
Daisies, Red Clover, Birds Eye Trefoil, Alfalfa
Spectacular native plant communities soon returned to the meadow: rushes, clover, grasses, daisies, Queen Anne's lace, thistle, goldenrod, rue, vetch, lupine
rushes, clover, grasses, daisies, Queen Anne's lace, thistle, goldenrod, rue, vetch, lupine, buttercups and more. Dominant species are Queen Anne's lace, thistle
“what are these?” — Betsy Fulmer
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aster, New York aster, Michaelmas Daisy Botanical names: Aster x frikartii, A. novae-angliae, A. novi-belgii USDA zones: 3 to 10 Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 foot to 5 feet
Asters or Michaelmas Daisies would be a great addition for fall
adaptability to wet soils. The similar New York aster, sometimes called a Michaelmas daisy, can range in size from under a foot to 4 feet tall. Common names: Aster, New England aster, New York aster, Michaelmas Daisy Botanical names: Aster x frikartii, A. novae-angliae, A. novi-belgii USDA zones: 3 to
garden most needs a shot of freshness and color, the asters (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Honeysong Pink' and S. laeve 'Bluebird') are unfurling their daisy-like blooms in vibrant colors. By placing New England asters behind shorter plants, you can hide their ugly legs.
“love the color!” — Bill-Brenda Dailey
Pennville Custom Cabinetry
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Swanson
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mixed, and the cabinetmakers liked it so much, they added it to their general collection. “They let me name it,” the designer says. “I chose the name Marguerite, for my grandmother. I was at the beginning of my career, and a number of jobs just fell into my lap. I felt that if anyone up there was watching
Pennville Custom Cabinetry The color is "Marguerite" - named after the designer's grandmother. It is a light grey. Karen Swanson could give you better details on the inspiration of this color - ne
mixed, and the cabinetmakers liked it so much, they added it to their general collection. “They let me name it,” the designer says. “I chose the name Marguerite, for my grandmother. I was at the beginning of my career, and a number of jobs just fell into my lap. I felt that if anyone up there was watching
“butcher slightly higher than counteer” — syndyz
CYAN Horticulture
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Love this flower. Mini blue daisy
Blue daisy thrive in less-than-average soil
blue daisy for hill side with driftwood
I buy blue felicia daisys every year for my garden potting arrangements.
Tiny Daisies among natural sculptural details.
plethora of small treasures nestle between logs and rocks at Cape Point. Protected from the salt spray and the drying wind, gems like this mini blue daisy (Felicia sp) thrive in less-than-average soil.Mean and lean are key to cultivation for a majority of true seaside plants, so refrain from too much
“blue daisies in sandy soil” — Alice Robinson
Melissa Gerstle Design
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Lee
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Fall Aster (Symphotrichum oblongifolium) Asters are time-honored plants in the fall garden, and with their profusion of purple daisy-like blooms, it's easy to see why. They are deer resistant and are attractive to bees, butterflies and birds. They also are a great companion plant
Asters are time-honored plants in the fall garden, and with their profusion of purple daisy-like blooms, it's easy to see why. They are deer resistant and are attractive to bees, butterflies and birds. They also are a great companion plant
Fall Aster (Symphotrichum oblongifolium) Asters are time-honored plants in the fall garden, and with their profusion of purple daisy-like blooms, it's easy to see why. They are deer resistant and are attractive to bees, butterflies and birds. They also are a great companion plant
“purple astor” — laury7873
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
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Enjoy this pathway. It's easy to walk on and pretty too!
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What type of daisy is on the left forefront ?
dogs love paths too love the daisies
gravel path and daisies
Check out the daisies.
crape myrtle, black-eyed susans, daisies
Paths and daisies
“Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they” — jeanler
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
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lynnlandscapedesign.com - Yellow and orange floribunda Roses with Asters in raised sandstone planters. African Daisy with silver foliage in ground level planter. photo: Donna Lynn
lynnlandscapedesign.com - Yellow and orange floribunda Roses with Asters in raised sandstone planters. African Daisy with silver foliage in ground level planter.photo: Donna Lynn
African daisies yellow and oarnge floribunda roses with Asters
Cool blue and gray foliage is a perfect complement for bright and bold magenta, such as in these African daisies. The surrounding foliage tones the color down, cooling its rambunctiousness and offering a background where magenta can shine.
“asters” — swechik
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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The orange daisy like flowers are Arctotis 'Sunspot' The taller flowers in the background are Kniphofia 'Shining Spectre' or Red Hot Pokers.
gloriosa daisies, salvias and verbena. Or go high, with bougainvillea, trumpet vine and trumpet creeper. You can even grow some varieties of roses.
Color in a dry garden area SW marigold, Mexican honeysuckle, rudbeckias, red-hot poker, yellow bells, cosmos, cneflowers, dahlias, gloriosa daisies, savlas
marigold, Mexican honeysuckle, native sunflowers, red-hot poker and yellow bells. More familiar favorites include cosmos, coneflowers, dahlias, gloriosa daisies, salvias and verbena. Or go high, with bougainvillea, trumpet vine and trumpet creeper. You can even grow some varieties of roses.
“plants” — contessa1963
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