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I noticed that the design comes from MN, would these variety of plants work on the east coast (NYC area)? Also, I recognize some varieties but not the dense greens (herbs, perhaps?) can you identify those for me ;)? Love, love, love this. Thanks!
Beautiful design & choice of plants. This type of garden does require a lot of maintenance. Perfect for those garden lovers. I love the yellow / blue combo. We use that in our annual
The variety of flowers and the rich green planting
1. EdiblesYour first thought for sidewalk plantings probably doesn't include vegetables and herbs, but there's good reason to add them into the mix. In addition to broadening your plant choices, they provide rich texture and an element of surprise. Layer in edible
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern rear yard
plants - tall ones in back
Geometry, symetry, repetition of the same plants, tiers of planters...
fouet et plantes tombantes en avant
Simple pavers, raised beds, easy plants
we like the tall green bamboo-like plant but unsure if it's as invasive as bamboo...
Plant something tall in front of the deck
Separation of the plants
Change in planting elevation
Love plants and pavers
short plants below the horsetails
A stone retaining wall supports the upper and lower plantings for this front entry.
Hello! What is the purple plant in the background?
like the red plant and the purple plant
Front yard wall with soft plantings
little purple plants
dwarf pigme barberry plants
Purple plant...Hillside plantings...Specific plants...risen plants...RED PLANT...Plant mix & colours...mass planting
Blasen Landscape Architecture
nurseries plant travels I found the cultivar that you call "Mr. Bowling Ball"! It's not a Boxwood (Buxus) it's in the Arborvitae family. The latin name is Thuja occidentalis 'Bobazam' (Common name : Mr. Bowling Ball). Here's a link http://www.soonerplantfarm.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/plants.plantDetail/
plant_id/1093/index.htm. I really do think that in the photo the leaves look more boxwood to me. "Mr. Bowling Ball" has a different texture to it that what I see in the photo but that would be a similar globe shaped shrub.
limits, give it full sun. Seasonal interest: This is an evergreen plant that has very glossy deep green leaves year-round. When to plant: Ideally in the fall, but you can plant it in mid to late spring, after the last frost.
Shepard Butler Landscape Architecture
Nice mass planting of fern: mix with pebble path
swimming pool and the plants
Ferns en mass...Simple plantings...mass planting...poolside planting
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
Leather like plants, poolhouse idea, privacy
grass at the edge rather than mulch and "deer proof" plants soothing
plants and concrete mix
red-hot poker. How could you reflect their brilliance in your artwork or outdoor room design? More: Windows in the Garden12 Inspiring Garden GatesGreat Plants and Landscaping Ideas
Mass plantings...all one planting...mass plantings
The repeat of the planting. Too lovely
willfulness or the wildness of nature.” As with his love of straight paths, Morris loved the same formality of vegetable gardens planted in ordered rows. Decades before the planting of Lawrence Johnson’s Hidcote Gardens, Morris’ garden at Kelmscott Manor was an early example of the idea of a garden’s being
I like the use of edible plants in a formal style.
plant lettuce out front and with flowers
among the plants listed in Thomas Jefferson's gardens at Monticello in 1777.
“ … by no means imitate either the willfulness or the wildness of nature.”As with his love of straight paths, Morris loved the same formality of vegetable gardens planted in ordered rows. Decades before the planting of Lawrence
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
Grasses bordering rocky path; plethora of plants
nice example of right plant in right place
border with rock; colors; close plantings?
plant variety, spacing, use of color
turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas, Russian sage, elder, montbretia,Euphorbia, daylilies, Kinnikinnick, clematis,honeysuckle, bamboo, daisies, black-eyed Susan, dogwoodand showy stonecrop — among many other plants.
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