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Where do I plant my Black-eyed Susan
Plant your black-eyed susan's in well drained soil with full sun exposure. They have a tendency to develop leaf spot if they are too crowded or do not receive enough light and air circulation. They are an eye catcher, especially if planted in the middle or back of a perennial garden. Plant individual
individual plants or divisions 18 - 24" on center.
use plants to soften the edge of flower beds
Retaining wall with plants next to driveway
“landscaping” — myturntoday
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Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Lavendale Residence
The plant besides to door and
Sculptural benches, use up mass.
Plant by door...Plant pot...tiles, plant...Entry (plant)...Need plant in entry
“Entryway” — kainburrows
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Concrete, stone retaining wall, plant bed
Creating a counterpoint to the gravel massing of the entry courtyard, the sloped backyard presented a uniquely different challenge. “Blythe is a biodynamic gardener, and we wanted to be able to create a level area where this gardening could take place,” Schultz says. The result is a cascading series
“House 4” — Mateo Donis
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Orono Estate
woodlands. World-famous bronze sculpture provides personality to an otherwise pastoral place. Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces. A stone wall retains the generous main bluestone terrace. Though it resides a half-mile from the water, the home
flagstone, lounging area, rock seating, planting beds
plant groundcover under the trees, looks luchious and tidy, edge the beds.
“View!!!” — Finn Target
R. P. Marzilli & Company Landscape Contractor
2 Reviews
Classic home and landscape
Urn on column, sea of the same plant makes is look clean
Pachysandra - keep coming back to this for my water oaks. But...DO NOT PLANT IN WOODLAND GARDEN unless I border it in. It can take over.
Love the plant holder
low woodland planting
Mass groundcover...Plant for urn
“Pachysandra instead of lawn=good!” — marykoncak
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
the front of the house leads up the driveway into a spacious cobbled courtyard framed by a series of stone walls , which in turn are surrounded by plantings. The stone walls also allow the formation of a secondary room for entry into the garages. The walls extend the architecture of the house into the
contrast in color in paving materials as well as the light color plantings. The interrupted line of sight provides interest and mystery.
“Hydrangeas underplanted” — usdahew
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
4 Reviews
Farmhouse Transformed
restored and used as a garden shed, provides a strong architectural focal point to the vegetable garden. Behind the smokehouse is planted lilacs and other plants to give mass and balance to the corner and help screen the garden from the neighboring subdivision. At the rear corner of the garden a wood
The patio is separated from the entrance walk by the yew hedge and further enclosed by three Amelanchiers and a variety of plantings including modern cultivars of old fashioned plants such as Itea and Hydrangea. A third entrance, the original front door to the 1840’s era section, connects to the patio
acknowledging the property’s history as a horse farm, with staples of 21st century landscapes such as space for outdoor living, lighting, and newer plant varieties. Guests approach from the main driveway which winds through the property and ends at the main barn. There is secondary gated
“Good vege plot” — rodwen
Canton Custom Homes
Hickory Lane
Great front porch canopy to emphasize entrance to house on a basic ranch reno. Love the mass of the double brackets and arched canopy.
watch out area for plants and area for grass
good plant color and spacing
pathway and plants...planting bed
“Front walkway” — anavasquez1
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