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Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Shasta Daisy border
Ideabooks1,389
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Using perennials in mass plantings: Shasta daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor
Using perennials in mass plantings: Shasta daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have
perennials in mass plantings: Shasta daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have to use annuals. This wonderful planting of Shasta
perennials in mass plantings: Shasta daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have to use annuals. This wonderful planting of Shasta
can be used in a mass planting to give the same sort of effect.This variety 'Snowcap' is perfect for using in this type of mass planting as it is more compact
“grow on hill” — Joanna Landry
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
1 Review
Sustainable House
Ideabooks370
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here uses a mass planting of black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta, zones 4 to 9) to make the transition from garden to grassland. Planting en masse embodies
The garden portrayed here uses a mass planting of black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta, zones
A mass of rudbeckia instead of a mix of perennials?
here uses a mass planting of black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta, zones 4 to 9) to make the transition from garden to grassland. Planting en masse embodies
because it reads as one large element instead of a plethora of individual plants. Notice how the flowers capture attention yet move the eye toward what lies
mass planting of black eyed susans
“window mullins” — dwilhelms
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Eclectic Craftsman
Ideabooks1,274
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Camassia leichtlinii ‘Blue Danube’ is massed behind the garden walls for a dramatic spring floral display. Westhauser Photography
Could you please tell me the name of the purple-blossomed plant?
Hi Janet, thanks for your question. The plant you asked about is a late-spring blooming bulb called Indian Hyacinth or Camassia. ... James
These tall stalks with blue or cream flowering racemes look striking in mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover
These tall stalks with blue or cream flowering racemes look striking in mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover
JunePlanting tips: Camassia does well in well-drained soil, but it can also thrive in moist soil.
“Camas, Quamash, Wild Hyacinth Camassia These tall stalks with blue or cream flowering racemes look” — miso1
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Favorite Plants and Cool Stuff
Ideabooks446
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interest and a natural transition point between a moss garden and a mass planting of autumn ferns (Dryopteris erythrosora, zones 5 to 9).
interest and a natural transition point between a moss garden and a mass planting of autumn ferns (Dryopteris erythrosora, zones 5 to 9).
Favorite Plants and Cool Stuff
“interject an element to induce transition, e.g. boulders provide interest and contrast” — rachelcheah
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Nepeta
Ideabooks1,118
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protection from hot afternoon sun too so plant them under a taller tree or on the east side of the house. Your plant choices are nice. Others to consider
Japanese maples can be difficult to grow in your area if you have heavy soil. Plant them slightly high and amend clay soils with plenty of crushed lava rock
inking in garden design than monochromatic mass plantings, and this plant fits right in. Consider planting a field of catmint — like the garden above —
first selected. Looks great in mass plantings and is frost-friendly
inking in garden design than monochromatic mass plantings, and this plant fits right in. Consider planting a field of catmint — like the garden above —
Buy just a few of these plants and they will quickly bloom into a small mass for you.
“Walkers low carmint” — kedgerto
Cross River Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Hilltop Tuscan Mansion
Ideabooks1,158
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Russian Sage...mass planting...Russian sage border...mass plantings
“Stones, use of plants around edge, etc” “Mass plant Russian sage” “mass plantings
Stones, use of plants around edge, etc...Mass plant Russian sage...mass planting
“Lavender” — nicolerayne
Integrated Design Studio, Inc.
13 Reviews
Outdoor Design Center @ IDS
Ideabooks537
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Nice century-like plant right side foreground
Mass planting, purple...Mass planting...mass plantings...plant, tree...mass planting and espaliered trees
“Use plant pots to put solar lights in” — Wendy Graves
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Lafayette
Ideabooks4,222
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Hi, can you please tell me the name of this type of grass planted here?
for the garden visitor, especially when it traverses a forest or a mass planting of ornamental grasses, such as this maiden grass.
for the garden visitor, especially when it traverses a forest or a mass planting of ornamental grasses, such as this maiden grass (Miscanthus sp, USDA
boardwalk traverses mass planting of ornamental grasses
A mass planting of grasses flanking an unusual walkway fills a long space. It reminds
for the garden visitor, especially when it traverses a forest or a mass planting of ornamental grasses, such as this maiden grass (Miscanthus sp, USDA
repetition of a single plant species, like these grasses, is best appreciated on a windy day. It can appear as if the individual plants have merged to form
“miscanthus sinensis” — jon1379
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