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Pam Bycraft
Texas Mountain Laurel - Mescal Bean Sophora
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Texas Mountain Laurel - Mescal Bean Sophora
This is a flower on the Texas Mountain Laurel. Check out the featured ideabook on this tree: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1573649/list/Great-Design-Plant--Texas-Mountain-Laurel
Another great option for standout blue blooms is the classic Texas Mountain Laurel.
Hearty and beautiful for mountains or valley
Texas Mountain Laurel - flowering shrub
Texas Mountain Laurel - Mescal Bean Sophora
untrained, Texas mountain laurel will spread nicely to form a landscape screen year-round.
texas mountain laurel, spring blooming, drought resistant
Planting notes. Texas mountain laurel thrives in heat, owing to its native climate, yet is hardy to temperatures reaching 10 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. Plant in well-drained soil and give it deep monthly waterings during especially warm months. Texas mountain laurel is relatively slow growing, causing
“Great for texas gardens!” — Roundtree Landscaping, Inc
Rod Anderson
Texas Mountain Laurel
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Texas Mountain Laurel. pretty purple!
Texas Mountain Laurels - front yard?
Texas Mountain Laurel - use like a Crepe
Texas Mountain Laurel, good landscape screen, draught resistant.
Texas mountain laurel - could this survive the broiling conditions at the back of our garden?
Texas mountain laurel flowers smells like grapes
How to use it. Texas mountain laurel is a great pick for a patio or small space due to its human scale and upright form. If you prefer to leave it untrained, Texas mountain laurel will spread nicely to form a landscape screen year-round.
“Texas Mountain Laurel” — Lakespur Roca
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
2 Reviews
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Pycnanthemum virginianum mountain mint - attracts nectar gatherers - hardy to zone 3 -
Mountain mint (pycnanthemum virginianum) attracts butterflies, bees, moths - zones 3-7, seed anytime.
Mountain mint for butterflies, bees, birds, shelter.
Pycnanthemum virginianum (Mountain Mint) Full sun
Mountain mint. Pycnanthemum virginianum. butterflies and bees.zone 3 to 7.
from butterflies to bees to moths (mountain mint--- pycnanthemum virginianum)
mountain mintInsect magnet (every kind visits)3 to 7flowers from mid- to late summer
insects, and the foliage shelters birds in winter. It's tolerant of most soils.When to plant: Seeds can be sown year-round.See how to grow mountain mint
Mountain mint (Pycnanthemum virginianum) is superattractive to insects, and it’s not aggressive like other mints (seriously, it’s not). The leaves
“bee friendly” — lorrie9200
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Mountain laurel blooming
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Texas Mountain Laurel...thrives in heat, tolerates to 10 degreesF. 15 to 25 feet tall, 10-15 feet wide drought and frost tolerant
drought tolerate plant Texas mountain laurel
Botanical name: Sophora secundiflora Common names: Texas mountain laurel, mescal bean, mountain laurel, mescal bean sophora, frijolillo
Botanical name: Sophora secundifloraCommon names: Texas mountain laurel, mescal bean, mountain laurel, mescal bean sophora, frijolillo, frijolitoUSDA zones: 7 to 10Water requirement: Infrequent Light requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 15 to 25 feet tall, 10 to 15 feet wideTolerances:
“Drought resistant” — juanglynnhh
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
2 Reviews
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PYCNANTHEMUM VIRGINIANUM MOUNTAIN MINT
Botanical name: Pycnanthemum virginianum Common name: Mountain mint
Mountain mint. Versitile and easy to grow.
Botanical name: Pycnanthemum virginianum Common name: Mountain mint Origin: Native to the Central Plains, northern and eastern
Mountain mint -- smells good, attracts insects, full sun to partial shade, adaptable to any soil
Mountain Mint Zones 3-7 I think it just misses Denton County
Botanical name: Pycnanthemum virginianumCommon name: Mountain mintOrigin: Native to the Central Plains, northern and eastern Midwest, and New EnglandUSDA zones: 3 to 7 (find your zone)Water requirement: Moist to dry (it's adaptable)Light requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Slowly spreading
“bought @ digging dog?” — irka
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
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Iron Mountain with Galvaston Gray trim
Onyx (accent)” Nice- Iron Mountain, with the brick and warm brown in the paving stones
iron mountain body Galveston grey trim onyx accent
wanted a more modern color scheme for her home, so she and Brenner chose a nontraditional gray for the exterior.Paint (all from Benjamin Moore): Iron Mountain (body), Galveston Grey (trim), Onyx (accent)
“Completely in love with this house!!” — Ryan Anderson
M.J. Whelan Construction
6 Reviews
M.J. Whelan Construction
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charming lakefront is layered in details and style. This exterior renovation was done using James HardiPlank fiber cement lap siding and shakes in Mountain Sage. New cultured Bucks County Carolina ledgestone replaced older river rock on the home. All new Pella windows were installed. What really sets
is this mountain sage? it looks lighter
Looks great...is this mountain sage and are the windows black vinyl? Hard to tell but they look dark, we are doing a very similar color scheme, w mountain sage hardieplanks , except we plan to do the peaks with the heathered moss or khaki brown hardie shingles
hardie siding in Mountain Sage - my top colour choice
hardiplank cement lap siding shakes in mountain sage
“design” — Perspective Construction
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Springhill Residence
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A farmhouse on the mountains is just a picture perfect!
I love log houses and big Rocky Mountains
beautiful home near mountains
I just want the mountain
the mountains...Mountain house...Bridger Mountains...Mountain stucco...mountain landscape
“all of it with black windows” — portias1
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