8,007 native plants fall Home Design Photos

Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes October
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The native Solomon's seal (shown here, Polygonatum commutatum) offers both colorful berries and fall foliage, as does the red-berried Solomon's plum (
Solomons seal native plant...Colors for fall (Solomon's Plume)...plant idea...interesting plant...great fall color
“Solomons seal native plant” — sharonvb
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
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Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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i would love to know the names of all of the plants you used here starting in the front and working
What happens in winter? What hardiness zones are best for this style of planting? Any in which it does not work?
tonsof leaves will do when they fall. What about weeding?
natural planting style using various ornamental
and use of natives and adaptive natives.
thick meadow planting; can mean less maintenance overall
will be well suited for native wildlife.
What better way to celebrate Arbor Day than by planting a tree in your garden or
Native Plants Choosing plants native to your region is a good choice for gardens, as they are
growing in our yard. These lush fields are generally composed of hardy native plants that will grow back year after year. Check out this book if you are
“Meadow grass” — Mary Slocum
Architectural Gardens, Inc
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Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
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dogs, keeping the old lawn in good shape required constant effort. The new planting scheme meets the client's goal to reduce maintenance
spikey purple blue flowers in summer/fall… frost hardy, can be in shade or sun, can be divided in fall for new plants.
Low maintenance flowers in summer & fall-Spiky purple blue flowers. Grows well in full sun - often used as edging plant. "Royal Purple"
and fall, low maintenance.... front lawn?
tolerant once established, it does best with some consistent irrigation. Native to Eastern Asia, liriope is adapted to many parts of the United States,
sun and is often used as an edging plant. Large clumps can be divided in autumn after flowering to create new plants. Popular cultivars include ‘Royal Purple’
“Liriope” — garden_sup
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The Garden Consultants, Inc.
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Sedges
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should be a grass. It reminds me of loose neck goose strife. So what is the plant with diminutive white bottle brush on top of long stems. I appreciate in
(the Carex genus of grasses). Carex grasses that are native to your region can be densely planted and allowed to grow long to provide a very nice natural
(the Carex genus of grasses). Carex grasses that are native to your region can be densely planted and allowed to grow long to provide a very nice natural
finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
maintain more of a lawn look. Sedge can handle light foot traffic and is native to nearly every state in the U.S., depending on the variety.Growing tips:
“lawns” — shamian
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Haynie Residents
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What is the name of the plants? Are they a cactus?
This is a Chalk Lettuce or Dudleya pulverulenta a California native.
This is a Chalk Lettuce or Dudleya pulverulenta a California native.
Liveforever (Dudleya spp) Southwestern gardeners, take note of native Dudleya. Inhospitable
spp) Native to California, Arizona, coastal Oregon and Baja California
many plants look their worst. Grow it along the coast or in the desert, and provide sandy, well-drained soil.
It’s a winter-growing plant, and when not in bloom it can appear inconspicuous, even dying. Liveforever looks its worst when many plants appear in their finest
Liveforever(Dudleya spp)Southwestern gardeners, take note of native Dudleya. Inhospitable rocky outcroppings and gravelly slopes serve as the
What type of plant is that in the pot?
“Nice way to keep the outdoors clean lined” — carneyphd
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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is great in mass plantings. Looks great with ornamental grasses.
Planting notes. Plant seeds in late fall or mid spring, in loose soil about an inch deep. Step on them gently and water regularly.Place plants about
partial sunMature size: 3 feet tallBloom time: Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing
it even better; many of these plants will continue blooming into winter. Some of the plants listed below bloom only in fall. Others may begin their bloom
rejuvenate both your garden and your own gardening enthusiasm, why not plant some fall-blooming annuals and perennials? The annuals may be short lived if you
“like” — bevchicago
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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What is the trailing plant in the same pot
variegated forms is called Aeonium decorum 'Sunburst'. Notice how this singular plant commands our attention, but also how it is complemented by narrow, small-leafed
them with other Mediterranean natives or grasses.
leaves create a softer look than some of the other desert natives shown here. Aeoniums are native to the Canary Islands, and what they lack in cold hardiness
leaves create a softer look than some of the other desert natives shown here. Aeoniums are native to the Canary Islands, and what they lack in cold hardiness
meaning they flower once, set seed and then dieWhen to plant: It's best to plant cuttings in fall; allow the stem end to become callousShown: A. 'Sunburst'
“Plants” — mopete0210
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
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good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall Distinguishing traits. Creeping juniper does just as its name implies
good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall Distinguishing traits. Creeping juniper does just as its name implies
good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall
pollution; good for erosion controlSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Spring to fallDistinguishing traits. Creeping juniper does just as its name implies
updated cultivars of childhood plants. Who doesn't remember the huge, gangly junipers from childhood? I'm not suggesting you plant a stand of those monsters
“attractive low maintenance” — cherihoffman
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