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Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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house at home in a real garden
natural planting style using various ornamental grasses
Native Plants Choosing plants native to your region is a good choice for gardens, as they are well adapted to your specific climate and available rainfall, so they usually don't need supplemental watering. Native plants can also be selected to create habitats that favor
open gardens, but to acheive the same naturalistic approach in small gardens requires skill. It is not a new idea, though, as both the leading Victorian gardeners, Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson, used grasses to great effect in their innovative mixed plantings. Jekyll was very keen on using Miscanthus
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
in my garden for some shade. And need some ideas.
This image is the same garden as the one above. The garden bed
country garden, but the plants are not so sprawling and there isn't much colour, which gives a sophisticated formal atmosphere.
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Add curves. One of the hallmarks of English landscaping is the movement away from rigid geometric garden beds and toward serpentine shapes. In this case, the arch of
of this garden draw you into the composition immediately. The charming arbor draws you in deeper and promises access to the garden that can be seen in the distance. But without passing under that arch, crossing that threshold and rounding that last curve in the lawn, you'll never know what's back there
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array
Where a traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array of plants
like this natural approach to landscaping.
traditional garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array of plants and grasses in an equally mixed array of sizes that works perfectly with a farmhouse-style home.
Seattle Architect & Designer
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Scatter wildflower seeds to appear natural. Hardy varieties of flowers and no mow grasses.
" field of wildflowers is perhaps the epitome of a natural garden., a difficult-to-landscape hillside or simply a large empty lot in your sight line, consider sprinkling some seeds
A field of wildflowers is perhaps the epitome of a natural garden. They can be overpowering next to the house, but if you have a large estate, a difficult-to-landscape hillside or simply a large empty lot in your sight line, consider sprinkling some seeds and
Wild Flower Garden along a large portion of
wildflower garden. You'll have cuttings to bring inside all summer long!
A field of wildflowers is perhaps the epitome of a natural garden. They can be overpowering next to the house, but if you have a large estate, a difficult-to-landscape hillside or simply a large empty lot in your sight line, consider
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
Pool and spa
in my garden. In Florida, they may need shade, if they are plants that can grow in your climate.
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Giverny garden is open daily from the begining of April through the end of October. Guided tours of the garden are available in English, French and German. There are local accommodations, or you can take a day trip by bus from Paris.The New York tribute: See the exhibition at The New York Botanical Garden
Raised bed garden
Love this for my gardening tips
A raised garden offers a great way to control
love of nature, gardening and being outdoors to her constant prodding. Oh, yes, there were many Saturdays spent weeding, moving rocks and planting flowers — and yes, I hated it. But now I'd kill for a garden to muck around in.The two gardeners in this photo are not related to me, but it seems we share
raised garden offers a great way to control the quality of your soil, as you can fill it with a mix of topsoil, planting mix and compost. This deep, rich soil mix will allow you to grow more vegetables than you could in the same square footage of regular garden soil.
a new garden bed.Soil prep. A great garden begins with great soil: Don't skimp on this vital task. The goal of soil preparation and amendment is to create a healthy soil microbial suite — the microflora and microfauna that are essential to breaking down organic material that other soil flora and fauna
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Cordyline australis, Red Leptospermum, Agave attenuata
Distinguishing traits. Cordylines are related to yuccas and agaves, making those plants natural garden companions. Notice the resemblance between the cordyline and the agave in this design by Donna
Cordylines are related to yuccas and agaves, making those plants natural garden companions. Notice the resemblance between the cordyline and the agave in this design by Donna Lynn. Leaves branch high on the stiff and upright trunk of Cabbage Tree. Swordlike, 3-foot-long
Coastal gardeners might have a smaller selection of plants than most gardeners, but there are still so many opportunities for impact. This drought-tolerant cabbage tree (Cordyline australis, zones 8b to 11) becomes a focal point amid the simplified shapes and muted colors of dwarf pittosporum (Pittosporum
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garden beds held in by rock wall
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