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Winter aconite (Eranthis hyemalis)
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day as a swath of these golden-yellow flowers. Resembling buttercups, they open wide to reveal a fuzz of stamens. Winter aconite is perfect for naturalizing, since it spreads easily yet is not invasive. At just 3 to 6 inches tall, winter aconite will provide a carpet of color from January to March, depending
thankfully the deer leave it alone. How to use it. These bulbs are perfect for a rockery, at the front of a border, alongside a pathway or allowed to naturalize in an open woodland. Because of their petite stature, avoid planting them near taller, evergreen plants. Plant them around herbaceous perennials
How to use it. These bulbs are perfect for a rockery, at the front of a border, alongside a pathway or allowed to naturalize in an open woodland. Because of their petite stature, avoid planting them near taller, evergreen plants. Plant them around herbaceous perennials
“eranthis hyemalis- aconite” — kindofpurple
Melissa Gerstle Design
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Lee
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garden renovation for contemporary home involved native texas perennials and shade garden and natural stone patio
(Aster x frikartii) For carefree summer-to-autumn color, few perennials can measure up to Frikart’s aster. Use it anywhere in borders or let it naturalize in prairie or meadow gardens. (Be sure to mulch the plant in winter in colder zones.) ‘Monch’ is one of the most gardenworthy aster cultivars, sporting
(Aster x frikartii) For carefree summer-to-autumn color, few perennials can measure up to Frikart’s aster. Use it anywhere in borders or let it naturalize in prairie or meadow gardens. (Be sure to mulch the plant in winter in colder zones.) ‘Monch’ is one of the most gardenworthy aster cultivars, sporting
“The Purple flower - Frikart's Aster” — rockinkaratebabe
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal for informal, cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial naturalizes beautifully and provides seed heads for winter interest. Among the top performers is ‘Goldsturm’, a reliable favorite with incredible staying power
black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal for informal, cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial naturalizes beautifully and provides seed heads for winter interest. Among the top performers is ‘Goldsturm’, a reliable favorite with incredible staying power
r extra interest in your natural garden, allow some plants to turn to seed. The following spring you’ll have new seedlings coming up in glorious profusion. This freestyle method of gardening does not suit everyone, particularly people with small gardens. Contemporary natural gardeners might prefer to
“They have always been so pretty” — baverill1
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
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their foliage is allowed to die back naturally. Species tulips add bold color to rock gardens and informal borders. Standouts include cultivars of Tulipa batalinii, such as the yellow 'Bright Gem' (pictured here) and 'Yellow Jewel'. Good choices for naturalizing include T. clusiana and the fragrant T
their foliage is allowed to die back naturally. Species tulips add bold color to rock gardens and informal borders. Standouts include cultivars of Tulipa batalinii, such as the yellow 'Bright Gem' (pictured here) and 'Yellow Jewel'. Good choices for naturalizing include T. clusiana and the fragrant
“Yellow jewel tulip” — schrapek2004
Brent and Becky's Bulbs
Snowdrops
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small, so they’re easy to put in the ground and install around tree roots. I think they look best planted in groups of 50, 75, 250 or more — and they naturalize and spread over time. Combine snowdrops with other North American ephemerals that grow in woodland settings and put on a great show in early spring:
Snowdrop - Plant 15 to 20 bulbs in for a good show, then repeat - Scatter bulbs in a woodland, where they’ll come up through the leaf litter - They will naturalize and spread over time. - Combine with fringed bleeding heart (Dicentra eximia) and white bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis). - Hardy to -40 degrees
small, so they’re easy to put in the ground and install around tree roots. I think they look best planted in groups of 50, 75, 250 or more — and they naturalize and spread over time.
“How to use it. Scatter bulbs in a woodland, where they’ll come up through the leaf litter (or snow” — lindaraeclark
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Sunol Landscape
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naturalized grasses and stone walk powerful lines and scale of the walk make order
Natural-ish landscape combined with geometric hardscape.
Natural - several kinds of grasses in drifts
Aim for a naturalized composition. If you're going to mix in several different
reed grass (Calamagrostis sp) and Festuca maireii are punctuated with a mix of flowering plants. The powerful lines and scale of the walk make this naturalized composition a little more palatable to those who need order.
Aim for a naturalized composition. If you're going to mix in several different kinds of plants, aim for a casual, less orderly approach. Here, drifts of needlegrass (Nasella sp), reed grass (Calamagrostis sp) and Festuca maireii are punctuated with a mix of
“Front yard” — mich001
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
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graceful as a naturalized clump at the edge of a lawn or planting bed. Adding a “living fertilizer” like clover contributes to a healthy soil that is rich with nutrients.
addition. Add clover to your lawn and let the bees and pollinators have a great time. Clover is very easy to maintain and looks graceful as a naturalized clump at the edge of a lawn or planting bed. Adding a “living fertilizer” like clover contributes to a healthy soil that is rich with nutrients.
lawn addition. Add clover to your lawn and let the bees and pollinators have a great time. Clover is very easy to maintain and looks graceful as a naturalized clump at the edge of a lawn or planting bed. Adding a “living fertilizer” like clover contributes to a healthy soil that is rich with nutrients.
“Living fertilizer. White clover (Trifolium repens) is a nitrogen-fixing low ground cover plant that” — Moye Harrison
Statile & Todd
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Serpentine Woodland Wall amongst daffodils
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spectacular as masses of naturalized bulbs — informal sweeps that look like Mother Nature did the planting herself.
bulbs: 1. Let them multiply freely. Few springtime sights are as spectacular as masses of naturalized bulbs — informal sweeps that look like Mother Nature did the planting herself
1. Let them multiply freely. Few springtime sights are as spectacular as masses of naturalized bulbs — informal sweeps that look like Mother Nature did the planting herself. When choosing bulbs for a naturalized planting, look for species and varieties that will multiply readily without becoming
Let them multiply freely. Few springtime sights are as spectacular as masses of naturalized bulbs — informal sweeps that look like Mother Nature did the planting herself. When choosing bulbs for a naturalized planting, look for species and varieties that will multiply readily without becoming
“daffodils” — 1479miller
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