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Barbara Pintozzi
September
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New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) 'Honeysong Pink' blooming with the smooth blue aster (Symphyotrichum laeve)in September.
species. The New England aster varieties are notable for their range of colors and their adaptability to wet soils. The similar New York aster, sometimes called a Michaelmas daisy, can range in size from under a foot to 4 feet tall. Common names: Aster, New England aster, New York aster, Michaelmas Daisy
placing New England asters behind shorter plants, you can hide their ugly legs.
“love the color!” — Bill-Brenda Dailey
ZeroEnergy Design
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Passive House Retreat
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on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code
This LEED Gold certified vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and cr
Location: The New England coast Who gets away here: A family of 7 Size: 1,200 square feet; 2 bedrooms plus a sleeping loft, 2 baths plus separate tub room That's interesting: The home consumes one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built to code requirements
“Zero Energy Design Passive House” — dcrane95
Paintbox Garden
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Garden Tour - Exploring Natives at the New York Botanical Garden
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at the New York Botanical Garden
purple New England aster called 'Marina Wolkonsky' caught my eye in the Native Border. Asters are found growing throughout North America east of the Rocky Mountains, and New England asters grow widely through the Northeast.
purple New England aster called 'Marina Wolkonsky'
From September to November there's a changing palette — Eastern showy aster (Eurybia spectabilis) is a standout, with masses of light purple flowers, and a tall dark purple New England aster called 'Marina Wolkonsky' caught my eye in the Native Border
Mountains, and New England asters grow widely through the Northeast.
purple New England aster called 'Marina Wolkonsky' caught my eye in the Native Border. Asters are found growing throughout North America east of the Rocky Mountains, and New England asters grow widely through the Northeast.Shrubs with notable late-season foliage include high bush blueberry (Vaccinium
“Meadow flowers” — dawnbowman
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Crisp Architects
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Massachusetts Farm House
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designs for new home were as thoughtul. truly beautiful.
decade. The new living room addition extends from the original house, but Crisp and the homeowners took care not to detract from the traditional aesthetic. “We didn’t want a Hamptons-type place, a monstrous expansion," says the homeowner. "We wanted it within the scale of the house.”“Almost every old farmhouse
entirely new addition, yet it looks almost like the original. Only upon close inspection can you spot subtle variations in the windows and chimney. Crisp is fascinated with how older homes were built — the materials used, the simple tools — and feels that blending additions with original homes honors their
“Simple” — camellas
david phillips
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newton residence 1 - dplk.04
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residence new construction project builder : cmd corporation
common new england fieldstone. it has been installed with the mortar "raked" out to show the stone's prominence. the stone appears to have been installed as a "dry-set" wall, using no mortar, but the stone mason's ability to select and place the stone, secured to the structural exterior wall, with minimal
is call New England field stone. Common to the area, but the size and color is based on the quarry you purchase the stone. I would work with your builder, and the masonry contractor to review the products they have available, and suggest a "sample" wall be made for your review +/- 48" X 48" prior to
“Roof” — vixypixy87
Missouri Botanical Garden
New England Aster
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PlantFinder New England Aster / Symphyotrichum novae-angliae
New England asters-late Sept to early Oct. bloom Cut back by 1/2 July 4th for shorter, bushier plants
New England Aster blooms in Sept/Oct. full sun makes bushier plants.
new England aster. Cut back 50% before July 4 for bushier plant.
New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) I'm sure. Native to most of the central and eastern U.S., it reaches 2 feet wide and 3 to 5 feet tall — shorter if in medium soil; taller if in moist.
You all know New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) I'm sure. Native
all know New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) I'm sure. Native to most of the central and eastern U.S., it reaches 2 feet wide and 3 to 5 feet tall — shorter if in medium soil; taller if in moist. It's a late-September to early October bloomer; the more sun it gets, the more flowers a myriad
“purple” — tadavich
david phillips
4 Reviews
needham studio - dphj.06
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studio new construction project builder : cmd corporation
on my new house, what is the color of the roof?
embarking on a new build next month, and I am interested in this stone. The house will be smooth stucco with a stone detailing around the entry and stone all around foundation. In your opinion, would this be a suitable stone to achieve a cohesive look? I am originally from New England, I like the look and
common new england fieldstone. it has been installed with the mortar "raked" out to show the stone's prominence. the stone appears to have been installed as a "dry-set" wall, using no mortar, but the stone mason's ability to select and place the stone, secured to the studio wall, with minimal exposed
“The Common New England Fieldstone” — janerockey
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Rockstar vibe meets New England dream home
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New England church-style home in Vermont
adding a new foundation and stone pillars. Ciambra's favorite aspect of his neighborhood is the fact that it is understated. "My neighbors are friendly, private people; there are lots of farmer's markets, lots of artists in the town; [it's] a great musical community," he says.
build this new home in place of what was once an outdated ranch house, incorporating a small part of the original foundation into the new structure and adding new landscaping.Ciambra's favorite aspect of his neighborhood is the fact that it is understated. "My neighbors are friendly, private people; there
“Two story square porch post.” — J Stone
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