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JMSDesignAssociates
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Encino
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further back in the bed, away from the path to create height and foliage contrast. Graduating the height of shrubs and perennials will also make the area
farther back in the bed, away from the path, to create height and foliage contrast. Graduating the height of shrubs and perennials will also make the area
but this variety, with its reddish-purple cast, will stand out in a perennial bed. Where it will grow: Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 7 to 9) Water
further back in the bed, away from the path to create height and foliage contrast. Graduating the height of shrubs and perennials will also make the area
farther back in the bed, away from the path, to create height and foliage contrast. Graduating the height of shrubs and perennials will also make the area
“Path” — vicvalfran
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
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lilies. Bottom row: Left is Yarrow (yellow flowers), some bearded iris, perennial salvia and a line of annual colour- Nemesia. I hope this helps.
This perennial bed provides a wonderful mix of color and exuberance, but still retains a sense of formality, edged by stones and the neatly trimmed lawn
lawn. Design tip: Perennials are a good choice if you're looking for easy maintenance. While they still require some care, once established, they'll return
Love the colors in this perennial bed....This perennial bed provides a wonderful
“height variations” — thosebutlers
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Travis Heights 2
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Designwise, I feel that mulch maroons plants and makes a perennial bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is default landscaping, and it kind of bugs
Designwise, I feel that mulch maroons plants and makes a perennial bed look like every other perennial bed. Mulch is default landscaping, and it kind of bugs
“gravel next to path” — jdwd
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Kniphofia 'Ember Glow'
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green stems and leaves, creating a dramatic focal point in the fall perennial bed. Red Hot Poker is also very deer resistant, while at the same time being
green stems and leaves, creating a dramatic focal point in the fall perennial bed. Red Hot Poker is also very deer resistant, while at the same time being
green stems and leaves, creating a dramatic focal point in the fall perennial bed. Red Hot Poker is also very deer resistant, while at the same time
“plants” — mdquinn26
J. Peterson Garden Design
Purple Fountain Grass
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those perfect plants that provides color and textural interest in mixed perennial beds, meadow gardens and container plantings.
flowering perennials or planted en masse for a more meadow-like look. If you opt to use purple fountain grass in your mixed perennial bed, plant it in
How to use it: Purple fountain grass is the perfect addition to perennial garden beds as well as larger
with flowering perennials or planted en masse for a more meadow-like look. If you opt to use purple fountain grass in your mixed perennial bed, plant it in
with flowering perennials or planted en masse for a more meadow-like look. If you opt to use purple fountain grass in your mixed perennial bed, plant it in
How to use it: Purple fountain grass is the perfect addition to perennial garden beds as well as larger container plantings, and gardeners in nearly any
“Color” — ballet21
Proven Winners
ColorBlaze® Keystone Kopper™
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Water Category: Average Uses: Landscape Container Uses Notes: Use in beds, borders and containers Maintenance Notes: Many people feel that coleus
water to plant next spring. Use coleus in container plantings or in your perennial beds and borders. USDA zones: 10a to 11 Water requirement: Average Light
water to plant next spring. Use coleus in container plantings or in your perennial beds and borders. USDA zones: 10a to 11 Water requirement: Average Light
water to plant next spring. Use coleus in container plantings or in your perennial beds and borders.USDA zones: 10a to 11Water requirement: AverageLight re
coleus from Proven Winners would make a great addition to pots or garden beds. Plant it near purple flowers or dark black foliage for a modern, fresh display
“Coleus from seed” — mamegved
CK Architects
12 Reviews
Front Elevation
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Replace a lawn with flowers. Dig up part or all of your front lawn and plant perennials instead for a lush landscape
I like the driveway and the perennial bed.
the large flower bed which would look good in front of the tree in my yard. with patio behind
Replace a lawn with flowers. Dig up part or all of your front lawn and plant perennials instead for a lush landscape that sets your house apart.10. Repair the
Replace a lawn with flowersDig up part or all of your front lawn and plant perennials instead for a lush landscape that sets your house apart.10. Repair the
“Front garden street side” — cathywhiteh
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
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ong-Blooming Blanket Flower If you want a long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early in the summer
Long-Blooming Blanket Flower If you want a long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early in the summer
fall-hued garden. Great for meadows and wildflower gardens as well as for perennial beds and borders, blanket flower pairs beautifully with ornamental grasses
Long-Blooming Blanket FlowerIf you want a long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early in the summer
“Inspiration.” — Diane
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