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The Lazy Gardener
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Salt-tolerant perennial flower garden
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Salt-tolerant perennial flower garden
The Lazy Gardener...simple not to busy Perennials...Flower garden
“beds” — Emily Ellis Stewart
Minglewood Designs
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
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Riverfront garden with fescue-lawn path and regionally native plants including oak-leaf hydrangea, new hampshire purple geranium, creeping juniper, coreopsis
coreopsis, rudbeckia and blue-eyed grass. These gardens require minimal water and maintenance and they offer seasonal variation, color and food for local
Lose the lawn. In a true cottage garden, a lawn is rarely the focal point. If you do want a bit of green, consider using grass as your path material. A
use of no edge on gardens is a
“Dad's place” — lsbndr59
NatureWorks Landscape Services, Inc.
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Planting Beds
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Can You tell us what flowers are in the flower bed?
The white and pink flowers are from the garlic family I think. What is their name? They have long droopy seed pods
This planting bed is composed of a mixture of perennial and annual flowers. The tall white, and light pink, flowers located at
commonly known as Spider Flower). The darker pink/red flowers at the middle depth are Echinecea (perennial Purple Cone Flower). the wellow along the front
front are the perennial Coreopsis. Some of the other plants include Salvia, Veronica, & Impatiens.
the perennial Coreopsis. Some of the other plants include Salvia, Veronica, & Impatiens
Back wall This planting bed is composed of a mixture of perennial and annual flowers. The tall white, and light pink, flowers located
Tall white flowers. What are they?
“the tier look of the plantings back yard” — 35yearpuppies
Minglewood Designs
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
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Sun tolerant perennials and shrubs including yarrow, coreopsis, geranium, peonies, sweet fern, hydrangea and red bud provide a transitional edge between
Sun tolerant perennials and shrubs including yarrow, coreopsis, geranium, peonies, sweet fern
Sun tolerant perennials. LOVE the peonies. Like the transition from lawn to the woods.
“like the plants. would need a mow strip or hard border.” — jeredgerman
Minglewood Designs
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
perennial gardens...perennial plants...flowering shrub...blooming perennials...butterfly gardens...white flower...wildlife garden
Minglewood Designs
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
perennial gardens...perennial plants...blooming perennials...butterfly gardens...flowering dogwood...flowering tree
Minglewood Designs
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
perennial gardens...perennial plants...formal garden...blooming perennials...butterfly gardens...English garden
“stones” — gagnon820
Minglewood Designs
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
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New England Perennial Flower Gardens
perennial gardens...perennial plants...blooming perennials...butterfly gardens...flowering shrub
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