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David Michael Miller Associates
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Contemporized Mediterranean Villa
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tropical perennial plant hailing from eastern Africa, it is hard to kill, slow growing and ideal as an office plant or a table centerpiece." This plant is gorgeous
neglect, the Zee Zee (or ZZ) plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia) has been the pride of many a black thumb. A tropical perennial plant hailing from eastern Africa
black thumb. A tropical perennial plant hailing from eastern Africa, it is hard to kill, slow growing and ideal as an office plant or a table centerpiece
black thumb. A tropical perennial plant hailing from eastern Africa, it is hard to kill, slow-growing and ideal as an office plant or table centrepiece.
black thumb. A tropical perennial plant hailing from eastern Africa, it is hard to kill, slow growing and ideal as an office plant or a table centerpiece
“Yeah” — Evans Mwaniki
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Gingko House, Harrison, NY
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delicate grasses and perennial plants and flowers.
rocks) and surrounded by all manner of delicate grasses and perennial plants and flowers.
on the rocks) and surrounded by all manner of delicate grasses and perennial plants and flowers.
on the rocks) and surrounded by all manner of delicate grasses and perennial plants and flowers.
“Need price” — jwadhwani
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Davis Square Garden
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dining room. Native shrubs, ferns, grasses, and other drought tolerant perennials soften edges and create multi-seasonal interest. An herb and vegetable
jobert'--great fall bloomer here in the northeast. just remember that if you plant it, it may emerge very late in the spring...
pink flowers are standouts, and the plant is large enough to straddle the border between shrub and perennial. Plant it under tall trees or shrubs so it
pink flowers are standouts, and the plant is large enough to straddle the border between shrub and perennial. Plant it under tall trees or shrubs so it
interest: The base of the plant has lovely leaves from late spring through summer, then the white flowers bloom in autumn.When to plant: Early fall or spring
“Anemones” — fharrison43
Loudoun County Premiere Design-Build Firm
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Contemporary Landscape
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can you name the plants used here? thanks
Modern perennial meadows are a mixture of colorful perennial plants and grasses that are planted in groups and drifts
Modern perennial meadows are a mixture of colorful perennial plants and grasses that are planted in groups and drifts to create plantings in a naturalistic
using a restricted planting palette and plants that happily grow together to form a stable community.
required splitting the perennial plants and replanting every three to four years to maintain their vigor, staking and tying to keep plants in order, and deadheading
to keep the border tidy. The design of the perennial meadow has changed the way we interact with the plantings. Whereas the herbaceous border was created
“slovenija” — natasap
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Tall meadow planting
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This is a beautiful and serene landscape. Are the plantings frost tolerant?
gcw1182, your being in the mountains complicates choosing plants a bit, however all of the plants pictured above would
you are not on a lake. The lakes moderate temp quite a bit so US zone 7 plants can be grown on the lakes. I remember seeing a lot of Camellias, Cypress
in US zone 6 and rapidly hit US zone 5 as you move up in elevation. The plants above are US zone 4 and should do well up to a few thousand feet of elevation
Perennial meadow instead of traditional planting
using the right plants in the right place. Modern perennial meadows are a mixture of colorful perennial plants and grasses that are planted in groups and
“Perennials - Lavender, purple cone flower” — mmschwartz84
Arrow. Land + Structures
5 Reviews
Glencoe Garden
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A lush traditional garden full of perennial color, built along the rear lot lines of this Glencoe home.
Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture, or opt for a naturalistic mixed perennial planting. Russian
screen. Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture, or opt for a naturalistic mixed perennial planting. Russian
seasonal screen. Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture, or opt for a naturalistic mixed perennial planting.
seasonal screen. Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture, or opt for a naturalistic mixed perennial planting. Russian
“Perennial garden” — thomasedavidson
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Perennial Planting
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Perennial planting in a contemporary garden. Penstemon, veronicastrum, foxglove, alliums, ornamental grasses weave together to create a taperstry of texture
Can you tell me the name of the lovely plant with the ruby colored flowers in the foreground?
Penstemon: A fabulous perennial, some say this is not fully hardy depending upon your location so a little winter protection can be useful. Yet it can
Perennial Planting Perennial planting in a contemporary garden. Penstemon, veronicastrum, foxglove, alliums
plants allowed to grow and make their own space, clumps of common, or native plants.
and systems can never be set in stone, and this includes the use of perennial plants. Future garden designers may choose to go back to the formal layout
“Grass” — dmbatha
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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These are Black Eye Susan's, perennials in the northeast.
Plant flowers that attract butterflies and can host them as caterpillars
Prairie planting, the second generation of perennial use in garden design, can be seen as a much freer form of planting, using a mixture of perennials and
Prairie planting, the second generation of perennial use in garden design
pinkish flowering plant in foreground is behind red bench in backyard
Start With What You PlantObviously, the first thing you can do to attract butterflies is to plant flowering plants, from perennials to shrubs and even trees
Prairie planting, the second generation of perennial use in garden design, can be seen as a much freer form of planting, using a mixture of perennials and
“Prairie flowers” — elizabethwollensak
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