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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
The design of the perennial meadow has changed the way we interact with the plantings. Whereas the herbaceous border was created
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
“maciços” — esmeraldacampanico
O'Connell Landscape
5 Reviews
Green Roof and Pool House Landscape
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California. Garden included bluestone patios, stone steps, and blooming perennial garden.
encroaching plants. Plants that will achieve this effect include creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia, zones 3 to 9, shown here), perennials like prostrate
encroaching plants.Plants that will achieve this effect include creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia, zones 3 to 9, shown here), perennials like prostrate
These cleft-stone steps become part of the perennial border as they wend their way through it. The planting creeps along the treads and meets in the center
prostrata, zones 4 to 8) and woolly thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus, zones 5 to 8). Cotoneaster microphyllus, zones 5 to 9, and C. dammeri, zones 5 to 8,
“garden steps” — amkalmar
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
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on houzz.com......although it seems to me better suited to dryer zones (rather than Zone 6).
and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus spp and cvs, zones 3 to 10), ornamental grasses such as switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9),
such as barberry (Berberis cvs, zones 4 to 9), abelia (Abelia cvs, zones 6 to 9) and spirea (Spiraea japonica cvs, zones 4 to 9). Be advised that barberry
and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus spp and cvs, zones 3 to 10), ornamental grasses such as switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9),
such as barberry (Berberis cvs, zones 4 to 9), abelia (Abelia cvs, zones 6 to 9) and spirea (Spiraea japonica cvs, zones 4 to 9). Be advised that barberry
“Front yard? What do you think dan?” — doubdc
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
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Long-Blooming Blanket Flower If you want a long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It
check what is hardy perennials in the garden centre
flowers. USDA zones: 3 to 10 Water requirement: Drought tolerant Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 foot to 3 feet
x grandiflora USDA zones: All Water requirement: Moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Plant it in well-draining
well as for perennial beds and borders, blanket flower pairs beautifully with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia.USDA zones: As an annual
Gaillardia x grandifloraUSDA zones: AllWater requirement: ModerateLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 2 to 4 feetGrowing tips: Plant it in well-draining soil;
“Colors” — mlw23
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
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red metal and heat induced patinas. This terrace overlooks the sloped perennial garden. We finished the rear space with a calm stone arrangement emerging
home. An infinitely controllable irrigation system with over twenty-five zones was installed. This coupled to a dedicated deep drilled well provides stability
provide the desired spirited and colorful landscape utilizing cooler climate plantings, and to push the limits on the abstract hardscape design without alienating
construction and stored on an adjacent lot. We utilized a portable screening plant, processing the topsoil and adding about 1500 tons of additional purchased
I would love to know the name of the pruple plant! Does anyone know?
The deep purple plants in the foreground appear to be Salvia - 'may night'
“landscape” — jb050103
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
Northern Arlington Residence
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other low growing plants: creeping lilyturf (liriope app, zones 5 - 9), periwinkle, zones 4 - 9, creeping thyme (thymus praecox, zones 4 - 9), snow in summer
summer (cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 - 9)
Tree in center and seating area near by. varied, unplanned feel to plants. Could replace the wild grass
another great plant instead of lawn. is creeping
Creeping lilyturf (Liriope spp, zones 5 to 9), shown here, has a lush, grass-like
us roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer (Cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9).More plants for your pathways
Replace small lawn areas with a low-maintenance perennial ground cover. Small areas and those that are hard to access may best be served by this low-
(cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9).
“Long grass. Meadow” — Todd Eichbaum
Ann Kearsley Design
Perennial garden in late afternoon
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looking for the names of some of these plants
What are the plants with the purple tubular flower clusters?
This garden was planted in Spring 2007, this photo is from Spring 2008.
Nice use of the slope, good mix of planting; though
3. Flowering perennials. An almost unlimited number of flowering perennials pair well with roses. You'll want to choose
period at the end of a line of poetry. For example, this gregarious double perennial border defines the landscape. But the exuberance of color is offset by
between two huge shade trees. This detail creates a natural end point of the perennial garden and can be appreciated from a long distance away. Imagine how the
flowers that complement, rather than compete with, your roses, so look for perennials with smaller or larger forms, different leaf types and a variety of flower
“Perrenial heaven” — monchell
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Bayside Retreat
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Lovely! What is the pinkish plant? And the one next to the hydrangea?
landscaping for the front of the house until now. I have made notes of the plants you mentioned in previous postings but would appreciate all the details
(requires acidic soil for the blue color). To the left are a couple of perennials that escape me currently. Behind the hydrangea is a dawson Canadian hemlock
next to the hydrangea is a chicagoland green boxwood, and I believe the perennial to the left of the hydrangea is a blue ice amsonia. Hope that helps
of hosta. We also have spreading & hicks yews, cimicifuga and ligularia planted in this area that you cannot see real well. This is a shade tolerant garden
Thanks for the question. The plant with the pink flower is an astilbe. Off hand I don't know which variety
“Hydrangeas” — zilf
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