878 perennial plants zone 7 Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks4,247
Questions3
to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and let seeds fall to the ground when the plant is done blooming. Remove spent flower stalks after the first frost.
as for perennial beds and borders, blanket flower pairs beautifully with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia. USDA zones: As an annual, it will fare well in most all zones. Water requirement: Average to low once established”
read info in questions about flower maintenance / choices / zones
as for perennial beds and borders, blanket flower pairs beautifully with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia. USDA zones: As an annual, it will fare well in most all zones. Water requirement: Average to low once established Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches
“Smallbright flowers near a smooth big rock” — taniafazil
Van Zelst Inc
3 Reviews
Wilmette, IL Residence (A)
Ideabooks437
Questions1
is this plant that fights thistle?
Bee balm (Monarda didyma, zones 4 to 9) has become a favorite functional perennial of mine. I have used this plant to battle latent weed seed spikes of Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense, zones 3 to 7) with little maintenance.
Bee balm (Monarda didyma, zones 4 to 9) has become a
Bee balm (Monarda didyma, zones 4 to 9) has become a favorite functional perennial of mine. I have used this plant to battle latent weed seed spikes of Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense, zones 3 to 7) with little maintenance. Although this plant is susceptible to powdery mildew, it
functional perennial of mine. I have used this plant to battle latent weed seed spikes of Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense, zones 3 to 7) with little maintenance.
“Bee balm, love it” — Diana Heinrichs
Amy Martin Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Matisse Garden Pond Walkway
Ideabooks5,472
Questions5
purple plant behind the japanese maple?
What hardiness zone are these shrubs in
exposed zone 6 with lots of sun?
name of deep red plant at right on top of two boulders?
this is Zone 6, full sun. Juniper blue star and Japanese Garden Juniper, russian sage, nepeta, miscanthus Adagio, all happy in full sun.
Botanical name: Juniperus horizontalis Common name: Creeping juniper Origin: Native to the northern U.S. Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zone 4; find your zone) Water requirement: Medium to dry soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature
‘Nana’), and perennials with contrasting forms, like iris or hosta.Perhaps the most popular cultivar is ‘Wiltonii’ (also called ‘Blue Rug’), which grows only 4 to 6 inches tall. Found on Vinalhaven island in Maine and introduced by South Wilton Nurseries in Connecticut, this form is salt and wind tolerant and
“Jap. Shade garden” — cwyant
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Sponsored
J. Paul Moore Photography
Moss & Moss Lawns
Ideabooks1,092
Questions1
tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss chunks into the soil. Keep it moist for the first three weeks. Depending on the growing conditions and spacing when planted, a moss lawn could take a year to fill in.
plant moss to use in between flagstones
flowering perennials and evergreens. Moss needs no fertilizer and very little water once it's established, but it does not handle heavy foot traffic well. If you want to walk through it daily, plan to add a flagstone walkway to avoid damaging your lawn. Depending on the variety, moss is adapted to zones
flowering perennials and evergreens. Moss needs no fertilizer and very little water once it's established, but it does not handle heavy foot traffic well. If you want to walk through it daily, plan to add a flagstone walkway to avoid damaging your lawn. Depending on the variety, moss is adapted to zones
“Moss (Hypnum or Thuidium spp) For those with moist, shady areas and acidic soil, moss lawns can be” — corened
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Bayside Retreat
Ideabooks2,093
Questions4
pinkish plant? And the one next to the hydrangea?
the plants you mentioned in previous postings but would appreciate all the details . I promise, I do not live on your street or in your state. Thank you for the inspiration.
couple of perennials that escape me currently. Behind the hydrangea is a dawson Canadian hemlock and behind the astilbes we have various mixed varieties 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
The plant with the pink flower is an astilbe. Off hand I don't know which variety though. There are several pink varieties. The broadleaf evergreen 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
“Do a path like this to dog kennel” — chartenstein
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks4,696
Questions4
the red plant in the background?
what name is the green -yellow plants next to the red plants? Looks great.
The plants to the right of the red grasses ( Pennisetum 'Fireworks') is Phormium 'Tricolor' . Here is a link to learn more about it. http://www.smgrowers.com/products/plants/plantdisplay.asp?plant_id=1244
I like this mix of plants..
PRO debora carl landscape design The plants to the right of the red grasses ( Pennisetum 'Fireworks') is Phormium 'Tricolor' . Here is a link to learn more about it. http://www.smgrowers.com/products/plants/p
y.asp?plant_id=1244 April 7, 2013 at 12:50pm Like
deb­ora carl land­scape de­sign The plants to the right of the red grasses ( Pennisetum 'Fireworks') is Phormium 'Tricolor' . Here is
“Love the plants” — amy73lynn
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Asters.JPG
Ideabooks984
Questions0
aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius, zones 3 to 10
aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius, zones 3 to 10), shown in the background here. A small shrublike perennial at 2 to 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall, it blooms forever and
Plant instead of butterfly bush Aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius, zones 3 - 10)
And last but absolutely not least is aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius, zones 3 to 10), shown in the background here. A small shrublike perennial at 2 to 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall, it blooms
large plant .. shrublike perennial 2 to 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall
And last but absolutely not least is aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius, zones 3 to 10), shown in the background here. A small shrublike perennial at 2 to 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall, it blooms forever and ever from September into
“I know it looks like I like purple a lot. I don't necessarily. I just like the look of the flowers” — jaudette
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
Ideabooks12,075
Questions5
solution, I planted thyme between painted concrete stepping stones.
Perhaps you could plant moss in between the rocks.
resistant plants are as well. . .I see some kind of lillies- I had some last year that I didnt water and they died. What kind are these? And wht are the pink flowers on the lower right and lower left in front? And the purple ones in back? and some of the filler green?
Must plant wild flowers. Terry will help us with this... C'est si beau!!!
Flower garden to plant in my front yard
Plant perennials. Fall is a wonderful time for planting perennials, and virtually any perennial that is suitable for growing in zones 7 or 8 is a good choice. Consider adding Mexican mint marigold (Tagetes lucida), Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha), purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), y
“wild path” — zuajmvaj
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™