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The Lazy Gardener
6 Reviews
Salt-tolerant perennial flower garden
Ideabooks84
Questions0
Salt-tolerant perennial flower garden
simple not to busy Perennials
The Lazy Gardener...Flower garden
“beds” — Emily Ellis Stewart
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
Ideabooks6,817
Questions2
Linda Oyama Bryan Another backyard view shows hand-pruned boxwood hedges and a raised perennial garden supported with boulder walls that give the area a natural lift. The wooded border is an important privacy feature of the estate. The border is cleaned weekly and mulched annually.
areas with full garden beds surrounding
I like the hill "looking" flower bed. Also
Shade perennials, Boxwood Hedge, Forest Plant Border
this is too green and I don't like the yellow flowers. want to see more grasses, shrubs and different colors (pinks, purples, blues).
big open yard with perennial border
“private yet inviting lawn” — mrmiller7
Minglewood Designs
5 Reviews
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
Ideabooks1,787
Questions1
Riverfront garden with fescue-lawn path and regionally native plants including oak-leaf hydrangea, new hampshire purple geranium, creeping juniper, coreopsis, rudbeckia and blue-eyed grass. These gardens require minimal water and maintenance and they offer seasonal variation, color and food for local
like the bit of lawn between gardens
use of no edge on gardens is a
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 low-mow fescue will keep your maintenance levels down while adding to the informal feel.
“plantings between grass and the water” — Susan Gunn
Pamela Bateman Garden Design
4 Reviews
Various Gardens
Ideabooks29
Questions1
Lauri Burrier, No, I am sorry I did not. The pool was existing when I designed this garden. The pool has Star Jasmine as a low shrub around the edge of the pool with some flowering perennials like penstemon, coreopsis, and roses. Thanks for asking. Pamela Bateman
All the different flowers and what a beautiful and peaceful look it gives
“planting near swimming pool” — potatoe2x
Minglewood Designs
5 Reviews
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
Ideabooks139
Questions0
Sun tolerant perennials and shrubs including yarrow, coreopsis, geranium, peonies, sweet fern, hydrangea and red bud provide a transitional edge between lawn and woodland areas. Angela Kearney Minglewood Designs
Sun tolerant perennials and shrubs including yarrow, coreopsis, geranium, peonies, sweet fern, hydrangea and red bud provide a transitional edge between lawn and woodland areas.
Sun tolerant perennials. LOVE the peonies
Sun tolerant perennials and shrubs including yarrow, coreopsis, geranium, peonies, sweet fern, hydrangea and red bud provide a transitional edge between lawn and woodland
“Sun tolerant perennials and shrubs including yarrow, coreopsis, geranium, peonies, sweet fern, hydra” — doleyodinger
Minglewood Designs
5 Reviews
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Garden planter nestled in a shade garden with cinnamon fern. Angela Kearney Minglewood Designs
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
perennial gardens...purple flower...shade garden...garden entrance...garden gate...blooming perennials
Minglewood Designs
5 Reviews
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
Ideabooks2
Questions0
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
perennial gardens...perennial plants...flowering shrub...blooming perennials...butterfly gardens...white flower...wildlife garden
Minglewood Designs
5 Reviews
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
Ideabooks3
Questions0
New England Perennial Flower Gardens
perennial gardens...perennial plants...blooming perennials...butterfly gardens...flowering dogwood...flowering tree
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