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The New York Botanical Garden
Shrub Rose
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perfect as a small shrub rose in a perennial garden or container garden, growing to about 3 to 4 feet tall for gardeners in zones 5 to 11.
perfect as a small shrub rose in a perennial garden or container garden, growing to about 3 to 4 feet tall for gardeners in zones 5 to 11. How to use it
perfect as a small shrub rose in a perennial garden or container garden, growing to about 3 to 4 feet tall for gardeners in zones 5 to 11.
“blushing knock out rose” — Phyllis Weekes
In & Out Design
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Backyard Swing in Perennial Garden
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lots of different colors in perennial garden
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“swing” — karenkhale
Ann Kearsley Design
Perennial garden in late afternoon
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A private garden along Maine's southern coast.
Sorry, there are just too many varieties in this garden for me to call them out individually. There are roses, salvias, peonies
This garden was planted in Spring 2007, this photo is from Spring 2008.
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 setting
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
what is the age of this garden?...Balance of perennials, grass, and color
“Flower beds” — Kathi Spencer
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Mixing Perennials
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lovely ideas for long garden I might possibly have but think
Susan (Rudbeckia hirta, zones 3 to 9) shines brightly in cottage and perennial gardens. As an important food for butterflies and hummingbirds, this classic
Susan (Rudbeckia hirta, zones 3 to 9) shines brightly in cottage and perennial gardens. As an important food for butterflies and hummingbirds, this classic
sunbursts of black-eyed Susan in the photo here keep the eyes moving around the garden and seem to glimmer from a distance. It's a neat trick and can be accomplished
“Hummingbirds and butterflies” — Deb Rose
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Front Ridge Residence
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Just wanted to thank you! We added some of these plants in our garden and it turned out lovely. Thank you!
'Caesar's Brother', Alchemilla mollis, and Perovskia atriplicifolia. This garden is built on a very exposed hillside in Downeast Maine, and everything is
combination of grasses and flowering perennials. Onlky concern is that this is in Maine, so different zone
More meticulously planned perennial gardens and shrub borders were placed closer to the house. While the gardens are designed, the mix of textures, color
This Maine garden is filled with a mix of perennials, but it's the purple salvia that stands out.
I suppose you could say all gardens are, in the
of grass. The new design includes meadows, an orchard and colorful perennial gardens close to the house.
“wow” — alanacarbone
Hey Nice Garden
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New Perennial Style
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we designed a small front yard that packs a lot of color. This new perennial garden is low-water and provides a lush setting in contrast to the wide open
perennial garden (low water usage, bright colors)
we designed a small front yard that packs a lot of color. This new perennial garden is low-water and provides a lush setting in contrast to the wide open
? creeping thyme. like it. and the hardy perennials. and stone shape
“walk / poppies” — twoguess
Contemporary Landscape
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The natural, perennial meadow seems a perfect fit for a barn home
The perennial border popularized in Victorian gardens was labor intensive and very seasonal, requiring a
of summer color. Garden designer Gertrude Jekyll included intricate, colorful borders in many of her Arts and Crafts–style gardens. Maintaining these
these borders required splitting the perennial plants and replanting every three to four years to maintain their vigor, staking and tying to keep plants in
weeding throughout the season to keep the border tidy. The design of the perennial meadow has changed the way we interact with the plantings. Whereas the
Wildflower garden! Bees would love it.
“use of color and expansive look with lawn mounds of color” — jlweigel
Barbara Pintozzi
ripening blueberries
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perfect for container plantings as well as in orchards and tucked into perennial gardens. Their fall foliage often turns a brilliant red and remains evergreen
perfect for container plantings as well as in orchards and tucked into perennial gardens. Their fall foliage often turns a brilliant red and remains evergreen
“more saskatoons” — mamegved
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