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The majestic Pride of Madeira takes center stage in theis exuberant front garden.
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Annie Thornton added this to Great Design Plant: Pride of Madeira
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal water and well-drained soil. Pride of Madeira prefers drier climates but thrives in coastal conditions without the threat of extreme temperature swings.Cut the plant back in fall, after flowering, to maintain a healthy, bushy shape and promote new growth.Pride of Madeira reseeds freely, which can be helpful, since it is not the most long-lived plant; it will fill in if the parent plant dies. You can also let seed heads dry on the plant and collect them to plant elsewhere in your garden or to prevent unmonitored spreading.

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Rachel Gubser added this to Vista House Exterior
August 15, 2014
Mediterranean plants
joanie1002 added this to joanie1002's ideas
July 20, 2014
pride of Madiera -plant that was at Stanley Hills Drive
shish2 added this to Landscaping
June 1, 2014
Love the purple spikey things
jeffreyblair added this to Urban Landscape
May 3, 2014
plants
gilandbecky added this to plants i like
April 7, 2014
Pride of Madeira
Rosie added this to Monet's Garden
February 3, 2014
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal water and well-drained soil. Pride of Madeira prefers drier climates but thrives in coastal conditions without the threat of extreme temperature swings. Cut the plant back in fall, after flowering, to maintain a healthy, bushy shape and promote new growth. They reseed themselves too.
idonttwantone added this to garden
January 23, 2014
pride of madeira and complementary plants
jamesstang added this to Landscape project
November 8, 2013
stone work
gardensg added this to Garden Ideas 17th house
November 7, 2013
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal water and well-drained soil. Pride of Madeira prefers drier climates but thrives in coastal conditions without the threat of extreme temperature swings. Cut the plant back in fall, after flowering, to maintain a healthy, bushy shape and promote new growth. Pride of Madeira reseeds freely, which can be helpful, since it is not the most long-lived plant; it will fill in if the parent plant dies. You can also let seed heads dry on the plant and collect them to plant elsewhere in your garden or to prevent unmonitored spreading.
ajkilman added this to ajkilman's Ideas
October 6, 2013
Like the plants
paem added this to paem's ideas
September 29, 2013
front
leslieaddiego added this to leslieaddiego's ideas
August 17, 2013
pride and kangroo paw
Artecia Wilson added this to aicetra's Favorites
July 8, 2013
Love the purple
Alexia Wilson added this to Landscape Ideas
July 4, 2013
pride of madeira plant. lovely.
marlenemcdonald added this to marlenemcdonald's ideas
June 8, 2013
The majestic Pride of Madeira takes center stage in theis exuberant front garden
sanctuary6000 added this to Patio Ideas
June 6, 2013
tips for planting and maintaining
anna27rus added this to Patio Ideas
June 3, 2013
the combination of the plants
dgogo added this to landscape
May 21, 2013
Love the plant selections
Karlyn Neel added this to outdoor living
May 4, 2013
Looks like Lupines
Kathi Bruz added this to kathi_bruz's ideas
April 22, 2013
Like the plants
kaydean added this to Garden Ideas
April 15, 2013
Pride of madiera
aliciag321 added this to aliciag321's Ideas
April 15, 2013
Pride of maidera. Purple bush
irmagar7 added this to irmagar7's ideas
April 12, 2013
color red
juliehanning added this to yard
April 11, 2013
pride of madeira
montuoso added this to montuoso's ideas
April 7, 2013
Flowers
bekahd added this to bekahd's ideas
April 7, 2013
Pride of Madeira and lavender
Darius added this to Exteriors & Yards
April 7, 2013
Marina Meyere added this to Killer plants
April 7, 2013
Pride of Madeira, paw plant
Vanessa Proznick added this to vanessa_proznick's ideas
April 6, 2013
pride of malderia
jawalde added this to exterior
April 5, 2013
back door idea
johnpascoeopera added this to San Ruffino ideas
April 5, 2013
Pride of Madiera
shannonlm added this to shannonlm's ideas
April 4, 2013
hillside idea pride of madeira and spanish lavender
Dawn Michel added this to Garden
April 4, 2013
Kangaroo paw
Jitka Adeleke added this to gardening
April 4, 2013
huge, but nice
annabelfaris added this to annabelfaris's ideas
April 4, 2013
Pride of Madeira (Echium) in planter bed
robertdlee added this to robertdlee's ideas
April 4, 2013
flagstone & maderia
Debbie Yaryan added this to Landscape ideas
April 4, 2013
Looks hardy enough to grow here in Tucson��
Raymond Sykes added this to raymond_sykes's ideas
April 3, 2013
Plants
maud16055 added this to maud16055's ideas
April 3, 2013
Pride of Madeira plant
califig added this to califig's ideas
April 3, 2013
the path
Lynne added this to Garden ideas
April 3, 2013
Pride of Mederia plant
Leslie Armstrong added this to leslie_armstrong's Ideas
April 3, 2013
Love this plant
cecimo added this to cecimo's ideas
April 3, 2013
Pride of Madeira draws bees,hummingbirds, butterflies planthttp://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/8906861/list?utm_source=Houzz&utm_campaign=u255&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery14
katurrah1 added this to Garden
April 3, 2013
Urban oasis
auctionbound74 added this to auctionbound74's ideas
April 3, 2013
Pride of Madeira. Full sun, little water, well-drained soil. Prefers drier climates. Cut plant back in fall after flowering to promote new growth as well as for shaping it.
lorrie526 added this to Garden/yard/terracing
April 3, 2013
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal water and well-drained soil. Pride of Madeira prefers drier climates but thrives in coastal conditions without the threat of extreme temperature swings. Cut the plant back in fall, after flowering, to maintain a healthy, bushy shape and promote new growth. Pride of Madeira reseeds freely, which can be helpful, since it is not the most long-lived plant; it will fill in if the parent plant dies. You can also let seed heads dry on the plant and collect them to plant elsewhere in your garden or to prevent unmonitored spreading.
scamp7101 added this to scamp7101's ideas
April 3, 2013
A possible alternate to oleander? Wonder where I can get some....
Sue Gibson added this to landscape
April 3, 2013
pride of madeira
tracymyers9 added this to tracymyers10's ideas
April 3, 2013
Plantings
bdperkins613 added this to bdperkins613's Ideas
April 3, 2013
Back yars
lukelucy1 added this to lukelucy1's Ideas
April 3, 2013
Pride Of Medaria
bhproj added this to landscape
April 3, 2013
Pride of Madeira - full sun, good drainage, not much water, Cut back in fall, reseeds, fills in if parent plant dies
88ideas added this to outdoor
April 3, 2013
plant
Mary Herman added this to mary_herman's ideas
April 3, 2013
Pride of Madeira planting notes
mvstewart added this to garden
April 3, 2013
pride of maderia
chantia added this to chantia's ideas
April 3, 2013
arrangement devant
Shanaz Manbodh added this to shanaz_manbodh's ideas
April 2, 2013
Very tropical.
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