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Gardening with Confidence®
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Harvest lavender blooms before it gets too hot. The lavender flowers are at their peak when the bottom of the bloom is just opening; cut the stem down to the foliage. Gather the stems and tie them together. Suspend upside
at their peak when the bottom of the bloom is just opening. Cut the stem down to the foliage. Tie & suspend upside down in hot dry dark location - an attic or a closet. In 10-14 days the lavender will be ready to use.
Harvest lavender blooms before it gets too hot. The lavender
LAVENDER Harvest lavender blooms before it gets too hot. The lavender flowers are at their peak when the bottom of the bloom is just opening; cut the stem down to the foliage. Gather the stems and tie them together. Suspend upside down in a hot, dry, dark location, such as an
“Lovely and woodsy” — jmckiel
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Arctotis 'Flame', a hybrid of the African Daisy. it is a great plant, gray green leaves, low growing and blooming early spring thru later summer, especially if dead headed a few times during it's bloom period.
Arctotis 'Flame', a hybrid of the African Daisy. it is a great plant, gray green leaves, low growing and blooming early spring thru later summer, especially if dead headed a few times during it's bloom period.
“Red green” — rhiannonludington
TEA2 Architects
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Lake Calhoun Residence
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harder to pass the food. Keep the mood festive and conversational by going with short bouquets and lots of tiny tea lights instead. Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a flower-arranging beginner to pull off.
Tiny single color blooms, lots of tealights
harder to pass the food. Keep the mood festive and conversational by going with short bouquets and lots of tiny tea lights instead. Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a flower-arranging beginner to pull off.Two Naturally Beautiful Tablescapes for Holiday Dining
“bufetera” — kkkickaaa
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark'
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golden flower stalks rising high above the foliage. 'Hallmark' blooms spring through fall, and year round in some climates
Great Design Plant: Snake Flower Plant this low-maintenance succulent now for brilliant eye-catching orange blooms in spring
bulbine. Plant this South African native as a foil for coarser plants, at the edge of flower beds or along pathways, where the waving stalks of orange blooms will attract honeybees and butterflies. While just about any bulbine will work wonders for an outdoor space, the 'Hallmark' variety reseeds less and
stalks rising high above the foliage. 'Hallmark' blooms spring through fall, and year round in some climates. Smaller and more compact than the straight snake flower species, the real distinguishing difference is color. 'Hallmark' produces an orange bloom while the straight species flowers are yellow.
“Bulbine, this is a drought tolerant groundcover, beautiful” — hislamb
Lux Decor
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out, vow instead to keep things fresh and simple. Pick up single-color blooms (white is always chic) at the grocery store or farmer's market and plunk them in any vase or pitcher you've got. Large flowers (like hydrangeas) and blooming branches offer a lot of bang for the buck.
like they took ages to put together. Try lining up a series of small square containers down the center of your dining table, filled with short-cut blooms stuck into floral foam for longevity. Or, for everlasting green, pick up some high-quality faux topiaries and set them on your buffet.
like they took ages to put together. Try lining up a series of small square containers down the center of your dining table, filled with short-cut blooms stuck into floral foam for longevity.Or, for everlasting green, pick up some high-quality faux topiaries and set them on your buffet.
“Centerpiece” — slazzy
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark'
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Flower - takes some shade, drought tolerant, bright orange and yellow blooms.
Bubine frutescens 'Hallmark' - Snake Flower - takes some shade, drought tolerant, bright orange and yellow blooms.
In Mediterranean climates snake flower's (Bulbine frutescens, zones 8 to 10) uplifting orange spikes bloom nearly nonstop from spring through fall. Not only do its blooms highlight surrounding garden colors, but they also attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds all summer long.See this
succulent gardening. Its massed green base fills out space, while its orange spiky flowers serve as wonderful garden accents. Snake flower typically blooms in spring through fall, and in temperate climates you’ll see flowers (and pollinators) all season long. The ‘Hallmark’ cultivar is a little less heat
“Succulentes à retenir” — pollet
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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including deer and rabbit resistant. The exception is the black vine weevil. Seasonal interest: Lovely base of leaves in summer; showy summer blooms. Even the spent blooms look good in the fall and the dried flowers can adorn the house in winter. When to plant: Mid-spring or after the last frost
Distinguishing traits. Astilbes have delicate, feathery plumes that bloom above the base of the leaves in June and/or July, depending on your zone. Even when not in bloom, the plant's fernlike leaves are attractive. The flowers are fragrant and attract butterflies.
Distinguishing traits. Astilbes have delicate, feathery plumes that bloom above the base of the leaves in June and/or July, depending on your zone. Even when not in bloom, the plant's fernlike leaves are attractive. The flowers are fragrant and attract butterflies.
“Astilbe” — reneemassaua
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
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away those lush green plants and brilliant blooms, and the tropics would feel more like the tundra. Use potted versions to breathe vigor and vibrancy into your home — you can stick with pure green foliage to limit the palette or mass together a tumble of blooms such as bougainvillea and hibiscus. Just
plant, splash of color in the bloom, and animal print pillow
away those lush green plants and brilliant blooms, and the tropics would feel more like the tundra. Use potted versions to breathe vigor and vibrancy into your home — you can stick with pure green foliage to limit the palette or mass together a tumble of blooms such as bougainvillea and hibiscus. Just
“pop of orange plus green plant” — shimmyjamily
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