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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
looking for green deer resitant plants that look good with purple flowers.
This garden is in zone 6/6a, and the purple spikes are Salvia 'May Night'--one of my all-time favorites!
Nepeta mussinii, alliums and purple salvia.
Love blues & purples in nature.
dwarf catmint Nepeta mussinii, alliums and purple salvia-in blue, violet and purple- soothing
Mix any of the purple-spiked plants with purple globes of allium for a fun contrast of shape and height.
For a broader palette, choose an analogous color scheme that combines neighboring hues on the color wheel, as in this front garden with its soothing blend of blue, violet and purple. The plant selections
“rosliny” — w_brett
Ann Kearsley Design
Wide granite slabs of entry pathway.
What is the purple flower clumps? Beautiful.
Yes, the purple spikes are Catmint, Nepata 'Walker's Low'.
Hi Folks, the plant with the large purple spikes spilling into the path is Catmint, Nepata 'Walker's Low' the hot pink globes in the lower left corner are Armeria maritima and the lighter pink is Dianthus, though I can't remember the variety
The purple looks like it might be catmint, but you could also achieve that effect with russian sage. The light pink flowers on the edge are dianthus, and I agree with Helen that the dark pink looks like thrift. The really dark deep pink
Light pink is dianthus...purple may be catmint.
Softened straight path purple catmint, dianthus
Color combo purple, hot pink and light pink
“Walkway” — Mary Donnellan
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Floating Layers
are the names of the purple and green plants surrounding the sago?
the name of the purple grass in the left of the screen? Also where are they best grown? Do they grow in a cooler climate prone to frosts?
Sago palm, bird of p, purple ftn grass,
like purple grass and cycad but don't like bird of paradise
purple fountain grass with sago palm
“plants” — jayjayvee
Contemporary Landscape
Purple Smoke Tree (Cotinus coggyria) zones 4 to 8 low water shrub or tree
maybe replace the forsythia that grows wildly with the purple smoke tree for some
Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8)
purple smoke tree/for our zone/...low water grows into
Purple smoke tree that has been cut to the ground and allowed to come back up.
purple smoke tree - cut to the ground and it sends up larger leaves
prefer its smoke-like flowers.) Smoke tree grows 15 feet high and 20 feet wide, but it's usually pruned to be much smaller. Popular purple cultivars include 'Royal Purple', 'Velvet Cloak', and the more reddish 'Grace'. All prefer full to part sun.
Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) is as common a site on the East Coast as the West, and though this low-water beauty will grow
“Purple smoke tree that has been cut to the ground and allowed to come back up.” — pcmom1
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
What is the green one to the left of the purple?
The deep purple plants in the foreground appear to be Salvia - 'may night'
Love cypress hedge and purple lavender
Yellow purple color pallet. Arborvitae soldiers along top
Purple flowers...purple & green...Lots of purple...the purple...tall purple puffies...Purple flowers8b...purple flowers
“slope of color” — gardendreams2014
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Interesting tall purple plants. Like the dash of color
Love the purple bulb looking flowers!
Allium Globemaster - purple whimsey globe
variety of purple bulbs and tubers. Alliums, which come in a number of different shades of purple, are always a good choice, or you can go crazy with a mix of purple tulips. Irises, with their many different shades of purple, are always a garden stalwart, but also consider the various purples offered by
“lovely woodsy landscape” — urduhouse
WA design
8 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
what is this type of purple flower?
the purple flower is an Allum love them!
contrast of purple balls against the greens” Every spring and summer, orbed clusters of white, pink,
scheme that is alluring and unforgettable. Santolina in shades of silver and green covers the ground, while purple alliums repeat that globe shape on taller stems. The distant wands of dark purple lavender echo the alliums, adding depth.More:Pavers for the Perfect Patio and PathMagical Garden Paths
Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and French lavender, Lavandula stoechas. Their purple flowers resonate with the butterfly-shape lavender flowers and bring life to the border.
Plant the unexpected. Bright purple allium, standing tall, adds color. Artemisia and santolina are both good filler plants;
“purple flower” — magking
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
What are the purple and white flowers here?
during winter and return in the spring. Try 'Dark Purple Silk' and 'Brightly Colored Golden Star'.Tree: These peonies lose their leaves in the fall, but their stems stay intact through the winter. They are typically slower to grow. Look for 'Big Deep Purple' or 'Black Dragon Brocade'.Intersectional: Int
But looking closer we see a further link to Monet, with the touch of white blooms to set off mauves and purples. It's a simple way to enliven monotone plantings and one that we find at Giverny, not only in borders of pastel plantings but also in some of the hot
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