556 purple Contemporary Landscape Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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and the purple spikes are Salvia 'May Night'--one of my all-time favorites!
alliums and purple salvia-in blue, violet and purple- soothing
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
Purples and blues create a restful retreat, especially welcome at the end of a hectic workweek. If you want a bit more color, pink is a logical choice, but orange will make a stronger statement.Design tip: Whether your taste runs to cool hues or hot, including a single plant
“Salvia "May Night", Allium "Globemaster", Russian Sage, Nepeta f. "Walker's Low", Lady's Mantle, Ca” — gifid2
Contemporary Landscape
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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 colour
Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8)
purple smoke tree/for our zone/...low water grows into a tree....often cut to the ground
Popular purple cultivars include 'Royal Purple', 'Velvet Cloak', and the more reddish 'Grace'. All prefer full to part sun.
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 into a tree, it's often cut to the ground in late winter, a practice that prompts it to send up tall new stems with bigger leaves. (Don't cut
“Purple Smokebush - We use this in gardens, relatively inexpensive deciduous shrub. Nice leaf shape” — Avant Garden Chicago, Inc.
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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Love the purple bulb looking flowers!
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 early
“Flowers” — lisadanielle067
Ann Kearsley Design
Wide granite slabs of entry pathway.
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is the purple flower clumps? Beautiful.
, 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 flowers a little further back are peonies
Love the purple salvia for some color
plant. Purple catmint (Nepeta sp) and pink dianthus (Dianthus sp) have been used in this photograph on alternating sides of the path.As these mounds spill onto the flagstone, the straight lines become partially obscured, while the eye is naturally drawn from one purple haze to the next, all the way to
“Spoilers onto pathway” — Sarah Neblett
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
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William Joyce Design Southern California Vineyard
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reply. The purple sage is about 30" tall, the Aeonium is about 18" tall
Purple sage - nice color contrast vs. Aeonium
These purple flowers will look good planted along there
Like the purple called Salvia and prefers full sun
The color of the purple shrubs
love purple/blue and green!
purple budded plants
Aeonium and Purple Sage
purple flowers...purple sage...purple flowers
“blue plant purple sage” — lorrainewoody
Melissa Gerstle Design
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Lee
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Can you tell me the name of the purple flowers? Thanks! Beautiful landscape!
It's Purple Astor, also called Astor oblongifolius.
It's Purple Astor, also called Astor oblongifolius
mounds of purple asters and orange (Zinnias?)
Purple and orange r my fav
Purple plant to spill over unsightly walls and ties in sub
pumpkin pie colored flower with purple and a big planter.
this purple would look great with black mondo grass
Fall color - Purple Asters, Orange-Red Verbena (?)
asters (purple) are pretty hearty and bloom in fall
Asters are time-honored plants in the fall garden, and with their profusion of purple daisy-like blooms, it's easy to see why. They are deer resistant and are
profusion of purple daisy-like blooms, it's easy to see why. They are deer resistant and are attractive to bees, butterflies and birds. They also are a great companion plant for ornamental grasses and other flowering perennials, such as rudbeckia.USDA zones: 4a to 9bWater requirement: AverageLight requirement:
“Give color” — weepeople
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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of the purple star flowers that are near the left hand side of the photo?
On the left, beyond the alliums, the name of dark purple plant.
Plant I'd - On the left, beyond the alliums, the name of dark purple plant. Night'--very durable and reliable bloomer throughout the season.
Green grey purple and pink foliage
Off set mauves and purples with white.
silver and green planting with purple and pink accents
Like the purple flowers, like the pink ones but NOT PINK
with the purple salvias blending beautifully with the globe-headed alliums.
“Colour scheme for garden” — Katie Clarke
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
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are the purple and white flowers here?
Make a purple and white garden.
'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: Intersectional peonies are a cross between tree
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 colors of late summer and autumn.
“peonies and salvia” — 13roxanne
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