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The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Sedges
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I feel the item on the left side of photo, should be a grass. It reminds me of loose neck goose strife. So what is the plant with diminutive white bottle brush on top of long stems. I appreciate in advance your reply. Tks.
the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
the variety. Growing tips: Mow your sedge lawn in the spring to remove any winter burn, and let the seeds drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate
“lawn alternative” — Gretchen Kim
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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Can you list the types of plants.
Please name the plants in the picture.
Love this garden. Would this plants grow here(zone9)? Thank you
I live in Idaho and have a well so watering in a problem. I need plants that do well in zone 5 but don't need a lot of water. I love this garden but am worried because of the cold. Help
Paddle Plant (Kalanchoe luciae) Paddle plant, also called flapjack
like the ground cover and the orange/green plants
like succulents and low maintenance plants
flower once, set seed and then dieWhen to plant: Cuttings can be planted year-round; wait until the end calluses overShown: With blue chalk sticks (Senecio mandraliscae)
3. Does the Plant Suit Your Garden Style?If you're trying to create a stylish garden, focus your buying power on plants whose decorative
“yard” — jackanddeb
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Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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i would love to know the names of all of the plants you used here starting in the front and working back towards the molinia moorflame. they are beautiful! thank you
What happens in winter? What hardiness zones are best for this style of planting? Any in which it does not work?
to do. Outdoor musical instruments such as stone ocarinas or weatherproof drums, a tiny rakable Japanese garden, stacking stones, plants like Himalayan impatiens with seed pods that burst open at the touch. Create a bit of mystery with paths leading to unseen destinations. Add a sheltered bench to enjoy
Replace lawns with larger, ornamental plants for more visual punch and biodiversity. Larger spaces can go lawn free with mixed plantings of perennials, shrubs, trees
“Grasses” — kempalthea
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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what type of flower/plant is that?
What is the trailing plant in the same pot as the Aeonium sunburst?
On the original posting it says: "One of the popular variegated forms is called Aeonium decorum 'Sunburst'. Notice how this singular plant commands our attention, but also how it is complemented by narrow, small-leafed and trailing succulent forms. They seem happy to let the sunny Aeonium
set seed and then die When to plant: It's best to plant cuttings in fall; allow the stem end to become callous Shown: A. 'Sunburst'
Create a splash in seasonally planted pots. Tired of coleus
tolerant of moisture than other succulentsSeasonal interest: Year-round; Aeonium are monocarpic, meaning they flower once, set seed and then dieWhen to plant: It's best to plant cuttings in fall; allow the stem end to become callousShown: A. 'Sunburst'
“Sedum” — bee2011
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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Statue and sense of freedom in the garden planting
Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share
eating plants I didn’t want them to destroy. Perhaps the plant diversity is teasing them to another food source, or perhaps predators are in play; either way, the point is to have patience and give the garden time to shake out and grow up.
Beautiful planting and great art accent
surrounding the focal item .. grasses in the background with lower plants and pathway through the center ..
Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair
“like the light play on the grass textures and tufts of plants” — roniagram
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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sideoats grass? seed grass with native grasses
No lawn. Uses grasses, patio stones, plantings
grama, buffalo, sideoats grams, etc. Ask nursery for no mow seed mixes, drought tolerant.
or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many). Lots of places also sell no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits
or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many). Lots of places also sell no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns. If you let your lawn grow taller, the roots will go
or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many). Lots of places also sell no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns.
“contrasting wild and orderly” — foxfire1382
Rikki Snyder
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Archives ID
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Plant trellis for Aaron to welf
Vines on a ladder indoors! Potted plant/propped ladder.
LunaireDes planètes fleuries sous la lueur d’une grande et belle étoile. Ce jardin d’intérieur prend des allures de mini cosmos. Les sphères et le jardin sont d’autant plus mis en valeur par l’éclairage que les murs sont sombres.
Air plants and succulents create a simple indoor garden, while a Moravian star pendant lamp shines overhead for subtle seasonal sparkle.
“Love!” — Madison Kranick
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
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Meadow Garden
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make wild flowe seed bombs. dry some clay, grind into powder, mix 4parts clay with 1 part compost and 1 part
wet weather to germinate before spring. Whatever you do, I strongly encourage using seeds native to your area, which will benefit wildlife and other plant communities more.So what do you think? Will you try making seed bombs? How will you use them?More: How to Help Your Town’s Beneficial Birds and Bugs
Toss. Place your seed bombs out in a bed that looks a bit sparse. The rain will slowly dissolve the ball, and the seeds will germinate. You can use almost any seed — if you want flowers right away, use an annual seed mix. If you’re placing in the fall or winter, you can use perennial flowers that will
“meadow” — lkp466
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