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Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes February
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resistant; low maintenance Seasonal interest: Early spring When to plant: Fall
rabbit resistant; low maintenance Seasonal interest: Early spring When to plant: Fall
rabbit resistant; low maintenanceSeasonal interest: Early springWhen to plant: Fall
Snowdrops (here, Galanthus elwesii) peek their heads above the snow.Planting these earliest of bulbs in a warm microclimate will ensure reliable February
“Common snowdrop is one of the first bulbs to appear, and it’s blooming now in areas where winters” — lindaraeclark
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Vitis 'Roger's Red'
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This was on an article about the California wild grape being a great 4 season plant. I think
grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved hummingbird moth — aka the
birds and other wildlifeSeasonal interest: Leaves turn ablaze in fallWhen to plant: Early spring
grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved hummingbird moth — aka the
bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged.When to plant: Fall to spring is ideal
past nine months and how thankful I was to be right there in that moment. Fall feels like a desperately needed time-out to me, and in those moments before
“머루” — 평강식물원
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Fall mixed border
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Mixed fall border photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
Plant trees, shrubs and perennials. If you’ve been itching to add some color or structure
structure to your landscape, now is a great time to shop for plants. Nurseries will be pushing sales with special promotions and discounts so they can
Plant trees, shrubs and perennials. If you’ve been itching to add some color or structure to your landscape, now is a great time to shop for plants. Nurseries
love the density of the plants
“colorful” — ctlkgriff
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Gaile Guevara
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Woodvalley Residence
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name of the plant (grass) that lines the walkway
Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 18 to 24 inches tall Planting tips: Plant in fall or spring; prune in late winter or early spring.
front of tamer-color plants, walls and fences.
t: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 18 to 24 inches tallPlanting tips: Plant in fall or spring; prune in late winter or early spring.
Insert blood grass into a water garden for a shot of color from both the planting and the reflection it creates.
other in the garden, making it a perfect addition in front of tamer-color plants, walls and fences.USDA zones: 6 to 9Water requirement: AverageLight requirement:
Shrubs or plantings with red color
“View from zen garden” — carmartinez47
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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have been switching to sedge, thyme and succulants... so many beautiful plants to pick from, the lists are endless.
this is a little too modern, but shows the idea of planting in front of fence which will cover a good
that persistent voice on your shoulder that says you should go buy more plants. If you can’t have a water feature, grasses are the next best thing for
Fence, grasses, pop of color. Too much of one plant though. Needs to be mixed up, and needs more variation in foliage color.
requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 18 to 36 inches tallPlanting tips: Plant in fall or spring and pop out any unwanted pups when they spring up.
When it comes to touchable plants, this grass garden gives you two options in one space. In the front, a wide planting bed filled
“Grasses” — npmason
Sutton Suzuki Architects
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WYboy Ranch
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I like the wild looking plants with purple flowers
farmhouse/ ranch plantings- grasses, natives, lavendar, (oak tree a must)
terrace takes advantage of the surroundings and blends nature in by adding plants to the concrete area, using earthy colors and just making it simple.
oak thrives and looks best with other California natives and Mediterranean plants, such as manzanita, ceanothus, lavender and rosemary. Pruning out whole
“I like the wild looking plants with purple flowers” — mlangpap
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Dymondia margaretae replaces water-thirsty lawn
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two in a pot. In fall, treasure its purplish leaves. In spring and summer, the puffy, fading flowers inspire the smoky name. When a plant threatens to outgrow
two in a pot. In fall, treasure its purplish leaves. In spring and summer, the puffy, fading flowers inspire the smoky name. When a plant threatens to outgrow
outgrow its container, move it into the garden as a background plant. USDA zone: 4-9 Water requirement: Moderate; do not overwaterLight requirement: Full
10-15 feet spreadGrowing tips: To control fast growth in pot, prune when plant is leafless or pinch back during the growing season.
into the garden as a background plant.
“color” — Rhonda Wagner
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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Planting in fall is the best time to garden.
Dont like. Too wild. Like plants are not clumped together.
of my planting and dividing in fall, so that when spring comes, all I have to do is go outside and enjoy the fruits of my autumn labor. The plants will
How long into fall that you can plant obviously varies by location: In the northern regions or at higher
savoring from the nearest garden bench.More:Make This Fall’s Garden the Best EverMore Houzz guides to fall gardening
Late-fall blooms, like aromatic aster, can provide another element of texture. Notice
5 great plants for borders and screens
“backyard design” — tjudon
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