3,485 summer flower plant Contemporary Home Design Photos

Outdoor Decor and Design
Summer Plantings
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Metal Planter planted with the brilliant contrast of Lime Ipomea and Black Petunias. Yellow Canna Lily adds height.
Summer Plantings
Design Farm Group
13 Reviews
Asian Modern Bergen County NJ
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try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
Lily Turf (liriope muscari or spicata) - Summer flowers
and try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
little ones. Go ahead and try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
species I find truly effective is Liriope spicata (zones 4 to 10). This plant slowly spreads across the ground plane and creates masses so thick, I have
courtyard, designed originally by Wolfgang Oehme and James Van Sweden, the plant palette is mainly green. Australian native grasses such as lomandra and dianella
“Edging and fills spaces in the garden. Purple flower. Good green foliage!” — nancyburridge
Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
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dogs, keeping the old lawn in good shape required constant effort. The new planting scheme meets the client's goal to reduce maintenance
clumps have spikey purple blue flowers in summer/fall… frost hardy, can be in shade or sun, can be divided in fall for new plants.
sun and is often used as an edging plant. Large clumps can be divided in autumn after flowering to create new plants. Popular cultivars include ‘Royal Purple’
sun and is often used as an edging plant. Large clumps can be divided in autumn after flowering to create new plants. Popular cultivars include ‘Royal Purple’
Liriope forms dense, grassy clumps that are covered in spiky purple-blue flowers in summer and autumn. Low in maintenance, apart from the need to keep snails
“Liriope muscari” — florapost
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Camille Beehler Landscape Design
18 Reviews
Dorothy Lane
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what is the name of the plant in the foreground of the picture?
grevillea is 'long john' such pretty flowers
Hi Amy, the plant in the foreground is a Leucadendron salignum summer red. It is native to South Africa
Another example of drought tolerant plants.
Plant leucadendron salignum 'summer red'. South African.
plant in the foreground is a Leucadendron salignum summer red. It is native
“Design of garden idea for my garden” — kitbarton
WA design
9 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
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What are the small yellow flowers called
hi there, can you tell me the name of the silvery green plant? thanks
love these plants concept, textured and soft colours
the purple flower is an Allum love them!
onions, artemisia, and santolina are great plants for the high desert!
are both good filler plants; their soft foliage and inconspicuous flowers serve as a backdrop for more colorful plantings.
Lavandula stoechas. Their purple flowers resonate with the butterfly-shape lavender flowers and bring life to the border.
the edges or cut the plant nearly to the ground. After shoots have flowered, deadhead to encourage more blooms. If the entire plant becomes too woody, you
I feel it is a curry plant/bush...Love the mix of plants and colors
“Allium” — rnetta
Exteriorscapes llc
5 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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What are the plants that you used? They look great
Who is the manufacturer of the outdoor light behind the pot planting?
I'd like to plant some of these ideas and I can't figure out how to copy the photo.
Can anyone give me a list of the plants used here? This is a wonderful combination which I would love to replicate
have to use as much dirt. Not too much now, you still need the soil for the plants :-)
incorporate plants into your home. A container garden is a perfect way to benefit from the beautiful flowers and herbs that flourish in the summer. Choose
2. Bring in some plant life. Even if you don't have the space, time, or energy to have a summer garden, there are still plenty of easy and beautiful ways
Are these shade or sun plantings?...lovely mixture of plants and heights
“takes care of size issue!” — Pat K
Contemporary Landscape
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can you name the plants used here? thanks
what are the names of the flowers in this photo
This looks like a meadow planting, yet the flower types are more separate....might be nice to do some like this too!
splitting the perennial plants and replanting every three to four years to maintain their vigor, staking and tying to keep plants in order, and deadheading
surrounded by the plantings or are led through them by pathways. The perennial meadow gives us the opportunity to use a wide range of plants and grasses to
great amount of horticultural skill to create a stunning kaleidoscope of summer color. Garden designer Gertrude Jekyll included intricate, colorful borders
siding with lawn & chosen flowers
“Modern structure softened with plants/color combo of wood with salvia?” — sahilbakshi
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
1 Review
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
What happens in winter? What hardiness zones are best for this style of planting? Any in which it does not work?
"Carex sprengelii (low-mounding,grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia
Carex sprengelii (low-mounding,grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia 'Blue
carex sprengelii, allium Summer Beauty,Amsonia "Blue Ice", Molina "Moorflame", Stacjus
various grasses and flowers are interspersed to create a vibrant landscape. The mature deciduous tress shade the house in summer and allow the sun to
and low-maintenance garden. Before going crazy with wild grasses and flowers, plant a thick ground cover. This tends to work particularly well in weedy
“Meadow like groundcover” — ibuildbeers
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