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Berkeley Courtyard House
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what is this type of purple flower?
What are the small yellow flowers called
the purple flower is an Allum love them!
love the pops of round flowers popping out. different heights
I just love this combination & very easy to grow. Perfect for early summer!
spring and summer, orbed clusters of white, pink,
Love the little yellow flowers. Don't know the name. Would se them walking in Highlands
a mixed planting of 'Cotton Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and French lavender, Lavandula stoechas. Their purple flowers resonate with the butterfly-shape lavender flowers and bring life to the border.
spring and summer, orbed clusters of white, pink, purple, red, yellow and even blue flowers appear on the tops allium's tall, leafless stems, making the garden a living party. Floral lollipops poke their heads above surrounding foliage and give a friendly garden welcome. I feel like these flowers would be
“Flowers” — romannicole
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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what type of flowers are these?
What is the name of the orange flowers ?
The orange flowers are Arctotis 'Flame', a hybrid of the African Daisy. it is a great plant, gray green leaves, low growing and blooming early spring thru later summer, especially if dead headed a few times during it's bloom period.
gray green leaves, low growing and blooming early spring thru later summer, especially if dead headed a few times during it's bloom period.
red flowers--lovely in a large group
Sweet red flowers. They add a nice touch to the modern take on a pergola.
Red flowers waving in the wind say, "Hello!" to visitors in a strong, welcoming voice.
“Gerbier daisies” — usaelah1
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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aster Blue Skies; cut asters in half before July 4th to keep tidy, rounder shrub, slightly bluer flowers
low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from
See those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of the East
can really pick up the slack when everything else has lost its leaves. You could also use it as a shrub border, or as a front-of-the-border plant in a more formal design.
See those low, blue-flowering mounds? They're aromatic aster (Symphyotrichum oblongifolium) — native from the Rockies to most of
is amsonia gone yellow and aromatic aster (aster oblongifolius) still in bloom. To the left is an 'Autum Joy' sedum with burnt-red seed heads. When summer blooms are a distant memory, this diverse color palette nearly trumps that of mid-July.
“flower shrub” — mollyj26
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Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks10,251
Questions7
what are those beautiful white feathery flowers?
What are the beautiful plants/flowers in this photo?
The white flowers are Astilbe 'Bridal Veil'... It's a fantastic plant--tough as nails!
The white flowers look like Astilbe, but it is a little difficult to tell.
Astilbe bridal veil - white flowers
love the white and purple, mike of subtle color, tall grasses, and shrubs. Favorite photo yet.
Catmint and geranium rozanne add ever-blooming color down the front walkway throughout the summer.The walkway and the driveway are made of Chip and Seal, which has an asphalt base, then a layer of liquified tar topped with a layer of embedded crushed pea stones. This gives the look of stones without
Here are the best ways to use it: In a mixed perennial gardenIn a cutting garden (these were originally grown in Europe for for their value as cut flowers)In all-white gardens, including moon gardensFor foundation plantingsIn an all-astilbe border gardenEn masseAs a woodland border
“The walkway and the driveway are made of Chip and Seal, which has an asphalt base, then a layer of l” — carolbishop57
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia 'Blue Ice' (between Carex & Allium, not flowering in image), Molinia 'Moorflame', Stachys 'Humello', (darker pink flowers barely visible within Molinia).
sprengelii (low-mounding,grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia 'Blue Ice' (between Carex
carex sprengelii, allium Summer Beauty,Amsonia "Blue Ice", Molina "Moorflame", Stacjus "Humelo
A house with Prairie style landscaped with a variety of grasses and clumping flowers ...
meadow: carex sprengelii, allium "summer beauty", amsonia "blue ice:, mokinia "moonflame", stachys "humello"
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 and grasses. This type of landscape renovation solves the monoculture problems that are inherent with lawns. Greater plant diversity welcomes
“different grasses” — norrishouse
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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it's invasive. It should not be planted near wildland where it can escape. The really low green ground cover is Myoporum parvifolium, the pink-flowered variety (sorry, it doesn't have a common name...) Happy gardening!
milder climates (zones 8 to 9b) and in areas with drought or low-desert regions. An added feature is the flush of tiny white flowers that appear in spring and stay in the summer months. Although it's a tough plant that addresses erosion issues well, it does not stand up to foot traffic, because of its
milder climates (zones 8 to 9b) and in areas with drought or low-desert regions. An added feature is the flush of tiny white flowers that appear in spring and stay in the summer months. Although it's a tough plant that addresses erosion issues well, it does not stand up to foot traffic, because of its
“house” — kevstephb
Derviss Design
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Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
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What are the tall orange flowers on the right? and do you recommend planting them on a hillside that gets bright sun
The deep purple shrub in the far background is Loropetalum purple majesty. It has sizzling hot pink flowers in the spring and can become a large large shrub. It is evergreen/ er..
Hell Connie, there are two orange flowering plants on the right - the one with the larger flower and leaves are Canna Tropicana. In front of it , with the narrow strappy leaves and smaller flowers is Kangaroo Paws ( Anigozanthos). Both do great in bright sun and would do well on a hillside .
Purple tree in back - Loropetalum purple majesty. It has sizzling hot pink flowers in the spring and can become a large large shrub
“planting” — annmariebarker
Ann Kearsley Design
Perennial garden in late afternoon
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What are the plants with the purple tubular flower clusters?
HI Johanna, The purple spike flowers are indeed Salvias, including 'Caradonna' and 'May Night' varieties.
Beautifully planned with dense stands of flowers
beautiful combination of flowers and greens
have fresh flowers for the house
Love grass trees and flower beds
3. Flowering perennials. An almost unlimited number of flowering perennials pair well with roses. You'll want to choose other flowers that complement, rather than compete with, your roses, so look for perennials with smaller or larger forms, different leaf types and a variety of flower colors and
defines the landscape. But the exuberance of color is offset by a grassy strolling path that leads to a small but effective focal point.Notice the shrub at the end of the path, centered between two huge shade trees. This detail creates a natural end point of the perennial garden and can be appreciated
“OMG so Beautiful” — sherrie1955
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