35 planting a wildflower meadow Craftsman Home Design Photos

Blue Ridge Landscaping
6 Reviews
Fall Landscape
Ideabooks5,270
Questions6
What is name of the yellow plant? Will it grow in NC?
This plant should do fine in zone 6, probably not much higher though. In West Michigan
the source of ragweed allergies, so go ahead and plant them for your fall garden. They’re hardy plants that don’t need great soil; they can handle full
Country lane red. Yellow plant is solidaro rugosa fireworks
Select the right plant. Instead of going overboard with many different plants, try to find one that will fill all of your needs
Select the right plant. Instead of going overboard with many different plants, try to find one that will fill all of your needs. This mass of Solidago
the source of ragweed allergies, so go ahead and plant them for your fall garden. They’re hardy plants that don’t need great soil; they can handle full
tall plant with many flower stems.
“Colors” — elisapoole0303
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
15 Reviews
Zero Lawn Xeriscape
Ideabooks6,217
Questions2
Are the flowering plants are annuals or perrienals? Names of them?
wildflower lawn...Flowers, plants - love this...The Plants!
“Color” — cr51191
Bret Achtenhagen's Seasonal Services
3 Reviews
Casual Craftsman
Ideabooks6,148
Questions1
Plantings for off patio, drifts of plants vs spread out?
Plant chices...Great plantings...playful, wildflower look...Nice plants...Variety of plants...Love choice of plants
“beautiful flowers” — psidoti
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
Pristine Acres is committed to offering the highest-quality, most professional landscape design/installation services with the best customer service in the Washington DC Metro.
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Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks10,279
Questions3
Hi. Would you happen to have a layout of the garden and types of plants? It is beautiful. Much gratitude
create such ordered chaos, I assure you there is nothing random about the plant placement here.
like the color combination & variety of plants
fine. Instead, create a cottage feel in a large garden bed, and let the plants billow over onto the sidewalk to soften the space.
use of plants in very small space
“good perennials front” — charitychap
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Eclectic Craftsman
Ideabooks1,254
Questions1
Could you please tell me the name of the purple-blossomed plant?
Hi Janet, thanks for your question. The plant you asked about is a late-spring blooming bulb called Indian Hyacinth or Camassia. ... James
mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover any dying foliage. Camas is also right at home in moist meadows, in
and walkways.They’re also eye catching when planted in naturalistic sweeps in meadows where other wildflowers, like prairie clover and cornflower, are allowed
mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover any dying foliage. Camas is also right at home in moist meadows, in
JunePlanting tips: Camassia does well in well-drained soil, but it can also thrive in moist soil.
“USDA zones: 3 to 11 Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade Height: 2 to 4 feet Bloom time: May a” — EARTHSCAPES LLC
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks5,951
Questions5
can I get that purple plant with the furry things to suvive all year.
I really like those purple plants but when I first planted them I put them in pot
can you tell me the names of the plants and flowers in the garden starting from left to right so that I can tell
Try Spring Meadow 486 by Benjamin Moore.
Spring Meadow 486 by Benjamin Moore. Love
Furry plant = Red Fountain Grass...I like the plant with the cat tails
“hmm” — Haide Ludwig
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks990
Questions2
I do not have the amount of plantings here, but when we get a rain lots of the mulch stays on sidewalk; sometimes
LOVE THE PLANTINGS AND THIS COULD HELP STOP TRAFFIC THROUGH SIDE OF HOUSE ONTO PORCH WHERE I WANT TO HANG SWING.
The plantings are amazing! Beautiful!...the wildflowers
“love the use of perennials and annuals” — janeholt1
Kerry Lewis Landscape Architects
1 Review
Millstone
Ideabooks0
Questions0
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