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LDAW Landscape Architecture, PC
25 Reviews
Various Plantings
What are the yellow plants under the tree
Front Foundation Planting
interesting variety of plants
Various Plantings...foundation plants...foundation planting
“yellow low b under tree” — chrisivy
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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Commonwealth Avenue Garden
dramatic contrast between architecture and sky. Mature magnolias underplanted with hostas form a threshold into the historic brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses, and herbs; a paper birch and a wind-sculpted spruce lend dramatic texture, structure, and scale
birds; easy magnolia to grow; tolerates clay soil Seasonal interest: Early, prolific blooms on bare branches When to plant: Plant it in spring during active growth. (It can also be planted in fall before the frost.)
Cluster multiple trees, but remember the maximum size of the tree and its roots, and consider its mature size when you're planting it. Saucer magnolia reaches soaring heights for a patio tree but is also low branching.
“Magnolia” — Melissa Vliem
Bill Marken
California Gardener's December Checklist
be welcome! Plant cool-season annual flowers. You can still can plant cool-season annuals (pansies etc.) and vegetables (peas etc.), or flowering kale (shown), which is a flower-vegetable combo. Kale's colorful foliage gives it the advantage of looking good as soon as you plant it.Plant bulbs. Make
tender container plants under cover; under an eave is usually enough, except for the most tender plants and the coldest nights. Make sure plants are well hydrated before the frost hits.There are frost-protection products at local nurseries, but my thinking is that it's better not to have plants that need this
“Large pots” — str051458
24 Reviews
Patio Flowers
easy plants to find and tend.
Potted plant cluster
Potted plant arrangement. Deck?
is past can they stay outside 24/7. In hot weather don’t let the soil dry out, even if that means watering every day. Fertilize every two weeks. The plant should continue to produce leaves all summer.
plant grouping...display of plants...potted plants
“Potted plant cluster” — kestrel0314
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
other plants and really shine in the moonlight. Where it will grow: Grow as an annual in all zones Light: Full sun Water: Little to moderate Plant it where there is good drainage and cut it back periodically so it doesn't become rangy. Dusty miller handles heat and drought well. Other plants also known
Listed as an annual, but might be a tender perennial in our climate? Would be very pretty as a lower border with some deep green taller plant behind. Foundation plant, maybe? Something taller and dark behind, and this in front for contrast. So pretty!
to other plants and really shine in the moonlight.Where it will grow: Grow as an annual in all zonesLight: Full sunWater: Little to moderatePlant it where there is good drainage and cut it back periodically so it doesn't become rangy. Dusty miller handles heat and drought well. Other plants also known
“Dusty Miller (Senecio cineraria)” — Estudio Castaño
6 Reviews
Coral Gables Whole House Remodel
This Native Plant Hedgerow, comprised of 28 species of South Florida Native trees, shrubs and groundcover plants will provide privacy, and a natural look while attracting birds and butterflies.
Hedge, miami native plants, buffer planting
native plant hedgerow
landscaping plants for privacy
native plants...miami native plants
“the rocks” — rlburnley
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Shanti Garden
tranquility. All are punctuated by superb stonework and elegant and unique plantings. You will find very little lawn here and instead find flowering shrubs, trees, perennials, grasses, and even unusual and striking annuals planted to delight human and butterfly visitors. This exquisite garden is the result
what plants are used in this garden?
stonework with plants in the crevices
love the plants coming out of the rocks Maybe for the water feature?
“Rocks” — brookechester
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
24 Reviews
Curb Appeal with color
Planting beds along the perimeter of the lawn and in front of this house add a lot of curb appeal. The street strip is planted with drought tolerant plants that add year round interest right at the street.
Great hell strip combined with a city planted tree. I need to do this......
Love the plants between the sidewalk and the street.
Zoom on right front flowerbed to see great mix of colors and good height variations of plants
“Strip” — agry17
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