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Spice Ball™ Viburnum
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The same old-fashioned flowers and spicy fragrance of our grandparents’ shrub but on a more compact plant — that’s what Spice Ball brings to today’s gardener. It is well suited to smaller landscapes and is a stronger
Makes a great cut flower; has a dwarf form; suitable for windy locations; does not need staking Planting notes: Plant in fertile, well-drained soil; use as part of a romantic English garden design, within a traditional mixed border or in a cutting garden
draft start flowers for summer, plant
The same old-fashioned flowers and spicy fragrance
ned flowers and spicy fragrance of our grandparents’ shrub but on a more compact plant — that’s what Spice Ball brings to today’s gardener. It is well suited to smaller landscapes and is a stronger grower than other dwarf varieties. Botanical name: Viburnum carlesii ‘Spice Ball’ Origin: Garden hybrid
“Spice Ball (Viburnum carlesii )” — georgecasper
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Purple Fountain Grass
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Purple fountain grass is one of those perfect plants that provides color and textural interest in mixed perennial beds, meadow gardens and container plantings.
I love this arrangement, could you say what these flowers are?
fountain grass is the perfect addition to perennial garden beds as well as larger container plantings, and gardeners in nearly any zone can find a use for it. Its height makes it a great plant for the middle part of your garden, mixed in with flowering perennials or planted en masse for a more meadow-like
perennial garden; lends winter interest in its dried form When to plant: Mid-spring or after last frost
fountain grass is the perfect addition to perennial garden beds as well as larger container plantings, and gardeners in nearly any zone can find a use for it. Its height makes it a great plant for the middle part of your garden, mixed in with flowering perennials or planted en masse for a more meadow-like
“container2” — spiesskc
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Dream Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
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Dish gardens in interesting pots make a statement
spring flower pot for the patio
bigger and more profuse blooms. Keep your pansies consistently moist for optimal health and best results.More:Bright Plants for Flower Beds That Wow
Plant annual flowers and ornamental plants. Spruce up your container plantings and perennial beds with some bright-colored annuals. Good cold-tolerant
Hit the nursery. Pick up seeds, plants and soil for your pots. Have fun mixing different species; check out the tags for flower colors and heights when planning your planters and pots.Get the no-fail formula for grouping plants in pots
while. Give existing plantings a little TLC, remove dead leaves and spent blooms, and water well. If you have empty pots to fill, make a trip to the garden center and choose new plants. Be sure to select healthy plants that are suited to the light levels of your patio — and don't hesitate to ask for advice
“i like the the combo plants in these pots. greens and flowers are nice” — lindaolson55
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
25 Reviews
Curb Appeal with color
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This corner garden is great for the front west to hide utility box
Get colorful. There's no reason to avoid low-growing flowering perennials in this more public space —
in with the other plants in your front-yard garden. Avoid plants that have long tendrils or vining habits unless you plan to keep them neatly edged.
street to chase the cars when my owners keep planting these pretty flowers?
Get colorful. There's no reason to avoid low-growing flowering perennials in this more public space — in fact, they create a very
low-growing flowering perennials in this more public space — in fact, they create a very friendly and cheerful welcome. Choose plants that have a low profile or even a slightly mounding or cascading habit, and be sure these plants blend in with the other plants in your front-yard garden. Avoid plants
“Q” — justincin
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Shoshana
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How can I do these flowers?
Can you share how to do the flowers?? Thanks!
How do i recreate the flowers?
They are paper flowers you can probably get from Oriental Trading. They were nailed to the wall.
Anna's room - flowers on the wall
Flower idea for girls
Adorable flower wall
garden wall...Flowers on the wall...Flower wall...Flower on wall...flowers on wall...Flower walls...Flower detail...Cute flowers...Wall flowers
“Flowers” — mariacruz2
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
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This small, suburban garden feels both expansive and intimate. Japanese forest grass softens the edge of the terrace and adds just enough of a modern look to make the garden’s owners, urban transplants, happy. “My husband and I were looking for an outdoor space that had a secret-garden feeling,” says homeowner
landscape. The white and green plantings provide the perfect backdrop to my collection of colorful table linens, glassware, and china. We love our garden!” Dean Fisher loved it, too. “The setting is so lovely and relaxed. It evokes the south of France, with its intimate scale and the integration of house
flowers infront of window... love the hydrangeas.
“hydrangeas and plant mix” — bardzil
Nature's Realm
12 Reviews
Secluded Bellaire Garden Landscape
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Trying to build a similar raised garden, what type of wood did you use
have a raised garden bed like this close to house
retirement cottage courtyard - raised flower / herb beds
Herb garden near shed?
raised bed in small garden
Italian garden- shrubs around it
Garden and then put "cages"
elevated flower bed sitting area wall decoration
Secluded Bellaire Garden Landscape
Container garden...Raised flower bed...raised herb garden...raised garden...The herb garden...Garden boxes...Raised garden bed...Veg garden...Size of garden...vege garden 4...The garden box...small garden...for garden floor...herb garden
“Size of garden” — fmparker
FineLines Design Studio
11 Reviews
Little Garden
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In the raised flower bed.. is the wall dry/no mortar?
I DON'T SEE THE ANSWER TO WHAT IS THE FLOWER ON THE TRELLIS
pink one which is also called red Knock out rose because flowers are pretty dark pink , almost red when they first open. They also come in baby pink, yellow and rainbow. I hope this helps Thanks , Melda Clark
Can you please tell me if the flowers are pink roses?
Flower/Garden photos are a favorite of mine. Nothing like bringing the flower garden indoors and enjoying it inside the home
Great side garden; fountain or sculpture with raised beds for flowers, ornamentals, etc and out of way of walkway.
Origin: The species is native to the southeastern United States; Little Gem is a garden cultivar.Where it will grow: Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 7 to 9)Water requirement: AverageLight requirement: Full sun to light shadeMature size: 15 to 20 feet tall and 7 to 10 feet wideSeasonal interest:
“an idea for up against the garage wall. slightly raised brick garden bed with fountain and shrubs” — tasch69
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