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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
Yes my mistake, the red plant in the front is Japanese Blood Grass. It can be invasive so use it carefully.
grass as a large block planting looks good
Your Hillside GardenCreativity is in order in planting a garden on a slope. If your garden is contemporary, with clean lines, a block planting of a single
this image into your plant design by crafting a blend of plants high and low in size, loud and subtle in color and texture, plants that move at the slightest
edging plant. It keeps a uniform size and shape, reaching about 18 inches tall.
what are these type of plants
“Pink” — Sandy Strobel
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
5 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Tall plants and alley shape design Attracks
..the plants are so pretty and low maintance
about the best ways to design the garden for native bees, so here’s how to attract monarch butterflies. From where to plant milkweed to how to leave water
varieties. You can add native plants yourself or do a major overhaul by working with a designer who specializes in native plantings. You can search Houzz to
borders and beds contain lots of tall plants — Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium spp) and ironweed (Vernonia fasciculata) and cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum) — that reach
g capacity. Lathouris composts all of the garden's green waste and doesn't use a watering system; the garden is extremely self-sufficient and sustainable
“Help butterflies” — qcryan
Terra Rubina
2 Reviews
Formal in Noe Valley
What is the plant to the right and on top of the lattice?
What's the name of the plant in the potters on the columns?
beautifully behaved. Golden in Autumn. Foliage holds red colour until late Summer. Branches are self-cleaning of dead leaves in Winter.
which the lattice was added overtop and then painted a traditional British garden green. This is all custom.
answer, probably won't be using either of those, need an evergreen plant for the PNW. Maybe an espaliered sasanqua camellia?
I like the plants and corner, may do something like this in my garden!
It's a "Bloodgood," beautiful and beautifully behaved. Golden in Autumn. Foliage holds red colour until late Summer
sun plants for front enterance way...back of garden - raised beds
“Depth” — edierob
the planter is stunning, and just right for the interior and the plant. We'd suggest painting from the top and the as you get to where the line is, just
succulents jade Crassula ovata tough plant
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Fan of the pot...not so much the plant.
“If underwatering is your downfall, tough succulents like this jade (Crassula ovata) will be forgivin” — janroze
Personal Garden Coach
1 Review
Monochromatic gardens
A stunning monochromatic garden in Lotusland. Two giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses
and a striking blue container. Design credit; ... Photo credit; Personal Garden Coach
translucent blue glass.All of these plants are drought tolerant and thrive in well-drained soil in full sun.
Blue in the garden. From the silvery blue-green
constipations.ET VOUS ?Utilisez-vous au quotidien les vertus de certaines plantes ? Lesquelles ? Partagez votre expérience dans la partie Commentaires ci-dessous
Moody BluesTalk about making a statement. The entrance to this blue garden at Lotusland, in California, has to be one of my favorites. Large architectural
I love the plants and the landscaping
“P” — krivers3
Are these used for composting and then planting or are they strictly raised beds?
Looking to build a raised vegetable garden..
part garden soil, one part peat moss and one part perlite or coarse sand. If using your own garden soil, avoid using soil near any diseased plants; it’s
granular, slow-release fertilizer to feed your plants over a period of time.Read more about Container Gardens on HouzzMore: How to Pick a Mulch — and Why
SoilThe best way to tell if a plant needs water is to feel the soil. If the first inch or so of soil is dry to the touch and the plant has average water requirements
a bagged mix or create your own, add an organic fertilizer to ensure the plants receive the proper nutrients to flourish. (Check the label on any bagged
Is the material safe for edible plants?
“raised beds” — lisaannand
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Eclectic Gardens
Blue nest spruce- Small evergreen with a blue color that would go well in a PNW garden. Evergreen
layering of various types of plants and flowers
Like the assortment of plantings, local climate
my siding, fence and garden pots. If you don’t raise caterpillars inside, make sure there are safe, deep, dense ares in your garden where they can form
squamata ‘Blue Star’ will spread to 4 feet with maturity in full sun; the plants have silver-blue needles, which provide good visual contrast.
of decks are great; so too are thick hedges and shrubs, or just densely planted areas (the latter provides more wildlife value to tons more species than
With large and small gardens, weed control is an issue, particularly in sunny areas. Though slow growing, creeping juniper will eventually cover a large
of types of plants and height...this is the garden i want
“Catterpillars” — Deb Rose
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Souveroff Residence
What are the plants shown here? I love the combination.
how was my guess on the red grass-like question? I guessed a dracena. Gardening is not my professional thing, but it is a passion. I am a big fan of your
Lavendar (right in photo)- Island garden + NE deck garden Bloom time mid-late summer
a bold or subtle garden accent. Its soft texture and low, spreading silhouette fill in planting gaps, complementing plants and gardens of all types. It's
Mixing Lavender Into the GardenLavender mixes as well as it masses, so try combining it with other blue-tone plants such as blue fescue, or contrast
half-inch of foliage, you encourage the plant to sprout new, more compact shoots. Shearing also keeps the plant evenly shaped.To shear, use handheld hedging
“Blood good maple, sunset breath of heaven, lavindusa lavender” — cstevens57
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