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Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes November
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moist soils, ranging from sand to clay. Full sun is best for these late-summer bloomers, but I've heard of folks who have E. purpureum in full, dry shade and it still does well. As you can see, their rust-colored seed heads have a lovely sheen in late autumn. These plants will slowly spread each year
“Eutrochium fistulosum (Joepye)” — Maggie Breloff
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Costal Dream
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the sky and kept layering the white and clouds and adding to the water, the sand was connected at the horizon line by adding in the dunes with some shading and then putting in the grasses and some shells. Designs by Michele Michele Conti
Sandia Dain, a Smith + Noble in-home stylist
Custom Window Treatments
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Beautiful balloon shade application creates a relaxed spa atmosphere
Tonya Hopkins Interior Design
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Mueller
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woven wood shades
“limestone dry stack” — mrsjkj
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
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Plant Combinations
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very drought tolerant though better with regular water to avoid leggy branches. A favorite of bees. This plant comes in a range of flower colors, shades of pink, red,lilac, deep purple, white and magenta. A variegated leaf form of yellow and green with red flowers is Salvia greggii 'Desert Blaze'.
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
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used in cooking. Straight species, also available with chartreuse green leaves Both are drought tolerant and prefer full sun. They can grow in part shade but with a lot less bloom. What is wonderful is these plants bloom profusely in fall and to the start of winter when not much else is going on in
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
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blooms in summer. Back: Barely seen shrub is Coprosma repens 'Rainbow Surprise' Mirror Plant. Drought tolerant, prefers full sun but can take part shade. These plants are wonderful in a garden, they are variegated all year and come in different colors, then when winter chill sets they take on a warmer
“Foreground: Stachys byzantina (Lamb's Ear) Hardy ground cover, evergreen, prefers full sun, drought” — Oanh Mai
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Lake of Bays Cottage
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driftwood light shade...next project?
“Luminaire” — decochalet
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