26 wildflower meadow seed Eclectic Home Design Photos

Golden Associates, Landscape Architects
Outdoor Patio with Fire Place
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scatter poppy seeds too
“this look? for floor?” — drdiana
CYAN Horticulture
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Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Vancouver, BC
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like the concept of a meadow lawn
Unlike a wildflower meadow, an area of land that is completely or primarily covered with semi-rough grass that will tolerate light foot traffic, a meadow lawn is an area created from an existing
naturally but controlled by irregular mowing and the removal of any unwanted plants. Meadow lawns can give gardeners all the benefits of the larger wildflower meadow but on a smaller, more manageable scale.
a meadow lawn is an area created from an existing traditionally maintained lawn. The lawn is
Unlike a wildflower meadow, an area of land that is completely or primarily covered with semi-rough grass that will tolerate light foot traffic, a meadow lawn is an area created from an existing traditionally maintained lawn. The lawn is allowed to grow naturally but controlled by irregular mowing and the
“natural lawn” — billscabin
CYAN Horticulture
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Naturaly-occuring planting on abandoned lawn, in Lotbinière, Québec
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Grass and Wildflowers - like a meadow
meadow at front of house!, no need mowing!!!
love the spring meadow look of the garden
low-growing wildflowers to flourish: Germander speedwell (Veronica chamaedrys), self-heal (Prunella vulgaris), birdsfoot-trefoil (Lotus corniculatus), bugle (Ajuga reptans), and lady’s smock (Cardamine pratensis).More: Meet a Lawn Alternative That Works WondersTell us: Have you converted to a mini meadow of your
“What happens if we don’t cut the lawn?” — Frank OrganOrgan gives those of you who are tired of mowing some inspiration from meadow lawns. Full story: Give Your Lawn a Taste of the Wild
“meadow lawn with oxeye daisies” — ccala
Amy Renea
Garden Tour
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Great Lakes, Red Iceberg, Reine de Glace, Summertime Leaf: Australian Yellow, Black Seeded Simpson, Lolla Rossa, Oak Leaf, Red Sails, Red Salad Bowl, Salad Bowl
When to plant: For spring crops, sow seeds or set out seedlings in early spring. (See thinning recommendations for spacing.) Continue
Yellow, Black Seeded Simpson, Lolla Rossa, Oak Leaf, Red Sails, Red Salad Bowl, Salad Bowl
When to plant: For spring crops, sow seeds or set out
element to your garden by planting an old rusted bucket or wheelbarrow with lettuces — even an old Wellie or toy dump truck can become a home for wildflowers. Let your creativity roam!
When to plant: For spring crops, sow seeds or set out seedlings in early spring. (See thinning recommendations for spacing.) Continue to sow or transplant every couple of weeks so you’ll have
“green for healthy” — tieuphuong
Wildflower Turf
Hobbit House Playhouse
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Turf covers the playhouse roof, which flowers throughout the seasons with native wildflowers. The inviting facade is a reflection of Tolkien's first few lines of The Hobbit: "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell .
Turf covers the playhouse roof, which flowers throughout the seasons with native wildflowers. The inviting facade is a reflection of Tolkien's first few lines of The Hobbit: "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole
“Hobbit House Corner.” — Rebecca
CYAN Horticulture
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Purple coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea) and grasses at the Montreal Botanical Ga
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and want to replant the native grass, 'Little Bluestem'. I have an existing meadow of this grass, but am replacing it where there is now just a 7" or so thick layer of construction sand. How difficult is it to plant by seed? I heard it takes months to germinate. Also, how would I be sure to get the right
Hello, Thanks for your question. You are lucky to have a meadow of Little Blue Stem (Schizachirium sp.) close by! My first recommendation would be to try to replicate the conditions existing in that natural meadow. If you can remove some of the construction sand, that would be a good
layers of different soil). Not to rich, this new soil: grasses get 'drunk' on it and weeds love it too much. It is possible to propagate this grass from seed. I don't know where you live so cannot recommend exact step-by-step procedure. However, if I were you, I would try plugs or small-size containerized
“Numerous flowering perennials make perfect natural companions to grasses. Dotted throughout the comp” — katpur24
Amy Renea
A Photographer's Garden Studio
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The arboretum is full of gorgeous, ancient specimens of various trees collected by the Pearces and abuts directly onto the meadow. Full of bright sun and wildflowers, the meadow is a grand contrast to the deep shade of the arboretum. The trees have been pruned into graceful, natural looking arcs that
Design, Exterior Spaces Here is another framed view in the same garden. A secondary doorway frames horizontals of green and deep aubergine in the meadow. This garden also offers framed views from the seating area through wooden gridwork panels. Add to Ideabookby Amy Renea by Amy Renea In this more
“potting bench in middle of yard with umbrella. good idea.” — nannybird5
Minglewood Designs
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Lincoln Wildflower Meadow
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Lincoln Wildflower Meadow
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