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The Balcony Garden
Breakfast Point
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to create a lounging and dining area with furniture, pots and plants that were in keeping with the Breakfast Point style. It’s important that balcony gardens
from the beautiful outlook. We were also asked to specify and supply the furniture for this project. ...
outdoor dining
“BLACK PLANTER WITH DIFFERENT SIZE” — aaronchenaiyong
The Balcony Garden
Breakfast Point
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to create a lounging and dining area with furniture, pots and plants that were in keeping with the Breakfast Point style. It’s important that balcony gardens
from the beautiful outlook. We were also asked to specify and supply the furniture for this project. ...
outdoor dining
“Succulents pot” — amclennan
Sarah Greenman
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Richland, OR: Robert and Linda
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You’ll know when you have fire blight; the tree’s branches and leaves will look like they’ve been burned. It’s a fast-moving disease that is difficult to eradicate
to three weeks, then bring them to room temperature to finish ripening. Keep late-ripening pears in a dark, cool room, then bring them into a warmer area
’Comice’ in a room with temperatures between 32 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit (0 to 4 degrees Celsius) for a month, then bring them into a warmer room to finish
You’ll know when you have fire blight; the tree’s branches and leaves will look like they’ve been burned. It’s a fast-moving disease that is difficult to eradicate
to three weeks, then bring them to room temperature to finish ripening. Keep late-ripening pears in a dark, cool room, then bring them into a warmer area
“pear or apple” — Nani Sa
J Biochemist
Amsonia hubrichtii
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Botanical name: Amsonia hubrichtii Common names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hubricht’s Amsonia
hubrichtii Common names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hubricht’s Amsonia
hubrichtii Common names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hubricht’s Amsonia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Medium Light
hubrichtiiCommon names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hubricht’s Amsonia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Medium Light
“Botanical name: Amsonia hubrichtii Common names: Hubricht's Bluestar, Bluestar, Arkansas Amsonia, Hu” — shepherd112
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Nepeta
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Walker’s Low catmint as groundcover in
GREAT INFO IN ?'s WALKER'S LOW CATMINT CAN GET LARGE - OTHER VARIETIES MAY CONTAIN BETTER.
Named for the English garden where it was first selected, Walker’s Low catmint has become synonymous with traditional cottage and perennial gardens
Botanical name: Nepeta x faassenii 'Walker's Low' Common name: Walker’s Low catmint USDA zones: 3-8 Water requirement: Regular water until established;
to use it. Named for the English garden where it was first selected, Walker’s Low catmint has become synonymous with traditional cottage and perennial gardens
your frost-friendly lavender replacement. With an open arching form, Walker’s Low catmint can also be used as a groundcover alternative and is an effective
“Walkers low carmint” — kedgerto
Monrovia
Dwarf Yedda Hawthorn, Rhaphiolepis umbellata 'Minor'
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bored with India hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis, not a true hawthorn) in the 1960s and '70s. It was the default plant for landscaping a ranch house — as a foundation
Rhaphiolepis, not a true hawthorn) in the 1960s and '70s. It was the default plant for landscaping a ranch house — as a foundation
bored with India hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis, not a true hawthorn) in the 1960s and '70s. It was the default plant for landscaping a ranch house — as a foundation
“nature” — sharmaarvind
Kate Bryant
parking strip gardens
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sp) is one of a handful of distinctive and iconic plants native to the U.S. West Coast. Nearly impossible to grow outside of California, Oregon and Washington
faintly resinous scent that perfumes the air, particularly on a warm day. And it’s a fast-growing shrub once it settles in. mediterranean landscape by Kate Bryant
Ceanothus thyrsiflorus thrives in a dry-summer and wet-winter climate. Once it’s established, no supplemental summer water is required. Light requirement: Partial
Ceanothus thyrsiflorus thrives in a dry-summer and wet-winter climate. Once it’s established, no supplemental summer water is required.Light requirement: Partial
“ceanothus” — e_dythe
Missouri Botanical Garden
Zizia aurea
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have black swallowtail caterpillars munching on this easy-to-grow plant; it’s much easier to control in the garden than the nonnative bronze fennel that
Baptisia Native from the U.S. Midwest to the East Coast There are many species of Baptisia; the most common
and its cultivars. Native to almost all of the Midwest to the East Coast, it’s a humidity-loving, drought-defying, clay-busting miracle plant. At a mature
have black swallowtail caterpillars munching on this easy-to-grow plant; it’s much easier to control in the garden than the nonnative bronze fennel that
“Golden Alexanders 3' tall & wide.” — phlishie
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