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Timothy Lee landscape design
Love the plants pavers stones and rock wall
good plants for back garden border
spacing of variety of plants including hydrangea, fronds like from iris, azalea, catmint, maybe viburnim behind there?
type of plant that may benefit from liming. While hydrangeas are perfectly happy growing in either acid or alkaline soil, the color of many mophead hydrangeas changes depending on the pH of the soil. Varieties like ‘Endless Summer’ turn pink when treated with lime and blue when given an acidic fertilizer
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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
What are the na mes of the different plants
first plant is a Japanese Iris (I can't remember the exact one I planted but there are so many great ones to choose from in all shades of purple and white) , the dark purple plant is Cimicifuga racemosa 'Brunette', the lime coloured plant is a Euphorbia jaquemontii (I think) , the tall shrub is a buddleia
smaller plants in the front row are annuals...Brachycome (Swan river daisy) and the foliage on the front row near the cimicifuga is a double flowered Hellebore. The right side of the photo has Lavender 'Munstead', Variegated iris, Euphorbia wulfenii, and the annuals on the first row are Nigella (love in
Near the shed....The first plant is a Japanese Iris (I can't remember the exact one I planted but there are so many great ones to choose from in all shades of purple and white) , the dark purple plant is Cimicifuga racemosa 'Brunette', the lime coloured plant is a Euphorbia jaquemontii (I
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
Perfect potted plant combo. I want to this for new build
plant pot with stone floor nice contrast
Mixed container planting - Chondropetalum tectorum - Cape Rush, Jack Spratt Phormium, Festuca 'Siskyou Blue', Dicondra 'Silver
The Secret Formula for Grouping Plants in a Pot (10 / 10) Texture, form and contrasting foliage color enhance the composition
Love the container and the planting combo
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
tropical plantings. The garden is in the False creek area of Vancouver. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
Is the palm tree planted in the pot or behind it? If it is in the pot could I have the size pot you used? Thank You, Marilyn
palm is planted in the container. The container measures around 36" across. It has been in this container now for around 5 years and we fertilize about once every 10 days during the summer months. The container is made of a light weight fibreglass composite with a copper finish. One thing you have to
when you plant in a light weight container is that as the palm grows it gets a bit top heavy and can topple over in the wind. We had to dig it out and weigh down the container with bricks. I hope this helps! Glenna
of the plant to encourage a second crop. Pull individual chicory leaves from the outside of the plant or pull up the entire plant. You can remove the outer leaves of endive and escarole for a continuous harvest or simply harvest the entire plant. Harvest radicchio when the heads are full. In warm-winter
as the plants reach maturity; if they don’t, harvest the leaves and see if a head will form. Mustard greens like fertile and well-drained soil, and do best if you don’t plant them where cabbage crops have grown. Sow seeds 1/4 inch deep and 1 to 2 inches apart. Keep the soil most, and when the plants
Escarole Planting and care: Sow arugula seeds 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart or scatter them over a garden bed. Add a complete fertilizer at planting time. Once the seedlings have developed at least four leaves, thin to 6 inches apart. (You can eat the thinnings.) Keep
Great Design Plants
When to plant: Spring or fall
This is a great plant with charming flowers that can be pink or blue on the same plant. The leaves are very attractive, too. Another plus is that deer do not like it. Must get some more.
When to plant: Spring or fall Can plant among Astilbe for a woodland garden as makes good ground cover. Can use in containers or combine with silver foliage plants for an elegant monochromatic scheme. Prefers well-draining moisture-retentive soil. Cut back the flowering stems and the leaves after
Shady or partial sun plant, beautiful flowers and interesting foliage
fallWhen to plant: Spring or fall
Art in Green
keep the plant well pruned to maintain its bushy appearance. Botanical name: Soleirolia soleirolii (Helxine soleirolii)
Mist your plant often to keep it looking its best at all times. Place pebbles or bigger stones in a dish under the pot; this will allow the excess water to create humidity around the plant without your overwatering. Feeding: Balanced fertilizer if desired, though some growers state that fertilizer is u
Mist your plant often to keep it looking its best at all times. Place pebbles or bigger stones in a dish under the pot; this will allow the excess water to create humidity around the plant without your overwatering.Feeding: Balanced fertilizer if desired, though some growers state that fertilizer is unnecessary
Great Plant Combinations
winds, so planting it in a somewhat protected area is advised.
The beautiful planting combination below will thrive in full sun, average soil and a temperate climate, and is composed of deer-resistant plantings. Since the hardiness zones are given for each plant, look for similar substitutes if one of
winds, so planting it in a somewhat protected area is advised. USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Low once established Light requirement: Full sun for best color Mature size: 30 to 50 feet tall and up to 20 feet wide When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall.