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Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Lamb's Ear
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fuzzy stems. Of Mediterranean origin, the plants require full sun and well-drained soil that isn't too rich, so throw some gravel into the hole when you set the plants into the ground. They're especially useful along walkways and near boulders, as their soft textures contrast nicely with stone.
one of the most resilient plants; the plants require full sun and well-drained soil that isn't too rich, so throw some gravel into the hole when you set the plants into the ground. They're especially useful along walkways and near boulders, as their soft textures contrast nicely with stone
fuzzy stems. Of Mediterranean origin, the plants require full sun and well-drained soil that isn't too rich, so throw some gravel into the hole when you set the plants into the ground. They're especially useful along walkways and near boulders, as their soft textures contrast nicely with stone.
“lambs ear” — Michelle Kruithof
Missouri Botanical Garden
Rudbeckia maxima
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This is perhaps the most unusual Rudbeckia you’ll find. It has stunning big blue leaves and a strong set of stalks that reach up to 6 feet tall and can take any wind. Blooming in midsummer, R. maxima prefers soil on the wetter side but is adaptable. It also
Louisiana, southwest Arkansas and southeast Oklahoma This is perhaps the most unusual Rudbeckia you’ll find. It has stunning big blue leaves and a strong set of stalks that reach up to 6 feet tall and can take any wind. Blooming in midsummer, R. maxima prefers soil on the wetter side but is adaptable. It also
Louisiana, southwest Arkansas and southeast OklahomaThis is perhaps the most unusual Rudbeckia you’ll find. It has stunning big blue leaves and a strong set of stalks that reach up to 6 feet tall and can take any wind. Blooming in midsummer, R. maxima prefers soil on the wetter side but is adaptable. It also
“native to Oklahoma, coneflower” — fayeguinn
Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
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The garden is one of Tana’s favorite spaces, and it’s easy to see why. A Sombreuil (climbing rose) and tall cypress trees add to the bucolic setting. The size of the garden is also enviable, as Venice is a densely built area where it's becoming increasingly rare to find open outdoor spaces. by
Pavers --Sombreuil (climbing rose) and tall cypress trees add to the bucolic setting. The size of the garden is also enviable, as Venice is a densely built area where it's becoming increasingly rare to find open outdoor spaces.
The garden is one of Tana’s favorite spaces, and it’s easy to see why. A Sombreuil (climbing rose) and tall cypress trees add to the bucolic setting. The size of the garden is also enviable, as Venice is a densely built area where it's becoming increasingly rare to find open outdoor spaces.
“brick between paver's would work for my side yard walk” — r0ckin
Iris Design Associates
10 Reviews
Lake Thoreau
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the home to the water beyond. Naturalized plantings set among boulders and a series of flagstone steps connecting the upper terrace to a stone seating area set at the waters edge create distinct outdoor space while harmonizing with the natural setting."
“Like the stairs” — evaevangelist
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Beach House, Bainbridge Island
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For the water-facing side of the property, ornamental grasses complement the beachy setting. Feather reed grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’), shown at left, provides superb texture and moves with the breezes. Behind it is a
SOME PRIVACY FROM THE LAKE For the water-facing side of the property, ornamental grasses complement the beachy setting. Feather reed grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’), shown at left, provides superb texture and moves with the breezes. Behind it is a
Space 2: The Waterfront GardenFor the water-facing side of the property, ornamental grasses complement the beachy setting. Feather reed grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’), shown at left, provides superb texture and moves with the breezes. Behind it is a willow hedge that Treherne hard
“Plants” — carolamex
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Peterson Property
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Beautiful overall setting. Love it!
Table setting ideas...neat table setting
“multiple level patio” — jesussavedjoe
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Winter Birdhouse
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"Feeders hung from branches or wrought iron poles set in strategic locations can provide many hours of viewing pleasure," writes Vermont landscape designer Charlotte Albers. "Be sure to install your feeder
poles set in strategic locations can provide many hours of viewing pleasure. Be sure to install your feeder poles before the ground freezes solid.It's true that birds are the flowers of the winter garden, bringing color and joy!
Northeast. "Feeders hung from branches or wrought iron poles set in strategic
“Gerry help me with this” — pollitademigue
Pacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
4 Reviews
Prairie Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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or filtered afternoon sun. Plant 2 inches deep and 1 1/2 feet apart, with the leaf ends pointed in the direction you want them to grow. They can be set out in spring as well.
or filtered afternoon sun. Plant 2 inches deep and 1 1/2 feet apart, with the leaf ends pointed in the direction you want them to grow. They can be set out in spring as well.Louisiana irises are native to the lowlands and swamps of the Gulf Coast of the U.S.; they rival the color range of the bearded
regions, or in fall where there are hot summers and mild or moderate winters. They want neutral to acidic soil and full sun unless the summers are hot. Set bulbs 1 to 2 inches deep and 1 to 2 feet apart. Water regularly to liberally during growth and bloom. Spuria iris resembles Dutch iris, with leaves reaching
“Iris” — pegilynn
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