2,155 birds Landscape Design Photos

María José
Leptospermum scoparium
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low once established Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 16 feet tall and 9 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Attracts bees, butterflies and birds; tolerates coastal conditions and wind Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers in spring or summer When to plant: Plant in spring after the threat of
Very low once establishedLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 16 feet tall and 9 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Attracts bees, butterflies and birds; tolerates coastal conditions and windSeasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers in spring or summerWhen to plant: Plant in spring after the threat of frost
“Manuka tree” — felicitymb
Hortus Oasis
15 Reviews
Cocoa Beach Courtyard Garden
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to partial shade Mature size: 30 to 40 feet Benefits and tolerances: Crossvine is both heat and cold tolerant; blooms attract bees, butterflies and birds Seasonal interest: Evergreen leaves for winter structure and orange-yellow blooms from spring until fall When to plant: Fall and spring
vine for arbor/trellis, butterfly and bird attracting.
Sun to partial shadeMature size: 30 to 40 feetBenefits and tolerances: Crossvine is both heat and cold tolerant; blooms attract bees, butterflies and birdsSeasonal interest: Evergreen leaves for winter structure and orange-yellow blooms from spring until fallWhen to plant: Fall and spring
“If grows on new wood good.” — Dominique Remars
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Salvia 'Midnight' & Red Fountain Grass replace turf in this parkway
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climates, where it will bloom from fall until spring. It’s a tough plant that can take drought conditions and still look good. It’s also a magnet for birds and butterflies. Common name: Mexican bush sage, velvet sage Botanical name: Salvia leucantha USDA zones: 8 to 10; grow as an annual elsewhere Water
climates, where it will bloom from fall until spring. It’s a tough plant that can take drought conditions and still look good. It’s also a magnet for birds and butterflies.Common name: Mexican bush sage, velvet sageBotanical name: Salvia leucanthaUSDA zones: 8 to 10; grow as an annual elsewhereWater re
climates, where it will bloom from fall until spring. It’s a tough plant that can take drought conditions and still look good. It’s also a magnet for birds and butterflies.Common name: Mexican bush sage, velvet sageBotanical name: Salvia leucanthaUSDA zones: 8 to 10; grow as an annual elsewhereWater re
“nice” — suzannewei
Pascale Land Design
2 Reviews
Humming Bird Buffet
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Aloe Ferox in the background, Penstemon, Verbena and Desert Marigold in the foreground. A great attraction for the Humming birds. Pascale Sucato
Humming bird attracting desert plants
Humming Bird Buffet
“Humming bird attracting desert plants” — elizabethhlandscapedesign
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks1,955
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Caesalpinia mexicana, Mexican Bird of Paradise
use of green and lush plantings, mexican bird of paradise tree.
“Pavers” — krystynahaha
ZH Design
10 Reviews
Central Pennsylvania Country Home
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the water feature are oak leaf hydrangeas. In front and below the water feature is amsonia. The large evergreen to the right of the water pump is a birds nest spruce. In front of the spruce is catmint and the grasslike plant at the very bottom is liriope. I hope this helps you. Good luck with your
Plum cherry, birds nest spruce and cat mint
“Country water feature” — T.Herriman Design
JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Photo Gallery various projects
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and hummingbirds and verdin birds love our ocotillo red blooms :)
three tier bird bath
“Staggered heights add a sense of depth, and the use of multiple bowls will enhance the soothing nois” — Hardscapes Outlet
Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
11 Reviews
Troutner Way Residence
Ideabooks628
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feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates dry conditions, wet soil, air pollution; prefers full sun but will take light shade; attracts birds Seasonal interest: Flowers are showy late summer into fall and persist through winter When to plant: Spring, summer or fall
feet tall and wide - Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates dry conditions, wet soil, air pollution; prefers full sun but will take light shade; attracts birds - Seasonal interest: Flowers are showy late summer into fall and persist through winter
feet tall and wideBenefits and tolerances: Tolerates dry conditions, wet soil, air pollution; prefers full sun but will take light shade; attracts birdsSeasonal interest: Flowers are showy late summer into fall and persist through winterWhen to plant: Spring, summer or fall
“steps” — edge200
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