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Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Ideabooks15,678
Questions10
Northwest so am no S.Cali pro, but a quick review shows Red Fescue (Festuca rubra, that is) is drought tolerant once established. Just call up a local nursery of good repute and you'd have a better answer than I could give. I am sure they are fruiting...the only non-fruiting ones I know of are a dwarf
Festuca rubra. I am not familiar with your specific climate in Tenessee. Much may depend upon your microclimate. I suggest consulting a local nursery or supplier.
“Grass and trees” — mleahy
Classic Nursery and Landscape Company
Sammamish, Washington Residence
Ideabooks484
Questions0
Classic Nursery and Landscape Company
“Garden” — kelleye
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Ideabooks4,686
Questions3
Hi. I purchased the rack at Southlands Nursery in Vancouver but I don't know who manufactures it. I'll try to see if there is any logo on the piece itself and get back to you if I can find more information out.
Rack of different sized plotted plants in set back (behind staff room) - entry to Anand Nursery area
“hanging vines” — efiaz
Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
Natural Landscapes
Ideabooks4,566
Questions3
Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
“rock patio idea” — Ivery Kaufman
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks10,134
Questions5
your area, normally they list if plants are deer and/or rabbit resistant. My favorite is highcountrygardens.com, then go find the plants in your nursery. If nothing else, take a nice stroll through that neighborhood and chances are I bet they'll tell you what plants work, people love to talk about
love to have beautiful approach to the house but I have struggled so much with those varmints, I just need help. Ironically I work at a very large nursery, I have asked everyone.
“Pare down and could be doable” — kabktb
dianne
Dianne Muyskens
Ideabooks7,990
Questions8
I found the pot at a nursery. Pots go on sale at 30-40% off the regular price at the end of the season.
Are you kidding me...are you really serious with "artificial"? You need to run, don't walk, to the nearest nursery and get some advice on plants that will live with little water. Please not artificial.
“Make a Boxwood hedge maze in the backyard” — flannie2
Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
Landscape Design and Installation
Ideabooks694
Questions4
Chinese Juniper. It has been trained at our nursery in a bonsai form and is about approximately 30 years old.
Thank you for your inquiry. That is a 'Juniperus x pfitzeriana 'Sea Green', also known as Chinese Juniper. It has been trained at our nursery in a bonsai form and is about approximately
“Treated posts cut at varied lengths for installation & from 3 -6 inches in diameter used as retainer” — Deb Garrison
Island Gardens Company
Pathways and Steps
Ideabooks791
Questions1
shade. Thrives in dry soils and is very drought tolerant. Somewhat intolerant of the heat and humidity of the deep South..." Check with your local nursery for suitability in your area of Georgia. It is a wonderful plant!
shade. Thrives in dry soils and is very drought tolerant. Somewhat intolerant of the heat and humidity of the deep South..." Check with your local nursery for suitability in your area of Georgia. It is a wonderful plant!
“Walkers low catmint” — pov59
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