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Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
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would like some more color, but I like the plants
i like the flower beds along the foundation, the access to the patio from 2 doors and the way the pavers complement the color of the siding and mullions.
Dos tonos de colores de piedra y el arroyo
“Tree” — sdewitt925
Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
17 Reviews
Serene Backyard
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coloured posts
different color posts on fence
Arboles de colores
“landscaping” — plumtreeblossom
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Red Yarrow, Achillia spp
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showcase a winning combination of hot and cool colors.
Color violeta es una buena combinacion de colores frios y calientes
Great plant companions, like airy red yarrow and spiked purple salvia, showcase a winning combination of hot and cool colors.
Add to ideabook by Jocelyn H. Chilvers by Jocelyn H. Chilvers Plant perennials and annuals. Many perennials and annuals can be directly planted into the garden now for late-winter and early-spring color, as well as color throughout
Common Yarrow: Light:SunZones:3-10Plant Type:PerennialPlant Height:6-60 inches tallPlant Width:18-36 inches wideFlower Color:Red, yellow, gold, pink, or white flowers,
spiked purple salvia, showcase a winning combination of hot and cool colors.
“red yarrow” — frostdr
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
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The color of the plants and flowers
bring height, color and texture to a late-summer border. Great companion plantings include daylily, salvia, dianthus, Japanese anemone, boltonia, orange coneflower and sedum. USDA zones: 4 to 9 Water requirement: Drought tolerant Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 to 5 feet
?russian sage? - purple color and maybe ?nice smell? - same for lavernder?
weeks even in hot, sunny sites. It’s especially nice planted beside pathways where its fragrant flowers can be appreciated. Or use it to bring height, color and texture to a late-summer border. Great companion plantings include daylily, salvia, dianthus, Japanese anemone, boltonia, orange coneflower and
especially in areas with hot summers and little water. In the garden it can be treated as a showy single plant or massed together to create a soft cloud of color that seems to float over nearby smaller plantings.
“Russian sage” — sachisnana
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 04
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approved aquatic herbicides and algaecides, the coloring of the water in the photo I believe was the result of some chemical (algaecide?) having been applied a couple of days before. Most of the time the color of the lake is the normal dark blue , blackish color. They also place fish in coordination with
approved aquatic herbicides and algaecides, the coloring of the water in the photo I believe was the result of some chemical (algaecide?) having been applied a couple of days before. Most of the time the color of the lake is the normal dark blue , blackish color. They also place fish in coordination with
“Awesome” — acevez
Le jardinet
Glass art
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The iridescent colors of the gazing ball pick up on the tones in the surrounding foliage. Design by Alyson Ross Markley Photo credit; Le jardinet
shade gardens to add some light, but what else can you do? Tuck a colorful, shiny gazing ball among foliage for a fun surprise and a way to introduce new colors. Notice how the iridescent pink and blue glass highlights those same colors in the adjacent coral bells (Heuchera sp) and dinosaur food, also
the way the color from the plant picks up the color in the gazing ball
by Le jardinet We use yellow and lime-green foliage in shade gardens to add some light, but what else can you do? Tuck a colorful, shiny gazing ball among foliage for a fun surprise and a way to introduce new colors. Notice
“garden art” — sd_kicks
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Love these colors and the layout.
Like using brightly colored containers to "pop" garden beds
Tip: Make a visual connection between small pots and their surroundings with color or plant selection.
and their surroundings with color or plant selection.
Dilemma 1: Small pots can get lost on a patio. This cobalt-blue pot is only 12 inches tall and wide, yet lives large thanks to its being placed in a raised garden bed. Notice how the colors of the container plants echo
blooming, the similarly colored coleus in the pot will continue the scheme. This small-scale design plays an important role in spanning the seasons. Tip: Make a visual connection between small pots and their surroundings with color or plant selection.
“Pot plant” — joaniealston
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
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Coral Bells (Heuchera) Coral Bells (shown here in front), comes in a wide variety of color options, and
Coral Bells (shown here in front), comes in a wide variety of color options, and as perennials in zones 4 to 9, they can tolerate temperatures well below freezing. USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find
a wide variety of color options, and as perennials in zones 4 to 9, they can tolerate temperatures well below freezing. Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun to light shade Mature size: 1 to 2 feet tall and 1 to 1 1/2 feet wide
Coral Bells (Heuchera) Coral Bells (shown here in front), comes in a wide variety of color options, and as perennials in zones 4 to 9, they can tolerate
“Container Idea” — eightyeight88
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