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'Wild Romance' Hebe
Ideabooks428
Questions0
Year-round in milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage Summer flowers Evergreen Planting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired. Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring. Plant it in well-drained soil and provide good
interest: Year-round in milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliageSummer flowersEvergreenPlanting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired.Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring.Plant it in well-drained soil and provide good
milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage Summer flowers Evergreen Planting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired. Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring. Plant it in well-drained soil
“Visual interest all year” — pasolover
Stout Design-Build
Playa Del Rey, CA Residence
Ideabooks2,283
Questions3
Drought tolerant / native plant material
Wondering what is the red plant on the left bottom corner of the picture? It looks gorgeous! Thank you!
What's the name of the plant with the pink flowers?
pink flowers are Calandrinia spectabilis, a succulent
Pink flowers and spikey varigated plant
I like the red spiky plant
Love all the flowers and plants
“plants” — lindale_nichole
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Southwestern Landscape
Ideabooks8,618
Questions2
Would you list the plantings? This is beautiful!
Anchor the space. Adding a tall plant at the back of the bed toward the center and two similar or matching plants at each end will help define the shape of the bed and give it some structure. It needn’t be a flowering plant; shrubs, small trees
Anchor the space. Adding a tall plant at the back of the bed toward the center and two similar or matching plants at each end will help define the shape of the bed and give it some structure. It needn’t be a flowering plant; shrubs, small trees and grasses
Adding a tall plant at the back of the bed toward the center and two similar or matching plants at each end will help define the shape of the bed and give it some structure. It needn’t be a flowering plant; shrubs, small trees and grasses can also serve this purpose.
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Creme Fraiche
Ideabooks749
Questions0
fall When to plant: Spring or fallDistinguishing traits:Variegated foliageWhite flowers in spring
NICE PLANT TO MAYBE PLANT IN YARD.
When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage White flowers in spring Planting notes: Plant in groups for sparkle in the landscape or as a filler in large containers. It does best in moisture-r
Creme Fraiche Deutzia (Deutzia graciis ‘Creme Fraiche’) zones 5-8 full sun, 1-2 feet tall and wide, white flowers in spring
tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Deer resistant Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliageWhite flowers in springPlanting notes: Plant in groups for sparkle in the landscape or as a filler in large containers.It does best in moist
“Creme fraiche deutzia” — kendravicknair
CARL BALTON & ASSOCIATES
13 Reviews
Pride of Madeira
Ideabooks9,534
Questions8
Do you suppose in West Virginia, I could plant Pride of Madeira as an annual, and save seeds?
What are the plant varities shown? Thanks!
how do you plant the bougainvillea to grow on the top of the structure shown?
bougainvillea is native to South America, i think? so a desert environment would be ideal for it to grow. i dont know about the other plant but it is spectacular!!:)
Gorgeous plant and color of the building
Climbing flowering plant mixed with a bushier plant up front.
These match the white pointy flowers - could go down path towards house
Link the house and garden with strong colors. If anything shouts baroque, the simple yet stunning planting against the complementary coloring of this house does.We can see how the yellow again creates the buffer between the strong colors of the mauve Pride
“I love these vibrant colors!” — la casa verde
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
Ideabooks1,566
Questions1
Statue and sense of freedom in the garden planting
like the plants surrounding the focal item .. grasses in the background with lower plants and pathway through the center ..
You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share of baby bunnies, but once the garden thickened, I saw few of them eating plants I didn’t want them to destroy. Perhaps the plant diversity is teasing them to another food source
Fantastic statue against soft grassy plants and herbs!
like the light play on the grass textures and tufts of plants
AT A GLANCEYou’ll love it if… You prefer relaxed, informal gardens with gentle sweeps of grasses, flowers and other plants. You’ll also like a seasonal look with seed heads and spent flowers left on plants during the winter so their seed is either spread naturally through the garden or to provide food
“sculpture” — Cody Boggs
Heidi's Lifestyle Gardens
1 Review
Front Yard Gardening
Ideabooks43,035
Questions7
landscape, can I get the name? Will they grow in CA? I recognize many of the species in the flower beds, hoping I can work this for my own yard! Thanks for the ideas, this is lovely.
I noticed that the design comes from MN, would these variety of plants work on the east coast (NYC area)? Also, I recognize some varieties but not the dense greens (herbs, perhaps?) can you identify those for me ;)? Love, love, love this. Thanks!
Beautiful design & choice of plants. This type of garden does require a lot of maintenance. Perfect for those garden lovers. I love the yellow / blue combo. We use that in our annual
Nasturtiums and flowers spilling into walkway
Love the nasturtium. Definitely want native (and drought-resistant) plants in the front yard.
“everything” — tonibehr
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Tulips in planting beds
Ideabooks7,037
Questions2
(Greenwich, Belle Haven, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) Coloful planting beds, thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for building these!
The flowers in this picture don't last that long. What is planted in the beds the ret of the year? I know the stems have to stay a while if a repeat performance the next year is desired to allow the bulb to store food for the next show but empty beds viewable from
In the summer the planting beds are converted into a veggie garden. Thank you for your interest!
We typically plant vegetables during the summer months! Thanks!
garden--- no fence,,, just a bed with perennial flowers
“Tulip planters” — willy_abbott
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