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'Wild Romance' HebeProven Winners
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
Playa Del Rey, CA ResidenceStout Design-Build
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
Southwestern LandscapeDesignscapes Colorado Inc.
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
Flower beds with colors and different heights.
Love the wall - especially the gate and the flowers flanking
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
Soft plantings frame the door and make an appealing composition.
can you tell me the name of these orange flowers
The perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio adds texture and
The perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio adds texture and firm footing for the table. To successfully install a patio like
Accessorise with rustic garden furniture and raised flower beds, and voile! The perfect low-key garden just in time for summer.
The perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea
Creme FraicheProven Winners
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
When to plant: Spring or fall
Great plant for the green and white garden
Love the verigated leaves and the dainty flowers.
Pretty white flowers for up in
Creme Fraiche Deutzia (Deutzia graciis ‘Creme Fraiche’) zones 5-8 full sun, 1-2 feet tall and wide, white flowers in spring
feet tall and wideBenefits and tolerances: Deer resistantSeasonal interest: Spring to fallWhen to plant: Spring or fallDistinguishing 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 moistu
Pride of MadeiraCARL BALTON & ASSOCIATES
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
Jones RoadAdam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
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
2013 ALE: The Waverly ResidencePennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
only that privacy was important. Our main challenge was to find ways to provide the desired spirited and colorful landscape utilizing cooler climate plantings, and to push the limits on the abstract hardscape design without alienating the conservative community. We believe we have achieved our goals as both
encountered. The topsoil was stripped from the site prior to the start of construction and stored on an adjacent lot. We utilized a portable screening plant, processing the topsoil and adding about 1500 tons of additional purchased topsoil. We designed a modern and abstract concrete wall system to separate
screening was utilized to softly cloister the home and screen a large solar array that provides electricity for the home. A lush, almost tropical looking planting was provided for a large sunken area to offer relief to the lower living spaces. A rear terrace was constructed of exposed aggregate concrete. Near
What is the name of the plant with all the spears in front of the window? Thx
It looks like a yucca plant.
It is Red Trumpet Vine or Distictis buccinatoria. It's a wonderful vine that gets covered in large red trumpet shaped flowers. It is a vigorous grower but I wouldn't call it invasive.
other flowering and various green colored plants
beautiful flower combo. I want this garden
Planting idea for front . Note rock border and plant pairings
Interesting integration of distinct architectural plants that are
different heights for a front yard. I like the plants growing on the wall
The design and flow of the various plants, providing the eye plenty of "pretty" to look at.
Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the
Tulips in planting bedsConte & Conte, LLC
(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!
These flowers under the hedge row
Raised beds with flowers, gravel in between
When to plant: Spring Distinguishing traits: Disease resistant; larger flowers and longer bloom time than many verbena Planting notes: Use it in a large mixed container or as a colorful, drought-tolerant ground cover
Summer When to plant: Spring Distinguishing traits: Disease resistant; larger flowers and longer bloom time than many verbena Planting notes: Use it in a large mixed container or as a colorful, drought-tolerant ground cover Le jardinet Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers 2014 flowers and foliage
Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring Distinguishing traits: Disease resistant; larger flowers and longer bloom time than many verbena Planting notes: Use it in a large mixed container or as a colorful, drought-tolerant ground cover
Colorful PotsCasa Smith Designs, LLC
Everything is so pretty. Do you mind sharing what type of flowers are in the containers?
size of the plant is dependent on the variety of hydrangea you select. There are dwarf varieties (e.g., Cityline Rio Hydrangea) that only get 3', while others can grow to 10' tall and wide. The size of pot required is dependent on the variety of hydrangea you select. The larger the plant, the larger
Thank you very much. Next spring my flower pots will have the dwarf variety.
yes- colors- plants and like the brick
2. To break up an expanse of colourA collection of flowering plants in pots would look fabulous anywhere, but when they add a welcome splash of colour to a vast deck or patio, they are even more appealing. Stick to one colour (even white works a treat), or mix and match hues for an over-the-top pop of
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