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Would you list the plantings? This is beautiful!
Like the flower arrangement North side along the fence Also like the path...use down by pergola
put same plants in same pattern on either side of
stronger overall design aesthetic, as in this Southwest-style Denver garden, where adobe walls support swinging saloon doors with an Old West feel. Soft plantings frame the door and make an appealing composition.
Can someone tell me the names of plants in this arrangement?
Does anyone know what the lower trailing, greyish plant that goes to the ground is?
The specific variety of the coleus is 'Sedona' and I believe the trailing silver plant is Lotus maculatus (common name Lotus vine or Parrots Beak) It can have orange or red flowers. Here's a link for more info on the lotus vine http://www.portkellsnurseries.com/plantdb.php?id=1556 I hope this helps
Coreopsis (perennial), yellow/pink dahila (tender bulb), rust-leafed coleus (annual), white-edged Euonymous (shrubby groundcover), and the silver trailing plant could be an artemesia (perennial).
the colour of the plants and how they compliment each other
Painted pots and choice of flowers & plants
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Large yard with lots of shade. What do we plant now for color next summer. Salem oregon
believe in using native plants for ease of maintenance and helping wildlife. I am not familiar with Oregon plants, and even so, planting now you may not have blooms on some plants for next year. I'd ask the PNW garden writer here on Houzz, or local university extension / native plant nursery (there are many
fuzzy plant to touch; the hairs protect it from cold spring nights.
Pasque flower and asters for butterflies
When to plant: Spring to fall
pasque flower (in zone 7) bloom in April in dry clay. blooms for several weeks. grows a foot tall in a slowly spreading clump, fuzzy, ornamental seed heads
fun, fuzzy plant to touch; the hairs protect it from cold spring nights.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Avila Valley Estate
I cut them back the woody areas were larger than the flowering areas - what did I do wrong?
I went to buy the rudbeckia from local nursery but it looks totally different from these red flowers. Could you please let me know the latin name for these
Blanket Flower (Gaillardia pulchella) Blanket flower is a reseeding annual that features trustworthy
blanket flowers for front row of bed?
Smallbright flowers near a smooth big rock
Great Design Plant: Blanket Flower Brings Year-Round Cheer
Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and let seeds fall to the ground when the plant is done blooming. Remove spent flower stalks after the first frost.
Long-Blooming Blanket FlowerIf you want a long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early in the
Aqua Caliente Residental
Hey! What plants make up this combo of purples and reds/pinks? Thx!!
Lavender on right, perhaps English, in back, Penstemon (pink), the white flowering shrub looks like Guara, lower plants towards front, Nepeta (cat mint) with purple flowers and Teucrium chamaedrys (germander) with pinkish flowers. I hope that helps!
Penstemon (pink), the white flowering shrub looks like Guara, lower plants towards front, Nepeta (cat mint) with purple flowers and Teucrium chamaedrys (germander) with pinkish flowers.
Flowering shrubs add interest and privacy
pinkish flowers. I hope that helps! Great combo for uo north patio!
Lavender on right, perhaps English, in back, Penstemon (pink), the white flowering shrub looks like Guara, lower plants towards front, Nepeta (cat mint) with purple flowers and
Is there a design plan for this? What flowers are used?
I would like to try and do this and was wondering what plants were used?
Is there a design plan for this garden, and a list of what plants were used? Thank you.
What zone is this garden in? (And I am also waiting to find out which plants were used as already asked
(Tithonia rotundifolia). Planted in spring after all danger of frost, it can easily grow to 6' tall in a matter of months. It's a great plant for cut flowers and attracting butterflies, especially Monarch.
So, these plants do good in FULL sun? what
think the white flowers in front are annual vinca (Catharanthus roseus), sometimes called Madagascar periwinkle. The purple spikes look to be annual salvia 'Victoria', and the tall orange flowers I think are annual Mexican Sunflower. All thrive in full sun.
Heidi's Lifestyle Gardens
Front Yard Gardening
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
flowers along path to the front door
white flowers. Looks full. Not sure how it will look year-round and I'd like to keep flowers in bloom for long season and the garden to look "filled in"
can you share the name of the yellow flowers? thanks
what are the pink flowers in front of the black eyed susans
“plant in masses and drifts - diversity. cone flower, black eyed susans, joe pye weed, mountain mint, blazing star and aster”
black-eyed Susan, Joe Pye weed, mountain mint, blazing star, aster, purple cone flower
irregular planting swaths to evoke a deep, lavish border. Some of my favorite specimens appear, including Joe Pye Weed, black-eyed Susan, Russian sage and silver grass (Miscanthus sinensis).
Start With What You PlantObviously, the first thing you can do to attract butterflies is to plant flowering plants
climates have it even better; many of these plants will continue blooming into winter. Some of the plants listed below bloom only in fall. Others may begin their bloom season earlier in the year. And some of the annuals that are normally considered spring flowers will flourish in the cooler fall weather