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Arthur Road Landscapes
London town garden
Volume of planting & almost-hidden path
Planting, shed...tall flowers...flowers walkway...Planting ang path...Curved path and planting idea...Just loved the flowers...Heights of flowers...Gareden with blue flowers...beautiful plantings...Yellow flowering plant...purple flowers
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
What type of plant is the one to the right of the photo?
On the tall plant to the right in the photo with the bushy blonde
invasive. They are threatening our natural areas in MD. I'd advise against planting these.
tall grasses in mass planting combined with a few flowering plants looks natural & fresh
Exuberant plants that move with the wind
Bushes and grass combined with purple flowers
Lucie--I like the Hydrangea in the corner---grasses and then purple flowers. Adding
Using plantings as building blocks doesn’t mean you are restricted to evergreen ground covers or clump-forming grasses. Here we see a planting that is
architectural design. Grasses, especially those with a mix of colors in their flower heads, make a great, slightly more contemporary substitute.
Huettl Landscape Architecture
what kind of plants are these and how wide and big do they grow? thank you
Unless you plan to never plant anything in the bed, the weed block fabric will make it difficult to change out seasonal plantings later.
Would be more striking if you plant them closer together and pair them with something else, like river rock.
plants/Those are Lavender - probably Grosso or Provence, with Penstemon
mass of lavender against a stone wall or fence, plant en masse, leaving room between for the shrubby flowers to grow. You'll have to deal with clumps of lavender
Spring to summerWhen to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
Add a layer of mulch around new plants. Mulch adds an extra
extra layer of protection for plants — especially new ones. A 2- to 4-inch layer of mulch will help retain soil moisture, keep the soil cool in summer and
a Blade of Grass
Country Farm House
Peastone driveway with antique granite curbing, perennial planting beds and evergreen screening.
colors, lots of flowers and no huge lawns
Flower bed...flowers in the foreground...farmhouse/cottage look of the plants...Red plants under windows...dirt and colorful flower combo...front planting, chip&seal drive...pretty flowers
Bret Achtenhagen's Seasonal Services
Plantings for off patio, drifts of plants vs spread out?
Like the plants in the forefront
Plant chices...Great plantings...Flower arrangement...LOVE flowers :)...Landscape flowers...Lovely flower entrance!...I just love flower bed...Flower bed...love the flowers!!!...Purple flowers
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
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What are the white flowers on the ground called?
the blue/purple spikey plant in the picture. Does this grow on the olympic Pensinsula of Washington???
what are the pink plants called? thanks.
HI -- The purple flowers look like "Salvia"
Planted by owner, not by us, could be as noted above...or a Salvia
Plant low-growing speedwells as a living-mulch ground cover in a shrub border or flowing between boulders in a rock garden.Planting notes. Speedwell is
'Royal Candles'), blue star creeper, tall sedum and annual geranium (pink flowers)
The plants that line the patio
a Blade of Grass
Country Farm House
Mixed planting bed of evergreens, deciduous trees and shrubs, and perennials.
The main shrub that you see in this picture is the blueish purple flower which is Hydrangea 'Endless Summer.' The ornamental grass in the foreground is
Type and variety of flowers and plants.
Flowers and design for front of garage next to taps
layered flowers and shrubs with ecinacea, strappies
these are plants that would grow
accented with classic planters filled with a wide variety of dramatic plantings.
Great combination of plants that will work here
8. Make a temporary focal point. Rather than plant a whole bed of flowers, plant a container garden so that it can bring summer color where it's most
affairs, they're often planted with the desired flowers and dismantled or thrown out when the season is over. A container planting with rich, warm hues,
influenced by it? Here orange may be the dominant color, with the bright flowers of the trailing Calibrachoa, but it is softened by the foliage of the coleus
coleus and Canna Tropicanna. A nice touch is how the little warm red flowers of the Cuphea Eternal Flame continue the theme.
Can you tell us what plants were used?