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Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
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all-American favorite, black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal for informal, cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial naturalizes beautifully and provides seed heads for winter interest. Among the top performers is ‘Goldsturm’, a reliable favorite with incredible
all-American favorite, black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal for informal, cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial naturalizes beautifully and provides seed heads for winter interest. Among the top performers is ‘Goldsturm’, a reliable favorite with incredible
prairie-inspired perennials and ornamental grasses, layered not in rows but in 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).
“Ideas for Northern Nevada backyard” — aborges775
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
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Spring tree planting **favorite. River Birch
street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and
street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and provides
street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and provides
“Path” — rcallahan13
GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Ceramics arts
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boulders. A huge rock (or three or four) can do wonders to bring focus to your garden — define a zone, add interest to a grassy area or accent your favorite spot with just one great big rock. Plain boulders are beautiful on their own, but painted ones are another option to consider for an artful twist
A huge rock (or three or four) can do wonders to bring focus to your garden — define a zone, add interest to a grassy area or accent your favorite spot with just one great big rock. Plain boulders are beautiful on their own, but painted ones are another option to consider for an artful twist
boulders. A huge rock (or three or four) can do wonders to bring focus to your garden — define a zone, add interest to a grassy area or accent your favorite spot with just one great big rock. Plain boulders are beautiful on their own, but painted ones are another option to consider for an artful twist
“round/oval stones” — Judy Teeter
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
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well-drained soil, but it will tolerate poor, dry soil once established. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. The dwarf, compact ‘Goblin’ cultivar is a favorite with its showy flowers and incredible bloom time. ‘Burgundy’ is another excellent choice that stands 2 to 3 feet tall with deep red flowers.
well-drained soil, but it will tolerate poor, dry soil once established. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. The dwarf, compact ‘Goblin’ cultivar is a favorite with its showy flowers and incredible bloom time. ‘Burgundy’ is another excellent choice that stands 2 to 3 feet tall with deep red flowers. USDA
well-drained soil, but it will tolerate poor, dry soil once established. Deadhead to keep the flowers coming. The dwarf, compact ‘Goblin’ cultivar is a favorite with its showy flowers and incredible bloom time. ‘Burgundy’ is another excellent choice that stands 2 to 3 feet tall with deep red flowers. USDA
“Blanketflower” — tnt1083
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
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This photo has always been one of my favorite outdoor shots on the site. Not just because the fountain has a dragon in a tub, but also because the rosemary, lavender, and olive tree landscaping is one of my absolute favorite combinations.
This photo has always been one of my favorite outdoor shots on the site. Not just because the fountain has a dragon in a tub, but also because the rosemary, lavender, and olive tree landscaping is one of my absolute favorite combination.
This photo has always been one of my favorite outdoor shots on the site. Not just because the fountain has a dragon in a tub, but also because the rosemary, lavender, and olive tree landscaping is one of my absolute favorite combinations. More: 10 Ways to Add Water to Your Home's Design Houzz Tour:
“Front yard fountain” — Mike Ricci
Michelle
frenchflair
Ideabooks7,187
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Hi Mary, Since l am not a horticulturist, before answering your question I consulted a very well done book untitled" hydrangeas",by Toni Lawson-Hall, and this is what the author says about shade and hydrangeas: "Most hydrangeas are natural woodland plants, yet this is not always taken into consideration
My Favorite flowering bush -- hydrangeas
My favorite flower - hydrangea in blue
“hydrangea” — cahart1953
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
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Creeping mother of thyme is a favorite low spreader and can even withstand foot traffic. Other plants that gracefully sprawl include lamb's ears, dianthus and cranesbill geranium.
This landscape features two favorite coast-loving grasses. The smaller grass in the foreground is blue oat grass, Helictotrichon sempervirens, which is an evergreen sun-loving grass that
Creeping mother of thyme is a favorite low spreader and can even withstand foot traffic. Other plants that gracefully sprawl include lamb's ears, dianthus and cranesbill geranium.
beautiful composition is simple and affordable. The experience of moving through tall grasses and watching their movement in the wind is among my favorites in the garden. Their height and density act as a living wall that is a perfect solution for defining and privatizing a space.
“Garden” — muireannj
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
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perennial favorite. Use them as stand-alone plants in mixed borders or display them en masse for an intoxicating effect.
Hardy hydrangeas are another perennial favorite. Use them
Hardy hydrangeas are another perennial favorite. Use them as stand-alone plants in mixed borders or display them en masse for an intoxicating effect.
“hydrangias” — alisont
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