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2014 flowers and foliage
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to stakes several times during the growing season, then cut down to encourage reblooming. Due to their sheer stature, they are always planted at the back of the border, which is a challenge to reach in midsummer. Dwarf Stars changes all that. At just 2½ feet tall, it can be grown closer to the front
Use in showlow at the top of the hill in the back of the house
to stakes several times during the growing season, then cut down to encourage reblooming. Due to their sheer stature, they are always planted at the back of the border, which is a challenge to reach in midsummer. Dwarf Stars changes all that. At just 2½ feet tall, it can be grown closer to the front of
to stakes several times during the growing season, then cut down to encourage reblooming. Due to their sheer stature, they are always planted at the back of the border, which is a challenge to reach in midsummer.Dwarf Stars changes all that. At just 2½ feet tall, it can be grown closer to the front of
“Hardy” — cys55
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Baron Patio
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the designers visions of the new back yard, a lot of re-grading had to occur. This grading would allow for the slope of the new patio and lawn to be very gradual and would eliminate having to build any retaining walls or steps.. The whole back yard sloped downhill back into the foundation of the house
Description: After meeting with the client and visiting the site for the first time we were able to get a pretty good understanding of the overall site. The back yard is a rather small area that was mostly taken up by a cement patio and walkway with a few timber planter boxes that bordered the garage. There was
damaged portion of the fence removed and the entire area completely regraded. Their only request was to leave the existing stacked stone wall at the back of the property in tact and all of the other fencing that bordered the property. they wanted to create an outdoor space that was big enough to entertain
“techo bloc inca walkway” — rydzik5
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Baron Patio
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the designers visions of the new back yard, a lot of re-grading had to occur. This grading would allow for the slope of the new patio and lawn to be very gradual and would eliminate having to build any retaining walls or steps.. The whole back yard sloped downhill back into the foundation of the house
Description: After meeting with the client and visiting the site for the first time we were able to get a pretty good understanding of the overall site. The back yard is a rather small area that was mostly taken up by a cement patio and walkway with a few timber planter boxes that bordered the garage. There was
damaged portion of the fence removed and the entire area completely regraded. Their only request was to leave the existing stacked stone wall at the back of the property in tact and all of the other fencing that bordered the property. they wanted to create an outdoor space that was big enough to entertain
“Walkway” — Alan
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
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Back Yard Perennial Garden in July
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Back Yard Perennial Garden in July
A July view of a back yard perennial garden featuring Echinacea, Shasta Daisy, Daylily, Lavender, Butterfly Bush, Roses, Hydrangea & Clematis. This perennial garden project is located in the NY Lower Hudson Valley. Landscape architectural design & contracting services in the NY & NJ areas. 845-590-7306
“Love the purple” — justinremodelaholic
Gardening with Confidence®
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Cut back summer annuals that are leggy just before we go on vacation. Gives them a fresh start
july..cut back annuals petunias need to be cut back for a fresh start
Southeast. "Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy," suggests
Cut back annuals: Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy. A good time to do this is right before you go on vacation; this way, you will be gone as the plants get a fresh start. Petunias benefit from this kind of summer pinch. This cutback from the ends of the stems encourages branching, resulting
Southeast. "Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy," suggests North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest. "A good time to do this is right before you go on vacation; this way, you will be gone as the plants get a fresh start. Petunias benefit from this kind of
“Colors and variety” — designerparexcellance
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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thrive. It does not need any special fertilizer or care. Deadheading is not necessary and would be too time consuming. Some gardeners like to shear back the plant in midsummer to encourage more flowers, but I have never done so, since it blooms until early fall anyway.
thrive. It does not need any special fertilizer or care. Deadheading is not necessary and would be too time consuming. Some gardeners like to shear back the plant in midsummer to encourage more flowers, but I have never done so, since it blooms until early fall anyway. By late summer the billowing foliage
the plants have been used to line a pathway. If this happens simply insert a series of twigs or sticks in a crisscross pattern to discreetly hold them back. The clumps will spread and can be divided and transplanted to other areas in early spring or late fall.
“Color” — maijacs
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
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Less Lawn More Garden
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do we have a "gravel" based garden room somewhere out back
great idea for back left corner of yard
Possible idea for back garden
Option for back garden area
“brick divider” — campbell3james
Mary Ellen Margolis
Eupatorium purpureum Joe Pye Weed
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subject of debate, but whatever the answer, these large, showy plants that were once considered weeds are now coming into their own. They’re ideal for the back of a border: Even the smaller varieties can reach 6 feet, and the larger ones can grow up to 9 feet tall. The leaves themselves can be a foot in length
joy pye weed: ideal for a back border, brush the leaves & you'll get a scent of vanilla. give plenty of water, rich moist soil
subject of debate, but whatever the answer, these large, showy plants that were once considered weeds are now coming into their own. They’re ideal for the back of a border: Even the smaller varieties can reach 6 feet, and the larger ones can grow up to 9 feet tall. The leaves themselves can be a foot in length
“SaveEmail Often-Overlooked Joe Pye Weed Who Joe Pye was is the subject of debate, but whatever the” — mommdva
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