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Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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thyme (Thymus vulgaris, zones 4 to 9). Shown: Lavender and society garlic
with roses Nearly any herb will do as long as the sun and water requirements
Nearly any herb will do as long as the sun and water requirements are similar, but my favorites are lavender (Lavandula spp, zones 5 to 10), yarrow (Achillea millefolium, zones 3 to 10), rue (Ruta graveolens, zones 6 to 11)
requirements are similar, but my favorites are lavender (Lavandula spp, zones 5 to 10), yarrow (Achillea millefolium, zones 3 to 10), rue (Ruta graveolens, zones 6 to 11), feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium, zones 4 to 9), catmint (Nepeta spp, zones 4 to 8), parsley (Petroselinum crispum, zones 5 to 8) and thyme
Nearly any herb will do as long as the sun and water requirements are similar, but my favorites are lavender (Lavandula spp, zones 5 to 10), yarrow (Achillea millefolium, zones 3 to 10), rue (Ruta graveolens, zones
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JKT Associates, Inc.
Sonoma Back Yard Renovation
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Lavender and rock formations are nice.
Lavender and herb rockery
Arid with lavender...Lavender and rocks...staggered lavender...Love the lavender!
“Flower garden” — the3kidwells
Blooming Desert Landscapes
High Desert Tuscan
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Love the lavender and treadable ground cover.
Lavender, echinacea and creeping thyme (?)
Stone, groundcover, lavender
thyme and lavender. Gate.
Lavender and ground cover
Lavender in the Garden
lavender along the sidewalk
Gate, Lavender, pathway
Lavender and rocks...lavender, herbs...lavender path
“Lavender and rocks” — gjlenz
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Those are Lavender - probably Grosso or Provence, with Penstemon behind the wall.
Those are young lavender. They have since filled in completely at that spacing to the point of seasonally obscuring the wall.
love lavender, minimal water after plant is establish
airy look of coral bells and lavender
lavender plants. It’s best to buy named nursery plants to be sure you get exactly what you want. Seeds take a long time to germinate and may not grow true to variety.
Massing LavenderFor a 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 for a few years until they fill out and create the mass you are looking for.
“Lavender” — hcdahl46
McKinney Photography
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Tuscan House
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They're not grass; they're lavender. Either the French or English variety, not sure which.
olive tree and mass of lavender here.
All the wild lavender and daisy
is this lavender and how manageable is it???
field of lavender, olive tree, russian sage
Personally, I prefer the park-like look of trees with no mulch — trunks coming straight out of the lawn or meadow, like the olive tree and mass of lavender here. Trees like river birch even seem to prefer plants around their root zone, which better shade and cool the soil.All that being said, some studies
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
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i like densely planted lavender, maybe along the north fence behind the retaining wall?
Lavender & wispy plants in back
lavender, stone walls, grasses in distance
Mass of lavender around a stone wall creates lovely mystique.
Grass lavender patch ... Not the whole yard
Lavender is a plant you don't want to cheat on space; when clustered too tightly, it will grow leggy and reach for the sun. It is a slow-growing perennial as well, so be patient and give those small bushes space.
“Lavendar” — jmckiel
Sterling-Huddleson Architecture
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Napa
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another view of narrow herb gardens
Decide on your garden layout. Do you want a separate herb garden? Your options include a formal design, such as a knot garden, or a more casual garden bed. Should the herbs be in a series of containers, maybe on a patio outside the kitchen, where they’ll be readily accessible? Do you want to use some
“Series of low walls creating rooms, with stone steps to each level” — simpletote
Wheat's Landscape
Hume
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Gravel, boxwood, lawn, forest, fountain - great. Maybe roses instead of lavender?
Lavender and boxwood
Boxwood hedge with lavender ...formal
Lavender with hedges and stone
simple lavender and box combo
Boxwood and lavender
Lavender and boxwood for slope
Lavender for front pot?
Love boxwood and lavender together
boxwood, lavender, fountain gravel garden
and lavender...love the lavender...box and lavender...Hidcote lavender...lavender hidcote
“Shrubs are low-lying and well shaped” — jggaeta
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