118 planting wildflower meadow Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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gardens and meadows. Here, agapanthus and society garlic put on a multilayered show
Layering can take on an abundant, natural look that is perfect for casual gardens and meadows. Here, agapanthus and society garlic put on a multilayered show.
an abundant, natural look that is perfect for casual gardens and meadows. Here, agapanthus and society garlic put on a multilayered show.
colors. White varieties of African lilies scattered throughout a planting bed also help bridge the gap between the two shades of purple.
Layering can take on an abundant, natural look that is perfect for casual gardens and meadows. Here, agapanthus and society garlic put on a multilayered show.See
The big blue and white flowers looming overhead in the photo here are those of the oft-planted lily of the Nile (Agapanthus africanus, zones 7 to 11). It makes a great companion for society garlic, since both plants bloom at the same time, are from South Africa and thrive in more or less the same conditions
“Garlic” — pcmom1
McKinney Photography
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Tuscan House
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I would like to remove most of my front lawn and do a similar planting to this photo. Thanks for your input!
What species of plant are the tall grasses with white and purple blooms?
Lots of lavender planted in side area.
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 show
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 show
“lavender and russian sage” — chadstein
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Avila Valley Estate
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annual that features trustworthy blooms in shades of red, yellow and orange, making it a perfect addition to your fall-hued garden. Great for meadows and wildflower gardens” as well as for perennial beds and borders, blanket flower pairs beautifully with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia
Blanket flowers - will work in wildflower garden
Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 2 to 4 feet Growing tips: Plant it in well-draining soil; you may need to amend heavy clay soil so the roots don’t rot in winter. Blanket flower grows easily from seed and often reseeds. If the plants become too crowded or start to die back, divide in early spring
annual that features trustworthy blooms in shades of red, yellow and orange, making it a perfect addition to your fall-hued garden. Great for meadows and wildflower gardens as well as for perennial beds and borders, blanket flower pairs beautifully with ornamental grasses as well as rudbeckia and salvia
“Blanket flower” — cherylmoorer
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Best Project Shots
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Love the colors and mood of the wildflowers
aspens. Feels like a mountain meadow.
color, feeling,plants
The wildflowers
“Flowers. For the front by mail box?” — scintoaks
Franciscan Landscape
Aqua Caliente Residental
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Hey! What plants make up this combo of purples and reds/pinks? Thx!!
@ linmall: A few I can identify...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!
Need a way to be able to stop mowing the hill...I like these plants
back corner area? Too much, but maybe fewer plants
Big tufts of plants and flowers
Love the plants/colors for around stairs.
“Great natural combos” — 6320shar
Anne Kunzig
Drought Tolerant Gardens
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Plants--sea lavender, African daisies, and coreopsis
Drought tolerant plants/garden w/lots of color and texture.
wall used to house drought-resistant plantings
drought tolerant raised bed plantings
drought tolerant plants for slope
Meadow and lush...Plant ideas...wildflower bed...Plant design...slope plants...Wall& plants...climbing plant
“cement retaining wall used to house drought-resistant plantings” — sjsasken
Gardens by Gabriel
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Gardens by Gabriel Landscapes
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Love the combination of low plants/shrubs, fruit trees, and gravel/pebbles.
too sloppy because not enough elevation change = all plants are same height and thus looks like an unkept field. want better color pop.
Behind the house: cottagey orchard with d. Botanist plants
Low growing plants and gravel path
Side yard simple path way with plants
“path” — bbeinca
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
ORDER WITHIN NATURE
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Love this natural look! Name of low growing grasses? Other plants?
Great spread of plants as ground over instead of mulch or lawn
Nothing mulches like a nice plant ground cover and a diverse, vastly more interesting and layered perennial bed.
I know I dont live in a meadow, but line this
woodland edge meadow!!
HILLSIDE MEADOW LOOK
Dry detention pond plantings
just love a meadow...Drifts of plants...A magic meadow......Meadow look
“Grass” — markkaufmann
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