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Eupatorium perfoliatum
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zone); best planted if native to your area Water requirement: Moist to medium soil Light requirement: Full sun to 25 percent shade Mature size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Very low maintenance; great for rain gardens; an insect magnet Seasonal interest: Sports a head
your zone); best planted if native to your areaWater requirement: Moist to medium soilLight requirement: Full sun to 25 percent shadeMature size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Very low maintenance; great for rain gardens; an insect magnetSeasonal interest: Sports a head
“Botanical name: Eupatorium perfoliatum Common name: Boneset Origin: Native from the eastern Dakotas” — marinohio
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Opuntia X ellisiana, Yucca glauca.jpg
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most favored of all garden cacti is the paddle cactus (Opuntia sp). Some species are native to the Canadian prairies, making them hardy to zones 3 or 4 — hardy, maybe, but drenching sunshine and super well-drained soil are still mandatory. Here, we have a charming duo of Opuntia x ellisiana and Yucca
most favored of all garden cacti is the paddle cactus (Opuntia sp). Some species are native to the Canadian prairies, making them hardy to zones 3 or 4 — hardy, maybe, but drenching sunshine and super well-drained soil are still mandatory.Here, we have a charming duo of Opuntia x ellisiana and Yucca glauca
“Among the most favored of all garden cacti is the paddle cactus (Opuntia sp). Some species are nativ” — katpur24
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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pitcher sage, sage Botanical name: Salvia azurea USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Tolerates drought; prefers regular water in well-drained clay, sandy or rocky soils Light requirement: Full sun to some shade Mature size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide Benefits and tolerances:
Blue sage-3 to 4 feet tall, 1 to 2 feet wide. Full sun, low water
Common names: Blue sage, pitcher sage, sage Botanical name: Salvia azurea USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)
requirement: Tolerates drought; prefers regular water in well-drained clay, sandy or rocky soils Light requirement: Full sun to some shade Mature size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Attracts beneficial insects; easy to grow on your own from seeds; deer resistant Seasonal interest:
“blue sage grows well in full sun and medium to dry sols never putting p a fuss. Slowly spreads to fo” — patchp
Monrovia
Variegated Winter Daphne, Daphne odora 'Aureo-marginata'
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over. Delicate pink buds open to clusters of white flowers that cover the shrub from February to March. Winter daphne grows at a moderate pace to 3 to 4 feet tall and wide; it can be lightly pruned after flowering to maintain a compact shape. Moderate water keep out of hot midday sun.
over. Delicate pink buds open to clusters of white flowers that cover the shrub from February to March. Winter daphne grows at a moderate pace to 3 to 4 feet tall and wide; it can be lightly pruned after flowering to maintain a compact shape. How to use it. Plant winter daphne close to the house so you
over.Delicate pink buds open to clusters of white flowers that cover the shrub from February to March.Winter daphne grows at a moderate pace to 3 to 4 feet tall and wide; it can be lightly pruned after flowering to maintain a compact shape. How to use it. Plant winter daphne close to the house so you
“Daphne bush planted on both sides of front steps” — jmstavig
Missouri Botanical Garden
Turtlehead
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Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to half shade, preferring wet to medium soil, it’s pretty carefree, like the other
IdeabookEmail Photo Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to half shade, preferring wet to medium soil, it’s pretty carefree
Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Caterpillar Food Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to half shade, preferring wet to medium soil, it’s pretty carefree
“Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead” — ilbcnu
Mosaïcultures Internationales
Mosaïcultures Internationales 2013
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and variety of colors and textures. Small ferns, ivies and other plants with compact foliage are well suited for shady setups. •Select plants in 2- to 4-inch pots. Once planted, they'll spread and fill in your design. •Get a little crazy with your design. "Have fun with it," says Thompson. "It's like painting
and variety of colors and textures. Small ferns, ivies and other plants with compact foliage are well suited for shady setups. Select plants in 2- to 4-inch pots. Once planted, they'll spread and fill in your design. Get a little crazy with your design. "Have fun with it," says Thompson. "It's like painting
and variety of colors and textures. Small ferns, ivies and other plants with compact foliage are well suited for shady setups.Select plants in 2- to 4-inch pots. Once planted, they'll spread and fill in your design.Get a little crazy with your design. "Have fun with it," says Thompson. "It's like painting
“Living wall...cool design” — brookerce
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
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'Diablo' (in the background) shares the spotlight with a pot of 'Alabama Sunset' coleus (zones 10 to 11) and creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia, zones 4 to 8). The use of brightly colored foliage in front of 'Diablo' makes for a season-long show that is not to be missed.
little devil ninebark - max's @ 4'
'Diablo' (in the background) shares the spotlight with a pot of 'Alabama Sunset' coleus (zones 10 to 11) and creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia, zones 4 to 8). The use of brightly colored foliage in front of 'Diablo' makes for a season-long show that is not to be missed.
“plants that go with diablo ninebark” — honesty5491
PoolSupplyWorld.com
Savi X-Stream Melody Celestial Floor Kit - Star Floor Kit
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-Create a dreamy star effect with the floor of your pool -Full Color LED Lighting -9 Separate Color Programs: 4 static colors and 5 rainbow color-changing shows -Can be used as a stand alone feature or combined with other Savi pool/spa lighting systems -SKU: SV-CF-50-XM-100
pool -Full Color LED Lighting -9 Separate Color Programs: 4 static colors and 5 rainbow color-changing shows -Can be used as a stand alone feature or combined with other Savi pool/spa lighting systems -SKU: SV-CF-50-XM-100
AGT stones 3/4 " to add to gravel comes in aqua and blue green
poolsupplyworld.com/poolsupplies/poolli -Create a dreamy star effect with the floor of your pool -Full Color LED Lighting -9 Separate Color Programs: 4 static colors and 5 rainbow color-changing shows -Can be used as a stand alone feature or combined with other Savi pool/spa lighting systems -SKU:
“These beautiful underwater lights provide an ambiance great for entertaining.” — PoolSupplyWorld.com
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