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Beautiful zen spring garden
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ornamental grasses, ferns and hostas. CROWN IMPERIAL
Crown Imperial Bulbs Zones 3-8 -Full to Partial Sun
Fall planting bulbs:Imperial Crown (Fritillaria imperallis)
3-8 full to partial Crown Imperials with ornamental grasses, ferns, hostas
Crown Imperial bulbs -- good for around patio.
Crown imperial......Fritillaria imperallis Deer resistant bloom April to may bulb
t, the crown imperial's leaves emit a skunklike odor when crushed.
Crown ImperialFritillaria imperallisThe showiest member of the fritillaria family, the crown imperial is an exotic-looking plant that produces clusters of pendulous 4-inch orange, yellow or red blooms beneath a spiky crown of green leaves. Plant in groupings and conceal dying foliage with leafy companion
“Deer resistant Fall flower” — Greg R
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Harvest rhubarb in spring. Twist - don't cut - the stalks. (Cutting causes crown rot.)
Rhubarb: Caution: Rhubarb leaves are toxic. When to plant: Plant the crowns, or roots, in late winter or early spring; if growing rhubarb as an annual, plant it in fall. Years
Giant, Strawberry, Sunrise, Valentine, Victoria Planting and care: Before setting out crowns, add plenty of compost to the planting area and create a low mound (for more than one plant, space every 4 feet). Set the crowns an inch below the soil. Water so the area is continually moist and mulch to keep the
stems, since that can cause rot to enter the crown of the plant. Instead, grasp each stalk at the base and pull with a gentle twisting motion.Photo by Dieter Weber via Wikimedia Commons
“Rhubarb” — Silver Brook Landscape Design & Installation
Cathy Rosenhaus Garden Designs
In Town Renovation
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Strawberries are low growing with attractive crowns, making them suitable for the front of a border or as an edging plant for garden paths. The edible front yard is a concept that’s growing as more
Strawberries are low growing with attractive crowns, making them suitable for the front of a border or as an edging plant for garden paths. The edible front yard is a concept that’s growing as more homeowners want to make their yards more sustainable with organic, fresh-picked produce.Combine strawberries
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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle of the hole that is tall enough that the crown of the tree will sit just above the soil line. Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread. Set the tree in place, spreading the roots
dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle of the hole that is tall enough that the crown of the tree will sit just above the soil line. Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread. Set the tree in place, spreading the roots
“relaxing and lovely” — nanneryl2
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
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Lorraine Vale
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Crown modeling on the outside of your French doors. Very interesting look .
This outdoor kitchen is filled with fabulous architectural details. Crown molding, Arts and Crafts trim and a blue painted ceiling combine for the wow factor.
“wall idea” — saj690
The Watershed Company
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Steps down through grasses and strawberries
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Planting notes. Gardeners in warm regions (California and Florida, for instance) can plant now, but most bare-root crowns are available in early spring and can be planted as soon as the soil can be worked. When the weather allows, clear space for new plants and amend the soil with compost to boost pH
“footstep ideas” — jridu
Cathy Carr, APLD
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Cathy Carr, APLD
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easily worked. They do not need any special fertilizers.Rozanne geranium does not need deadheading, but the whole plant can be sheared back to the main crown in midsummer if desired to maintain a more compact habit. Personally, I think this stunning ground cover should be left to do just that — cover the
“Without space between pavers” — mashak
kevin akey - azd architects - michigan
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kevin akey
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A fireplace at one end of the space is the crowning touch on this atrium-style swimming hall.
“staircase” — Minnie King
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