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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Davis Square Garden
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hybrida spp) cultivars spread aggressively. These plants are very effective in shade and sun, as long as they don't get too dry.
Windflower (Anemone x hybrida spp) cultivars spread aggressively. These plants are very effective in shade and
hybrida spp) cultivars spread aggressively. These plants are very effective in shade and sun, as long as they don't get too dry. Windflowers bloom in the late summer and have what may be one of my favorite blooms. They are downright mesmerizing.
Windflower (Anemone x hybrida spp) cultivars spread aggressively
hybrida spp) cultivars spread aggressively. These plants are very effective in shade and sun, as long as they don't get too dry
Windflower (Anemone x hybrida spp) cultivars spread aggressively. These plants are very effective in shade and sun, as long as they don't get too dry.
“Shade tolerant” — 7825890
Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks3,544
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named cultivars; straight-species flowers often have the flavor butterflies prefer and have evolved with, unlike many cultivars, which have been bred in favor of a certain growth habit or petal color.
named cultivars; straight-species flowers often have the flavor butterflies prefer and have evolved with, unlike many cultivars, which have been bred in favor of a certain growth habit or petal color.
example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll ignore the bloom. The "simpler" flowers — like purple or yellow coneflower, black-eyed Susan, Joy Pye Weed, mountain mint, blazing star and aster — are perfect, especially
“Colorful perennials for summer.” — franklyesoteric
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Chokeberry
Ideabooks842
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, the cultivar is 'Brilliantissima' (Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima'). It's an adaptable native shrub for full sun to part shade, zones 4-9. Outstanding fall color!
particular cultivar has stunning red fall foliage, hence the cultivar name Brilliantissima. The common name originates from the fact that the berries are technically edible, but so tart that they may cause choking. However, you can turn them into a tasty jam or jelly. Where it will grow: USDA zones 4 to
particular cultivar has stunning red fall foliage, hence the cultivar name Brilliantissima. You can turn them into a tasty jam or jelly. Where it will grow: USDA zones 4 to 9 Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 6 to 8 feet tall
“Brilliantissima [Red Chokeberry]” — miastensrud
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks3,980
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tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
North America honey locusts (Gleditsia triancanthos)-find thornless cultivar that grows to 40 ft. Fern-like leaves
there a cultivar that stays small?
tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
“Evelini jaoks töötab see pilt :)” — Priit Salumaa
Fullmer's Landscaping, Inc
cottage Garden
Ideabooks586
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choose cultivars such as ‘Miss Manners’ or ‘Pink Manners’ that are bred to behave. USDA zones: 3-9 Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade Mature size: 2 to 4 feet tall
choose cultivars such as ‘Miss Manners’ or ‘Pink Manners’ that are bred to behave.
choose cultivars such as ‘Miss Manners’ or ‘Pink Manners’ that are bred to behave
choose cultivars such as ‘Miss Manners’ or ‘Pink Manners’ that are bred to behave.USDA zones: 3-9Sun requirement: Full sun to light shadeMature size: 2 to 4 feet tall
“flowers and size” — joetan
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks306
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earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather than a creamy yellow one. The tubular flowers are a soft pink and begin to appear in May; they continue on and off throughout the summer, much to the delight of the hummingbirds. As temperatures dip in the fall, the foliage on this shrub
earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather than a creamy yellow one. The tubular flowers are a soft pink and begin to appear in May; they continue on and off throughout the summer, much to the delight of the hummingbirds. As temperatures dip in the fall, the foliage on this shrub
earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather than a creamy yellow one. The tubular flowers are a soft pink and begin to appear in May; they continue on and off throughout the summer, much to the delight of the hummingbirds. As temperatures dip in the fall, the foliage on this shrub
“weigela always a good choice” — etobi
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks549
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coggyygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8
Purple Smoke Tree (Continus coggygria cultivars) - prefer Full to Part sun
Color palette Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) beauty will grow into a tree, it's often cut
purple cultivars include 'Royal Purple', 'Velvet Cloak', and the more reddish 'Grace'. All prefer full to part sun.
Smoke Tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars) is a great tree.
coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8)
coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) is as common a site on the East Coast as the West, and though this low-water beauty will grow into a tree, it's often cut to the ground in late winter, a practice that prompts it to send up tall new stems with bigger leaves. (Don't cut it down if you'd prefer its smoke-like
“Purple Smokebush - We use this in gardens, relatively inexpensive deciduous shrub. Nice leaf shape” — Avant Garden Chicago, Inc.
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
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yellows, cultivars of Tulipa batalinii (Zones 4-9) are standouts. 'Bright Gem' is the easiest to find, and has the added cachet of powder blue foliage. 'Yellow Jewel' and 'Apricot Jewel' are two others. All bloom on short stems, 10 inches or less, pale yellow in April. Because these bulbs' parent hails
include cultivars of Tulipa batalinii, such as the yellow 'Bright Gem' (pictured here) and 'Yellow Jewel'. Good choices for naturalizing include T. clusiana and the fragrant T. sylvestris. USDA zones: 3 to 8 Sun requirement: Full sun, part sun Height: 4 to 14 inches Bloom time: April and May Planting
yellows, cultivars of Tulipa batalinii (Zones 4-9) are standouts. 'Bright Gem' is the easiest to find, and has the added cachet of powder blue foliage. 'Yellow Jewel' and 'Apricot Jewel' are two others. All bloom on short stems, 10 inches or less, pale yellow in April. Because these bulbs' parent hails
“with palms” — vhenry08
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