13,152 decorating autumn Outdoor Design Photos

Heffernan Landscape Design
5 Reviews
contemporary city patio and garden
Pretty dwarf grasses with hydrangea, roses and boxwood for structure coming into autumn
“nice landscaping” — adelec50
Terrascapes Landscape Design
Grasses and perennials dress up the entrance
Grow in light, average, well-drained soil in full sun. Cut back previous year's foliage by early spring. Propagation: Divide in late spring or early autumn. Sow seed in early spring at 55° to 65°F. Height 3 ft. to 6 ft. Spread 3 ft. to 6 ft. Growth Habit Clumps Growth Pace Invasive/Aggressive Grower;Moderate
“fountain grass popps out! can be invasive tho.” — topazi
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
autumn snakeroot
“Path” — 3rgz88
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Richland, OR: Robert and Linda
PearsFor home gardeners, pears fall into two categories: European and Asian. European pears are the familiar “pear-shaped” fruits that are an autumn staple. Asian pears, sometimes called apple pears, are round, fragrant fruits with a flavor that seems to explode in your mouth. Both can claim a place
“Like pears but could live without a tree. A possibility...” — Heather Garrison
Shin-boku Nursery
3 Reviews
Leaning Crabapple, in Autumn
Leaning Crabapple, in Autumn
“Leaning Crabapple Tree” — Rodd Wilcoxson
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
vanilla scent; attracts many butterflies; all varieties are somewhat adaptable to soil moisture Seasonal interest: Plenty of midsummer blooms followed by autumn puffs of seeds When to plant: Spring to midfall
“Swamp milkweed” — yalanda
Brian Maloney Design Associates
reaches 5-6 ft and lasts through the winter (turning tan in late fall). Calamagrostis KF has foliage only to 2-3 ft and its tall flowers are spent by autumn. M. Grac. does not flower in colder climates. The tall Panicum grasses make good screens too. They stay more narrow than M. Grac. Have fun!
“Grasses” — jhhattingh
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
More: How to Grow Cool-Season Vegetables Add to ideabook by Amy Renea by Amy Renea When to plant it: Sow seeds in late summer and early autumn for a fall crop; for spring and summer crops, sow seeds or set out seedlings in late winter (in mild climates) or early spring. Days to maturity:
“Plain” — Neil Wilson
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