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hanks for the question. The plant with the pink flower is an astilbe. Off hand I don't know which variety though. There are several pink varieties. The broadleaf evergreen next to the hydrangea is a chicagoland green boxwood, and I believe the perennial to the left of the hydrangea is a blue ice
ajuga ground cover good under large conifers
evergreen ground cover, Bugle Weed, (Ajuga reptens), zone 3. Invasive, put only in locations where it can be contained
Hydrangea for color and shrub. Nice low plantings with mulch.
Ajuga reptens ground cover for acidic soil. Around conifers.
Nice use of ajuga in landscaping shaded lot. Read the article on other ground covers.
I like this ground cover in the front with the purple leaves.
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Vines overhead, ground cover keeps eye moving
Near the fountain for a trelis
vines and groundcover highligh rose bushes
wisteria for arbor, maybe a small break wall and gate?
design fits in with house and lovely white rose theme. add cherry tree
overhead and ground covers that creep around the rose's base are the perfect bookends to your shrub roses' form. Vines to consider are passion vine (Passiflora spp, zones 6 to 10), moonflower (Ipomoea alba, zones 9 to 11), sweet pea (Lathyrus latifolius, zones 6 to 9), clematis (Clematis spp, zones 4 to 11)
Vines and ground covers. If you're using a wide variety of shrub roses that grow from 2 to 6 feet tall or taller, then your eye will naturally gravitate toward the midrange in your garden. And if you allow your eye to stop there, you're missing out on a lot of planting opportunities. Flowering vines that
mediterranean retreat in palo alto
love the color of the flowers (idea for patio covering)
Sort of what I imagine for the back (though this is more mod/sante fae).
The covered porch w flowers instead of boring awning
Den Patio: partially covered
Shropshire Lad roses
covered patio & flowering vines
Vines and ground cover.
climbing rose on arbor
love this covered patio
partially covered...outdoor covering...roses trails...Climbing roses...Climbing rose...rose vines...covered patio...covered walkway...What kind of roses?...a not roses.
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Northern Arlington Residence
It is ground cover called Liriope spicata.
low maintenance perennial ground cover replaces small lawn areas
front yard....swath of a single ground cover
Creeping lilyturf (Liriope) as ground cover
Low-maintenance perennial ground cover (instead of lawn)
Ground cover vs lawn - yes!
Replace small lawn areas with a low-maintenance perennial ground cover. creeping lilyturf
perhaps this can work for us too
ground cover - creeping lilyturf, periwinkle, creeping thyme,
for the hill in the back?
perennial ground cover. Small areas and those that are hard to access may best be served by this low-maintenance solution. Once established, a mass of ground cover has a simple, calming effect. Proper plant selection will eliminate mowing, reduce water consumption and drastically reduce the need to fertilize
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glory of roses. Would too much be just right?
Great idea for a sitting area
scale for my garden.” That’s reasonable; however, sometimes you can provide shade just where you need it. For instance, by constructing a simple rose arbor over a rustic bench, you’d block the sun while adding a sense of intimacy. The width of the canopy and orientation of the sitting area will dictate
climbing rose. Have a gardener or garden-savvy friend plant a climbing rose on your wedding day. This can also be done in containers if you live in an apartment or a home with a small yard. You'll enjoy watching it grow more beautiful with every anniversary.
plant for the right place takes some horticultural savvy, since you’ll need to match the growing needs of the vine to the garden’s soil and light. Another thing to keep in mind is that plants do not have off switches, so anticipating the mature size of a plant properly could save you hours of chores
Statile & Todd
Herringbone Brick Path In An Orchard
shrub roses. Clematis climbs the fence bringing complimentary colors to the palate for the roses.
this pink rose hedge please, thanks
Yes, these are knock out roses and provides lots of color spring, summer and fall.
Knock rose pink for my back yark
This is beautiful.I might change my white roses to pink.
trellis kind of fence maybe good for deers out but not too whatever
climbing roses on our west side.
I like the idea of a row of rose bushes.
trellis for clematis with roses underneath
Ever blooming shrub roses and clematis
shrub roses + climbing clematis for height difference
Rose garden under the wisteria in the "zen" garden
abundant rose blooms. Roses are in full swing right now. Let your roses flesh out; prune less in May so they grow taller. This is usually good advice for the first couple of cuttings. Then you can prune at will, remembering to cut the next five leaflets at an angle. Expert Pruning Secrets for Exquisite
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
climbing rose on iron gazebo serves as focal point in rose and perennial garden. photo: Donna Lynn
Can you tell me what the ground cover is? Thanks, Sheri Sue
climbing rose with large, open, yellow flowers grown by San Marcos Growers. photo: San Marcos Growers
Gazebo covered in vines for shade
Similar to our gazebo - But would cover it in grape vines for a neater look.
On top of back deck, cover in deciduous vine
awesome private space for a small yard
Awesome for the front yard space!
love little garden covered spaces like this one.
Plan-it Earth Design
is the ground covering? Is this a shady area?
great ground cover called New Zealand Brass Buttons - Leptinella (formerly Cotula) squallida. It looks like tiny ferns and makes a dense mat of 1" high foliage. It's evergreen in the more temperate regions, but otherwise perennial. It spreads quickly and tolerates part shade to sun. It's a grey-green
Nice ground cover to put around the fence area in back yard
Lush ground cover surrounding pavers.. Looks to be a shady area
Ground cover. Good for side yard
Ground cover, "Brass Buttons", zones 4-8. Can handle foot traffic and in temperate climes is evergreen.
Ground cover "brass buttons" zones 4-8. Can handle
usage of ground covers, and rightly so, as it is extremely effective. Whether it is an informal approach with irregular stone slabs or a modern high-contrast aesthetic with modular pavers, ground covers fill in the spaces between stonework and create a surface that is visually appealing and functional.