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Derviss Design
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Gualala Sea Side Heather Garden
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varieties of the heath and heathers in this photo will grow well in cold climates. I would suggest visiting a good Heather supplier's website and then
referencing the various species with your growing zone and site conditions. Heathers like good drainage, a modestly good sunny spot and slightly acid soil.
create a spectacular display of heathers by grouping them together, doing this emphasizes
The designer of the garden shown here created a spectacular display of heathers by grouping them together. By doing this she emphasized both their similarities
“colors” — Peter Jackson
Hans-Christian
Heidelandschaft / Heath
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Scotch Heather (Calluna vulgaris) Uploaded to Houzz with written permission; all rights reserved.
Heather (calluna vulgaris) rich acidic soil full sun drainage annual pruning.
Heather (Calluna vulgaris) makes a romantic sweeping ground cover of purple-pink. Heather plants are finicky; they require
Planting notes. Scotch heather prefers full sun. While you should avoid overwatering it, be sure to maintain adequate moisture. While It’s a very resilient
isn’t the easiest to grow and can be very particular about soil. Scotch heather requires sandy, peaty and very well-drained soil. It prefers very acidic
“Heath” — Lark Studio
Gardens by Jeffrey Bale
Smith/Garret Garden
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Smith/Garret Garden
“Decorative pebble patio” — clairemy
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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Big Picture Landscapes
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Garden for a Pisces
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The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and a couple of little cushion
The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and a couple of little cushion
“succulent garden” — Nancy Nicholas
Photos By Heather Fritz
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Monroe Georgia Oasis by White's Pools
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Heather Fritz
“Outdoor Fireplace” — sandyazzalina
Heather Scott Home & Design
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Southern Living Showcase Home
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You can order them through Heather Scott Hone & Design. Email us at info@heatherscotthome.com for pricing sand details.
“Swivel rocking chairs” — Padma's Plantation
R. P. Marzilli & Company Landscape Contractor
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Infinity edge pool, stone walls, perennials and lawn
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Infinity edge pool, stone walls, perennials, lawn Landscape Architecture by Stephen Stimson Associates
“pool” — Studio 511
Working Nature LLC
Forest Hills modern
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two things. is the 'love grass' there same as feather grass or Mexican heather? also, every time I see a Spanish dagger there trunk is straight but I love
Mexican feather grass which tends to crown rot easily here, or Mexican heather. We found the Spanish dagger like this in a specialty nursery in Fort Worth
“Fence” — natsweep
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