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Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
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Harvest lavender blooms before it gets too hot. The lavender flowers are at their peak when the bottom of the bloom is just opening; cut the stem down to the foliage. Gather the stems and tie them together. Suspend upside down in a hot, dry, dark location, such as an attic or a closet
Harvest lavender before it gets too hot. Flowers are at their peak when the bottom of the bloom is just opening. Cut the stem down to the foliage. Tie & suspend upside down in hot dry dark location - an attic or a closet. In 10-14 days the lavender will be ready to
LAVENDER Harvest lavender blooms before it gets too hot. The lavender flowers are at their peak when the bottom of the bloom is just opening; cut the stem down to the foliage. Gather the stems and tie them together. Suspend upside down in a hot, dry, dark location, such as an attic or a closet
“Tree corner” — karbear17
Missouri Botanical Garden
Turtlehead
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pretty carefree, like the other plants listed here. Turtlehead is host to the Baltimore checkerspot, which overwinters as larvae in the garden (so don’t cut down your garden in fall!).
pretty carefree, like the other plants listed here. Turtlehead is host to theBaltimore checkerspot, which overwinters as larvae in the garden (so don’t cut down your garden in fall!).
pretty carefree, like the other plants listed here. Turtlehead is host to the Baltimore checkerspot, which overwinters as larvae in the garden (so don’t cut down your garden in fall!).
“full sun , wet to medium” — Sue H Kennady
Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
11 Reviews
Two Rivers Residence
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months; when positioned near a wall or a backdrop of cedars, the branches will be even more obvious. Young stems offer the most intense color and can be cut for winter containers or simply put in a glass vase. These are small trees, growing to 20 feet tall, so they work well in small spaces — if the space
months; when positioned near a wall or a backdrop of cedars, the branches will be even more obvious. Young stems offer the most intense color and can be cut for winter containers or simply put in a glass vase.These are small trees, growing to 20 feet tall, so they work well in small spaces — if the space
“NEON PLANTS” — Monica Fanya
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Driveway and courtyard
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Those are just made out of cut slate and thin set.
plywood or poured concrete. The veneer acts simply as a facade. One thing that definitely drives up cost is mitered corners. This involves hundreds of cuts with a wet saw which takes way more time than simply, stacking, staggering and adding mortar.
Spill-ways made out of cut slate and thin set.
plywood or poured concrete. The veneer acts simply as a facade. One thing that definitely drives up cost is mitered corners. This involves hundreds of cuts with a wet saw which takes way more time than simply, stacking, staggering and adding mortar.
“Makes the wall interesting” — ghaderi360
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
Ideabooks3,226
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area is shaded and moist. Soil acidification is the best way to encourage moss to grow this way, although it can be successfully transplanted. Don't cut it too thinly, as it can readily dry out before it has become established.
area is shaded and moist. Soil acidification is the best way to encourage moss to grow this way, although it can be successfully transplanted. Don't cut it too thinly, as it can readily dry out before it has become established.
“Mossy pavers” — Katie Bosma
Melissa Gerstle Design
6 Reviews
Lee
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Late summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall, and pinch back growth regularly throughout the summer to encourage a tight-growing form. Cut back after the first killing freeze and mulch lightly over the winter.
mature size 2'-3' blooms late summer to fall plant in spring or fall; pinch back growth throughout the summer to encourage tight-growing form; cut back after 1st killing frost. Mulch lightly over winter
Late summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall, and pinch back growth regularly throughout the summer to encourage a tight-growing form. Cut back after the first killing freeze and mulch lightly over the winter.
“Fall asters” — cwhorizons
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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You’ll find it sold as H. autumnale, but most of these are actually hybrids. Sneezeweed is another good choice for attracting butterflies and to use for cut flowers
Sneezeweed is another good choice for attracting butterflies and to use for cut flowers.
You’ll find it sold as H. autumnale, but most of these are actually hybrids. Sneezeweed is another good choice for attracting butterflies and to use for cut flowers.
Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 3 feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Drought tolerant, deer resistant (in my garden at least), good cut flower, attracts butterflies and bees Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring or fall
“Common name: Sneezeweed Botanical names: Helenium autumnale, H. hybrids USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water req” — char8945
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Pacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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Prairie Ridge Landscapes Ltd
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Average to moisture-retentive soil Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 3 feet tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Makes a great cut flower Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall Planting notes: Siberian iris needs dividing every three to four years.
Average to moisture-retentive soilLight requirement: Full sun or partial shadeMature size: 3 feet tall and wideBenefits and tolerances: Makes a great cut flowerSeasonal interest: Spring to fallWhen to plant: Spring or fallPlanting notes: Siberian iris needs dividing every three to four years.
“no deer. Siberian Iris -30. full sun/partial shade.” — fesenjam
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