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Lavender. Herbs.
very nice....note lavender at end....colour
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Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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thyme (Thymus vulgaris, zones 4 to 9). Shown: Lavender and society garlic
with roses Nearly any herb will do as long as the sun and water requirements
Nearly any herb will do as long as the sun and water requirements are similar, but my favorites are lavender (Lavandula spp, zones 5 to 10), yarrow (Achillea millefolium, zones 3 to 10), rue (Ruta graveolens, zones
requirements are similar, but my favorites are lavender (Lavandula spp, zones 5 to 10), yarrow (Achillea millefolium, zones 3 to 10), rue (Ruta graveolens, zones 6 to 11), feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium, zones 4 to 9), catmint (Nepeta spp, zones 4 to 8), parsley (Petroselinum crispum, zones 5 to 8) and thyme
Nearly any herb will do as long as the sun and water requirements are similar, but my favorites are lavender (Lavandula spp, zones 5 to 10), yarrow (Achillea millefolium, zones 3 to 10), rue (Ruta graveolens, zones
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Debra Campbell Design
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lavender along the path? would stay
Featured specimen, foreground- lavender (purple flowers)
fireplace outside, stairs on hillside, lavender mass planting...beautiful!
Lavender? Like mix of flowers as well as low water plants
Lavender planted along these steps welcomes visitors, including butterflies, to the patio. This evergreen shrub does best in warmer climates, as winter cold or heat combined with humidity may cause problems. If that's the case where you live, try growing lavender indoors in a container.Tip: Harvest flowers
Your patience will pay off when you have a mass of lavender spikes waving in the breeze every summer without any work from you, the gardener.
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Lavender and rock formations are nice.
Lavender and herb rockery
lavender, rock river, boulders
Arid with lavender...Lavender and rocks
“rock bed with salvia” — Lori Marcotte
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Lake Oswego Back Yard
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windy path along sides of yard, to enclose lavender or similar
pavers and lavender...herb garden idea...herb garden
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High Desert Tuscan
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Love the lavender and treadable ground cover.
Lavender, echinacea and creeping thyme (?)
Stone, groundcover, lavender
thyme and lavender. Gate.
Lavender and ground cover
Lavender in the Garden
lavender along the sidewalk
Gate, Lavender, pathway
Lavender and rocks...lavender, herbs...lavender path
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Cottage Perennial
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truth is, lavender can truly can mix or mass with ease. Just give it some space and make sure its feet stay dry. It will outperform most other herbs for years.
You cant go wrong with Lavender
The blending of grass iregular stone-work of path combined with lavender
Plant lavender in herb garden. It will outperform
The truth is, lavender can truly can mix or mass with ease. Just give it some space and make sure its feet stay dry. It will outperform most other herbs for years.
The truth is, lavender can truly can mix or mass with ease. Just give it some space and make sure its feet stay dry. It will outperform most other herbs for years.Browse more great design plants and garden ideas
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Lavender Hidcote buds
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Wands of 'Hidcote' lavender filled with buds ready for harvesting, taken by Barbara Pintozzi
Tells about the different types of lavender. I want to grow lavender
Herb Garden Essentials: Grow Your Own Fragrant Lavender This do-it-all plant
Lavender is a plant I could do in MI
Dry lavender. If you grow lavender (Lavandula spp.), harvest some just before the buds open, hang it upside down to dry, then use the dried buds in sachets or keep them on the stalks for use in a summer wreath.
Numerous varieties of lavender are available, but those grown most often are English lavender
lavender (Lavendula angustifolia or L. officinalis), lavandin (L. x intermedia) and Spanish lavender (L. stoechas). English lavender, given its common name for its popularity in English gardens and not its area of origin, is the hardiest and the best choice for edible flowers. Lavandin is the famously
“HOW TO GROW LAVENDER” — aubreysearcy
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