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Genevieve Schmidt
Calluna vulgaris 'Long White'
reblooming perennials. If your garden is looking drab, head out to the nursery and pick up a few Scotch heathers (Calluna vulgaris 'Long White' is shown)
“contrast” — pattisteve2013
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Brewin Dolphin Garden Chelsea Flower Show 2012
forms.The 8-foot-high yew sentinals were sourced ready grown from a Belgian nursery and give a real permanence to the design. The rustic limestone pillars hint
“Gate” — swolfe08
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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Tiburon Hillside
always a winner. With so many amazing varieties now available at your local nursery, why not go and check them out?Creating an impact with these little beauties
“The strong colors of the kangaroo paws interspersed with other grasses and flowers.” — bldglouise
Erin Ponte Landscape Design
1 Review
Edible Garden
catnip, bay laurel and tarragon. Plant from 4-inch containers from the nursery.
“tomatoes” — Nani Sa
Boxhill Design
17 Reviews
Desert Retreat
lot of arms; one saguaro in the Saguaro National Park reportedly had 50.) Nursery-grown seedlings can grow more quickly and reach flowering stage within 15
“Door” — Becki
Amy Renea
Fall Decor
white, consider adding this great tree to your garden. Stop by your local nursery and grab one — or a few. Fall is the perfect time for planting, and you
“crepe myrtle” — setilt
Pete Veilleux, East Bay Wilds
California buckwheat
cultivars that grow lower, with a spreading habit, and are available at nurseries are Eriogonum fasciculatum ‘Theodore Payne’ and E. fasciculatum ‘Warriner
Bill Marken
California Gardener's December Checklist
hydrated before the frost hits.There are frost-protection products at local nurseries, but my thinking is that it's better not to have plants that need this
“Love this purple kale in the winter!” — ladytee17
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