906 planting wildflower meadow Outdoor Design Photos

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Berkeley Courtyard House
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hi there, can you tell me the name of the silvery green plant? thanks
love these plants concept, textured and soft colours
Like the varying heights of plants + the wildflower look
mounded forms appear and repeat themselves throughout this dreamy meadow — a rhythmic planting scheme that is alluring and unforgettable. Santolina in shades
globe varieties, have become very popular as accent plants. Here they stand over a mixed planting of 'Cotton Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and
Plant the unexpected. Bright purple allium, standing tall, adds color. Artemisia and santolina are both good filler plants; their soft foliage
I feel it is a curry plant/bush...Love the meadow look and colors....sunny meadow - allium and silver plants...This is what I imagine as a meadow
“like this wild look” — tmo10
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Outdoor Rooms
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beautiful combination of color and texture! Do you remember the name of the plant with the white flowers shown on center right of the picture? Thanks
more striking wildflowers...Plant dominance...summer plant combo...wildflowers mixed...Sage with wildflowers...Wildflower landscaping
“The purple flower is coneflower & returns ever year.. Also consider pink flower called skullcap” — Jane Peterson
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Agave in tapered steel container
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dense wild plantings with clean, crisp lines.
yard pathway areas- blending more formal Mediterranean plantings with grasses and trees
In addition to lending a welcome sense of serenity, meadows generally
In addition to lending a welcome sense of serenity, meadows generally attract birds and butterflies and provide a laid-back setting
and outside. Again, the planting idea here is simple. The repetition of the grasses looks more compelling than simply planting one of everything from the
the garden center. All plants are beautiful in the right context — the right plant in the right place creates magic.
Single species. Sticking to one species of plant takes all of the guesswork out of laying out your garden. A field of grasses covers the entire property
“Planter” — daviddfaulkner
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Tuscan House
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front lawn and do a similar planting to this photo. Thanks for your input!
What species of plant are the tall grasses with
8. Finely textured plantings. Much of the foliage
straight out of the lawn or meadow, like the olive tree and mass of lavender here. Trees like river birch even seem to prefer plants around their root zone
8. Finely textured plantings. Much of the foliage of Mediterranean plants has needles or is finely textured as a moisture-conserving adaptation. Many of
But too much is very bad for plants. Let’s also talk about mulch volcanoes. You know, mountains of mulch piled
Lots of lavender planted in side area.
“Mulch in the Garden WOW” — gferl
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Sedges
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should be a grass. It reminds me of loose neck goose strife. So what is the plant with diminutive white bottle brush on top of long stems. I appreciate in
into a short-grass meadow of sedges (the Carex genus of grasses). Carex grasses that are native to your region can be densely planted and allowed to grow
into a short-grass meadow of sedges (the Carex genus of grasses). Carex grasses that are native to your region can be densely planted and allowed to grow
every USDA hardiness zone. You can leave sedge unmowed for a taller, more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain more of a lawn look
have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
“Beautiful garden!” — Krugel Cobbles, Inc.
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
6 Reviews
Firepit and pool
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Nice surface transitions - from plants to manmade to crusher dust. (Crusher dust is an EXCELLENT
Meadow in the background patio area for wedding. Limited water needed
built part of this landscape is nestled into a beautiful meadow of undulating grasses and wildflowers.
no turf natural plants...meadow in background
“pretty yellow flowers! put in field” — lark3
Sarah Greenman
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Richland, OR: Connie and Obbie
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What zones are these plants best suited for? Absolutely beautiful!
static and a lively one.Keeping plant height in mind is also important when you plant. Generally, place taller plants at the back or in the middle, with
have any touchy-feely, stinky or talkative plants you’d suggest? Do you have any experience using the above plants in a sensory garden for children?More: Butterfly
Vary the plant height. A mix of tall and low plants, even if the difference is only a few inches, can make
anything about gardening, and I didn't have a plan. I'm learning as I go. If a plant does well then it gets to stay. Next year, I'll try more veggies.
Native plant 'look' - filled in
“Helianthus” — Nicolas Bétil
Bliss Garden Design
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Dry Garden, Palos Verdes
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achillea use here -- looks like a roaming meadow plant
garage. haul in river rock and and make a walking path with plants like this
Texture impacts both small and large plantings, and can be applied to any design style or habitat. Leaf texture is a function of leaf shape and/or size
plant combo- blue with yellow yarrow...backyard meadow, back line of photo
“Garden” — janieroberts
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