97,706 poppy garden Outdoor Design Photos

A J Miller Landscape Architecture PLLC
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City of Syracuse
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It is an Oriental Poppy- Papaver orientale, there are many color variations, we also have a dark plum, black and white, pinks. Well worth trying in your garden as they provide no fuss and flower in late spring. The plants can be somewhat hard to find so I also buy them bare root from growers.
love the poppies amongst all the green
Island Bush Poppy: Light:SunZones:2-8Plant Type:PerennialPlant Height:8-36 inchesPlant Width:4-36
“Viburnum tormentosa (in background)” — East Chop Gardens
The New York Botanical Garden
Iceland poppy
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is this a poppy? or what is this flower?
Love the pop of color that the poppy makes.
Iceland poppy and other cool season annuals: pansies, stock, violas
One of the signature trademarks of Matisse and fauvism was the use of complementary colors. Complementary colors are opposite each other on the color wheel. These are high in contrast and can add drama and excitement to a garden.
time for the holidays; later plantings can last through spring. Iceland poppy (shown) is a classic. Plant it now in masses for a lively cool-season display.
Plant flower seeds. Seeds for flowers like delphinium, larkspur and poppy can be sown now. Be sure to prepare your bed before sowing seeds — remove
Flowers by Christmas. Take advantage of one of the great payoffs of our region: Plant cool-season annuals (Iceland poppies, pansies, calendulas and more) this month or early next month, and you should have blooms by late November or early December. Blooming slows down a bit over the winter, then flourishes
“iceland poppy” — schrapek2004
Gardens by Gabriel
7 Reviews
Close-Up on Wabi Sabi
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different times of the year.) Being able to do this on the hillside both with pots, and perennials will give me the sense that I'm controlling some of the garden, and rest is up to nature each season. I don't want the yard to be too "bare" in the winter, and want some blooms at different times of the year in
“Wabi Sabi is the art of impermanent design. The homeowners requested a natural meadow with native pe” — rauc
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Avon Residence
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Oriental Poppies
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“Same” — Eleanor Smith-Litt
Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
8 Reviews
Design/Build Residential Landscape Styles
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There's nothing like a white picket fence to define a garden.
mantle, Oriental poppy, catmint, chrysanthemum, shasta daisy and candytuft. Tall later-blooming bulbs need larger companions, such as hostas, small shrubs and shorter ornamental grasses.
rockcress, lady's mantle, Oriental poppy, catmint, chrysanthemum, shasta daisy and candytuft. Tall later-blooming bulbs need larger companions, such as hostas, small shrubs and shorter ornamental grasses.
Mix with companion plants. The trickiest part of gardening with bulbs involves getting through
minor foliage of smaller bulbs like species tulips, muscari and crocus. Team midsize bulbs with perennials like rockcress, lady's mantle, Oriental poppy, catmint, chrysanthemum, shasta daisy and candytuft. Tall later-blooming bulbs need larger companions, such as hostas, small shrubs and shorter ornamental
“Massed hostas (Hosta spp, zones 5 to 9) and alliums (Allium ‘Purple Sensation’, zones 4 to 9) ar” — margielynnj
Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
1 Review
Natural Landscapes
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Thank you for asking! Some of the plant material we used in this project were California Poppies (Eschscholzia californica 'maritima'), California Gray Rush, (Juncus patens), Purple-leaf plum in the back over the bench, Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium, Achillea millefolium in the background, the lavenders
Hi Brigitte! Thank you for asking! Some of the plant material we used in this project were California Poppies (Eschscholzia californica 'maritima'), California Gray Rush, (Juncus patens), Purple-leaf plum in the back over the bench, Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium
I like the California Poppies (Eschscholzia
Poppies!!!! I've always wanted poppies
“landscape with color” — lianaberg
Hey Nice Garden
New Perennial Style
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In Oakland we designed a small front yard that packs a lot of color. This new perennial garden is low-water and provides a lush setting in contrast to the wide open walkway to the front porch. The clean symmetry of the path is offset by the wild display of flowering plants.
Sunny garden notice size of material
California poppy, and whatever the creeper is around
garden is packed...no need for mulch
“l” — elizruss2
Ann Kearsley Design
Perennial garden in late afternoon
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A private garden along Maine's southern coast.
what is the age of this garden?
this garden for me to call them out individually. There are roses, salvias, peonies, poppies, echinacea, daylilies, playtcodon, siberian iris, knautia, geraniums.........
salvias, peonies, poppies, echinacea, daylilies, playtcodon, siberian iris, knautia, geraniums
Love this garden and it's only a year old!
focal point.Notice the shrub at the end of the path, centered between two huge shade trees. This detail creates a natural end point of the perennial garden and can be appreciated from a long distance away. Imagine how the setting would look without this modest focal point, and you'll understand how valuable
“Garden” — roseqj
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