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Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Succulent Wall Planters
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is being trained to grow between and eventually above the two planters - it's green foliage and orange flowers adding contrast to the predominantly blue - tone succulents. planters: Bright Green plants: the Succulent Source @ Etsy photo: Donna Lynn
handles the heat as it cools down a garden. This succulent is evergreen and produces summer flowers on long inflorescences. Echeveria ranges in shades of blue to gray and even dusty purple. Top picks include ‘Fire and Ice’, ‘Imbricata’ and Echeveria elegans. They are deer resistant. This plant is very
“Succulent wall” — Green Thumbs Up
Stefan Laport Landscape Architect IFLA
Rose Garden 2
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very different feel depending upon the shade you choose. An all-pink garden looks very feminine, as does a pink rose garden with other white flowers. If you want to lose a little sweetness and amp up the drama, pair pink roses with other flowers in shades of blue or purple. A Pink and red combo is more
“Fence line” — Donna Covert
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Senecio mandraliscae
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for backyard - if we stick with blue color theme
I like this succulent, Blue Chalk Sticks
Senecio- drought tolerant, full sun to part shade
Botanical name: Senecio mandraliscae Common names: Blue chalk sticks; blue finger and blue fries USDA zones: 9-12 Water requirement: Low water needs but tolerant of regular irrigation; don’t overwater Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade in arid climates Mature size: 1-2' h x 2-3' spread Tolerances:
Lavender. Botanical name: Senecio mandraliscae Common names: Blue chalk sticks; blue finger and blue fries USDA zones: 9-12 Water requirement: Low water needs but tolerant of regular irrigation; don’t overwater Sun requirement: Full sun to light shade in arid climates Mature size: 1-2' h x 2-3' spread Tolerances:
“front yard (under kids balconies but with some color)” — jebz
Realarchitecture Ltd
Umatilla
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I just bought sail shades from Costco!
Shade Sails...great idea for some shade
3. Say ahoy to shade sails. Shade sails make a sculptural statement while blocking up to 95 percent of harmful UV rays. They can be mounted via existing walls or poles, making them a versatile solution for a variety of spaces. Use a single shade or layer them — as in this custom design — for a more dramatic
dramatic look.Read more about shade sails
“shade sails” — oswego1
Soorikian Architecture
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Acadian Home
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bedroom ceiling and would like to paint it something other than white. Your blue is lovely outside. How do you think a color would work inside? There will be boxed beams in a cream white as accents. Thanks.
White and blue paint color please. Thank you!
made especially for ceilings. We applied Kilz and several coats of primer before applying the blue ceiling paint and all the knots in the wood bled through. We have since applied 3 more coats of the blue porch paint and it still bleeds through and there is now black mold appearing on my porch ceiling
what color is ceiling painted? I would loved to paint my porch ceiling the same color. Also is it darker shade than floor?
Try Benjamin Moore's chicago blues #804 for a similar effect.
“Celling” — robbcox
Michelle
frenchflair
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turning pink to turn blue. I've tried adding ph from the store to the soil but it did not work. Thank you, yours are lovely!
I live in the woods ( oaks mostly ) and I have a new flower bed I want to plant this fall; it is in dense shade. The bed only gets dappled
something for a focal point and I L. O. V. E. blue hydrangeas.Would they bloom with no sun or could you recommend something else. I live in middle Tn. Thank you, Mary
I believe its Aluminum that turns the flowers blue.
, hydrangeas thriving in shade as well as in full sun, but in both cases, I make sure that they are properly watered. They don't like dry soil. Mulch will help retain the moisture in the soil. One thing that you also have to know: If your soil is not acid, they won't be blue. Hope this will help you
“The flowers” — jake8
Glenn Layton Homes
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Front Doors
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Taupe and lupine blue with white trim. A preppy take on the classic beach-inspired pairing of sand and blue, this crisp shade of cornflower feels more New England nautical than Caribbean. Accessorize with classic white rockers or Adirondacks and Cape Cod–style lanterns.
Love the colour blue on this house
Glenn Layton HomesSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Taupe and lupine blue. A preppy take on the classic beach-inspired pairing of sand and blue, this crisp shade of cornflower feels
taupe with lupine blue on cottage
Taupe and lupine blue. A preppy take on the classic beach-inspired pairing of sand and blue, this crisp shade of cornflower feels more New England nautical than Caribbean. Accessorize with classic white rockers or Adirondacks and Cape Cod–style lanterns.
“Color” — leslie790
Contemporary Landscape
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What is the shade sail attached to?
Hi Margery, we are sorry for the late replay, it looks we missed the question somehow. So, to the answer. The shade is simply attached to the existing, high and old walnut tree with a sisal rope on one side and on the house, it is attached with a standard metal clip, usually used for climbing (look in
Thank you for your question. foreground: Perovskia atriplicifolia and Hemerocallis Redish plant: Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Rosea' Blue in the back: Agastache foeniculum white blossoms: Echinacea purpurea 'Alba' Landscape Slovenia We design gardens . We shape landscapes. www.landscape
In back could be an older lavender plant thats well established, the just barely reddish plant in front might be a salvia not sure about the twiggy blue plant behind the lily. This looks like an older cottage garden. There are usually a lot of seasonal magazines that specialize in cottage gardens and
“shade sail” — kristinfranco
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