614 stem Outdoor Design Photos

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Great Plant Combinations - soft silvers and whisper whites
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and color to the summer garden. Each plant produces dozens of flowering stems, so when they're massed together, as in this design, the effect is of a soft
visible in spring and you are sure the danger of frost has passed, trim the stems to the new growth to shape the plant. USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)
and color to the summer garden. Each plant produces dozens of flowering stems, so when they're massed together, as in this design, the effect is of a soft
visible in spring and you are sure the danger of frost has passed, trim the stems to the new growth to shape the plant.USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)
“Whirling Butterfly flowers & unique blue garden art” — tymansingleton
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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bluestem joint fir (Ephedra equisetina)
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to central China This bright blue shrub resembles a grass, but its erect stems stand tall year-round with no need to cut them back. Bluestem joint fir is
equisetina) This bright blue shrub /fir resembles a grass, but its erect stems stand tall year-round . Grows 4 to 6 feet tall, 3 to 8 feet wide, and is
to central ChinaThis bright blue shrub resembles a grass, but its erect stems stand tall year-round with no need to cut them back. Bluestem joint fir is
beach - blue stem joint fir
“Zone 4b?” — Kara
Toad lily, Photo by Shotaku
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blooms of this Asian beauty are plentiful, nestled atop the plant’s graceful stems. Plant it near the front of borders or in containers where you can more easily
or yellow blooms. Favorite varieties include ‘Miyazaki’, with its arching stems of purple-speckled flowers, and ‘White Towers’, which sports pure white blooms
blooms of this Asian beauty are plentiful, nestled atop the plant’s graceful stems. Plant it near the front of borders or in containers where you can more easily
or yellow blooms. Favorite varieties include ‘Miyazaki’, with its arching stems of purple-speckled flowers, and ‘White Towers’, which sports pure white blooms
“Toad Lily (Tricyrtus hirta)” — bandiverse
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Winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum)
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bright green stems and profuse flowers can be readily appreciated. On a fence or arbor: Since winter jasmine does not climb on its own, the stems have to be
climb on its own, the stems have to be attached to the fence or arbor posts. There are two easy ways to train its multiple stems. Attach a trellis
unchecked winter jasmine will cover the ground with a rather unruly tangle of stems. When grown in this way, it looks best tumbling down a slope or stream bank
bright green stems and profuse flowers can be readily appreciated.On a fence or arbor: Since winter jasmine does not climb on its own, the stems have to be
shrub makes a great wiry textural accent with glossy green leaves, and green stems in the off-season, a perfect foil to its cheery, starry flowers in March
“Softens retaining walls.” — jenniferw1
Missouri Botanical Garden
Gray dogwood (Cornus racemosa)
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majority of them are gardenworthy — some for flowers; others for foliage or stem colors; still others for their graceful forms. This native dogwood produces
produces white berries that birds adore, and when the leaves fall, red stems are revealed. Also try pagoda dogwood (C. alternifolia) and redtwig dogwood (C
majority of them are gardenworthy — some for flowers; others for foliage or stem colors; still others for their graceful forms. This native dogwood produces
produces white berries that birds adore, and when the leaves fall, red stems are revealed. Also try pagoda dogwood (C. alternifolia) and redtwig dogwood (C
“gray dogwood (cornus racemosa)” — kmitchell22
The New York Botanical Garden
Floribunda rose
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floribunda rose with flowers that develop in clusters at the ends of the stems, making them ideal for cutting and displaying. It's a continuous bloomer
floribunda rose with flowers that develop in cluisters at the ends of the stems, making them ideal for cutting and displaying. continuous bloomer with a
floribunda rose with flowers that develop in clusters at the ends of the stems, making them ideal for cutting and displaying. It's a continuous bloomer
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Tim Cuppett Architects
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Courtyard
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creating a feeling of openness that is not always achieved with a single-stem tree. They provide the benefits of a larger foliage mass and often the decorative
creating a feeling of openness that is not always achieved with a single-stem tree. They provide the benefits of a larger foliage mass and often the decorative
“front entrance gate” — Lex Pelle
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
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Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
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promote good airflow and circulation. The stem-diameter rule does not apply, but remove any thin, spindly stems.
promote good airflow and circulation. The stem-diameter rule does not apply, but remove any thin, spindly stems.More: What to Do in Your Garden Now
“Sally Holmes rose” — newportfam
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