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The New York Botanical Garden
Chionanthus Virginicus
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Fringetree, white fringetree, old man’s beard Origin: Native to the southeastern U.S. but hardy to colder zones Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit
“excellent near patio small tree - deciduous - two weeks blooming with fringe leaves in spring and fl” — gemini4627
Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens)
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Serenoa repens Common name: Saw palmetto Origin: Native to the southeastern U.S. Where it will grow: Hardy to 15 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 8 to 11; find
“San palmetto serenoa repens” — natalih
Le jardinet
Great Design plant - September 2012
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September brings a change in the air — it’s almost tangible. Cooler evenings have us hunting for our favorite sweater again, heavy morning dew reveals the cobwebs
cobwebs spun overnight by busy spiders, and an indefinable fragrance tells us that fall has arrived. Our gardens also begin to mellow as the sun arcs lower
“Switchgrass” — jmkaminski26
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
3 Reviews
Asters.JPG
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Symphyotrichum oblongifolium Common name: Aromatic aster Origin: Eastern U.S. Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 8; find
“Aromatic aster. Zone 3-10. 2' wide, & tall. Sept. &Oct.” — phlishie
Lang Pools Inc.
16 Reviews
Raised Wall
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awesome rectangle pool - but won't work for us
Like the waterfalls coming out from the wall. This would allow us to make full use of backyard.
“note: far wall with no walkway like we want to do. NOT materials. NOT waterfall” — B L
Fall Creek Farm & Nursery, Inc.
Brazelberries
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ookmark887Like37EmbedPrint ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLSCurrently Featured in: US Click "Embed" to display an article on your own website or blog. I have fond
blueberries was one of the deciding factors when we chose to move to the U.S. a year later. Yet again, however, it seemed that a great deal of space was
“garden” — marony8k
Plant Select
chamaebatiaria millefolium fern bush crop(1).jpg
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fernbush Chamaebatiaria mellifolium zones 4 - 8 native to western US
Fernbush - versatile shrub found on rocky soils in semiarid locations in western US. Flowers early to mid summer.
“fernbush very pretty” — dcweese
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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for a dryer climate the colour and forms of the planting is what interests us.
Dry sandy soil- that's us!
“Tall yucca or aloe tree” — janetkoenig
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