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Le jardinet
2014 flowers and foliage
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in spring Stands up to heat and humidity Planting notes: It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shade containers. Plant it in rich, fertile soil that drains well.
Sun or shade tolerant beautiful little blue flower great rockery plant
When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: • More resistant to sun scorch than other varieties • Blue flowers in spring • Stands up to heat and humidity Planting notes: • It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shade containers. • Plant it in rich, fertile soil that drains well.
Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: More resistant to sun scorch than other varieties Blue flowers in spring Stands up to heat and humidity Planting notes: It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shade containers. Plant it in rich, fertile soil that drains
“Silver Heart Siberian Bugloss” — dhagan1931
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks4,519
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A steep hillside is turned into a lush landscape using salvias, ornamental grasses, pomegranates and other easy care plants.
Can you share with me a list of plants, shrubs and tree's used here on this steep slope. It's truly fabulous. would love my steep hill to look like this. Rhoda Meade San Mateo, CA
ornamental grasses are common here. Would any of these other plantings work here?
grasses towards the top of the staircase are Miscanthus species. Below them to the right is a salvia leucantha and a pennisetum grass. The orange plant below the pennisetum is a phygelius and below that are the David Austin hybrid roses. On the opposite side , starting next to the lawn and moving up
and echium fastuosum, Growing out from that mass is a pomegranate tree. The strong silver plan is a helichrysum. - A fairly basic Mediterranean plant palette was used. Happy Gardening !
“Salvia, grasses” — themorethe
Jeffrey Smith
Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks1,625
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planting style for circular drive section
planting and retaining wall firepit designed into wall...
I think it would be nice if our hill was filled with plants like this
Yes please. Love the plantings
Mediterranean plantings
Plants. "Natural" setting. Fire pit.
like the plants and foliage
natural looking planting
slope planting...like the plantings...plants, feel...Plants and fire...plantings too
“pakaos” — sas_4
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks82,155
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What kind of plants can use in this sunny but cold and brizy weather any ideas will be really apreciated
What is the creeping plant growing on the fence
What is the white flowering plant?
know the roots do attach to wood, brick, or stucco. I planted one on a fence that adjoins the house and runners attach to the house but if not connected there should be no problem. The roots and runners do get to 1 inch in diameter.
if you plant a creeping fig on the fence away from the house would
Plantings and general appearance accept for grassy area
will keep weed growth down, nothing is foolproof. You will need to periodically remove unwanted plant material. The secret is to do it before things get out of control.
“Flor” — pedrogarcialopes
Francisco Fernandez/Aurora Palomar
Cuernavaca
Ideabooks4,693
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What is the name of the "long leafed variegated" plant?
Types of plants for down east side of house
Love the plants and the water feature!!
For the space between the new terrace and long plantings
I like this for the hillside by the creek. It's like jungle plants.
This waterfall is set in a densely planted slope. The mass, depth and density of plants make the garden. The water is integrated beautifully and doesn’t feel like it just came out of a kit.
“water feature” — Ian Wendler
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks1,930
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the plants go right up to the porch and really make the edge of the porch feel softened
grasses in the garden bed, and combination of hanging baskets and planted urns on the porch. Very similar to our porch style and house color, too.
taller plants up against house to soften the edges
garden plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array of plants and grasses in an equally mixed array of sizes that works perfectly with a farmhouse-style home.
Native plants and like-natives in a natural feeling
plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array of plants and grasses in an equally mixed array of sizes that works perfectly with a farmhouse-style home.
“flowers around porch edge” — sallysuejones
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
Ideabooks2,999
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Beautiful planting design. Could you identify the plants?
That's a beautiful layout. Can't wait to see it when all of the plants are established
this one has a nice variety of plants
I like the plant area, Minimal up keep and
and reds, and sporadic punches of gold and chartreuse make up the plant palette. While the steep backyard is loose and planted as a viewing garden, the front yard is clean looking and orderly. It's been less than a year since the plants have gone in, but already the couple is thrilled. So soon after
quite good out of the starting blocks.” The Pacific Northwest offers year-round landscape interest, and Craig and Jane are excited too see how Port planted for all seasons. “Something is always coming to life,” notes Jane. They are just now establishing their first season of vegetables.
“Is that a birch tree?” — wesmatchell
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Harriet Goodall
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Plant just what you need, and group edibles with similar watering needs together. This applies especially if you want only a few plants, not an entire market garden. Create a separate herb garden, and consider planting beans, corn and squash together. (The beans
California as a perennial crop and are propagated from divisions taken from parent plants. However, plant breeders have developed varieties that can be grown as annuals from seed and will produce heads the same season as planted. These new cultivars make it possible for Canadians whose gardens have at least
necessary. Once the danger of frost has passed, slowly harden off the seedlings before planting outdoors, gradually exposing them to direct sunlight and cooler temperatures. Seedlings shouldn't be planted out too late: the plants need 10 to 14 days of temperatures below 10°C to initiate the formation of flower
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