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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Shades of Green : Cottage Garden - San Anselmo, CA : Portfolio
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The base of deep green trifoliate leaves adds foliage to the garden through spring and summer, while the tall blooms add flowers at 3 to 4 feet high.
many choices for fall flowers beyond chrysanthemums. The Japanese anemone is a beautiful plant that provides abundant foliage throughout spring and summer, then explodes with tall white flowers in the fall. Whether you're planting them in a clump, lining a fence or adding white blossoms to the fall garden
to 5 feet high Benefits and tolerances: Can survive cold winters Seasonal interest: The base of the plant has lovely leaves from late spring through summer, then the white flowers bloom in autumn. When to plant: Early fall or spring after the last frost
“white flowers” — darlizzy
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Nathan Kipnis Architects, Inc.
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deep overhang and pergola to stop sun from entering house in the summer
Deep pergola to block sun in summer when the sun is higher in the sky
the home gets a lot of sun throughout the day. The design incorporates a deep overhang and pergola to block the sunlight from entering the home in summer, when the sun is higher in the sky."
the home gets a lot of sun throughout the day. The design incorporates a deep overhang and pergola to block the sunlight from entering the home in summer, when the sun is higher in the sky.
deep overhang and pergola blocks summer sunlight
the home gets a lot of sun throughout the day. The design incorporates a deep overhang and pergola to block the sunlight from entering the home in summer, when the sun is higher in the sky.
“"This home is by architect Nathan Kipnis, who has spent the last several decades designing homes tha” — risris
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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magnet (every kind visits); leaves are great for tea; easily dividable and shareable Seasonal interest: Tons of long-blooming flowers from mid- to late summer. In winter the gray seed heads look like little poms. When to plant: Spring to fall
magnet (every kind visits); leaves are great for tea; easily dividable and shareableSeasonal interest: Tons of long-blooming flowers from mid- to late summer. In winter the gray seed heads look like little poms.When to plant: Spring to fall
“bought @ digging dog?” — irka
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Shades of Green : Cottage Garden - San Anselmo, CA : Portfolio
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Here is a great article on these flowers http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/3715725/list/10-Perennials-to-Extend-Your-Garden-s-Summer-Color
Japanese anemone_white flowering in fall; spring and summer green foliage
Use plants on either side of fencing to soften it in the summer.
well in a cottage garden, especially along a picket fence. It looks great in large clumps — just remember that these clumps will be flower free all summer.
“Love the look of this planting” — patgilman
Missouri Botanical Garden
Turtlehead
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Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to half shade, preferring wet to medium soil, it’s pretty carefree
Missouri Botanical Garden Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to
Turtlehead Native from the Midwest to the East Coast Caterpillar Food Blooming in late summer into fall, turtlehead (Chelone glabra) gets about 3 to 4 feet tall and slowly spreads to 2 to 3 feet wide. Perfect for rain gardens in full sun to
“fall flower” — lindasteeb
Summer Classics
Outdoor dining set with 4 patio chairs and mesh table made of wrought iron
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Summer Classics outdoor furniture: Spanish for summer, Verano is the perfect collection for any outdoor space with its square hand-woven lattice pattern formed by stamped steel that is electro-galvanized then powder coated in ultra violet resistant polyester/acrylic blended paint: finished in Ebony.
http://www.frontgate.com/verano-collection-by-summer-classics/490366 this link should take you directly to the Verano collection. But don't forget to look at all Summer Classics collections!
“minimal pillows, yet pretty” — debbiedw3574
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Kristin Salazar home
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Owners renewed Glass in some cabinets Summer White, Sherwin Williams
paint: summer white by sherwin williams
more on how they re-did their kitchen cabinetry, check out this post from Salazar's blog. Backsplash: Durango Cream tumbled TravertineCabinet paint: Summer White, Sherwin Williams
Summer White, Sherwin Williams
summer white ? trim...sw summer white
“summer white ? trim” — mgbeasley
Escarole
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three weeks by tying the outer leaves around the center. Don’t let the leaves get wet during this period. Radicchio is best started in mid or late summer. Thin from 8 inches to 1 foot apart. Heads will begin to form as the plants reach maturity; if they don’t, harvest the leaves and see if a head will
Salad greens: When to plant: Fall to winter (in mild-winter climates); early spring elsewhere. Radicchio is best when sown in mid to late summer, though some slow-bolt varieties can be sown in spring. Days to maturity: 25 to 40 (arugula, leaf chicory); 35 to 65 (mustard greens); 65 to 90 (endive
to three weeks by tying the outer leaves around the center. Don’t let the leaves get wet during this period.Radicchio is best started in mid or late summer. Thin from 8 inches to 1 foot apart. Heads will begin to form as the plants reach maturity; if they don’t, harvest the leaves and see if a head will
“Planting and care: Sow arugula seeds 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart or scatter them over a garden” — Yesel Hyatt
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