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Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
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Just hanging around, enjoying the sun & viewing the wildlife
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Just hanging around, enjoying the sun & viewing the wildlife
backyard wildlife habitat perennials
dog backyard with flat rocks
Dog gone backyard...backyards for dogs
“For Yoshi's side yard” — lverguizas
Le jardinet
Secret Garden
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landscape, they are powerful places that are worth considering as part of your habitat. 12/2013
Creating places of solace among a forested backyard landscape
The clearing needs to be discovered, rather than fully visible. Use layers of trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses to wrap your secret garden with living walls. This hidden oasis could
undeveloped. Whether these areas are around the home or in the distant landscape, they are powerful places that are worth considering as part of your habitat.
undeveloped. Whether these areas are around the home or in the distant landscape, they are powerful places that are worth considering as part of your habitat.
The clearing needs to be discovered, rather than fully visible. Use layers of trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses to wrap your secret garden with living walls.This hidden oasis could be a destination point at the end of a path or a midpoint to be enjoyed as part of a longer garden journey.
“seating /gathering area with stands of trees” — berniekoepsell
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
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mixed border of evergreen and deciduous trees, tall shrubs and perennials shown here is a less-formal look that provides more visual diversity. If you enjoy gardening, desire a wide range of seasonal interest or want to attract wildlife, this is the look for you. A fairly large footprint is necessary
The mixed border of evergreen and deciduous trees, tall shrubs and perennials shown here is a less-formal look that provides more visual diversity. A fairly large footprint is necessary — think planting beds 8 to 24 feet deep
mixed border of evergreen and deciduous trees, tall shrubs and perennials shown here is a less-formal look that provides more visual diversity. If you enjoy gardening, desire a wide range of seasonal interest or want to attract wildlife, this is the look for you. A fairly large footprint is necessary
“Grass as path surrounded by greens” — Miep Raedschelders
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Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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great color but also great for wildlife!!
Love all the color and the fact that they're perennials!
backyard concept
“love it” — beekeep1
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
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available space, raised bed and container has been closely planted with a wide mixture of species. Ruralist planting, even on this scale, can provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants used as well as by the garden's very nature of being a small rural area in an urban setting.More: Let
“For my veggie patch, boxes and pots.” — bolide
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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the very best perennials to have in your garden is milkweed.. A magnet for insects, particularly butterflies and nonstinging bees, it is also a host plant for the monarch butterfly —Not only is milkweed a neat landscape plant from a design perspective, but it's also a hub for wildlife. A win-win! Plant
insect-drawing perennials. While you're choosing berry-producing plants, don't forget about perennial flowers that draw insects (which are also the number-one food source for birds).
Plant insect-drawing perennials. While you're choosing berry-producing plants, don't forget about perennial flowers that
6. Plant insect-drawing perennials. While you're choosing berry-producing plants, don't forget about perennial flowers that draw insects (which are
“Monarch butterflies favourite” — dosas
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Making the Best of a Forgotten Space
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As the summer heats up the perennials explode. And typically the only ones who would notice in this area of the property are the hummingbirds and butterflies...
create more visual interest and a more welcoming habitat for insects and birds; in this way we can hit two birds with one stone when we design our gardens. (Please don’t throw stones at birds.) Put tall plants up front — be a rebel!
light. I’d like to see a blend of short plants in front and tall plants in back — let’s mix it up, create more visual interest and a more welcoming habitat for insects and birds; in this way we can hit two birds with one stone when we design our gardens. (Please don’t throw stones at birds.) Put tall plants
“Tall plant for privacy handicap parking” — simon06
In & Out Design
9 Reviews
Backyard Perennial Garden
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Most of the perennials in this perennial garden are very easy to grow plants in the Chicago area; which is primarily Zone 5. The perennials in this picture are Black Eyed Susan, Purple Coneflower, Brilliant Sedum, Stella D'Oro Daylily, Joe Pye Weed, and some Knock Out Roses
The variety of perennials in this picture is great.
Lovely combo of perennials for our MI garden
garden's microclimate, conserving water, composting as well as using design details such as growing hedges and leaving grassy areas natural to encourage wildlife — to help us achieve its ideals in our own gardens.
using large specimen plants, but this is not the Slow Gardening way.The pleasure of slow gardening is enjoying the process as much as the result. Perennials and ornamental grasses are easy to grow from seed or cuttings — though it will take longer to create your dream garden. By growing your own plants
“profusion of blooms” — skossey
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