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Great Design Plants
coggygria Smoke Bush (Old Fashioned Smoke Bush)
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush (Cotinus coggygria
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush (Cotinus coggygria ‘Old Fashioned’)
Botanical name: Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned'Common name: Old Fashioned smoke bushUSDA zones: 5 to 10 (find your zone)Water requirement: AverageLight requirement:
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush(Cotinus coggygria ‘Old Fashioned’) Foliage can be a great backdrop, but sometimes
sometimes it can be a feature. The foliage of Old Fashioned smoke bush goes through quite the seasonal transformation — new growth starts out purple, then
wide. Plant it in full sun to partial shade in zones 5 to 10. All smoke bushes like fertile, well-drained yet moisture-retentive soil. It has average water
Old fashion smoke bush (zones 5-10)
“greens with soft pop colors” — angiita
Concept Plants
'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
sacrifice the flowers), older smoke bushes can be coppiced in spring. When buds begin to break, cut the stems of the smoke bush back to just 2 feet tall. By the
Planting notes. All smoke bushes prefer reasonably fertile, moisture-retentive yet well-drained soil. They benefit from an application of balanced fertilizer
Planting notes. All smoke bushes prefer
“Smoke bush” — debra251
Concept Plants
'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
I found the name of this particular smoke bush. It is Heester - Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned'PBR
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush - Bold color - 6'
Red leaf color of smoke bush that turns blue green
Prolific yellow-green flowers adorn the shrub in spring, while in fall the bush ignites with fiery shades of red, orange and hot pink.
Old fashioned Smoke bush - The
“vibrancy!” — angiita
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Great Plant Combinations
Red bush in the background is called "Grace" smoke bush.
like the grouping of plants and the variety of color like the crypomeria bush with the red tree in the back
smoke bush, African lily, golden locust tree, dwarf Japanese cedar
and an additional layer by including darker foliage such as 'Grace' smoke bush, shown here. This will help to fill in between the golden locust tree and
when those blooms have finished.I have found that deer may nibble smoke bushes a little but rarely do significant damage. In such a dense planting as this
“Grace smoke bush” — modtiki
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
keep them a certain size. I clip branches out of the bush so the light gets to the middle of the bush. Sheared boxwoods sometimes decline. I clip at Christmas
I like the ball shape on the bushes
round bush...Shaped bushes...Dome shaped bushes...bushes by house...Love the bushes and gravel
“ollies of different sizes” — Sage Design
Smalls Landscaping
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Creating enclosure and shade with Landscaping in your front yard
weeping blue spruce, weeping Japanese maple Tamayukama, Miss Molly Butterfly bushes are behind the yellow balls. The green ground cover is Mazus Reptans. Whew
Tamayukama, Miss Molly Butterfly bushes are behind the yellow balls. The green ground cover is Mazus Reptans.
Molly Butterfly bushes are behind the yellow balls. The green ground cover is Mazus Reptans. Whew!
“Gold globes” — wayward1214
What are the green "bushes"? It's a beautiful space...
two questions - what is the bush to the left of the rhododendrons? and how long did it take for the rhodo
in bloom, they are magnificent! Here are some close-ups of the darker red bush.
The green bushes in the foreground are hydrangeas, with their leaves out, but before they
I like the flowered bushes along the back.
what are the bushes with flowers?
“Alaska Cedar in the background” — aliravine
gregory lens
Gmlens Country House (Belgium)
what are the shrubs/bushes that look like they have 2 ball shaped leaves on them? they are trimmed
tall rose bushes with smaller bushes below
Be prepared for some digging around a few hedges and bushes — it's just dirt. But if the dog leaves a smelly gift, it's perfectly fine to ask the guardian
trees and bushes...Rose bushes
“Nice vertical interest” — skleppin
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