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Design To Live LLC
The use of plant materials to surround the fountain, instead of hardscaping with stone, pavers, etc.
Landscape fountains...plant combo, path...fountain surrounded by plants...plant surround...fountain planting...greenify fountain...plantings around the fountain...potential front fountain
“simple and elegant” — armando5908
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations - soft silvers and whisper whites
Great Plant Combinations - soft silvers and whisper whites
the bolder foliage of a silver spotted lungwort (Pulmonaria). Who needs flowers? Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
seasons of interest. • Cut a few flowering stems for a windowsill posy. • Combine it with other silver foliage plants for an elegant monochromatic scheme
silver — this would be an attractive foliage plant even if it never bloomed. Clusters of tubular flowers are held high above the foliage in spring and
three seasons of interest.• Cut a few flowering stems for a windowsill posy.• Combine it with other silver foliage plants for an elegant monochromatic scheme
shade. Just goes to show it's worth experimenting.6 Stunning Silver-Leaf Plants
“'Silver Mound' wormwood (Artemisia schmidtiana 'Nana'). Full sun. Height 6 in. to 12 in. Spread 1 ft” — emma72bank
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
African Queen lily! nice elegant looking flowers too!!
african queen lilies. full sun. 5 to 6 ft tall. plant in spring. 6 in
to plant: Plant bulbs in spring, about 6 inches deep and with the pointed side up.
African queen lily 3rd layer of planting
to 6 feet tall When to plant: Plant bulbs in spring, about 6 inches deep and with the pointed side up.
winterLight requirement: Full sun Mature size: 5 to 6 feet tallWhen to plant: Plant bulbs in spring, about 6 inches deep and with the pointed side up.
Queen' is one of the tallest cultivars, and its melon-colored trumpet-shaped flowers are truly stunning. Grow these massed in your border for best effect — they
“African queen lily. Deer resistant” — paulkiely
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
love the fountain and flowers together
wall with flowers, and the latticework overhead.
Love the stone raised flower bed and the
Patio--rock/flower idea...Wall fountain, landscaping, fireplace...Raised flower beds...I like the plants...rocks&flowers for backyard?
“Lighting” — Gloria Dunleavy
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
entry garden
I like the height of the plants
pattern and plantings...Plants for shade?...Plants, colors, a...Fountain grass,...succulent plants, less maintenance...fountain grass against...fountain grass...shasta daisy, sedum, fountain grass...Fountain grass
“Kousa dogwood” — rusticlassie
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
residence in Downeast Maine serves as a model for regenerating fragmented native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management
from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds. Brilliant seasonal drama is heightened along
the meandering of the different species of flowers yet intertwined with yet another
deer resistant, prairie plants, like coneflowre and daisy
plan fall garden and use graph paper to plot out placement of plants
other garden plants. Which looks best to you?
Plan your fall garden. Before you plant anything new in your garden, make a list of plants you want to
proper planting times for each one in your area. Use graph paper to plot out any new garden beds — doing so will help you to accurately plan plant quantities
“Echinacea” — Michelle Tartaglia
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
Love the design with the different textures and shades of green! What plants do you have other
The fence (and plants) are beautiful! Can I get a plan for the fence with dimensions and all? Thanks, Barb
chance do you have the names of these plants? I live in north van and am looking for interesting ways to plant. The ground cover in the centre of the
variegated ones. I have planted a small rhododendron in behind the baby's tears. There is also Tricyrtis hirta (toad lily) planted in the far left back.
have designed! What are the taller plants you used in the back row along the fence? Thanks!
Hi foxy11. I planted this garden and they are Oxalis (Golden
does well in a shade or part shade exposure. The front of the border is planted with golden oxalis. The grass on the left is Hakonechloa macro 'Allgold'
multiple small plants under the hostas?
“Plants” — tyuka5
Personal Garden Coach
1 Review
Glass art
What's the name of the red/purple plant on the far right?
coleus (indoor plant in uk, or summer only)
The tall one looks like a Canna Lilly to me, I want to know what the rest of the planting is in that right
like the mix of plants. Would be easy to sneak in veggies with this look
There are times when we just need that wow factor. Colorful flowers and leaves are certainly beautiful and create a pleasing tapestry, but consider opaque
drama.Bright chartreuse, orange and turquoise pieces set a vibe that no plant can achieve — and these ferns don't need watering. They also won't rust or
“Art like Chihuly” — proudmom1993
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