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THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
A GARDEN THAT TELLS A STORY
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can you please name some of the plants that were used and the trees that are opposite the path? thank you
type of plants used?
Planting one side of path, grass other
shade, pea gravel,a little grass plants
curved pebble path - green plants and some color
pea gravel path and small tree planted on outside
walkway and plantings
indigenous planting...indigenous plants
“romantic” — suzanneqt
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Pocket Garden
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what is the name of some of the plants you have with the larger leaves?
A variety of Hostas and Astibe as well. Other plants that would compliment the mix are Heuchera and Foam Flower of which there are many varieties and Bleeding Heart for spring colour. All are hardy shade to semi shade plants. Some tolerate more sun. You've only to research to see how many amazing varieties
very true, I love them but in the uk even grown in pots are often nibbled at. Leaving beer in a container at the base of the plant will help with slugs
This is nice, too. The indigenous plant gardens with grass walkways.
The pathway in between the hosta plants
All the plants with the grass path
of well-being and creativity. Another benefit of using curved bed lines is that they make it easier to transition from one type of planting to another. This way your plants won't end up looking like cans on a grocery store shelf.
“garden foilage” — tjleung11
Katia Goffin Gardens
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North Arlington Residence
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Sinuous Driveway - Acts as the backbone of the garden. Both the lower and upper garden are bordered by Annabelle Hydrangeas and Zelkovas planted along the asphalt driveway making the driveway recede and emphasizing a garden feel to an otherwise functional space. Photo credit: ROGER FOLEY
all the plants) Is that poured concrete or paver blocks? If it is poured concrete could you tell us the width and depth; and whether or not it is flat or slanted. We would like to install something similair - we live in Canada so depth may vary in the colder climates. Lastly - what type of plants are in
And oh yea, how far from the drive did you plant your bushes & trees? Thanks a bunch!!!
I would like to plant these along fenceline how much space between each tree should I allow, thanks
“Bushes” — nafowler
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THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
A GARDEN THAT TELLS A STORY
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curved path (from house to shop?).....more plantings on one side.
Too Plain -- need plantings between path and lawn
Gravel path, lawn, planting bed
planting area...indigenous planting...indigenous plants
“Gravel Path, Landscaping” — marcopresutti
THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
GARDEN THAT TELLS A STORY (English Perennial)
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indigenous plants
“blue and white garden” — joanie1002
Big Picture Landscapes
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Garden for a Pisces
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Love use of plants shrubs for color texture diff forms what are they?
know the area front taller plant is sedum, autumn joy? boxwood to its left and then some type of sedum to boxwoods left? The russian sage background to its right a type of spirea and what type?? and then other shrubs front area with sedum curious about as well as the planting area above the stone wall
Hi, glad you like the plants! The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and a couple of little cushion cryptomeria that I can't recall the name of. The spirea is Magic Carpet and the blue is actually a catmint although
although there is also a Russian Sage in that bed. The plants on the wall include kinnikinnick draping over, Hot Flash Hellebore in the corner, Howard McMinn manzanita, and caryopteris. I think there is also a rock rose and lavender cotton. The small tree in the back is a Witch Hazel. Hope this helps
“Front yard?” — suzstyle
Erin Landscaping & Masonry
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look of the stone with the existing concreate wall. Again you will notice a consistant proportional symmetry between the retaining wall and the plantings.
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Erin Landscaping & Masonry
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Another view from a different angle, showcasing how the symmetry between the hardscape and the space available for plantings.
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