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Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
nurseries plant travels I found the cultivar that you call "Mr. Bowling Ball"! It's not a Boxwood (Buxus) it's in the Arborvitae family. The latin name is Thuja occidentalis 'Bobazam' (Common name : Mr. Bowling Ball). Here's a link http://www.soonerplantfarm.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/plants.plantDetail/
plant_id/1093/index.htm. I really do think that in the photo the leaves look more boxwood to me. "Mr. Bowling Ball" has a different texture to it that what I see in the photo but that would be a similar globe shaped shrub.
limits, give it full sun. Seasonal interest: This is an evergreen plant that has very glossy deep green leaves year-round. When to plant: Ideally in the fall, but you can plant it in mid to late spring, after the last frost.
“Love the orbs.” — lisacorinnej
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Matthew Korn Architecture AIA
Oyster Bay Cove
what is the name of the red leafed plant. and is it availabe in india?
Berberis atropurpureo red leafed plant
Chinese fringe plant
wall and the red plant
One plant per level?
Plant consistency on tiers
the red leafed plant
tiered planting...murets et plantes...Plant selection...nice planting beds...stripe with plants...mass plantings
“outdoor wall” — Sam Kuehn
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Garden Path
area. Perennials and shrubs bloom throughout the season providing interest points that change from week to week. Creeping thyme and other flowering plants fill in the spaces between the irregular stone pathway.
I would like to know what type of plants are used along the pathway?
The stones are set on a fine gravel, not sand. There is a selection of creeping thyme and other low spreading plants placed in the gravel to soften the edges of the stone.
Stone path with flowers and plants to side
toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From the flowering thyme in and around the flagstones to the repeating mounds of perennials (irises and lady's mantle)
“This is a tighter configuration with a few inches between each stone. Ordinarily, I place the stone” — East Chop Gardens
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
woodlands. World-famous bronze sculpture provides personality to an otherwise pastoral place. Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces. A stone wall retains the generous main bluestone terrace. Though it resides a half-mile from the water, the home
What are the plants to the left of the walk way? I love the way they fill the space.
Thanks for the infoI (Interior Designer, wanna be gardener....;0) so then why does my spurge not look as lovely and full as this? I planted it 2 years ago and it is straggly looking? any suggestions?
the plants in front right corner of picture green/lighter
Bottom right plant with flowers looks interesting.
off the house and serve as a transitional space between the house and the yard. Rectilinear lines articulate the formal spaces but are softened by plants. Pachysandra serves as a blanket of green immediately surrounding the terrace, while Annabelle hydrangeas bloom right beyond the walls.
“Bluestone patio” — krcrowley
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
fragmented native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management practices guide the homeowner’s efforts to rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds
the plantings blend with the natural landscape
Garden edges - Clump planting and mulched, planting bed w/ trench edges, blending into grassy area and wooded area
every thing plants, sky, flowers, clouds.......
larger plants that blossom and I suspect
Like the bed and planting in the lawn
“Rosa Blanda - an native rose...not very prickly, known as the thornless rose” — East Chop Gardens
Country Estates
What is the plant lining the path?
Does anyone know the plant that lines the pathway?
falls only on the plantings to conserve water so the native earth needed only a layer of grit added each year to achieve this wonderfully natural pathway. DG path. You could achieve a similar look in a wetter climate by removing the layer of topsoil and adding it to the adjacent planting bed. Layer some
will fade to a lighter tan over time. Decomposed granite is ideal for pathways and rustic patios, and can also be used as a topdressing around arid plants. It's sold by the cubic yard.Cost: DG is sold by the bag for around $3 if you simply need to add to or fill in a small area, or by the cubic yard for
Country way. There’s no need for fancy pavers if you have a pathway this lovely. Line it with low-set hedging and increase the heights of plantings as you retreat from the edges to make sure every bloom has the chance to shine.
“Gravel path with lavender on the side” — ciarakmurphy
Mac Devereux Harborough Decorators
English Country house decorating
what type of climbing plant is that?
Salvia is great in clumps or mixed in with larger, lighter blooms. Plant salvia when you need a little contrast for just a few pennies. These plants can be split and divided every few years for new, free plants.
Using Purple-Spiked Plants in the GardenMasses of purple-spiked plants look beautiful in almost any setting. From desert rock gardens to traditional cottage gardens and everything in between, these plants strikes a pretty, sweet chord.
Plant a path of pretty flowersIt’s the little things that count:
“Love this” — Pamela Wells
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Mountain Lodge
composition that ground the home and define a variety of spaces for family gathering, entertaining and quiet reflection. Large caliper trees were planted to compliment the surrounding mature trees, providing a sense of permanence and timelessness. An existing pond was augmented and expanded for swimming
“lawn only near edge of water” — marykoncak
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