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Ferndale Residence
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What's the name of the bright green color plants hanging from the wall ?
Thank you for your interest! Aside from the the potato vine, the darker green is catmint, the red plants are coleus and the grasses are purple fountain grass.
Thanks for your interest! The plant is potato vine.
Brilliant color. Few plants have such brilliant foliage color as the Coleus blumei shown in this border. For those in temperate climes, they are generally used as a seasonal bedding or accent plant, grown from seed each spring or overwintered as plants in a greenhouse.
border. For those in temperate climes, they are generally used as a seasonal bedding or accent plant, grown from seed each spring or overwintered as plants in a greenhouse.
“Plants hanging over wall” — sabhalter
Missouri Botanical Garden
Parsley
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parsley / Petroselinum crispum Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
warmer regions can grow parsley year-round. Be sure to choose a site with sheltered afternoons, since too much summer heat can scorch it. Plant parsley from seeds or seedlings.
warmer regions can grow parsley year-round. Be sure to choose a site with sheltered afternoons, since too much summer heat can scorch it. Plant parsley from seeds or seedlings. See how to grow parsley
Freshen up your herb garden. You can plant any perennial herbs now, including dill, fennel, parsley, cilantro, thyme, oregano and rosemary. If you'd like to try your hand at sowing seeds, choose caraway, chamomile, chives, summer savory, borage and chervil seeds. Use a seed-starting kit that features trays
“Parsley” — rmfortier
Proven Winners
Snow Princess® Alyssum
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Alyssum seeds are quick to germinate and can be started indoors several weeks prior to the last frost.
i like this might grow this from seed
tolerate high summer temperatures, it prefers light afternoon shade and moist soils, so be sure to pair it with flowers with similar needs. Alyssum seeds are quick to germinate and can be started indoors several weeks prior to the last frost.Botanical name: Lobularia maritimaUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your
“Alyssum” — Monde Mode
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial naturalizes beautifully and provides seed heads for winter interest. Among the top performers is ‘Goldsturm’, a reliable favorite with incredible staying power. Plant with purple Frikart’s aster or ornamental grasses for a glorious autumn display. USDA
Planting notes. Plant seeds in late fall or mid spring, in loose soil about an inch deep. Step on them gently and water regularly.Place plants about 18 inches apart. Dig a hole about twice the size of the plant. Remove plant from container, give it a gentle shake and
Let plants self-seedFor extra interest in your natural garden, allow some plants to turn to seed. The following spring you’ll have new seedlings coming up in glorious profusion. This freestyle method of
“They have always been so pretty” — baverill1
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
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classic garden favorites, including Hydrangea, Heliotrope and Ajuga. A path from the pergola leads to a tennis court behind the trees. Working with the arborist employed to maintain the oaks on the 4 acre property, care was taken to plant and irrigate in such a way as to protect the mature trees.
als put leave the plants in the pot when the plant them?
what type of plant is the ground cover in front of the hydrangeas
I grown hydrangea's in my front yard and wanted a nice ground cover to plant in front of mine,
what are the low growing ground cover plants along the edge?
.....and the intermediate sized plant right behind it? I recognize the hydrangea of course - beautifully done! Love the location under the oaks! :-)
“The density of plantings.” — frankleeyours
Eclectic Kitchen
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From where can i buy such tiles?
Look the hardware of semi pro faucet ; can anyone tell me where it comes from?
Seeded or bubble glass in cabinet doors Goes well with antique furniture
Love the look of seeded glass!
Also consider ... The bubbles and dots in seeded glass can be tiny, large or anything in between (authentic vintage seeded glass will often have smaller bubbles). If you want to showcase dishware, collectibles or other cabinet contents, go for smaller seeding. Larger bubbles can better obscure less pristine
glass. Glass fronts, whether framed or frameless, come in many different patterns and finishes. Shown here is a popular decorative glass known as seeded glass, which has little air pockets inside to create a textured appearance. You can have your cabinet manufacturer supply the glass on purchase, or
“tin ceiling” — Lionel Valencia
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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Can someone tell me the names of plants in this arrangement?
Does anyone know what the lower trailing, greyish plant that goes to the ground is?
The specific variety of the coleus is 'Sedona' and I believe the trailing silver plant is Lotus maculatus (common name Lotus vine or Parrots Beak) It can have orange or red flowers. Here's a link for more info on the lotus vine http://www.portkellsnurseries.com/plantdb.php?id=1556 I hope this helps
Coreopsis (perennial), yellow/pink dahila (tender bulb), rust-leafed coleus (annual), white-edged Euonymous (shrubby groundcover), and the silver trailing plant could be an artemesia (perennial).
the colour of the plants and how they compliment each other
Painted pots and choice of flowers & plants
“Cool planter” — Perry Neeley
Jeffrey Rule, Inc.
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Santa Luz California Ranch
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What are the plants that are seen in this garden? We are relocating to the SW and want to landscape with some
What are the plants that are seen in this garden? We are relocating to the SW and want to landscape with some good colors.
Hello! I just want to know from what material is the walkway
A seeded aggregate (3/8" round Pebbles) concrete paving with integral color.
Plants are Bogainvillea 'La Jolla', Salvia leucantha, Strelitzia reginae, Anigiozanthus flavidus, Pennisetum messiacum, Helichrysum petiiolare, Lantana sellowiana, Hemerocallis hybrid, Phormium tenax 'Yellow Wave', Agapanthus
A seeded aggregate (3/8" round Pebbles) concrete paving with integral color.
some grass areas with other areas of drought tolerant plantings
“but without the grass for me......” — Linda VanLith
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