142,327 salvia landscaping Traditional Home Design Photos

Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Pool and spa
Ideabooks10,982
Questions9
does anyone know what the grey/green groundcover is in front of the salvia may night? creeping sedum perhaps?
Salvia(dark purple) and Nepeta(light purple).There are different varieties and colors of salvia. Search on line to see which varieties would grow in your zone. I live in the northeast, and have both
Dark purple is salvia. Light purple is Nepeta, commonly known as Catmint. The variety may be 'Walkers Low'.
The dark purple is salvia( there are many varieties). The lighter plant is Nepeta( Catmint). Both are perennials( come
The darker blue in the front is is purple salvia or butterfly bush
My May Night Salvia has been in bloom since early spring, same as the Walker's Low Catmint Nepeta. I'll deadhead
“purples around the pool” — marykoncak
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Historic Formal Garden, Wilmette, Illinois
Ideabooks3,648
Questions1
The perennial plant with the purple flowers in the foreground is Salvia 'May Night' and the one with the blueish purple ones behind them is Nepeta 'Walker's Low.'
Willy Salvia "May Night" in front. Nepeta "Walkers Low" behind
have a formal garden for part of landscape
Like salvia (may night) and purple behind is nepeta
nepeta walker's low catmint, and salvia may night
Planted en masse, spiked purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant choice for a formal bed.
Salvia may night for pillars etc
Go Formal or CasualAssociated with both royalty and serenity, purple is at home in any style of garden. Planted en masse, spiked purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant choice for a formal bed.
“Blue flowers” — farajw
dabah landscape designs
3 Reviews
Garden Spaces
Ideabooks46,991
Questions14
ly, how many roses bushes are in this area? I'm assuming they are planted on the opposite side or is it this side of the photo? It's a beautiful landscape.
arrangement info with us.....eg. are the spirea's in front of the roses....russian sage and salvia one in front of the other? I absolutely love what you have done with color and design in this particular landscape. I saved this picture a year ago when I first stumbled across it and would love to duplicate
The person who designed it has written several times that the flowers are Spirea Compacta Goldmound Limelight (the green) and Salvia Midnight plus Russian Sage (the purples).
The dark blue flowers are Salvia 'May Night'. The light blue are Nepeta 'Walker's Low' and the chartreuse plant is Alchemilla Mollis or Lady's Mantle is the more common name. they
“Pink roses” — paulasamabeckett
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks4,019
Questions2
A steep hillside is turned into a lush landscape using salvias, ornamental grasses, pomegranates and other easy care plants.
We have a similar hillside, but in southern NH - zone 4 or 5. Salvia and ornamental grasses are common here. Would any of these other plantings work here?
I'd be happy to help. The tall grasses towards the top of the staircase are Miscanthus species. Below them to the right is a salvia leucantha and a pennisetum grass. The orange plant below the pennisetum is a phygelius and below that are the David Austin hybrid roses. On the opposite
opposite side , starting next to the lawn and moving up the stairs is the blue blooming Nepeta, then the silvery lavender. Above that is a mass of salvia leucantha and echium fastuosum, Growing out from that mass is a pomegranate tree. The strong silver plan is a helichrysum. - A fairly basic Me
“multi plants” — marykoncak
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
Ideabooks8,570
Questions2
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. Brilliant seasonal drama is heightened along mown paths
Hi, I love this mix of plants. I believe I recognize some lamb's ears, salvia (Caradona ?) but I am not sure about the others. Would you mind telling me what they are? Kind regards,
plants, I believe that is the Salvia "May Night" noted above. If you are talking about the pinkish purple flowers, they look like chives to me! (just thought I'd help)
Sorry for the delayed response! The plants we used here are: Salvia 'May Night'. The lamb's ear
“Salvia, chives, lambs ear” — Jake Glasgow
Jean Brooks Landscapes
7 Reviews
Harvard Square, Urban Landscape
Ideabooks3,745
Questions1
The ones in front of the salvia.
Harvard Square, Urban Landscape
Jean Brooks Landscapes
pretty catment and salvia
lavender colors of salvia
Salvia, lady's mantle
“Fence” — badzoe
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks7,297
Questions4
A vibrant perennial border with lady's mantle, foxglove, geranium, and salvia.
Steel and aluminum edging can be found at landscape supply and some big box hardware stores. They are held in place by stakes, so don't need to be set in concrete.
improvement stores and landscape supply companies. Even though the wood is rot resistant, it will not last as long as recycled-plastic bender board. Both types of bender board require the separate purchase of stakes for installation.
perennial border with lady's mantle, foxglove, geranium, and salvia
A vibrant perennial border with lady's mantle, foxglove, geranium, and salvia
types of bender board made from thin strips of wood (redwood, for example) for $3 to $4 per 10-foot section, available at home improvement stores and landscape supply companies. Even though the wood is rot resistant, it will not last as long as recycled-plastic bender board. Both types of bender board require
“Again, this photo is to show a path option, not the plantings.” — East Chop Gardens
Jeffrey Rule, Inc.
2 Reviews
Santa Luz California Ranch
Ideabooks1,376
Questions2
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.
Plants are Bogainvillea 'La Jolla', Salvia leucantha, Strelitzia reginae, Anigiozanthus flavidus, Pennisetum messiacum, Helichrysum petiiolare, Lantana sellowiana, Hemerocallis hybrid, Phormium tenax 'Yellow Wave', Agapanthus
Bogainvillea 'La Jolla', Salvia leucantha, Strelitzia reginae, Anigiozanthus flavidus, Pennisetum messiacum, Helichrysum petiiolare, Lantana sellowiana, Hemerocallis hybrid, Phormium tenax 'Yellow Wave', Agapanthus africanus, and Lagerstroemia indica (Tree).
“Great use of native plants and pathways” — hramma
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