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Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
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Dry creek bed plants - SUN
Lovely combination of grasses and plants with the addition of native rocks.
ground covers such as sedum (Sedum spp and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme
Plants look natural/organic to the scene
If your creek bed lies in a sunny area, consider ground covers such as sedum (Sedum spp and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus spp and cvs, zones 3 to 10), ornamental grasses such as switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9), or low mounding
If your creek bed lies in a sunny area, consider ground covers such as sedum (Sedum spp and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus spp and cvs, zones 3 to 10), ornamental grasses
pas besoin de beaucoup d’espace pour trouver sa place. Cherchez une zone adéquate, plus ou moins grandes, de préférence pentue. Sinon recréez la pente et intégrez des pierres à votre aménagement. Celui-ci accueillera quelques plantes adaptées au relief.Astuces : concevez un décor harmonieux en diversifiant
“Verskillende soorte saam” — wanjadt18
Lobularia maritima (Sweet alyssum)
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climates When to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.
Love this "sweet" little flowering plant
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima Common name: Sweet alyssum USDA zones: All zones can plant alyssum Water
climates; spring and summer blooming in cooler climates When to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.
Full to part sun - all zones - plant in fall or winter
One of my most favorite plants ever. :)
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima Common name: Sweet alyssum USDA zones: All zones can plant alyssum Water requirements: Average water needs, but do not overwater Light
plant to attract pollinators, either in front because of it's drought tolerance or in the back as a decorative plant
“Like” — rhouse14
Janice Girard Design
4 Reviews
Santa Monica Bungalow
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zone 10 planting
water tolerant plants
water plants
Mosaic Gardens
2 Reviews
Coos Bay
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Lush plantings surround garden paths in this garden on the Southern Oregon coast. The rusting steel arbor at the top of the hill supports four fruiting pear trees. The ipe bench below the arbor is large enough to seat several people. This garden is battered by winds and browsed by hungry deer, but
Will you please name the roundish, light green plant on the lower right? Thank you.
I love the layering of plants in the landscape
“All” — vivianfelix
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
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Impatiens for all zones. Plant in fall.
Common names: Impatiens, balsam, touch-me-not Botanical name: Impatiens USDA zones: All, depending on the species Water requirement: Regular Light requirement:
good news is that impatiens have one of the largest color ranges of any plants, so you’re sure to find something that will work in your garden. Common names: Impatiens, balsam, touch-me-not Botanical name: Impatiens USDA zones: All, depending on the species Water requirement: Regular Light requirement:
The good news is that impatiens have one of the largest color ranges of any plants, so you’re sure to find something that will work in your garden.Common names: Impatiens, balsam, touch-me-notBotanical name: ImpatiensUSDA zones: All, depending on the speciesWater requirement: RegularLight requirement:
“outdoor area” — arborry
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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year-round. USDA zones: 6 to 10 (find your zone; avoid planting it where it's considered invasive) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches tall and wide When to plant: Plant in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
will provide structure to the garden year-round. USDA zones: 6 to 10 (find your zone; avoid planting it where it's considered invasive) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches tall and wide When to plant: Plant in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
Hardy plants for dry areas. Flea bane
How to Get the Look 1. Start with the tallest plant. Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima). This grass not only likes hot, dry conditions, it
“Daisy” — Ashley Chen
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
candytuft, Iberis sempervirens
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year-round When to plant: Spring or fall
WOULD BE WORTH PLANTING AT THIS ALTITUDE FOR YEAR ROUND COLOR - GREEN
Botanical name: Iberis sempervirens Common name: Evergreen candytuft Origin: Southern Europe Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees (USDA zones 4 to 8; find your zone) Elevation range:
name: Iberis sempervirens Common name: Evergreen candytuft Origin: Southern Europe Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees (USDA zones 4 to 8; find your zone) - winter plant
green foliage year-round When to plant: Spring or fall
Botanical name: Iberis sempervirens Common name: Evergreen candytuft Origin: Southern Europe Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees (USDA zones 4 to 8; find your zone) Elevation range: Up to 8,000 feet
“flower.” — Lynette Debrey-Cota
Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
11 Reviews
Two Rivers Residence
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hardy to zone 5 - plant in a protected spot/along a fence/the house
Breckon Land DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo How to use it. Site plants where they can be seen easily from indoors and enjoyed along with evergreens during
Grow only 20ft tall. Hardy to USDA zone 5 & above. Grow near south facing fence for wind protection.
palmatum ‘Sango-kaku’ Common name: Coral bark Japanese maple Origin: Native to Asia Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone) Water requirement: Medium Light requirement: Sun to partial shade Mature size: 15 to 20 feet tall, with an equal spread Benefits and t
How to use it. Site plants where they can be seen easily from indoors and enjoyed along with evergreens during the winter months; when positioned near a wall or a backdrop of cedars, the branches will be even more obvious. Young stems offer the most intense color and can be cut for winter containers
“NEON PLANTS” — Monica Fanya
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