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Switzer's Nursery & Landscaping, Inc.
7 Reviews
a Balinese Inspired Landscape
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I love all the plants here.
Need to fill in landscaping by kitchen door
Switzer's Nursery's Balinese Garden. Focusing on Plants combination.
Balinese Landscaping
japanese maple and shade plants
Japanese red maple with plantings
Art of Landscape Design
Nursery & Landscaping
the Art of Landscape Design
Mix plants...fall color plant...Plant combo...Large leafed plant...Planting pattern...Shady landscape...plant matter...great plants...Diverse plants....Lush landscape...Hosts and plants...Inspired Landscape...Inspired Landscape...landscape design...landscape designs...landscape lighting
“Plant specimens” — karin_f
koolbeanzzzz
Tropical Florida
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love this landscape border, and would like to do something similar. Is that concrete made to look like pavers connected, along the flowerbed? Your help is appreciated. Thanks.
What are the plants use here they are beautful!
bed for planting. In retrospect, I would have liked to raise the bed even higher. This gives a more professional look. I higher someone local to install the borders. You should be able to google "concrete borders" or "concrete curbing" to find someone. I would recommend they show you previous jobs they
Mayb a more exotic plant in the summer.
the potted plant mixe with ground plants
like plant design for my pool
I like pots mixed with plants in the ground
love the combo of vines, wall art, plants, and planters
“Rock flower bed” — Tricia Moss
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Grass Driveway
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project. Plants with the yellow flowers look fantastic. Please, what are they?
When to plant: Spring or fall
Botanical name: Kniphofia spp. Common names: Red-Hot Poker, Torch Lily, Poker Plant USDA zones: 5 to 10, depending on species
red hot poker, torch lily, poker plant
Red Hot Poker, torch lily, poker plant.....Kniphofia spp.
plant that doesn't take alot of water.
Poker PlantUSDA zones: 5 to 10, depending on species (find your zone)Water requirement: ModerateLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 1½ to 6 feet tall, clumpingBenefits and tolerances: Drought and heat tolerant; flowers attract hummingbirds; deer resistantSeasonal interest: Summer
en to plant: Spring or fall
bedding plant substitute. Kniphofia 'Malibu Yellow' can grow to 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide.
“Gareden” — andreaperrier
Modern Landscape
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type of plants are the purple and orange.
What type of plants are those?
grasses and structural plants - is this what ours will look like?
i love this collection of plants!
orange and purple plants and gray flag
Red-leaf cannas are striking in the garden and easily can bridge plants that
divide a plant:• Dig up the plant, being careful to get as much of the roots as possible.• Gently separate the roots or bulbs, using a hand tool if necessary before replanting your "extra" plants into other parts of your garden.• Water thoroughly and lightly mulch to protect these new plants and get them
bridge plants that clash with each other.
Divide perennials. Every year or two, it's a good practice to dig up and divide certain perennials, like cannas, daylilies, bearded irises, wood ferns, violets and Shasta daisies. These types of plants develop large clumps or bulbs, and dividing them is a
“The bright cannas ?” — chrisandmargie
Las Pilitas Nursery
Salvia Celestial Blue
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to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune back after the first killing freeze.
Purple sage The salvia genus offers a wide range of plants that feature those enviable purple fall blooms. This coloration makes it a perfect foil for more fall-hued plants, like rudbeckia and Red Hot Poker
fall; Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune back after the first killing freeze.
Purple Sage (Salvia spp) The salvia genus offers a wide range of plants that feature those enviable purple fall blooms. This coloration makes it a perfect foil for more fall-hued plants
Purple Sage (Salvia spp) The salvia genus offers a wide range of plants that feature those enviable purple fall blooms.
range of plants that feature those enviable purple fall blooms. This coloration makes it a perfect foil for more fall-hued plants, like rudbeckia and Red Hot Poker. Because there are a wide range of salvias with varying heights and sun requirements, be sure to check with your local nursery to make the best
“Plant” — 8163121
Timothy Lee landscape design
13 Reviews
entry garden
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what is the groundcover in front of the hydrangea? » Like Unlike · Comment · 8 months ago Timothy Lee landscape design pachysandra terminalis - Japanese Spurge
type of plant that may benefit from liming. While hydrangeas are perfectly happy growing in either acid or alkaline soil, the color of many mophead hydrangeas changes depending on the pH of the soil. Varieties like ‘Endless Summer’ turn pink when treated with lime and blue when given an acidic fertilizer
Timothy Lee Landscape Design surrounded this 'Endless Summer' hydrangea bush with nepeta, inkberry, viburnum and Siberian irises.
“flagstones and plants” — tad02dixon
Field Outdoor Spaces
9 Reviews
Minnetonka Woodland 1
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from most landscape supply shops. They usually offer a thinner gauge if you want curves and a thicker gauge for straight lines.
big rocks and planting in landscape
Waterfall and landscaping
dry riverbed, mound landscaping
w/interspersed plants
Great landscaping...rock landscape
“Rocks” — shayziep
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
21 Reviews
Front Yard Plantings & Brick Walkway
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foundation plantings using boxwood, myrtle, daylily, nepeta,hosta, lilac & birch. A new brick walkway & stone steps gives this house some very pleasing curb appeal. This front yard landscaping project is located in Warwick, NY. Landscape & Garden Design & Installation Services in the NY & NJ areas. 8
looking for ideas for foundation plantings suburban homes not mansions
I like the comfortable feel of the foundation plantings at this site.
Love the plantings and the way it looks like you're wandering through a private garden even though it's the front of the house.
““Front foundation plantings using boxwood, myrtle, daylily, nepeta,hosta, lilac & birch. A new bri” — carolzhome
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