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Echium candicans follows the stairs to the lower level
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what is name of this plant? looks great.
The plant name is: Echium Candicans
Adding to the plants to purchase list...
Evergreen; flowers spring through summerWhen to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer.Caution: Pride of Madeira can irritate skin. Wear proper protection, including gloves, when handling it.
flowers spring through summer When to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer.
Pride of Maderia. Plant at back of garden. Wear gloves -
large purple spike like flowers plant gets 5-6 ft and looks good all year. plant behind shorter plants
birds and butterflies; deer resistant; drought and coastal tolerantSeasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers spring through summerWhen to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer.Caution: Pride of Madeira can irritate skin. Wear proper protection, including gloves, when handling it.
“Add in a spot” — joyo3kids
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Hillside Medeterranean 03 (Design by Bernard Trainor & Associates)
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Can you tell me what the green plants are on the front right side of this picture? They are awesome!
Is this plant only grown in a warm climate ? Like where would one find this ? I have never seen this one before . I live in the midwest & we have cold winters . I love this . It is gorgeous !
Probably best answered by your nearest plant nursery. Take a printout of the picture to them and let us know.
“Aeonium” — rhgahan
Incorporated
Riverhouse Living Room
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Is the plant real or a really good fake? If fake, where can I get one?
Looks like the plant belongs to the fern family
Get strategic with your house plants! An easy way to create a certain ambience in your home and its good for you too!
Think this is a Kentish Palm they survive in most indoor environments” “Palm trees are good against windows for the lines.” “like the plant for my living room” “indoor palms
Bring in some life with a plant. High-rise homes often have large columns that can make the corner space even more awkward. In this home a tall plant adds a wild shape and large sprigs of green to all the clean, modern lines and neutral colors
brown leaves once or twice a year, or as you see them appearing. The old foliage of many palms needs to be periodically removed and doesn't mean the plant is struggling.
“Fake yucca plant” — dooradoyle
Butterfly blue pincushion
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lavender-blue, deep blue, white or pink flowers from early summer to early fall. Deer resistant and tough, the plant’s common name refers to its resemblance to small pincushions. For best effect, plant in containers or in groups near the front of beds and borders. Deadhead for even longer blooming. USDA
Pincushion Flower Scabiosa spp. A nearly indefatigable bloomer, this easy-growing perennial produces lavender-blue, deep blue, white or pink flowers from early summer to early fall. Deer resistant and tough, the plant’s common name refers to its resemblance
“Like these” — taca1pamba
Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc
Sedum 'Birthday Party'
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summer to fall; unique evergreen foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in early summer; divide in spring Shown here: Sedum 'Birthday Party', zones 4 to 10
where noted Seasonal interest: Blooms summer to fall; unique evergreen foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in early summer; divide in spr
where noted Seasonal interest: Blooms summer to fall; unique evergreen foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in early summer; divide in spring
deer tolerant where noted Seasonal interest: Blooms summer to fall; unique evergreen foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in early summer; divide in spring
attract birds and butterflies; drought tolerant; deer tolerant where notedSeasonal interest: Blooms summer to fall; unique evergreen foliageWhen to plant: Plant cuttings in early summer; divide in springShown here: Sedum 'Birthday Party', zones 4 to 10
“Flower” — saraleigh88
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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everyone loves the tiny twisting and curling leaves and they always want to know what it is! I live in Quebec (Canada) and those trees are rarely planted here, unfortunately!
break in strong winds, so planting it in a somewhat protected area is advised. USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Low once established Light requirement: Full sun for best color Mature size: 30 to 50 feet tall and up to 20 feet wide When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in
to fall When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring
and can break in strong winds, so planting it in a somewhat protected area is advised. USDA zones: 4 to 9 Water requirement: Low once established Light requirement: Full sun for best color Mature size: 30 to 50 feet tall and up to 20 feet wide When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring
“Golden locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia') is once seen, never forgotten; this is a tree tha” — beverlylimlund
Rikki Snyder
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Huniford Design Studio, Getaway to the 2013 Holiday House Hamptons
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What is the large fig like plant on the left?
Plants and Floral Arrangements The plants inside the house keep a flow from outside to the inside, making it feel like they are almost one part.
Love the plants on round vase
tall plants with dense short plants on pedastle
breast cancer survivor.Plant stand: Russ Steele Antiques; rug: Sacco Carpet
Tropical wonders … in New England? Er, sort of. If living through another cold winter (wherever you are) is giving you the chills just thinking about it, consider adding a few lush warm-weather plants to your home. Sculptural
almost make you forget it’s winter outside your door. Once the weather warms in the spring, you can move some of your plants outdoors to boost growth during the growing season.
“sunroom” — margielynnj
Michael Lee Architects
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Herron Residence
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The mother in law's tongue planting outside the front door
When plants show up in surprising places, you have achieved the idea of spontaneity. Lifeless areas in and around our homes cry out for verdant
with a border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture with a playful wink. If you don't have a garden outside, create one indoors.
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality
filled, utilizing line and glass to their full potential. Without plantings, however, the hallway would seem boxlike and lifeless. The addition of spiky foliage emphasizes the height of the space while breaking up the sparseness.
“Plant” — freestace6
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