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Foundation Landscape Design
Doheny Estates
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Like raised beds with drought tolerant plants
Layers of plants along fence in back yard. Plumbs to silver
planting next to white wall
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mélange couleur plantes
drought tolerant plants
organized plants...Steel Wall w plants...Plants and rocks...Ext plants...plant ideas...Plants and light...plant mixture...Plant combo
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Extreme Home Makeover - Palo Alto
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I don't know; they were purchased by the homeowner. I thought her selection of plants was so beautiful, I had to take a photo. :) Rhoda
planters and plants-colours and sculptural form
Colours of plants and planter
Colorful plant boxes
Planters and low water plants
rainbow plants and blue boxes
plants against cement wall
colorful planters. nice plant selection
Cool plants and planters
Color and plant combination
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“Love the splashes of this type of color” — casillasdani
Modern Landscape
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What type of plants are the purple and orange.
What type of plants are those?
Nice plant combo. What is the grass (carex) in the foreground?
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
grasses and structural plants - is this what ours will look like?
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
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
“colors” — Kathleen's Garden Landscape Design
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Vertical Garden Project
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evergreen plants. The planting here follows Burle Marx’s edict of planting large groups of the same specimen and not mixing flower colors.
walls, there is the opportunity to transfer similar flowing organic shapes from mosaic flooring into sweeping evergreen plants. The planting here follows Burle Marx’s edict of planting large groups of the same specimen and not mixing flower colors.
walls, there is the opportunity to transfer similar flowing organic shapes from mosaic flooring into sweeping evergreen plants. The planting here follows Burle Marx’s edict of planting large groups of the same specimen and not mixing flower colors.
“With the advent of living walls, there is the opportunity to transfer similar flowing organic shapes” — cl51mmons
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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4 feet tall and up to 6 feet wide. It can also be trained as a low standard to form a short weeping shrub. Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
requirement: Low once established Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Spring through fall When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall. 3 season display
“Botanical name: Cedrus deodara 'Feein' Blue' Common name: Feelin' Blue deodar cedar Where it will” — daytripper1970
Missouri Botanical Garden
Baptisia australis
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blue false indigo / Baptisia australis Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
good naturlizing plant, 3x3 with very attractive seed pods, early nectar plant for bees, specimen plant for out front at road and in side garden
Another purple plant the needs little maintenance
deep, so plant it in its forever home, because it hates being moved. While it's in bloom, massive queen bumblebees flock to this early nectar and pollen source as they begin raising their first broods.
Blue wild indigo as plant screen.
The colors of the blooms and the overall plant shape help
winter interest; attracts native beesSeasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, followed by ornamental seed bombs that make a rattling soundWhen to plant: Spring to fall
“BAPTISIA” — Carla Ormezzano
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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rebloom. For a consistent show, plant new bulbs every fall. Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone) Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Height: 4 to 6 inches Bloom time: Late winter or early spring Planting tips: Plant 3 to 4 inches deep; needs dry
Will want to plant patches of bulbs in various areas for interest in Spring.
rebloom. For a consistent show, plant new bulbs every fall.Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone)Light requirement: Full sun to partial shadeHeight: 4 to 6 inchesBloom time: Late winter or early springPlanting tips: Plant 3 to 4 inches deep; needs dry soil
Most people think about daffodils, tulips and crocus bulb planting in fall, but tiny iris reticulata are another possibility and bloom in March here in USDA zone 5.
“Will want to plant patches of bulbs in various areas for interest in Spring.” — fltcoatmom
Modern Country Lady
Get inspired by nature
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Let yourself be inspired by nature and plant in big drifts of colour, like here with hundreds of bluebells.
well-drained soil. Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Height: English, 8 to 16 inches; Spanish, 16 inches Bloom time: Mid- to late spring Planting tips: Plant 3 inches deep. Bluebells self-seed.
73;ment: Full sun or par­tial shade Height: Eng­lish, 8 to 16 inches; Span­ish, 16 inches Bloom time: Mid- to late spring Plant­ing tips: Plant 3 inches deep. Blue­bells self-seed.
your zone) Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Height: English, 8 to 16 inches; Spanish, 16 inches Bloom time: Mid- to late spring Planting tips: Plant 3 inches deep. Bluebells self-seed
“Colour of the plants” — rutela
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