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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Davis Square Garden
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that if you plant it, it may emerge very late in the spring...
Its not Strawberry ; I thought it Cosmos but the Leaves aren't like Cosmos .
self-seeding windflower type of white anemone
pink flowers are standouts, and the plant is large enough to straddle the border between shrub and perennial. Plant it under tall trees or shrubs so it
Caution: Every part of this plant is poisonous
interest: The base of the plant has lovely leaves from late spring through summer, then the white flowers bloom in autumn.When to plant: Early fall or spring
pink flowers are standouts, and the plant is large enough to straddle the border between shrub and perennial. Plant it under tall trees or shrubs so it
Windflower (Anemone x hybrida spp) cultivars spread aggressively. These plants are very effective in shade and sun, as long as they don't get too dry.
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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tolerances: Easy to grow from seed and relatively drought tolerant When to plant: Divide plants in spring, or you can start seeds indoors over winter.
tolerances: Easy to grow from seed and relatively drought tolerant When to plant: Divide plants in spring, or you can start seeds indoors over winter. See how
tolerances: Easy to grow from seed and relatively drought tolerantWhen to plant: Divide plants in spring, or you can start seeds indoors over winter.See how
you can place it among other plants. Tip: Speaking of seeds — if you want to grow anything inside over winter, gather seeds once the stalks dry out. If
your own from seeds; deer resistantSeasonal interest: Early to midfall blooms; spent flower heads provide winter interest.When to plant: Early spring to
“blue sage (Salvia azurea, zones 4 to 9) fuels hummingbirds on their migration south and draws benefi” — bandiverse
Jess Knowles
Eryngium alpinum 'Blue Star'
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What is the name of this plant..is it a bulb? Annual? Perennial? Zone?
scatter seeds of the plant when visiting other peoples’ gardens.
story that the famed English plantswoman used to secretly scatter seeds of the plant when visiting other peoples’ gardens.
plantswoman used to secretly scatter seeds of the plant when visiting other peoples’ gardens.
Avoid prickly plantsChildren are tactile and inquisitive
edible or not! So before planting, check out the Royal Horticultural Society’s website for a list of potentially harmful plants that pose an ingestion or
Holly(Eryngium giganteum)Native to the CaucasusEryngium is a superb self-seeding biennial that seldom becomes a troublesome weed. Designers love it for its
“Plany” — ronawallace
Escarole
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Planting and care: Sow arugula seeds 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart or scatter them over a garden bed. Add a complete fertilizer at planting time
you don’t plant them where cabbage crops have grown. Sow seeds 1/4 inch deep and 1 to 2 inches apart. Keep the soil most, and when the plants reach between
EscarolePlanting and care: Sow arugula seeds 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart or scatter them over a garden bed. Add a complete fertilizer at planting time
you don’t plant them where cabbage crops have grown. Sow seeds 1/4 inch deep and 1 to 2 inches apart. Keep the soil most, and when the plants reach between
deep and 2 inches apart; thin to 6 to 8 inches apart. You can also scatter seeds over a garden bed. Cover with a fine layer of soil and keep moist until seedlings
“Escarole” — Nani Sa
Barbara Pintozzi
native prairie plants garden
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damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall. See how to grow
damp soil. Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sun When to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.
damp soil.Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates full, hot sunWhen to plant: Plant seeds or readily available nursery containers in fall.See how to grow Joe
lovely plant that’s used very often, and of course all coneflowers look stunning in winter — particularly with snow carefully stacked atop their seed heads
“Sunny coneflower” — jenniferw1
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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blue cabbage
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When to plant: Like most cool-season crops, cabbage is happiest growing in fall or spring. For spring planting, sow the seeds of an early variety
Cabbage: When to plant: Like most cool-season crops, cabbage is happiest growing in fall or spring. For spring planting, sow the seeds of an early variety
Chilvers When to plant: Like most cool-season crops, cabbage is happiest growing in fall or spring. For spring planting, sow the seeds of an early variety
and set out transplants three weeks later. For fall and winter crops, plant seeds of midseason and late varieties in late summer. Days to maturity: 50
When to plant: Like most cool-season crops, cabbage is happiest growing in fall or spring. For spring planting, sow the seeds of an early variety
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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T h e | D e e p | M i d d l e
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Do you have a layout of this garden. The arrangement is so wonderful. I would love to get a sense of what plants there are and their placement
been through a full cycle. However we have a number of native american plants that you mention - they do quite well. I will look to expand this approach
with pollinators When to plant: Potted or bare-root plants can be planted spring to fall; seed in fall or winter. (The seeds will need cold winter str
The Find Native Plants website. If you’re looking for a one-stop shop with links to local nurseries, seed sources and books on native plants and their natural
FIND NATIVE PLANTS The Find Native Plants website. If you’re looking for a one-stop shop with links to local nurseries, seed sources and books on
“Spotted Joe Pye Weed Great Design Plant: Eupatorium Maculatum Botanical name: Eupatorium maculatum C” — christietoo
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Mixing Perennials
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soil When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in fall or spring.
Design Planting notes. Plant seeds in late fall or mid spring, in loose soil about an inch deep. Step on them gently and water regularly. Place plants about
in most kinds of soil When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in fall or spring. See how to grow
Black Eyed Susan:Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies Plant seeds in fall or springs; plants in pots from late spring- midsummer
often into the early fall When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in fall or spring.
thrive in most kinds of soil When to plant: Put nursery plants in the ground from late spring through midsummer; sow seeds in fall or spring.See how to grow
“Russian sage mixed wth Black Eyed Susans very pretty” — dcweese
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