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Ginkgo Leaf Studio
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Fairway Overlook
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A Serviceberry tree is back-planted with flowering shrubs; long-blooming perennials and ornamental grasses make up the foreground. Westhauser Photography
love the textures and levels of the various plants and bushes
look at plantings and shapes and stuff on sides of house
note white trellis against house. A good design for us. Nice Serviceberry in plant bed.
More Geranium Rozanne as dominant border plant creating continuity in landscape.
How to Plant Grass Seed1. Prep the ground. Properly prepare the area before you plant grass seed. Incorrectly prepared ground will result in a lawn that is lumpy and bumpy, creating more than simply aesthetic
“Serviceberry” — Jennifer F.
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Great Design Plants
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performers I have ever grown. Not all hardy geraniums are equal. Many self-seed prolifically, while others bloom only sporadically after an initial flush. Rozanne, however, is well behaved in both regards. I have never seen it set seed or spread by runners, and it blooms from early summer until the first
established Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 12 to 15 inches tall and spreading to 3 feet When to plant: In spring or fall
great plant, lasting color, easy to manage
partial shade Mature size: 12 to 15 inches tall and spreading to 3 feet When to plant: In spring or fall
and 3 feet wide Benefits: Unlike many summer-blooming perennials, it does not need deadheading. Seasonal interest: Early summer to late fall When to plant: Spring or fall
“Rosanne” — hredman2
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning
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Plant Combinations
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Eschscholzia (Pink California Poppy) Drought tolerant, full sun, plant seeds in fall or early spring. Deadhead seed pods to get more bloom. Once plant looks like it is dying down, cut it to the ground, do not pull out roots. The plant will come back for a few years. My website i have a spot where
where I discuss poppies. Orange ones are dominate and the seeds will be orange for all in the garden if not removed. Mid-ground: Iris sibirica (Siberian Iris) Iris plants are grown by bulb in the fall and return each year. They will slowly multiply and look best in mass. They bloom once, cut back teh
replant a new baby near the same spot to grow and take over. They bloom the most in spring and then sporadic bloom through fall. Small birds like the seeds.
Kim Gamel
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Poolside Tropical Container Garden
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Moss rose, zinnias can be started from seeds.
in a wide variety of colors and looks lovely spilling over the sides of a pot, as in this photo. Because it cannot take freezing temps, it’s best to plant after the average last frost. Botanical name: Portulaca grandiflora USDA zones: N/A; treat as an annual Water requirement: Dry to medium moisture;
in a wide variety of colors and looks lovely spilling over the sides of a pot, as in this photo. Because it cannot take freezing temps, it’s best to plant after the average last frost.Botanical name: Portulaca grandifloraUSDA zones: N/A; treat as an annualWater requirement: Dry to medium moisture; well-drained
“Flower pot” — pool122198
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
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Front Yard Planting Design
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This NY Rockland County front yard planting design uses a variety of shrubbery, perennials & annuals that change in color and feel from month to month. Landscape design and build services in the New Jersey and New York areas. 845-590-7306 http://summersetgardens.com
Can anyone identify the plants here?
Mixture of Vinca, Daylily, Verbena, Petunia, Cosmos, Peony......and more
flower planting design in back yard along fence line?
“Front yard” — jennifermark
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succulent plants and pots
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What are the other plants in this beautiful combination?
Keep the flower heads clipped to prevent seed formation and dont give starts away to your friends
colors and shape of pot and plants
Love the combination of plants in this container.
love the color and plant selection
Plantings and container
love the colours and plants!
succulent plants and pots
Plants in pot...Potted plant...plant colors...Plant type...Pot and plant
“Donkey Tail Spurge” — jennifershussey
Paintbox Garden
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Garden Tour - Exploring Natives at the New York Botanical Garden
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teach our visitors the essential role that plants play in the living ecosystem all around us,” says Jody Payne, curator of the Native Plant Garden. Bees of all kinds are drawn to tall blazing star (Liatris aspera), which also attracts finches that eat the seeds. It's growing with purple love grass (Eragrostis
eratris aspera (finches like seeds) and purple love grass (eragrostis spectablis)
attracts finches that eat the seeds. It's growing with purple love grass (Eragrostis spectabilis), which has a habitat range that extends from Maine to Florida.
Bees of all kinds are drawn to tall blazing star (Liatris aspera), which also attracts finches that eat the seeds. It's growing with purple
teach our visitors the essential role that plants play in the living ecosystem all around us,” says Jody Payne, curator of the Native Plant Garden.Bees of all kinds are drawn to tall blazing star (Liatris aspera), which also attracts finches that eat the seeds. It's growing with purple love grass (Eragrostis
“look into it” — mihascasas
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Dill
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Sonoma Planting and Care It's best to start from seeds, not transplants. Choose a site in full sun with well-drained, loose soil. Dill will do fine in rocky soil as long as the drainage is good and there is room for its long taproot to grow. Enrich very poor or compacted soil before planting. To avoid
avoid cross-pollination, plant well away from fennel and coriander. Sow seeds ¼ inch deep in rows 2 feet apart. Thin seedlings to 1 foot apart when 2 to 3 inches tall. You can feed lightly in spring, if at all, but don’t overfertilize. To keep your crop going, sow successively throughout the growing season
Dill is heat sensitive, so even with your best efforts, the plants may die back in hot summer conditions. Keep weeds under control. Pinch back the tops to keep the plants bushier and encourage new growth. You may need to stake taller plants, especially in windy areas. Dill attracts butterflies and
“Dill. Sun. Delicate. Do not let Flower.” — misslizz62
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