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Workshop M Architecture
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Museum District House
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plantings fall below pavers and behind deck
Everything but plants inside the fenced in area and the design of the fence
Robin- i like your idea of the horsetail reed in select places. R: It's a thirsty plant, so the irrigation has to be done right. C.: understood. i hear water rates are going up. Would be nice
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Woodside Gardens
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What kind of moss is this and how was it planted? Where was it purchased?
une végétation dense à ses abords. La découverte, au détour d’un chemin parmi les plantes, peut être renforcée le plaisir de disposer d’un point d’eau. Les fougères sont des alliées de choix ainsi que les petites plantes couvre-sol comme l’helxine. Pour ajouter des fleurs, optez pour des saxifrages et
“Floor” — olgaerbe
Fernhill Landscapes
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Lancaster County Residence
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what kind of plant is the bush with cone flowers?
The plant is an Oakleaf Hydrangea. Hydrangea quercifolia.
OAK LEAF HYDRANGEA This shrub has year-round interest, with large leaves, long-lasting blooms, fall color and exfoliating rich brown winter bark. Best time to plant: Fall or early summer
Requires fertile, well-drained soil to avoid root rot. Year-round interest, with large leaves, long-lasting blooms, fall color and exfoliating rich brown winter bark. Best to plant in Fall or early summer
This is what oakleaf hydrandea looks like, very wide, turns red burgundy in fall.
White spire hydrangea, color in fall
soil to avoid root rot. In zone 5, wrap newly planted shrubs in burlap for the winter.Seasonal interest: This shrub has year-round interest, with large leaves, long-lasting blooms, fall color and exfoliating rich brown winter bark.Best time to plant: Fall or early summer
“oakleaf hydrangia and lirope” — hambtty
Andrew Keys
Diabolo(R) ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius Diabolo(R))
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I'm not sure how dense it is in the winter... Z5 southern ontario, CAN. I was going plant old gold junipers in the front of it (south facing)and hydrangea's in the interior (house facing). What are your thoughts please? Thanks.
adds a new dimension to the garden. When to plant: Fall and spring
Purple foleage, one of the plants recommended for the front yard by Hawks.
adds a new dimension to the garden. When to plant: Fall and spring
Ninebark (especially 'Diablo') as backdrop plant.
in moist problem areas. Seasonal interest: This plant shows four-season interest. It exhibits dramatically colored spring foliage; blooms in early summer with white to pink flowers, depending on the cultivar; seeds form in drooping clusters in early fall. During winter the papery exfoliating bark adds
“Nice” — maijacs
Pete Veilleux, East Bay Wilds
Vitis californica
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to ripen, then start to dry, like raisins Winter: Bare vines; the peeling bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged. When to plant: Fall to spring is ideal
The plant the look is too messy for me
All grapevines climb by tendrils, so 'Roger's Red' will require a trellis or another support in order to climb. Alternatively, you can plant the grape as a ground cover. It will actively spread, so be sure you have plenty of room if you choose to do so.
Establish it with regular water after planting and continue with deep, infrequent watering. It's tolerant of sandy and clay soils, and grows best in full sun or partial shade.
Planting notes. Not a fussy plant, California wild grape is adaptable to different soils and sun exposure and, once established
“The plant the look is too messy for me” — Alie Zandstra ASID
Sutton Suzuki Architects
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WYboy Ranch
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like space defined by tree and plantings - intimate although very
farmhouse/ ranch plantings- grasses, natives, lavendar, (oak tree a must)
our lives. We were made to be in contact with nature all the time. This terrace takes advantage of the surroundings and blends nature in by adding plants to the concrete area, using earthy colors and just making it simple.
Live oak thrives and looks best with other California natives and Mediterranean plants, such as manzanita, ceanothus, lavender and rosemary. Pruning out whole branches can control the size a bit, open up a view and neaten up the tree's
“Landscaping” — fj62
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
White Roses, White Classic Container
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Many roses have a strong fall season. 'Iceberg', shown here,
everything - the planter, the rose, and the rose selections for a fall bloom and container friendly
Pomegranates symbolize fall in Mediterannean climates. Like early Christmas ornaments, the fat, round red fruits hang heavy on spindly branches along with small leaves turning an autumn yellow. For a container, look for a dwarf variety such as 'Nana', displaying fall foliage and tiny red fruits
White roses planted in a white planter
Love the container roses. Would be great in front or near the steps. Many roses have a strong fall season. 'Iceberg', shown here, is strong all year and does well in a pot. Other good choices for containers include low, compact types, such as 'Flower
“Roses in the planter” — Helen Chong
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Dymondia margaretae replaces water-thirsty lawn
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pot. In fall, treasure its purplish leaves. In spring and summer, the puffy, fading flowers inspire the smoky name. When a plant threatens to outgrow its container, move it into the garden as a background plant.
and rangy — can give you a year or two in a pot. In fall, treasure its purplish leaves. In spring and summer, the puffy, fading flowers inspire the smoky name. When a plant threatens to outgrow its container, move it into the garden as a background plant. USDA zone: 4-9 Water requirement: Moderate; do
control fast growth in pot, prune when plant is leafless or pinch back during the growing season.
Smoke Tree Cotinus coggygria This three-season, deciduous shrub — although vigorous and rangy — can give you a year or two in a pot. In fall, treasure its purplish leaves. In
“color” — ii_2000
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