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The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
525a Upper Changi Road
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Plant beds along wall. Can grow low-light plants with
TV stand, Plant by water fall
shaped couch and border with plants...water fall...Creative waterfall, plants...plants in windows...Plantings and water feature!
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Ginkgo Biloba
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should plant with the idea of leaving a legacy behind. Seasonal interest: The leaves turn to a beautiful golden yellow in the fall. They often fall off almost
should plant with the idea of leaving a legacy behind.Seasonal interest: The leaves turn to a beautiful golden yellow in the fall. They often fall off almost
the leaf-blower tucked away and enjoy it for a few days.When to plant: Spring or fall
dependable big tree, ginkgo puts on a dramatic show in late fall — in California, often closer to Christmas than Halloween. Green leaves (shaped like a
“Wonder if this is the "fall" version or if it stays this yellow?” — Meagan Shaffer
Urban Oasis
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Waterwise Mediterranean
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conditions without the threat of extreme temperature swings. Cut the plant back in fall, after flowering, to maintain a healthy, bushy shape and promote new
Pride of Madeira - full sun, good drainage, not much water, Cut back in fall, reseeds, fills
without the threat of extreme temperature swings.Cut the plant back in fall, after flowering, to maintain a healthy, bushy shape and promote new growth.Pride
most long-lived plant; it will fill in if the parent plant dies. You can also let seed heads dry on the plant and collect them to plant elsewhere in your
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal water and well-drained soil. Pride of Madeira prefers drier climates but thrives in coastal conditions without
“Plant” — jbente12
Pete Veilleux, East Bay Wilds
Vitis californica
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bark on twisted and gnarled vines is both elegant and rugged. When to plant: Fall to spring is ideal
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
results, plant it near a support and avoid transplanting it.This vine grows best in well-drained soil. Establish it with regular water after planting and continue
Planting notes. Not a fussy plant, California wild grape is adaptable to different soils and
Planting notes. 'Roger's Red' can grow several feet per year, so space is an important consideration. The vine is very trainable when it's young and responds
lower water. Give it plenty of space on a wall, fence or arbor next to its planting site. Tendrils reach, grasp and hold as the vine grows. The vines are easy
“Vines” — nicov75
Le jardinet
narrow trees for narrow gardens
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Year-round When to plant: Spring or fall Planting notes: Plant it in well-drained soil.
and 3 feet wide Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring or fall Planting notes: Plant it in well-drained soil.
seasonal designs quicker and cheaper, with fewer plants to purchase and plant.
tall and 3 feet wideSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Spring or fallPlanting notes: Plant it in well-drained soil.
putting together seasonal designs quicker and cheaper, with fewer plants to purchase and plant.Here are some design ideas for using conifers in your containers
attitude. With oddly bent branches like the cactus, this stands out from other plants by virtue of its shape as well as its deep blue-green color. This is my
“garden” — cgibbs116
Field Outdoor Spaces
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Minneapolis Eco-yard
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I love this look. Can you give me the names of all the plants seen here?
their first year if you plant them in spring, but you can still put blooming plants in place in fall for a burst of color. Taller plants may be droopy, so stake
Plant for all seasons — or at least three of them. There are very few plants that bloom prolifically from spring to fall. As you’re
Plant for all seasons — or at least three of them. There are very few plants that bloom prolifically from spring to fall. As
Plant for all seasons — or at least three of them. There are very few plants that bloom prolifically from spring to fall. As you’re choosing
fades by the taller, summer-blooming perennials they’re planted under.Don’t forget late-summer and fall color as well. It will keep your garden from looking
“more natural looking” — casey55
Mary Ellen Margolis
Eupatorium purpureum Joe Pye Weed
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summer or early fall. Directly plant seeds into the soil in the fall. Buy container plants at the nursery and plant them in the fall. If you plant from containers
native plant is a late bloomer, with large, showy purple-mauve-ish flowers. Its blooms will continue into early fall. Best time to plant: Fall. Joe Pye
Weed is one such plant. This native, often overlooked beauty grows up to 7 feet tall, adds showy purplish blooms in late summer to early fall and is quite
This native plant is a late bloomer, with large, showy purple-mauve-ish flowers. Its blooms will continue into early fall.Best time to plant: Fall. Joe Pye
Light requirement: Full sun to light shadeMature size: The standard native plant can grow up to 7 feet tall and 4 feet wide, but there are dwarf varieties
“Joe Pye weed” — worleyd
Modern Exterior
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yellow autumn color; dark, furrowed bark to admire in winter When to plant: Fall
To hang plants from and add a water wall??????
zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone) Water requirement: Very little beyond initial planting Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 60 to 100 feet tall; 50 feet wide
A natural berm planted with sumac trees lines the approach to the house. As the trees mature, they will create a solid screen along the entry road, making
“faux frame” — hickorycon
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