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Pergola in Spring!
roots and promote growth, or was mine simply pouting? I have just moved to a new location and would like to know if it would be worth the effort to plant another one?
If I were going to plant another wisteria I would install some kind of root barrier in the ground surrounding the outside of the root system (see link below). The upper vines
I just planted a wisteria that my neighbour had grown from one of his wisterias and it grew no problem so I don't know why yours wouldn't. Just make sure you buy
of survival. The first—and most important—step is to provide a good supply of water during the fall. Dry soil harms roots and causes stress; water will transport nutrients from the soil, increasing the plant’s stored energy. Next, add an extra layer of organic mulch for the winter (about 15 centimetres
Bliss Garden Design
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Would it be possible to provide a list of plants...shrubs ferns trees, any thanks
How do you keep the gravel clean after the leaves fall?
there - Karen Chapman just wrote a great piece on the garden and identifies many of the plants. I rounded out the list in the comments section - houzz.com/ideabooks/10310819/list/Great-Garden-Combo--6-Beautiful-Plants-for-a-Shady--Wet-Site. Let me know if you need more information.
love the draping, lush shade plants
the ethereal green-on-green color combination comes to life with the contrasting textures of fern-like, linear and simple leaf shapes.Discover more plant combinations in this garden
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
What is the plant in the container?
love the plants in between rock pathway
flagstone and plantings. Think it is creeping thyme, maybe
uneven stone edge with plants growing
In this example, the fence also relates to the surrounding plantings as it weaves through it. Like the waving grasses in this garden, the fence seems to say that this home is relaxed and easy going.
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
South Miami Garden
I like the plants chosen for the beds
love all the green and the big plants
The tropical plants and trees
Ground plantings, tropical feel
Two to four weeks for design plus one to two weeks for demolition and installation. Best time to do this project: Spring in areas with cold winters; fall or winter in hotter climates.
Tropical plants...Florida plants!...exotic plants
Shepard Butler Landscape Architecture
Love the stone that is used as a water fall. How is this done? What kind of stone. Love this!!
Flat stone placed in creek for water fall/sound
Water falls and seats in water
simple water fall off rock
swimming pool and the plants
Simple plantings...Rock falls...mass planting...poolside planting
What plants are these? I love the look
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
The neutral colors, especially gray and green, we have seen here so far are part of the framework that holds the garden together. The same concept can apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially
container plants for deck top and by bedrooms
Fresh herbs spill from planters lining a walkway. The variety of plants used in each one adds interest, though using a single plant would work just as well.
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
the planting. Neil likes this stone.
I like the planting island design
Love the landscaping. Like the pavers. Shade plants.
compact interesting plants for around the patio
Planting area at the center of the picture.
I like the plants around this one as well as the large stones.
like the plantings; variety
Big leaf plants and grasses
Nice mound of plants.
patio plantings...plant arrangement...Landscape plants...Plants by the patio...mass planting
Utopia Landscape Design
What is the large pink stem plant
What is the name of both the smaller plants?
What is the name of the plant in the container?
Does anyone know the name of the plant in the container? it is perfect
Potted plant for the front end by retaining wall
blue against red stone and plants along wall
The plants and the privacy. Love the greenery.
great stained barriers bark nife plants
like the plant in the pot
In the pot: Alcantarea imperialis rubrum - Giant bromeliad; both the smaller plants: The white one is Ophiopogon variegatum and the black one is Ophiopogon planiscapus "nigrescens"; the large pink stem plant: Cordyline "Pink Diamond"