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Becky Harris
Edith Wharton's The Mount Gardens and Grounds
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find a showy plant that thrives in shade and looks good even as the flowers die. That's why I'm such a fan of astilbes. These gorgeous plants have feathery
This is a showy shade plant that thrives in moist/damp soils. It cannot tolerate drought or full sun.
high, up to 18 inches wideBenefits and tolerances: This is a showy shade plant that thrives in moist/damp soils. It cannot tolerate drought or full sun
in the fall and the dried flowers can adorn the house in winter.When to plant: Mid-spring or after the last frost
“white Astilbe” — hksm78
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What region is this in? Or what planting zone?
Where can I find that light fixture in the planting bed? It's perfect for this setting
What are the green plants in the front of the bed.
what is planted in the front of this bed? Love the continuity of color. Repeating plants keeps it from
more low light plants...looks like anyways...very nice
clearly see in this planting scheme how the use of mass in the planting creates that feeling of enclosure.To create an area of planted mass, you don't have
designs typically consist of one-third evergreens to two-thirds deciduous plantings, or vice versa.
large plants to left of path
“post lamp” — csbgranma
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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Purple Sage
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Generally overlooked as potential bedding plants, herbs deliver threefold with their curly
tricolor sage as pathway or groundcover plant
once establishedPrime growing season: Spring through fallWhen to plant: Spring; can plant in fall in warm-winter climatesFavorites: Aurea, Berggarten (Mountain
Mix it up. Herbs and veggies integrate nicely with ornamental plants in mixed borders. Artichoke, Swiss chard, Tuscan kale, curl-leaf parsley, culinary
Generally overlooked as potential bedding plants, herbs deliver threefold with their curly, spiky or variegated foliage
which can last several years with the right conditions.When and how to plant: Set out nursery seedlings when the weather warms in spring and summer. Light
herbs as bedding plants - neat!
“Generally overlooked as potential bedding plants, herbs deliver threefold with their curly, spiky or” — gowerr
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Traditional Perennial
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lawn. The plants won't have to compete with the tree roots and the container will be a sculptural element in the garden even when the plants are not in
gentle curves along fence with simple plants
Pretty Plants, but would want it fuller.
Mulch by fence with flowers/plants/trees
good border plantings - not too crowded...Purple plants...Perimeter plants...fence plantings...Some of these Plants...Planting under trees...planting along fence
“Landscape” — kmorton776
Pete Veilleux, East Bay Wilds
California buckwheat
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mix it with other plants. Place it in the middle or front of a planting bed. If you’re not planting it in a mass or drift, give the plant plenty of room to
gorgeous. I love to place this plant where I can watch the parade of pollinators.Planting notes. With a deep taproot, this is a plant you don’t want to move once
once it’s been planted. The upside is that the taproot is the reason it’s drought tolerant.Such an important and lovely plant desires a lot of attention
spathacea) and California bush anemone (Carpenteria californica)More: Browse plants native to your region
ecocentrix landscape architecture
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Victorian Edible Garden - South Pasadena
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Planting and care: Choose a well-drained site in full sun. Mix compost or manure into the soil two to three weeks prior to planting. Set up any irrigation
irrigation furrows or drip systems before planting as well. To maximize pollination, plant corn either in a block containing at least four rows of corn that
productive but easier to tend). Water the soil thoroughly before planting. If you're planting in a block, sow seeds 1 to 2 inches deep and 4 to 6 inches apart
seeds per hill, 1 to 2 inches deep, then thin to three plants per hill.For best container results, plant in three or four 20-inch containers. Make three holes
“Sow seeds.” — J. Peterson Garden Design
The New York Botanical Garden
Garden viola
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hyacinths for four to six weeks in the refrigerator before planting them. Plant perennials. Fall planting gives perennials a chance to build up strong root systems
of natives. You can plant a new lawn — it's usually better to go with sod now than seeds. And take advantage of the special planting opportunities that
earlier blooms, start with plants in 2- or 4-inch pots. Make sure to choose a spot that gets as much winter sun as possible. Plant cool-season vegetables.
their slimy telltale trails; set out bait. Plant spring-blooming bulbs. In November there's still time to plant all bulbs: crocuses, daffodils, freesias
“Πανσές” — Kostis Kassaros
Missouri Botanical Garden
Lead Plant
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Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder Lead Plant / Amorpha canescens
Lead Plant Native from the Midwest down to Texas Out here in prairie country, you know the land is healthy when you see lead plant (Amorpha
lays its eggs on lead plant, as well as on the spectacular purple prairie clover (Dalea purpurea).
Lead plant2' wide & tall. Hosts southern dogface butterfly
Lead Plant Native from the Midwest down to Texas Out here in
Lead PlantNative from the Midwest down to TexasOut here in prairie country, you know the land is healthy when you see lead plant (Amorpha canescens). More
gray-blue foliage. The southern dogface butterfly lays its eggs on lead plant, as well as on the spectacular purple prairie clover (Dalea purpurea).
Plant the Lead Plant for a diverse look
“Lead plant2' wide & tall. Hosts southern dogface butterfly” — phlishie
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