103,515 plants for summer Home Design Photos

Kate Gould Gardens
3 Reviews
All seasons garden
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pretty planting...summer planting
Kate Gould Gardens
3 Reviews
All seasons garden
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pretty planting...summer planting
Kate Gould Gardens
3 Reviews
All seasons garden
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pretty planting...summer planting
Kate Gould Gardens
3 Reviews
All seasons garden
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pretty planting...summer planting
Marian Boswall Landscape Architects
Court Lodge
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pink planting...summer flowering herbaceous...herbaceous planting
Fenton Roberts Garden Design
3 Reviews
Garden with oval lawns
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spring planting...summer planting
“like the idea of circular/ integrated lawns.... for lower part of garden.” — jennifereckles
Fenton Roberts Garden Design
3 Reviews
Garden with oval lawns
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spring planting...summer planting
“circular lawn and shrubs at bottom of garden” — jennifereckles
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
4 Reviews
Lead Plant / Amorpha canescens
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interest: Blooms in early summer; unique silvery foliage; moderate winter interest When to plant: Potted or bare-root plants can be planted from spring to fall;
drought tolerant plant - Amorpha canescens
Lead plant, drought tolerant, likes clay and tough soil, good for wildlife
interest: Blooms in early summer; unique silvery foliage; moderate winter interestWhen to plant: Potted or bare-root plants can be planted from spring to fall;
prairie — but you can listen to the bees flocking to lead plant in early summer when you plant it. Dry soil in sun works great for this native from Michigan
Lead Plant (Amorpha canescens)Native from Oklahoma up to North Dakota and east into Wisconsin and IllinoisThis is one of the coolest Midwest plants. More
tolerant plant for my crappy soil type.
“These plants support bees.” — catherinegelaude
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