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Annie Thornton
Huntington Desert Garden
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To avoid root root, don't overwater. Be sure to remove the dead parent plant once it's done flowering so the successive colonies will continue to grow
Jenny | Pacific Coast Iris Plumbago | Red Kangaroo Paw | Sally Holmes Rose | Slipper Plant | Snake FlowerGreat design grasses:Black Mondo Grass | Cape Rush
remove the dead parent plant once it's done flowering so the successive colonies will continue to grow.More great design plants:Euphorbia | Red-Leafed
Planting notes. Native to regions in Arizona and northern Mexico, A. parryi is one of the most cold-hardy species of the agaves, giving gardeners in other
“Parry Agave” — Donna Kopf-Mellinger
Winter aconite (Eranthis hyemalis)
Ideabooks156
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Creeping Jenny | Pacific Coast Iris | Red Kangaroo Paw | Sally Holmes RoseSlipper Plant | Snake Flower
Japanese Maple | Manzanita | Persian IronwoodSmoke Tree | Tree AloeGreat design plants:Redtwig Dogwood | Hens-and-Chicks | Toyon | Black Mondo Grass | Feather
Winter color plant...Ideas got foundation planting
“Winters flower” — pugmom364
Mock orange (Philadelphus lewisii)
Ideabooks312
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Jenny | Pacific Coast Iris | Plumbago | Red Kangaroo PawSally Holmes Rose | Slipper Plant |Snake FlowerGreat design grasses:Black Mondo Grass | Cape Rush |Feather
matter how small.Photo by A. Barra via Wikimedia CommonsMore great design plants:Red-Leafed Mukdenia | Blue Chalk Sticks| Hens-and-Chicks | Redtwig Dogwood
“Philadelphus lewisii (Mock Orange)” — kylzh
Land Plus Associates, Ltd
4 Reviews
Country Manor
Ideabooks50,128
Questions15
What is planted in front of the boxwood hedges as ground cover?
The climbing plants on the door entrance are Confederate Jasmine.
Combo of pachysandra, low boxwood, hedge, ball boxwood, hydrangeas, roses
“Overhang court yard” — newcashhouse
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks2,625
Questions2
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen
articles says to plant thorny bushes below the window. Bourganvillea, barberries, roses, yuccas, etc
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large
“h” — Blossom Jwalkerz
Suzman Design Associates
8 Reviews
Country Court Yard
Ideabooks2,976
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What plants should I use for an outdoor privacy screen?
Could you please tell the name of your rose bushes? Thanks
Outdoor plantings will largely depend on where you live and it's climatic conditions. Other
Love a profusion of roses - not sure where they
Mass plantings to highlight specimen plants. Usually you admire roses in a floral arrangement or as a specimen bush. Although some may
may argue that an entire bank planted with the same species of rose contradicts the unique and rare qualities that are associated with a single bush or
often use roses in groupings that are far less organized and staid that what we think of as a traditional rose garden.
yet still enjoy roses in your garden, modern landscape roses (as seen above) such as Knockout, Drift, Oso Easy and Flower Carpet roses create a long-lasting
Stay on top of rose pests and
“knockout roses” — dainalevine
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Rose Garden
Ideabooks1,914
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White knock out roses? Planted by red brick
- not crazy wild plantings everywhere. Like the white roses
Hanging plant over the tea garden White roses
missing out on a lot of planting opportunities. Flowering vines that soar overhead and ground covers that creep around the rose's base are the perfect bookends
7. Vines and ground covers. If you're using a wide variety of shrub roses that grow from 2 to 6 feet tall or taller, then your eye will naturally gravitate
bookends to your shrub roses' form. Vines to consider are passion vine (Passiflora spp, zones 6 to 10), moonflower (Ipomoea alba, zones 9 to 11), sweet
“white roses” — amberwaterman
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Magnolia stellata (Star magnolia)
Ideabooks51
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Creeping Jenny | Pacific Coast Iris | Red Kangaroo Paw | Sally Holmes RoseSlipper Plant | Snake Flower
Japanese Maple | Manzanita | Persian IronwoodSmoke Tree | Tree AloeGreat design plants:Redtwig Dogwood | Hens-and-Chicks | Toyon | Black Mondo Grass | Feather
“Magnolia” — pe88y
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