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Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
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provide the desired spirited and colorful landscape utilizing cooler climate plantings, and to push the limits on the abstract hardscape design without alienating
construction and stored on an adjacent lot. We utilized a portable screening plant, processing the topsoil and adding about 1500 tons of additional purchased
that provides electricity for the home. A lush, almost tropical looking planting was provided for a large sunken area to offer relief to the lower living
I would love to know the name of the pruple plant! Does anyone know?
The deep purple plants in the foreground appear to be Salvia - 'may night'
The clumping plant to the left of the May Night Salvia is Sedum spectabile. Probably the variety
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Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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feature surrounded in a sea of color and textures (hydrangea, Boxwoods and Russian Sage).
Height order: Hydrangea, boxwood, Russian Sage
limelight hydrangea, inkberry, russian sage
hydrangea and russian sage...Russian sage + Boxwood...Russian Sage...Russian sage and hydrangea limelight...All of the plants...pot and plants...Combination of colour/plants...Hydrangea, Boxwoods, Russian Sage...hydrangea. Box sage...russian sage and hydrangea...hydrangea, boxwoods and russian sage.
“Baton Rouge landscaping” — decorateme123
Jean Marsh Design
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Salvia 'Midnight' & Red Fountain Grass replace turf in this parkway
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The plants in this parkway are irrigated with a drip system design & photo by Jean Marsh
condensatus (giant wild rye) or (Festuca Californica (CA fescue). These plants are more sustainable, fire wise and water wise.
Shrubby Mexican Bush Sage Really an evergreen shrub rather than a perennial, Mexican bush sage is close enough in general looks to Russian sage and lavender to
Mexican Bush Sage Really an evergreen shrub rather than a perennial, Mexican bush sage is close enough in general looks to Russian sage and lavender to
Shrubby Mexican Bush SageReally an evergreen shrub rather than a perennial, Mexican bush sage is close enough in general looks to Russian sage and lavender to
Shrubby Mexican Bush SageReally an evergreen shrub rather than a perennial, Mexican bush sage is close enough in general looks to Russian sage and lavender to
“Like these grasses” — barbaraniblett
Avant Garden
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Kentfield Contemporary Garden
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English style entry planting photo by Galen Fultz
I love the drought resistant plantings. I live in Davis where it gets hot in the summer. For that reason, I love the Russian
Russian sage (you have there) but wonder, how do I prevent it from taking over? I had to take one out simply because it was the only one surviving? Thank
Love the plantings. Thought the peak color complimented the garden well.
should do ok as long as it is not too hot of a location like the desert. Plants are English boxwood, Cotinus 'Royal Purple', Nepeta, Lavender, Roses, and
oh, by the way I live in So Cal. think the plants will do well? thank you!
plants are english boxwood , cotinus, roysl purple
“the pavers” — jenandtomwintercreek
KenCairn Landscape Architecture
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Deer compatible phoenix oregon
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What are the grasses and purple flowering plants here? Very pretty!
boxwoods with purple sage, lavender? and ilex planting
Beautiful - What plants are being used?...What are plant names?...Mex and Russian sage n salvia...Mexican sage....Steel, Native Plants
“deer proof landscape idea” — mround1
Gast Architects
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Dry Creek Valley Home - A Pool For Sharing
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What is the green plant with purple flowers in the foreground?
What are the big green spikey plants (NOT the ones with
the land arch but I greatly admire this planting scheme. The tall grasses are Miscanthus, the whispy purple plant is perovskia and the wheat colored grasses
example of grasses and Russian sage
Love this tranquil setting with its perfect planting
“landscape” — mbunnya
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
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Pool and spa
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Can you please tell me what the purple plants are? Thankyou....
northeast, and have both of these plants in a sunny location in my garden. In Florida, they may need shade, if they are plants that can grow in your climate
baby Catmint plants come up over the past few years that I've been able to move to another part of the yard or share with friends. Great plants and easy to
The dark purple is salvia( there are many varieties). The lighter plant is Nepeta( Catmint). Both are perennials( come back every year). Both like
varieties). The lighter plant is Nepeta( Catmint). Both are perennials( come back every year). Both like sun. The grey-green plant is Silver Mound artemesia
The plant is "Sliver Mound" Artemesia....I like the dark blue plant in the lower...Pops color, meadow & Russian sage
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Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
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perennial Lamb's Ear. The plant behind it with lavender flowers spreading out is Cat Mint. Under the first window looks like Russian Sage. On the left side the
Love the plants welcoming to the front door
The very first plant at the "V" beginning
the first few plants I'm unable to see clearly. But you can see a small Rose bush with pale, possibly cream colored flowers. Next to that are tall pink
Lovely - lamb's ear at corner of v with cat mint behind. Under window is Russian sage. Opposite side-tall pink perennials are cosmos.
Cat Mint; pink on left = Cosmos; tall greenish yellow under window = Russian Sage
dense plants, differnt heights, lots of color and texture
summer garden. That way you'll make room for your cooler-weather plants. • Remove any plant that is dead, including spring and summer annuals, like petunias
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