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Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
South Cove Residence
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Morning Light Miscanthus Grass, Lilac Tree, Salvia May Night
as blue fescue. Try pairing various purples with blues in the nursery or garden center before buying to find the best combination.
consider:2. Is the Plant the Right Size for the Job?If you're looking for a garden focal point or a screen, a large shrub or an ornamental tree — plants 8
Think “Right tree, right place.” When siting a tree in your garden, survey for overhead and underground utilities that can be problematic during
The purple plant looks like salvia...Tones of salvia with blue/ greystone...Mayten tree with salvia and long grass
“small to med 10-25 ft trees for privacy” — liepnieks
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Coastal or Seacoast Plants
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Perennial Sage (Salvia X sylvestris ‘May Night’)
Perennial Sage (Salvia X sylvestris ‘May Night’) Most salvias give a lengthy
Perennial Sage (Salvia X sylvestris ‘May Night’) Most salvias give a lengthy performance in the garden, and
Perennial Sage(Salvia X sylvestris ‘May Night’)Most salvias give a lengthy performance in the garden, and cold-hardy ‘May Night’ delights
The May Night sage (Salvia nemorosa 'Mainacht', zone 4) in the foreground adds a lovely purple accent to the coastal garden. It needs little care or s
fiery yellow adds a colorful punch and energizing contrast to cool purple salvia.
“Color scheme” — otterdecor
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
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Hi, I love this mix of plants. I believe I recognize some lamb's ears, salvia (Caradona ?) but I am not sure about the others. Would you mind telling
Just wanted to thank you! We added some of these plants in our garden and it turned out lovely. Thank you!
If you're talking about the spiky plants, I believe that is the Salvia "May Night" noted above. If you are talking about the pinkish purple flowers
Sorry for the delayed response! The plants we used here are: Salvia 'May Night'. The lamb's ear has been very aggressive and I would recommend
'Caesar's Brother', Alchemilla mollis, and Perovskia atriplicifolia. This garden is built on a very exposed hillside in Downeast Maine, and everything is
The salvia we used here is actually Salvia 'May Night'
“Landscape design” — cornerstonedesignhomes
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
William Joyce Design Southern California Vineyard
Ideabooks19,847
Questions4
Salvia 'Indigo Spires' and Aeonium 'Alice Keck Park'
Salvia species prefer to be in full sun/light shade, they likely wouldn't like
Succulents with blue salvia angst stone wall
Vibrant blue salvia...Salvia spires...Garden easy care...Salvia Indigo Spires- full sun/part...Blue salvia...Dark purple Salvia tall...garden 2...salvia indigo...Succulent garden with lavender
“Succulent border with blooming color” — lfsullivan
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
Ideabooks4,081
Questions2
metal and heat induced patinas. This terrace overlooks the sloped perennial garden. We finished the rear space with a calm stone arrangement emerging from
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 called 'Brilliant'
to 9) and sage (salvia spp and cvs, zones 5 to 9) are all good choices.
appear to be Salvia - 'may night' What is the green one to the left of the purple? The clumping plant to the left of the May Night Salvia is Sedum spectabile
10:49PM PRO Green Acres The deep purple plants in the foreground appear to be Salvia - 'may night' 1 Like Bookmark August 7, 2014 at 8:52PM January
“Density & the tier levels” — sugi34
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Tall meadow planting
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Questions1
This is how a garden should look, natural and colorful
No defined color scheme in flower garden
From Focus Your Garden Pallete ideaabook
olor is all around us, and in the garden it is one of our most powerful resources
With the expeditions of the great plant hunters of the Victorian age, gardens in the Western world were filled with a multitude of new and exciting plants
“awesome garden” — mjkjrobinson
Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
8 Reviews
Water Features
Ideabooks4,079
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That is Salvia nemerosa 'East Friesland' (Meadow sage) Thank you!
better to use this Scotch Moss for a small area, rockeries or a Japanese garden.
Scotch Moss for small areas. We already have the Salvia (meadow sage)
subulata 'Aurea', Salvia nemerosa 'East Friesland', blue pansies
Could you imagine walking through that magical looking garden ?
Salvia nemerosa 'East Friesland' (Meadow sage) Thank you!
unique ability to bring unity to disparate elements in the garden. This composition of salvias, pansies and tree roses is viewed as a unified piece because
unique ability to bring unity to disparate elements in the garden. This composition of salvias, pansies and tree roses is viewed as a unified piece because
“Landscape design” — cornerstonedesignhomes
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks20,105
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Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Homeowner wanted a natural style garden with Mediterranean and native California plants. An avid hiker
Beautiful! I always linger at this picture :) How much time would it take for a garden to look like this from the time it is planted?
style garden of Mediterranean and California natives
Just past this garden's entry is a blaze of red flowering salvia planted in a crescent bed to emphasize the space.
Native plants mix with Mediterranean imports in a Central California garden. Since both thrive in the same conditions, they work well together; most people
would be hard pressed to know which is which. The result is an easy-care garden that's colorful without demanding too much water. The color of the decomposed
“dg path + plantings” — patmissouri
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