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Joanne Green
3 Reviews
Bilgola Plateau Project
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garden design...garden path...garden privacy...garden shelter...garden sleepers...productive garden...Purple salvia...Garden bed
“Purple salvia” — sarahashburner
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
Ideabooks3,456
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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'
I like these plants for the sloping garden. Salvia, rosemary, lavendar.
This is a nice shrub planting- rosemary, lavender, salvia for dry rocky slopes. Back yard?
to 9) and sage (salvia spp and cvs, zones 5 to 9) are all good choices.
officinalis, zones 8 to 10), lavender (Lavendula spp, zones 5 to 9) and sage (salvia spp and cvs, zones 5 to 9) are all good choices.More: Inspired Designs for
good look for the hillside garden
“love the purple flowers” — chumly1958
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks1,800
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include 'Garden Treasure' and 'Cora Louise'. 2013
world. Good choices include 'Garden Treasure' and 'Cora Louise'
ns in the peony world. Good choices include 'Garden Treasure' and 'Cora Louise'.
Admirez cette salvia, ce miscanthus et ces pivoines ! Ils forment
Salvia is great in clumps or mixed in with larger, lighter blooms. Plant salvia when you need a little contrast for
Sneak peek! Salvia, miscanthus and peonies combine warm and cool colors.
“Plant salvia divinorum or sage” — mkyp
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks19,374
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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
Red flowers and gravel -red salvia gregii . Also like plant layerings
Red sage Salvia roja necesita muy poca agua. se poda en primavera y me imagino
Just past this garden's entry is a blaze of red flowering salvia planted in a crescent bed to emphasize the space.
Wildflower gardens remind me of Meda
“garden” — deede
Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
8 Reviews
Water Features
Ideabooks3,913
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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.
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
Salvia and pansies with topiary roses and lime green ground cover
love the garden, particularly the paving
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
“chartreuse and purple color scheme” — mmc4761
Ann Kearsley Design
Perennial garden in late afternoon
Ideabooks9,058
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A private garden along Maine's southern coast.
there are just too many varieties in this garden for me to call them out individually. There are roses, salvias, peonies, poppies, echinacea, daylilies,
Johanna, The purple spike flowers are indeed Salvias, including 'Caradonna' and 'May Night' varieties.
This garden was planted in Spring 2007, this photo
roses, salvias, peonies, poppies, echinacea, daylilies, playtcodon, siberian iris, knautia, geraniums
Love this garden and it's only a year old!
huge shade trees. This detail creates a natural end point of the perennial garden and can be appreciated from a long distance away. Imagine how the setting
what is the age of this garden?...I think they could be Salvia's.
“Perrenial heaven” — monchell
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
Ideabooks2,125
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like the olive tree, salvia and rosemary
fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among rosemary and salvia. The beauty and power of this vignette would be compromised if several
up to a vista below. In the midst of the quivering breezes of rosemary, salvia and lavender, with olive trees hovering in the background, I wish I was
fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled among rosemary and salvia. The beauty and power of this vignette would be compromised if several other
sight lines in your garden and place a sculpture so that the piece speaks on its own without competing with others. Bends in garden paths, hedges and even
bathtub can go in the garden....love a dragon in my garden
“The dragon” — Back into the Closet!
Jean Brooks Landscapes
8 Reviews
Harvard Square, Urban Landscape
Ideabooks4,114
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The ones in front of the salvia.
rich purples. Deeper purple flowers look splendid sharing space in the same garden bed with paler lavender ones, especially when surrounded by natural elements
Harvard Sq garden design...Nice garden...Salvia, lady's mantle...The path in the garden...pretty catment and salvia...lavender colors of salvia
“Great space divider” — jbastick
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