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Conte & Conte, LLC
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Soundview Manor
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the salvia...salvia for front circle!...Salvia, begonia
“Lavender” — Narigo Mbago
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
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Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
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Planted by owner, not by us, could be as noted above...or a Salvia...
Salvia or Veronica and blue star creeper(ground cover)
blue star creeper is ground cover and salvia
“The purple flowers and dasalarium(sp?)” — taylorartglass
a Blade of Grass
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Country Farm House
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What are the blue flowers? Is that an indigo salvia? And is it perennial? Thanks.
The blue flowers in the center of the bed are Salvia guaranitica 'Black and Blue'. They are an annual in our climate, but perennials
example of anatomy of layers: from short to tall ajuga, salvia, geranium, dahlia, zinnia, rose
example of anatomy of layers: from short to tall ajuga, salvia, geranium, dahlia, zinnia, rose ...
“Dahlias and varied plantings. Stone flowerbed border. Gravel path.” — bumblebee05
Oehme, van Sweden Landscape Architecture
Springs Fireplace Road
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m, Japanese anemone, many irises, liriope, lythrum, nerines, rudbeckia, salvia, and sedum. TIP: Some plants do so well in certain areas they become invasive
m, Japanese anemone, many irises, liriope, lythrum, nerines, rudbeckia, salvia, and sedum.
m, Japanese anemone, many irises, liriope, lythrum, nerines, rudbeckia, salvia, and sedum
m, Japanese anemone, many irises, liriope, lythrum, nerines, rudbeckia, salvia, and sedum.TIP: Some plants do so well in certain areas they become invasive
“rustic arbor” — Wiley Moore Interiors
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
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Those were annuals. Victoria Blue Salvia.
Jasmine, pentas, salvia combo w boxwood balls, love!
blue salvia
“plants” — belindabhazel
JKT Associates, Inc.
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Sonoma Back Yard Renovation
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The spikey purple plant is Salvia 'Ostfriesland'. There is also lavender, purple Verbena, and Russian Sage in
Rocks, salvias, conifers...rock bed with salvia...Dry creek, salvia
“Lavender and rocks” — debbielaperle1
Mac Devereux Harborough Decorators
English Country house decorating
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Salvia is great in clumps or mixed in with larger, lighter blooms. Plant salvia when you need a little contrast for
“Brick” — lillykatherine1
River Valley Landscapes & Pools
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Farmhouse Transformed
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Catmint? Salvia? Lavender?...Like the blue salvia
“i like the blue” — simon_gurner
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Salvia?
What are the light purple flowers?
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