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2014 flowers and foliage
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are far from low maintenance. True to their name, these 6- to 8-foot-tall flowering stems need to be tied to stakes several times during the growing season, then cut down to encourage reblooming. Due to their sheer stature, they are always planted at the back of the border, which is a challenge to reach
Full sun Mature size: 2½ feet tall and 18 inches wide Benefits and tolerances: Deer and rabbit resistant; attracts hummingbirds and butterflies Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring Distinguishing traits: Makes a great cut flower; has a dwarf form; suitable for windy locations; does not need
sun - Mature size: 2½ feet tall and 18 inches wide - Benefits and tolerances: Deer and rabbit resistant; attracts hummingbirds and butterflies - Seasonal interest: Summer Distinguishing traits: Makes a great cut flower; has a dwarf form; suitable for windy locations; does not need staking
“color” — constancefgray
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
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to 20 inches tall with a spread of 4 to 8 feet Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates drought, rocky soil and air pollution; good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall Distinguishing traits. Creeping juniper does just as its name implies, spreading at a medium growth
to 20 inches tall with a spread of 4 to 8 feet Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates drought, rocky soil and air pollution; good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall Distinguishing traits. Creeping juniper does just as its name implies, spreading at a medium growth
to 20 inches tall with a spread of 4 to 8 feet Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates drought, rocky soil and air pollution; good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall
“I love his plant, what is it?” — tinamaries
MAGDALENA & MGS Architecture
4 Reviews
Entry Steps
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Planting notes. Low junipers make an outstanding choice for entry areas, as they look good throughout the seasons and provide contrast to hardscape features like stairs, pathways and boulders. Create planting pockets around established plants and intersperse
Planting notes. Low junipers make an outstanding choice for entry areas, as they look good throughout the seasons and provide contrast to hardscape features like stairs, pathways and boulders
Planting notes. Low junipers make an outstanding choice for entry areas, as they look good throughout the seasons and provide contrast to hardscape features like stairs, pathways and boulders. Create planting pockets around established plants and intersperse
“Junipers” — mcou2
Proven Winners
Glow Girl™ Birchleaf Spirea
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the flowers; I actually don’t mind this too much, as the shrub continues to produce coppery new foliage. Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall
ignored by deer, although they may nibble the flowers; I actually don’t mind this too much, as the shrub continues to produce coppery new foliage. Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall
ignored by deer, although they may nibble the flowers; I actually don’t mind this too much, as the shrub continues to produce coppery new foliage.Seasonal interest: Spring to fallWhen to plant: Spring or fall
“by front door idea” — mgranskou
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
blue cabbage
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their storage life. More: How to Grow Cool-Season Vegetables More in Cool-Season Crops » Get a Jump on a Cool-Season Vegetable Garden » Extend Your Growing Season With a Cold Frame in the Garden » Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Lettuce » Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Beets »
Lettuce,cabbage & kale as cool-season foliage.
Likewise, veggies bring a sense of intrigue. Use lettuces, cabbages and kale as cool-season foliage plants. Tuck in a few bell peppers or tomatoes for tasteful color in summer.
frost hits. These are usually grown as ornamentals, but they are edible. More: How to Grow Cool-Season Vegetables Add to ideabook by Jocelyn H. Chilvers by Jocelyn H. Chilvers When to plant: Like most cool-season crops, cabbage is happiest growing in fall or spring. For spring planting, sow the seeds of
“Green and purple cabbage” — sineid
CWB Architects
Bug Acres of Woodstock
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In our three season, sun room?
Four seasons room with wood stove .
I love the wood stove idea in the 3 season room!
Windows in four season
four season room...3 season room
“Screened porcg” — casanostra16
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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good drought tolerance. It grows quite well in those "transition" areas of the United States, where it's too hot and humid for cool-season grasses, yet too cool for warm-season grasses. It is adapted to many soil types but prefers well-drained clay soils, and it does fairly well in more shaded conditions
aromatic aster. fall flowering which get a lot of ilate season pollinators.
shrub habit Benefits: Mid- to late-fall blooms over many weeks; great nectar source for butterflies; very low maintenance and super drought tolerant Seasonal interest: Violet to blue blooms from October on When to plant: Spring to fall
perennial at 2 to 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall, it blooms forever and ever from September into October with bluish-purplish flowers. It gets lots of late-season pollinator action, especially from those insects that are migrating or getting ready to hibernate.
“Raydon's favorite (Aster oblongifolius 'October Skies', zones 3 to 8) was described by a friend as b” — Beth Zgoda
Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
18 Reviews
Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
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I have a similar 3 season porch. I notice it is winter outside. Is this porch heated. If so, how. Also do you use in the winter. Thank you!
& windows. Here's the website for the All Season Room http://www.patioenclosures.com/all-season-rooms.aspx.
Patio Enclosures custom manufactures the doors & windows. Here's the website for the All Season Room http://www.patioenclosures.com/all-season-rooms.aspx.
“animal print in a light color to tie into cattle baron and buddha” — iowafreespirit
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