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Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
Ideabooks7,043
Questions2
Trees & shrubs/foliage
Shrub variation grasses
trees and shrubs around perimeter
Trees shrubs
“Love” — tamaraviney
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Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks23,480
Questions12
street, while at the same time graciously welcoming visitors. If you have too much busy street energy in front of the house, try planting trees or shrubs near the sidewalk, adding a porch or covering over your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near the front walk. Pathways
street, while at the same time graciously welcoming visitors. If you have too much busy street energy in front of the house, try planting trees or shrubs near the sidewalk, adding a porch or covering over your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near the front walk. Pathways
Drought-tolerant shrubs supremely complement this colonial farmhouse.
energy of the street, while at the same time graciously welcoming visitors. If you have a busy street in front of the house, try planting trees or shrubs near the footpath, adding a verandah or partially concealing your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near the front walk
“Like Front Door look with a porch on the front” — twr3
Proven Winners
Glow Girl™ Birchleaf Spirea
Ideabooks598
Questions0
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
with hummingbirds and butterflies but generally 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
with hummingbirds and butterflies but generally 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
“Glow Girl Birchleaf Spirea (Spiraea ‘Tor Gold’)” — lcdrum
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
Ideabooks720
Questions0
RegularSun requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Climbing to 15 feet; can be trained as a shrubTolerances: Disease, shade and heat"
i love shrub roses--my old house had a hedge of Betty Boop
Climbing to 15 feet; can be trained as a shrub Tolerances: Disease, shade and heat
Repeat-blooming roses can be pruned similarly to modern roses but more lightly. Miniature roses: Clean up the inside, creating an open, radiating shrub to promote good airflow and circulation. The stem-diameter rule does not apply, but remove any thin, spindly stems.
Fashion Rose USDA zones: 5-9Water requirement: RegularSun requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Climbing to 15 feet; can be trained as a shrubTolerances: Disease, shade and heat
“Sally Holmes rose” — newportfam
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks711
Questions1
panicles rising above the foliage mound to 3-4' tall. Foliage turns reddish-bronze in late summer. While making a perfect understory to taller trees and shrubs, its upright habit allows for companion planting at the base. Needs constantly moist soil, partial shade.
feels rough to the touch, with stiff bristles along its stem, making it unpalatable to deer. While making a perfect understory to taller trees and shrubs, its upright habit allows for companion planting at the base. USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Constantly moist soil Light
feels rough to the touch, with stiff bristles along its stem, making it unpalatable to deer. While making a perfect understory to taller trees and shrubs, its upright habit allows for companion planting at the base. USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Constantly moist soil Light
“Rodgersia pinnata” — Heather Baldwin
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Choisya ternata
Ideabooks695
Questions0
the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over and over, this enchanting and versatile shrub is hard to resist. Naturally rounded and full, easily maintained to a smaller size, generously covered in superbly fragrant clusters of white flowers
the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over and over, this enchanting and versatile shrub is hard to resist. Naturally rounded and full, easily maintained to a smaller size, generously covered in superbly fragrant clusters of white flowers
the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over and over, this enchanting and versatile shrub is hard to resist. Naturally rounded and full, easily maintained to a smaller size, generously covered in superbly fragrant clusters of white flowers
“Mexican (mock orange): Sundance yellow leaves, Pearl Fern like leaves” — martinsmum
Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks1,552
Questions2
Grass in front of formal shrub
like the shrub forming strong line with the soft line of grass underneath
late-winter trimming. Be sure to avoid pruning your spring-flowering trees and shrubs at this time, as doing so will remove their flower power until next year.
Mid- to high deserts (3,000 to 6,000 feet). Lightly prune evergreen shrubs, such as boxwood (Buxus spp) and dwarf yaupon (Ilex vomitoria); it will
forms adjacent to it for contrast, like mounds of mondo grass. If the boxwood marks a line between lawn and woodland, it is a nice contrast to woodland shrubs with natural undulating silhouettes like rhododendrons.If you are framing ornamental trees, dogwoods and redbuds look wonderful with boxwood. Other
“Great hedge and ground cover” — cdvalor
Duxborough Designs
9 Reviews
Peterson Rd., Duxbury MA
Ideabooks1,549
Questions0
The pool is nestled in a very lush and private garden featuring perennials, flowering and evergreen shrubs, ornamental grasses and stone pavers.
Maybe same thing around fence with shrubs for privacy and to soften the edge of the yard
love the mixture of plants and shrubs used
privacy shrubs along the pool
Shrubs around pool
“Love grasses” — cmcmahon8
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