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Henny Kolster
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Continus coggygria Smoke Bush (Old Fashioned Smoke Bush)
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush (Cotinus coggygria ‘Old Fashioned’)
Botanical name: Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned'Common name: Old Fashioned smoke bushUSDA zones: 5 to 10 (find your zone)Water requirement: AverageLight re
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush(Cotinus coggygria ‘Old Fashioned’) Foliage can be a great backdrop, but
but sometimes it can be a feature. The foliage of Old Fashioned smoke bush goes through quite the seasonal transformation — new growth starts out purple
feet wide. Plant it in full sun to partial shade in zones 5 to 10. All smoke bushes like fertile, well-drained yet moisture-retentive soil. It has average
I'm sure this is a Smoke Tree...old fashioned smoke bush, cotinus co
“Old Fashioned Smoke Bush (Cotinus coggygria ‘Old Fashioned’) Foliage can be a great backdrop,” — terrasedgwick
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'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
Planting notes. All smoke bushes prefer reasonably
sacrifice the flowers), older smoke bushes can be coppiced in spring. When buds begin to break, cut the stems of the smoke bush back to just 2 feet tall. By
Planting notes. All smoke bushes prefer reasonably fertile, moisture-retentive yet well-drained soil. They benefit from an application of balanced fertilizer
“bush” — ellieweasel
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'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
I found the name of this particular smoke bush. It is Heester - Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned'PBR
Red leaf color of smoke bush that turns blue green
Smoke bush. Outside landscaping around patio
Prolific yellow-green flowers adorn the shrub in spring, while in fall the bush ignites with fiery shades of red, orange and hot pink.
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush - Bold color -...Old fashioned Smoke bush - The
“vibrancy!” — angiita
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Le jardinet
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Grace smoke bush (syn. Grace smoke tree)
Grace smoke bush adds deeper tones with its rich burgundy leaves.Botanical name: Cotinus ‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus x 'Grace')Common name: Grace smoke bush (syn
pruningSeasonal interest: Spring to fallWhen to plant: Spring or fallCaution: Smoke bushes are considered invasive in some parts of the U.S. Check with your local
(syn. Grace smoke tree)Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA climate zones 4 to 9)Water requirement: Average to lowLight requirement:
Grace smoke bush. Love this tree!...Grace smoke bush 6x6' with pruning...Cotinus 'Grace' Smoke Bush or tree
“Grace Smoke Bush” — Jennifer Mast
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Red bush in the background is called "Grace" smoke bush.
Cotinus x 'Grace' Common name: 'Grace' smoke bush
Color combination Robinia Gold Rush Cryptomeria, lilium and Smoke Bush
'Grace' smoke bush as part of deer screen
contrast and an additional layer by including darker foliage such as 'Grace' smoke bush, shown here. This will help to fill in between the golden locust tree
structure when those blooms have finished.I have found that deer may nibble smoke bushes a little but rarely do significant damage. In such a dense planting as
Deer resistant grace smoke bush (z4),
“Grace smoke bush” — modtiki
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Smoke tree adds a splash of purple and a 'smokie' bloom.
Have recently seen smoke bush in several landscapes
good texture combo with Smoke Bush and grass
‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus X 'Grace')Common names: 'Grace' smoke tree; 'Grace' smoketree; 'Grace' smoke bush; 'Grace' smokebush USDA zones: 4-9Water requirement:
“Smoke Tree” — Marat Shpolyansky
Contemporary Landscape
Like the red bush (smoke tree) against the
Mix of bushes on steep hill -- with steps
like the red bush/tree in middle...smoke tree...the Grace Smoke Tree...number and red smoke bush...Smoke Tree: Fans of...purple smoke bush...Smoke bush color
“house numbers” — lahirsch
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Blue Atlas Cedar Fence
after installation. The color of the cedar foliage perfectly complements the smoke tree, the Japanese maple and nearly any flower color. This is the back side
front of deeper red tree/bush). I like the larger tree/bush also (deep plum color)” “weeping blue atlas cedar against a smoke bush and japanese maple” “weeping
weeping blue atlas cedar against a smoke bush and japanese maple
“weeping blue atlas cedar , crimson queen japanese maple, purple smoke bush” “heads back toward the ground. Its powdery blue foliage is a perfect complement
to the burgundy foliage of a Crimson Queen Japanese maple or a purple smoke bush. It is a slow grower but can eventually become quite large, so some training
“cedrus atlantica pendulus, purple smokebush and japaneses maple” — katwebhd
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