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I'm sure this is a Smoke Tree
landscape bush to consider - Old Fashioned Smoke bush
Old Fashioned smoke bush, zone 5
OLD FASHIONED smoke bush : 6'H x 5'W sun-part shade
beautiful bush! possible good with deer
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush----supposed to be drought tolerant
old fashioned smoke bush, cotinus coggygria-zone 5-10, full sun to partial shade, 6ft tall and 5 ft wide.
5 to 10. All smoke bushes like fertile, well-drained yet moisture-retentive soil. It has average water needs. Check before you plant it, as it can be considered invasive in some areas.
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush(Cotinus coggygria ‘Old Fashioned’) Foliage can be a great backdrop, 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
“Landscape” — sunnyintx
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'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
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Thinking of replacing the front rhododendron with smoke bush
'old fashioned smoke bush' - goes from yellow green to fuchsia to bright red in fall
smoke bush is a beautiful, strong color.
There are a variety of smoke bushes---some have green leaves, others purple and red..........they do like to stay moist......can become a tree.
how to take care of smoke bush
All smoke bushes prefer reasonably fertile, moisture-retentive yet well-drained soil. They benefit from an application of balanced fertilizer in spring, although I typically just add a mulch of good-quality compost.To get larger leaves (although this will sacrifice the flowers), older smoke bushes can
can be coppiced in spring. When buds begin to break, cut the stems of the smoke bush back to just 2 feet tall. By the end of the summer the shrub will have quickly grown again to 4 feet tall and wide, but the foliage will be even more stunning than usual. Do not coppice very young plants, however. I usually
“smoke bush http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/9730074/list/Great-Design-Plant--Old-Fashioned-Smoke-Bush” — cecimo
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'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
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I found the name of this particular smoke bush. It is Heester - Cotinus coggygria 'Old Fashioned'PBR
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush - Bold color - 6' tall x 5' wide
smoke bush - partial shade, dr tol, 6 ft tall
old fashioned smoke bush diventa rosso per passare poi a verde blu scuro
in fall the bush ignites with fiery shades of red, orange and hot pink.
Red leaf color of smoke bush that turns blue green
Old fashioned Smoke bush - The soft oval leaves open purple before maturing to a cool blue-green, contrasting
cool blue-green, contrasting beautifully with the ruby-red stems and veins.Prolific yellow-green flowers adorn the shrub in spring, while in fall the bush ignites with fiery shades of red, orange and hot pink.
“Beautiful color!” — remakable13
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Botanical name: Cotinus ‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus x 'Grace') Common name: Grace smoke bush (syn. Grace smoke tree)
Grace smoke bush (syn. Grace smoke tree)
Grace smoke bush. Love this tree!
Grace smoke bush adds deeper tones. Water requirements are average to low. Plant is spring or fall.
Grace smoke bush 6x6' with pruning
Cotinus 'Grace' Smoke Bush or tree
Grace smoke tree (Cotinus) hardy in zones 4-9 - likes full sun
grace smoke bush- red leaved bush, plant in fall
Garden 2013 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. Grace smoke tree) Where
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. 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 Le jardinet” — absrx7
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Botanical name: Cotinus x 'Grace' Common name: 'Grace' smoke bush
Color combination Robinia Gold Rush Cryptomeria, lilium and Smoke Bush
The 2 together with a Grace Smoke bush
Grace smoke bush added for color. Plant in front is African Queen lily. Smoke bush needs full sun & grows 10 - 15'
such as 'Grace' smoke bush, shown here. This will help to fill in between the golden locust tree and conifer while the lily grows and continue to add structure when those blooms have finished.
Red bush in the background is called "Grace" smoke bush.
all deer resistant, smoke bush, African lily, golden locust tree, dwarf Japanese cedar
smoke bush-also see close up picture
Added smoke bush to previous photo
including darker foliage such as 'Grace' smoke bush, shown here. This will help to fill in between the golden locust tree and conifer while the lily grows and continue to add structure when those blooms have finished.I have found that deer may nibble smoke bushes a little but rarely do significant damage
“flowers” — Tebalo Thatho
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Grace smoke tree is purple leaves
Cotinus ‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus X 'Grace') - Grace Smoke Tree - Slope
Smoke tree and blue oat grass
Smoke bush and blue oat grass
Have recently seen smoke bush in several landscapes and love the leaf shape and beautiful variety of colors in comes in. Would it work with an asian flavored landscape??
smoke bush with grasses surrounding pool seating area
Grace smoke tree plant for slope
Botanical name: Cotinus ‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus X 'Grace')Common names: 'Grace' smoke tree; 'Grace' smoketree; 'Grace' smoke bush; 'Grace' smokebush USDA zones: 4-9Water requirement: average; do not overwaterSun requirement: Full sunMature size: 10-15’ h x 10-15’ spreadTolerances: drought, no significant
“Blue Oat Grass and flame bush for drought resistant plantings on side of house” — Cat S.
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coppicing. You can read how to do that by following the link in this article i wrote a while back. http://www.lejardinetdesigns.com/2012/05/27/can-smoke-in-the-garden-be-a-good-thing/
Smoke bush - is it burgundy?? Leave shape mixes
purples you want. Bright daylily (Hemerocallis) and reddish-hued smoke bush (Cotinus coggygria) form the foreground of this lovely landscape
Orange day lily and purple smoke bush
The orange flowers and the tall purple stalks and the red bush foliage on lower right
article i wrote a while back. http://www.lejardinetdesigns.com/2012/05/27/can-smoke-in-the-garden-be-a-good-thing/
of summer.Yet without a strong framework of foliage, all of these would be just a collection of pretty flowers. The golden locust tree and Grace smoke bush add solid blasts of color to satisfy our human desire for structure and ensure that our hummingbird garden is attractive to all garden visitors.The
“Color” — olive_shoe
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The foliage from 'Grace' smoke bush and several grasses form a picture frame for summer daisies (Rudbeckia 'Goldstrum' and Helenium 'Mardi Gras') Le jardinet
The foliage from 'Grace' smoke bush and several grasses form a picture frame for summer daisies (Rudbeckia 'Goldstrum' and Helenium 'Mardi Gras')
two daisies, smoke bush and grasses
The foliage from 'Grace' smoke bush and several grasses form a picture frame for summer daisies (Rudbeckia 'Goldstrum' and Helenium 'Mardi Gras') Le jardinet
foliage from 'Grace' smoke bush and several grasses form a picture frame for summer daisies (Rudbeckia 'Goldstrum' and Helenium 'Mardi Gras'). Works because colors are limited to red/yellow/orange. addition of blue would distract.
“4. Become reacquainted with color flow. Think back to middle school science class. Do you remember l” — Beth Zgoda
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