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Continus coggygria Smoke Bush (Old Fashioned Smoke Bush)
Old Fashioned Smoke Bush (Cotinus coggygria
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
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
5 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
“greens with soft pop colors” — angiita
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Smoke tree adds a splash of purple and a 'smokie' bloom.
‘Grace’ smoke tree (Cotinus ‘Grace’).
‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus X 'Grace')Common names: 'Grace' smoke tree; 'Grace' smoketree; 'Grace' smoke bush; 'Grace' smokebush USDA zones: 4-9Water requirement:
Grace smoke tree is purple leaves...Smoke tree and blue oat grass...Smoke tree...Smoke bush...Grace smoke tree...Grace smoke tree grass...red smoke tree
“Smoke tree” — Yazmin Kuball
Contemporary Landscape
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purple smoke tree, cotinus coggyygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8
stems with bigger leaves. (Don't cut it down if you'd prefer its smoke-like flowers.) Smoke tree grows 15 feet high and 20 feet wide, but it's usually pruned
Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) is as common a site on the
A cross between the European smoke bush
“Cotinus and oakleaf hydrangea” — pippa12258
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Kitchen
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Where can I get the smoke mirror tiles for a bar area. Thanks.
Smoked. If you want your kitchen to make a stronger statement, use smoked-glass mirror instead of traditional silver mirror. Smoked glass
Smoked. If you want your kitchen to make a stronger statement, use smoked-glass mirror instead of traditional silver mirror. Smoked glass has
Smoked. If you want your kitchen to make a stronger statement, use smoked-glass mirror instead of traditional silver mirror. Smoked glass has more of a
“Granite” — yveka
Concept Plants
'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
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Planting notes. All smoke bushes prefer reasonably fertile
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
Planting notes. All smoke bushes prefer reasonably fertile, moisture-retentive yet well-drained soil. They benefit from an application of balanced fertilizer
“Smoke bush” — debra251
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A Master Bathroom with a View
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Walls: Pale Smoke (#1584) Benjamin Moore
The wall color is "Pale Smoke" from Benjamin Moore.
Ben Moore Pale Smoke - calming color...Pale smoke guest bath...Benjamin Moore Pale Smoke...Pale smoke by Benjamin Moore...pale smoke by ben. moore...Pale smoke wall color...Pale smoke...tile and wall, pale smoke...Pale smoke paint...paint - pale smoke...pale smoke walls
“like the sitting area with hooks above” — obimomkenobi
Contemporary Landscape
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Grace Smoke Tree - Chocolate brown accent
Like the red bush (smoke tree) against the
Smoke Plant...smoke tree...Grace smoke tree...Tree grace smoke tree...Purple smoke tree and grasses...Smoke tree and grasses...the Grace Smoke Tree
“Okanagan planting combo” — coolarthur
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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
(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:
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
Grace smoke bush. Love this tree!...Grace smoke bush 6x6' with pruning...Cotinus 'Grace' Smoke Bush or tree
“Grace Smoke Bush” — Jennifer Mast
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