36,490 spring Home Design Photos

Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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Lungwort, Pulmonaria Saccharata, Bethleham Sage. Deer resistant; hummingbirds; light shade; plant spring or fall
earliest perennials to appear in spring and one of the last to go dormant in fall.The large, elongated leaves are spotted with silver — this would be an attractive foliage plant even if it never bloomed. Clusters of tubular flowers are held high above the foliage in spring and offer an early treat to h
“Pulmonaria saccharata 'Mrs. Moon'. Common name is lungwort” — igerrez
Le jardinet
Filoli
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Tulips - a sign of Spring!
on a much humbler scale: tulips. These vibrant spring flowers were abundant throughout the garden. Bold blocks of red, gold, pink and white filled beds and pots — a true celebration of the new season.This outstanding 654-acre Californian jewel offers spring design ideas for all homeowners, no matter how
“ring of fire bed?” — Ruth
Amy Renea
Spring Garden
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The back screen door of spring is slamming behind us, but there are still little babies being born (aside from those pesky bugs). Save the pruning until all little eggs have hatched and the birdies are flying free.This year I had to sacrifice a fern for a while so these eggs could remain in peace.
Mid-Atlantic. "The back screen door of spring is slamming behind us, but there are still little babies being born (aside from those pesky bugs)," says gardening writer Amy Renea. "Save the pruning until all little eggs have hatched and the birdies are flying free."Ger her Mid-Atlantic June checklist
“His eye is on the sparrow” — websters
a Blade of Grass
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Spring Bulbs
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Container garden filled with spring flowers.
Spring Bulbs...Spring box...spring bulbs...Spring flowers
“Perfection!” — sweetpea3c
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Woodland garden 1
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The miracle of spring. Spring, more than any other season, provides the opportunity for serendipity to happen to those who are open to it. Newly emerging plants change by the hour, literally growing before our eyes. I spotted this unfurling painted fern
The miracle of spring. Spring, more than any other season, provides the opportunity for serendipity to happen to those who are open to it. Newly emerging plants change by the hour, literally growing before our eyes. I spotted this unfurling painted fern frond at the edge of my koi pond. It stopped me
“print photo for Miles' room” — angelacaldwell
The New York Botanical Garden
Pachysandra terminalis
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within a few years Seasonal interest: This evergreen provides a lush green ground cover all year round and flowers in early spring. When to plant: After the last frost in spring or in the fall
areas within a few yearsSeasonal interest: This evergreen provides a lush green ground cover all year round and flowers in early spring.When to plant: After the last frost in spring or in the fall
“packasandra aggressive” — barfay
Chinese Cabbage
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Bok Choy: When to plant: Best in midsummer for a fall harvest. You can also sow early, slow-to-bolt varieties in spring after nighttime temperatures reach 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Days to maturity: 50 to 85 Light requirement: Full sun; partial shade where hot Water
they reach full size. For pak choi types, either cut the entire head or harvest individual leaves. Harvest in fall before the first hard frost or in spring before the plant bolts. Pak choi flowers are edible.
When to plant: Best in midsummer for a fall harvest. You can also sow early, slow-to-bolt varieties in spring after nighttime temperatures reach 50 degrees Fahrenheit.Days to maturity: 50 to 85 Light requirement: Full sun; partial shade where hotWater requirement: RegularFavorites:Napa: Blues, Bilko
“food patterns for he walls or frames” — lepetitgroin
J. Peterson Garden Design
container plants
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Colorful Pansy and Viola Though usually planted in winter and spring, these annuals can brighten containers and border edges in fall as well, at least until the frosts get heavy. Although most members of the viola family
prefer shade Mature size: 3 to 10 inches Growing tips: For best results, keep your soil moist. If your winters are mild, these plants may last until spring, although they probably won’t last until the following fall. Many are prolific self-seeders.
Colorful Pansy and ViolaThough usually planted in winter and spring, these annuals can brighten containers and border edges in fall as well, at least until the frosts get heavy. Although most members of the viola family
prefer shadeMature size: 3 to 10 inchesGrowing tips: For best results, keep your soil moist. If your winters are mild, these plants may last until spring, although they probably won’t last until the following fall. Many are prolific self-seeders.
“Colorful pansy and viola - for FALL.” — almostjane
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