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Chinese Wisteria
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for its spring display of drooping clusters of extremely fragrant violet-blue flowers. Perfect for covering patios, arbors or fences. Fast-growing stems grow to 25 feet or longer and can be trained as a small tree. Grows in climate zones 5-8. Photo courtesy of Monrovia
blooms. Its stems grow to 25 feet or longer making it great for covering patios, arbors or fences.
Chinese Wisteria Wisteria sinensis This is the classic, most common variety, valued for its violet blooms. Its stems grow to 25
Chinese Wisteria Wisteria sinensis This is the classic, most common variety, valued for its violet blooms. Its stems grow to 25 feet or longer making it great for covering patios, arbors or fences.
Wisteria sinensis (Chinese Wisteria) This is the classic, most common variety, valued for its violet blooms. Its stems grow to 25 feet or longer making it great for covering patios, arbors or fences.
“wisteria” — ellewink
Currahee Club
2013 Southern Living Custom Builder Showcase Home by Dillard-Jones Builders
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Hi wekiva1- Bittersweet Stem by Sherwin Williams
Color 7536 Bittersweet Stem
Bittersweet Stem
“Game table” — Valerie Cansler
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Island Grove Estate Outdoor Living Area
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Benjamin® Sky Chief Porcelain Stem Mount Light
Benjamin® Bomber Porcelain Stem Mount Light
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“Seahorse, idea for 2nd casita” — stage_lady
Le jardinet
October check list
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spectacular hellebore as soon as it was introduced. Big, fat pink buds explode into a remarkable display of flowers from November to April. Each tall, red stem bears multiple large blooms in shades of pink, burgundy and deep red; those colors are set off perfectly by the silvery green foliage. Each plant will
spectacular hellebore as soon as it was introduced. Big, fat pink buds explode into a remarkable display of flowers from November to April. Each tall, red stem bears multiple large blooms in shades of pink, burgundy and deep red; those colors are set off perfectly by the silvery green foliage. Each plant will
spectacular hellebore as soon as it was introduced. Big, fat pink buds explode into a remarkable display of flowers from November to April. Each tall, red stem bears multiple large blooms in shades of pink, burgundy and deep red; those colors are set off perfectly by the silvery green foliage. Each plant will
“'Pink Frost' hellebores” — zarth22
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Favorite Plants and Cool Stuff
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strawberry begonia (Saxifraga stolonifera, zones 6 to 9). This ground cover sports silvery white variegated foliage that’s pink underneath, with pink stems.
strawberry begonia (Saxifraga stolonifera, zones 6 to 9). This ground cover sports silvery white variegated foliage that’s pink underneath, with pink stems.
“pink variegated leaves.” — Barbara Disraeli
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Two Rivers Residence
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along with evergreens during the winter months; when positioned near a wall or a backdrop of cedars, the branches will be even more obvious. Young stems offer the most intense color and can be cut for winter containers or simply put in a glass vase. These are small trees, growing to 20 feet tall, so
along with evergreens during the winter months; when positioned near a wall or a backdrop of cedars, the branches will be even more obvious. Young stems offer the most intense color and can be cut for winter containers or simply put in a glass vase. These are small trees, growing to 20 feet tall, so
along with evergreens during the winter months; when positioned near a wall or a backdrop of cedars, the branches will be even more obvious. Young stems offer the most intense color and can be cut for winter containers or simply put in a glass vase.These are small trees, growing to 20 feet tall, so they
“Very cool looking tree...japanese maple” — labelleisringin
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Elegant Echeveria
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Drought tolerant; deer resistant Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers in summer When to plant: Plant cuttings or offsets spring through fall; allow the stem end to become callous.
Drought tolerant; deer resistant Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers in summer When to plant: Plant cuttings or offsets spring through fall; allow the stem end to become callous. Shown: Echeveria elegans in bloom backed by Aeonium 'Sunburst'
Drought tolerant; deer resistantSeasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers in summerWhen to plant: Plant cuttings or offsets spring through fall; allow the stem end to become callous.Shown: Echeveria elegans in bloom backed by Aeonium 'Sunburst'
“Hens & Chicks” — jennifershussey
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Mission Valley Front yard
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Drought tolerant; deer resistant Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers in summer When to plant: Plant cuttings or offsets spring through fall; allow the stem end to become callous.
foliage pick-me-up. Unlike many succulents, Echeverias are not monocarpic and can flower several times throughout a lifetime. In summer look for a stem of clustered flowers, often in bright pinks and yellows. Shown: Echeveria 'Afterglow'
Unlike many succulents, Echeverias are not monocarpic and can flower several times throughout a lifetime. In summer look for a stem of clustered flowers, often in bright pinks and yellows. Shown: Echeveria 'Afterglow'
pink foliage pick-me-up. Unlike many succulents, Echeverias are not monocarpic and can flower several times throughout a lifetime. In summer look for a stem of clustered flowers, often in bright pinks and yellows. Shown: Echeveria 'Afterglow'
“Eschevaria” — jennifershussey
What length of stem did you choose for the Bare Head Swivel 1 lights?
It looks like the 6 inch? I'm considering these lights to illuminate various paintings and art objects in my combo living room and dining room. To me they...
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