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Chilean Jasmine (Mandevilla laxa)
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alluring vine, a treat for gardens through summer and into fall
is this an annual. grow up fence in back....
Heavenly white blooms make Chilean Jasmine a garden knockout throughout the summer and fall. Clustered 2-inch flowers appear amongst shiny, green tapered leaves
Heavenly white blooms make Chilean Jasmine a garden knockout throughout the summer and fall. Clustered 2-inch flowers appear amongst shiny, green tapered leaves
Chilean Jasmine - blooms all summer
“Chliean Jasmine (climbing vine but not as intrusive as Wisteria and do no harm to structures)” — Jose Guardado
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Deer resistant annuals
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Ageraturm. Annual protects from insects and toxic to deer
One of my all-time favorites. And although it's considered an annual here, it often returns the next year.
Ageratum annual...Nice Summer flower...Deer resistant annuals
“Ageraturm. Annual protects from insects and toxic to deer” — malenaruland
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Ferndale Residence
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Coleus blumei for shade garden. Annual.” “shade garden with annuals and perennials”
great shade garden with annuals and perennials
perfect for pots Seasonal interest: Adds bulk to plantings from spring through summer When to plant: Mid-spring or after the last frost
Coleus blumei for shade garden. Annual.
“the darker green is catmint, the red plants are coleus and the grasses are purple fountain grass.” — geri3thomas
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
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Shasta Daisy border
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daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have to use annuals. This wonderful planting of Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum) shows
daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have to use annuals. This wonderful planting of Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum) shows
“grow on hill” — Joanna Landry
Doering Landscape Company
Seasonal Annual Beds
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Contrasting annual flowers can enhance bedlines guiding ones eye through the landscape. Detailed maintenance is a fundamental.
start thinking about annuals - wait until after last frost to plant
impatients. Can't wait to plant them along my front walkway and beds this summer at my new house.
The annuals with grass path...Seasonal Annual Beds
“Impatiens” — jenkidd
Creative Atmospheres, Inc.
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Brennan Residence
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or so. Botanical name: Coriandrum sativum USDA zones: N/A; treat as an annual Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soil Light requirement:
I use lots of cilantro all summer - can keep seeds on hand and replenish through the season.
weeks or so.Botanical name: Coriandrum sativumUSDA zones: N/A; treat as an annualWater requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soilLight requirement: Full
“Cilantro. Goes to seed quickly. Stagger planting every 2 weeks in Spring. Part Shade best.” — misslizz62
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Glass art
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The Dallas Texas Arboretum had a Summer display of Glass Art last summer. You could check the web site or write them a Note. I'm
eye, however, was the way the homeowners have echoed the deep reds of the annual black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia sp.) in the glass itself. This color connection
sculpture, but rather a strategic design statement that highlights these summer flowers.
eye, however, was the way the homeowners have echoed the deep reds of the annual black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia sp.) in the glass itself. This color connection
sculpture, but rather a strategic design statement that highlights these summer flowers.
“Anything glass reflects the light” — Your Color Diva
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Great Plant Combinations
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‘Goldsturm’) Don’t be a plant snob. Black-eyed Susan may be ubiquitous in summer gardens, but that doesn’t mean it is not worth growing anymore. I have a
g a small cedar cabin, and it is truly a stunning highlight of the late-summer garden. So far the plants have never been nibbled by deer, or if they have
a great cut flower; drought tolerant; low maintenance Seasonal interest: Summer to fall When to plant: Spring or fall Planting notes: Plant it in average
sun or partial shade Mature size: 3 feet tall and wide Seasonal interest: Summer through fall When to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall
sun or partial shade Mature size: 3 feet tall and wideSeasonal interest: Summer through fallWhen to plant: Plant it in well-drained soil in spring or fall
“Deer Resistant PNW” — jtsedona
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