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Timothy Lee landscape design
13 Reviews
entry garden
Ideabooks164
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2003 Perennial plant of the year: Leucanthemum 'Becky'
longer flowering season than most Shasta. 'Becky' is an excellent choice for the border, mass-planted or even in a 'naturalized' setting. It makes a great cut flower and is also loved by butterflies and hummingbirds. Plant it with Russian Sage (Pervoskia atriplicifolia) and Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue'
Perennial Plant of the Year Leucanthemum 'Becky' Shasta Daisies have been a garden favourite for well over 100 years. The first hybrid was created by Luther Burbank in 1890. He named the plant 'Shasta Daisy' because the clean, white petals reminded him of the snow on Mount Shasta in California. 'Becky'
extended flowering season. It grows about 40" tall and just about as wide. Hardy Zn 4 - 9.
“Sea of white flowers” — bpaskar
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Grass Driveway
Ideabooks560
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project. Plants with the yellow flowers look fantastic. Please, what are they?
tolerant; flowers attract hummingbirds; deer resistant Seasonal interest: Summer flowering When to plant: Spring or fall
interest: Summer flowering When to plant: Spring or fall
plant that doesn't take alot of water.
wall + gate, stepping stones and 'red hot poker' flowers
red hot poker, torch lily, poker plant
plants are large, drought tolerant, colorful
Red Hot Poker,sun to part shade.6' tall,summer flowering,plant spring or fall.
Interesting Flower for a zone 5
Summer floweringWhen to plant: Spring or fall
Red-hot poker. This native of South Africa may seem an odd choice as a perennial to use for mass effect, but it gives great ground cover, with its sword-shaped leaves creating meandering mounds.The fiery torch-like flowers of red-hot poker vertically accent
“Gareden” — andreaperrier
J Biochemist
Teucrium hircanicum
Ideabooks428
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tolerances: Flowers attract butterflies and bees; heat and drought tolerant Seasonal interest: Summer flowers When to plant: Plant seedlings in spring or fall; self-sows profusely
purple flowers iranian wood sageernygium spp hardy low water plant
tolerant; Summer flowers; Plant seedlings in spring or fall; self-sows profusely
Use Iranian wood sage as taller plant in the center of vegetative patches of rock garden
s the plant. How to use it. When planted en masse these plants create a billowy sea of pink and green. Architectural yet soft, they blow nicely in the wind and produce the perfect "undesigned" garden effect. Iranian wood sage grows well in containers and provides profile diversity for a dynamic design
“Iranian wood sage” — maggiesetler
Gary Hutton Design
1 Review
Gary Hutton Lagoon House
Ideabooks2,504
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-like plants. Consider spring-summer flowering plants for the back plantings. And layer with light, variegated garlic in front of our wheeler's pittosporums.
Eichler! Lighting, plants (a bit too wild), ...
plantings- grasses, lighting
bark with shade plants
Planting Texture...Plantings - grasses
“exterior” — aizadi
Design Farm Group
11 Reviews
Asian Modern Bergen County NJ
Ideabooks611
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This plant slowly spreads across the ground plane and creates masses so thick, I have found myself laying in its comfort with my little ones. Go ahead and try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
This plant slowly spreads across the ground plane and creates masses so thick, I have found myself laying in its comfort with my little ones. Go ahead and try it; the plant won't mind in the least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
“Lily turf” — Yidrienne Lai
naturalmidwestgarden.com
Monarch Butterflies and Milkweed
Ideabooks153
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I like the Milkweed plants. At least I think that is what they are.
Where to plant milkweed for monarchs
How to use it. Milkweed can be massed in groups of three to five or planted individually among other perennials
can be planted from early spring through October (mulch well in fall to prevent winter frost heave).
plant in groups of 3-5 plants
How to use it. Milkweed can be massed in groups of three to five or planted individually among other perennials. Its small footprint means it can go just
“Milkweed can be massed in groups of three to five or planted individually among other perennials. It” — Sarah Neblett
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks4,226
Questions3
than the flowering areas - what did I do wrong?
I went to buy the rudbeckia from local nursery but it looks totally different from these red flowers. Could you please let me know the latin name for these beauties? Thank you so much!
right flowers near a smooth big rock
good orange/red flowering perennial for heat
Blanket Flower (Gaillardia pulchella) Blanket flower is a reseeding annual that features trustworthy blooms in
Blanket flower growing into a rock wall.
time: Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and let seeds fall to the ground when the plant is done blooming. Remove spent flower stalks after the first frost.
Long-Blooming Blanket FlowerIf you want a long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early
“Smallbright flowers near a smooth big rock” — taniafazil
Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks3,546
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can you share the name of the yellow flowers? thanks
plant in masses and drifts - diversity. cone flower, black eyed susans, joe pye weed, mountain mint, blazing star and aster
plant in masses and drifts - diversity. cone flower, black eyed susans, joe pye weed, mountain mint, blazing star and aster”
black-eyed Susan, Joe Pye weed, mountain mint, blazing star, aster, purple cone flower
Russian sage and the brown eyed susans are plants that love. I like the height and width of them.
Planting notes. Plant seeds in late fall or mid spring, in loose soil about an inch deep. Step on them gently and water regularly.Place plants about 18 inches apart. Dig a hole about twice the size of the plant. Remove plant from container, give it a gentle shake and place it in the hole. Fill
“Colorful perennials for summer.” — franklyesoteric
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