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Rock Cotoneaster
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control; tolerant of wind, pollution, deer and rabbits Seasonal interest: Abundant flowers in spring and summer; showy red berries in fall through winter; colorful fall foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in summer.
control; tolerant of wind, pollution, deer and rabbits Seasonal interest: Abundant flowers in spring and summer; showy red berries in fall through winter; colorful fall foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in summer. Distinguishing traits. Cotoneasters are noted for their petite foliage and showy red
erosion control; tolerant of wind, pollution, deer and rabbits Seasonal interest: Abundant flowers in spring, summer; showy red berries in fall - winter; colorful fall foliage When to plant: cuttings in summer.
“for front hill?” — maggiesetler
Concept Plants
'Old Fashioned' smoke bush
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compost. To get larger leaves (although this will 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. By the end of the summer the shrub will have quickly grown again to 4 feet tall and wide, but the
compost.To get larger leaves (although this will 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. By the end of the summer the shrub will have quickly grown again to 4 feet tall and wide, but the
“Old fashioned smoke bush” — ktillot1
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
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partridge feather, Tanacetum densum amani
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Partridge Feather (Tanacetum densum sp amani) Low-growing shrub, 6 to 8 inches tall, can be used as a trailing ground cover. Yellow flowers attract butterflies in early summer. Thrives with little water in a dry climate. Zones 4 to 9. Full sun.
southeastern Turkey Soft evergreen foliage conceals partridge feather’s tough disposition. Yellow flowers attract butterflies in early summer while its velvet gray foliage persists. This low-growing shrub, at 6 to 8 inches tall, can be used as a trailing ground cover or bed edge. Partridge feather can
southeastern Turkey Soft evergreen foliage conceals partridge feather’s tough disposition. Yellow flowers attract butterflies in early summer while its velvet gray foliage persists. This low-growing shrub, at 6 to 8 inches tall, can be used as a trailing ground cover or bed edge. Partridge feather can
“Partridge Feather (Tanacetum densum sp amani) Native to southeastern Turkey” — snootchie
The New York Botanical Garden
Shrub Rose
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"Blushing Knock Out" rose is an easy maintenance shrub rose great for a perennial garden.
Pink roses, more compact. bloom all summer
diseases, and does not require deadheading. Perfect as a small shrub rose in a perennial garden or container garden, growing to about 3 - 4' tall in zones 5 to 11.
Blushing Knock Out for cut flowers
borders and container plantings. They also combine beautifully with other flowering plants, provided you choose those with similar sun and water requirements. Daylilies (Hemerocallis spp, zones 3 to 9) are perfect spring/summer complements, as are purple coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea, zones 3 to 9)
tolerant once established, resists pests and diseases, and does not require deadheading. It features single light pink blooms and is perfect as a small shrub rose in a perennial garden or container garden, growing to about 3 to 4 feet tall for gardeners in zones 5 to 11.
“Everything” — ceinig
AJW Landscape Design
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Martin Residence
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bell-like white flowers. As the temperature dips in fall, the entire shrub takes on a delightful rosy blush. In the landscape: Since this shrub offers year-round interest, it is an ideal candidate for planting with herbaceous perennials. Here the designer has combined it with the summer blooming Zagreb
Little Heath, then the fragrant white flowers in spring surely will.
In the landscape: Since this shrub offers year-round interest, it is an ideal candidate for planting with herbaceous perennials. Here the designer has combined it with the summer blooming Zagreb tickseed (Coreopsis v
Little Heath Andromeda, Andromeda, lily of the valley shrub Thrives on morning sun, afternoon shade. Deck or garage flower bed.
“flowers” — housejunk
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Flower Gardens in the South
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Flower gardens around Atlanta, photographed by Simply Flowers, inc.
What are the types of flowers in here?
ear plants are Caladiums, and behind them look to be Sweet Potato Vine climbing up the purple ornamental grass. The pink vine flowers belong to a Mandevilla.
The orange flowers appear to be Zinnia.
pink vine flowers belong to a Mandevilla.
Plant heat-loving flowers: There are many colorful flowers that will take our Texas heat and laugh it off. To add a refreshing color to your summer garden, plant
Plant heat-loving flowers: There are many colorful flowers that will take our Texas heat and laugh it off. To add a refreshing color to your summer garden, plant zinnias, ageratum, Blue daze, periwinkle, wax begonia
“Perfect!” — karenbirkhead
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
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Fairway Overlook
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A Serviceberry tree is back-planted with flowering shrubs; long-blooming perennials and ornamental grasses make up the foreground. Westhauser Photography
4 to 9 Height: 20 to 25 feet Color: Green leaves in summer; turns orange-red in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full to partial sun Water requirement: Regular
Apple service berry tree A Serviceberry tree is back-planted with flowering shrubs; long-blooming perennials and ornamental grasses make
zones: 4 to 9 Height: 20 to 25 feet Color: Green leaves in summer; turns orange-red in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full to partial sun Water requirement: Regular
apple serviceberry - great tree for summer shade/fall color
most average-sized homes,” he says. “Plus, the purple berries make a marvelous jam.” USDA zones: 4 to 9 Height: 20 to 25 feet Color: Green leaves in summer; turns orange-red in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full to partial sun Water requirement: Regular
“serviceberry tree, rozanne geranium” — danmac1234
Burpee
Zinnia Zahara Double Fire
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Love the flowers. Where can I purchase them?
ageratum, bedding begonias, celosia, lobelias, marigolds, petunias, portulaca. Sow seeds of summer flowers. Marigolds and zinnias are especially easy to grow from seeds
zinnias here, like heat. annual flowers - easy to plant from nursery packs ageratum, bedding begonias, celosia, lobelias, marigolds
Container Plant - Blooms through summer EASY
grow tons of these this summer
The Zinnia can be started from seeds prior to planting. Friendly to all zones these full sun flowers are a perfect filler.
zinnia - good outdoor pot flower
bedding begonias, celosia, lobelias, marigolds, petunias, portulaca. Sow seeds of summer flowers. Marigolds and zinnias are especially easy to grow from seeds sown directly in the ground in sunny spots. Plant summer vegetables. Not too late. In fact, tomatoes and peppers set out as seedlings usually
“Zinias” — Shelly Walker
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