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Product Bureau LLC
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bold color modern bedroom
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approaching summer bed linens (especially for guests), throws, cushions and floor pillows. When it's 100 degrees outside, lounging on a fleece cushion probably won't sound like a good idea. More: 8 Elements of a Perfect Outdoor Dining Room Summer Nights Need Summer Beds Cool Off This Summer On a Screened-In
“behr Jamaican sea” — Christine Mikitaw
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
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BSR Project Revisited 8 months later. By Sifford Garden Design
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spring and summer, keep cutting off the flowers and you'll get blooms into fall. Once established, Russian sage grows easily, especially in areas with hot summers and little water. In the garden it can be treated as a showy single plant or massed together to create a soft cloud of color that seems to float
spring and summer, keep cutting off the flowers and you'll get blooms into fall. Once established, Russian sage grows easily, especially in areas with hot summers and little water. In the garden it can be treated as a showy single plant or massed together to create a soft cloud of color that seems to float
a late-summer border. Great companion plantings include daylilies, salvia, dianthus, Japanese anemone, boltonia, orange coneflower and sedum. USDA zones: 4-9Water requirement: Drought tolerant Sun requirement: Full sunMature size: 3 to 5 feet
“Russian Sage” — cindyrucker
Design Farm Group
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Asian Modern Bergen County NJ
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least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
Lily Turf (liriope muscari or spicata) - Summer flowers are a bonus.
masses. Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
least! Summer flowers are a bonus with this exceptional plant.
“Lily turf” — Yidrienne Lai
Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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in the summer-to-fall garden features sunny daisy-like blooms with dark centers on top of tall, coarse stems. Although it's attractive to birds, bees and butterflies, all parts of this plant are poisonous, so be aware of this if you have small children or pets that frequent your garden. Black-eyed Susans
time: Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter.
time: Summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter. How to grow Black-eyed Susan (rudbeckia)
in the summer-to-fall garden features sunny daisy-like blooms with dark centers on top of tall, coarse stems. Although it's attractive to birds, bees and butterflies, all parts of this plant are poisonous, so be aware of this if you have small children or pets that frequent your garden. Black-eyed Susans
“garden” — marybogard
Whitten Architects
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Sun Room
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porch for summer that has glass for the winter months. Thanks so much!
Summer screens and swap in winter with glass
screens in summer, glass in winter
For this summer...screens in summer...screened in summer...in the summer ...
“Windows” — aniama
Edger Landscape Design
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Suburban Ranger
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to no summer water. Here, it is used with other California native plants to provide a low screen in a planting mound. Cathy Edger, Edger Landscape Design
through summer When to plant: Spring or fall” “salvia clevelandii 3-5 ft. tall 5 ft. wide deer resistant. drought tolerant” “does this plant do well in socal area?” “Cleveland sage (Salvia clevelandii, zones 8 to 11) invites hummingbirds, butterflies and bees all summer long. Plant it for its floral scent”
bees all summer long. Plant it for its floral scent
Southern California's iconic Cleveland sage (Salvia clevelandii, zones 8 to 11) invites hummingbirds, butterflies and bees all summer long. Plant it for its floral scent, which recalls native
“Cleveland sage” — gilandbecky
Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc
Kniphofia 'Ember Glow'
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time: Late summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune back after the first killing freeze.
“hummingbirds; deer resistant Seasonal interest: Summer flowering When to plant: Spring or fall”
Red Hot Poker, plan with purple salvia or fall asters full sun, 3' tall late summer/fall blooms prune back after freeze
flowers in summer. The colors and density of the flowers give them an almost glowing appearance and very accurately portray the common names. With shades ranging from orange to yellow, coral to red, and even green to near white, color options are expansive. Heights range from 1½ to 6 feet tall, depending
early summer after laying dormant over winter.Shown here: Kniphofia 'Ember Glow', zones 6 to 9
“Red hot poker” — gilandbecky
The New York Botanical Garden
Perovskia 'Blue Spire'
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Flowers summer into fall; architectural When to plant: Spring to summer
spring and summer, keep cutting off the flowers and you'll get blooms into fall. Once established, Russian sage grows easily, especially in areas with hot summers and little water. In the garden it can be treated as a showy single plant or massed together to create a soft cloud of color that seems to float
Flowers summer into fall; architectural When to plant: Spring to summer
“Russian sage” — Becky Romenesko Green
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