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Jean Marsh Design
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Salvia 'Midnight' & Red Fountain Grass replace turf in this parkway
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Southwestern and Texas gardeners can also plant perennials this month. “Desert Southwest gardeners can plant desert marigold (Baileya multiradiata), guara (Gaura lindheimeri), angelita daisy (Hymenoxys acaulis) and canyon penstemon (Penstemon pseudospectabilis),” she writes. “Texas gardeners can plant blackfoot
Texas and Southwest. Plant trees, perennials and shrubs this month. “In Texas, plant evergreen and deciduous trees; in the desert Southwest, get your shade trees in the ground as early in January
Southwestern and Texas gardeners can also plant perennials this month. “Desert Southwest gardeners can plant desert marigold (Baileya multiradiata), guara (Gaura lindheimeri), angelita daisy (Hymenoxys acaulis) and canyon penstemon (Penstemon pseudospectabilis),” she writes. “Texas gardeners can plant blackfoot
“fall flowers” — mhanke28
jenny_hardgrave
Flower Gardens in the South
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Flower gardens around Atlanta, photographed by Simply Flowers, inc.
color blocking! take the texas heat
FLOWERS - HEAT LOVING IN TEXAS
Texas Garner: What to do in July
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, portulaca, purslane and torenia. Be sure to plant them in areas where they will receive
(Sedum spp), coreopsis (Coreopsis spp), esperanza (Tecoma stans), gayfeather and blackfoot daisy (Melampodium leucanthum).Add ornamental grasses to your garden, including maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis), purple fountain grass (Pennisetum setaceum), gulf muhly (Muhlenbergia capillaris), bamboo muhly (Mu
““middle row are Zinnias, the red and green elephant ear plants are Caladiums, and behind them look” — butterflypower10
Pam Bycraft
Texas Mountain Laurel - Mescal Bean Sophora
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Texas Mountain Laurel - Mescal Bean Sophora
Norfolk Pine in North-Texas, yes or no?
This is a flower on the Texas Mountain Laurel. Check out the featured ideabook on this tree: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1573649/list/Great-Design-Plant--Texas-Mountain-Laurel
Texas Mountain Laurel, drought tolerant - to 15 feet
texas mountain laurel zones 8 - 10, 15' h and w
Texas mountain laurel (Calia secundiflora or
months. Texas mountain laurel is relatively slow growing, causing it to be a pricier specimen tree. If you train it as a tree, thin it during the growing season to prevent wind damage.
which some liken to fruit punch. Texas mountain laurel is evergreen, grows slowly enough that it won't overwhelm your other garden plants and prefers full sun. A true Texan, it weathers drought with no problem and grows to 15 feet tall and wide.Great Design Plant: Texas Mountain Laurel
“Great for texas gardens!” — Roundtree Landscaping, Inc
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Lakeside Garden - Custom Landscaping - Highland Village, TX
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Lakeside Garden - Custom Landscaping - Highland Village, TX
This beautiful English-inspired garden features Mexican bush sage, gulf muhly grass, blackfoot daisy, moonbeam coreopsis, coneflower, and rosemary. The space also features an outdoor sitting area with a custom corten steel fire pit to enjoy the lakeside views.
Can you tell me where to purchase these chairs? We live in the Texas Hill Country and installing a fire pit. They would look great!
“Texas” — Nigel M
J. Peterson Garden Design
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Bluebonnets are a gorgeous addition to the naturalized wildflower garden.
Texas Bluebonnets.....I did not know when to plant seeds.
extension service if you have difficulty locating seeds or need more specific advice." Get her Texas September checklist
Start a wildflower garden. You'll have until Thanksgiving to plant seeds, but the first part of September until early October
Texas. "Start a wildflower garden. You'll have until Thanksgiving to plant seeds, but the first part of September until early October is the best time," writes landscape designer Jenny Peterson. "Wildflowers like bluebonnets (Lupinus texensis), Indian paintbrush (Castilleja), Indian blanket (Gaillardia
or call your county extension service if you have difficulty locating seeds or need more specific advice.More: Guides for your Texas garden
“Texas. "Start a wildflower garden. You'll have until Thanksgiving to plant seeds, but the first part” — rdennis60
Root Design Company.com
Scenic
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Beautiful Texas limestone exterior with brown trim
Limestone walls, multi-tiered levels in garden
I like the looks of a terraced garden.
flowerbed/garden idea with limestone
Love the gardening idea
my garden...Texas garden...Terrace bed garden...Tiered garden...Flagler garden...Butterfly garden
“This is Austin, many possible plant uses” — Shirley
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
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She lists the plants used in an English Garden.
care instructions, and be sure your automatic irrigation system is set to run at the proper times.More:Planting guides for your Texas gardenBrowse flowers, plants and garden design ideas
Vacation-proof your garden. Before leaving for the lake cabin, be sure your garden will get the care it needs. If you're only going away for the weekend, you'll probably be okay, but longer periods of time
“Jardin anglais” — mfduranceau
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
23 Reviews
Crestwood
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Get the kids involved. In this eclectic Texas garden, the homeowner invited her grandkids
Get the kids involved. In this eclectic Texas garden, the homeowner invited her grandkids and other children from the neighborhood to help decorate her wall's mortar with toys, shells, pottery shards
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Get the kids involved. In this eclectic Texas garden, the homeowner invited her grandkids and other children from the neighborhood to help decorate her wall's mortar with toys, shells, pottery shards and whatever else they fancied. See the rest of this garden
“Creative” — darabarwick
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