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Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
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We are USDA zone 7b, these work
canum) USDA zones: 6 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Light Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: Less than 1 foot to 4 feet tall and up to 4 feet wide, depending on variety
USDA zones: 6 to 9 Water requirement: Medium moisture, well-drained soils Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 feet to 5 feet tall and wide
Shrimp Plant (Justicia brandegeana) USDA zones: 9 to 11 Water requirement: Medium to moist, well-drained
canum)USDA zones: 6 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Light Light requirement: Full sunMature size: Less than 1 foot to 4 feet tall and up to 4 feet wide, depending on variety
)USDA zones: 6 to 9Water requirement: Medium moisture, well-drained soilsLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 3 feet to 5 feet tall and wide
“Hummingbird native plant” — kkreedy
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Austin Residence
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shrubs and trees. The back deck was made for entertaining. Eating and living areas defined by not only furniture but with large planters used as "room" dividers. The rest of the garden is mass planted with groundcover, shrubs and perennials.
(USDA zones 5 to 8) or blue Star Creeper (very stepable)
Tiny light blue flowers - this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
(USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8)
Mazus reptans, ground cover Zone 5 to 8
(USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
“nice ground covr” — storm64cj
Red oak (Quercus coccinea)
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Oak - Zones 4-9, 50-70' H x 40-50' Wide
Fall color tree - Red Oak. I never see anyone planting oaks anymore, which is a shame because you’d be hard pressed to find a tree more beneficial to more kinds of wildlife
find a tree more beneficial to more kinds of wildlife. Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) is a fantastic choice for fall color if red is your game. Plant it where its acorns won’t be a bother, and let it grow. It gets 50-70 feet high and 40-50 feet wide.
red oak tree, tall, acorns, wide
Truly a spectacular tree, leaves emerge green then turn deep red in the fall.
Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) is a fantastic
coccinea) zone 4 - 9 50-70' high x 40-50' wide
I never see anyone planting oaks anymore, which is a shame because you’d be hard pressed to find a tree more beneficial to more kinds of wildlife. Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) is a fantastic choice for fall color if red is your game. Plant it where
“oak” — songstress3
Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc
'All Gold' Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold')
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Japenese forest grass(Hakenachloa macro - zone5-9)
Embrace seasonal color changes. Japanese forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland
good for under large trees with surface roots
Try under trees with surface roots
Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra, zones 5 to 9). Another recently popular group, these little grasses excel in shade, even moderately dry shade.
Nice for landscaping, good in our zone (zone 9)
macra, zones 5 to 9). Another recently popular group, these little grasses excel in shade, even moderately dry shade. Forest grasses tend to be a bit chartreuse, and my favorite is 'All Gold' (shown here), which positively glows. These little guys max out at about 1½ feet tall and wide, and their naturally
“Beautiful, foley and understated” — dorrinda61
Katia Goffin Gardens
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North Arlington Residence
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macrophylla, zones 3 to 8), 'Patriot' hosta (Hosta 'Patriot', zones 3 to 8), 'River Mist' Northern sea oats (Chasmanthium latifolium 'River Mist', zones 4 to 9), and 'Floating Clouds' redbud (Cercis canadensis 'Floating Clouds', zones 5 to 9). k a t i a g o f f i n g a r d e n s Landscape Architects & Designers
macrophylla, zones 3 to 8), 'Patriot' hosta (Hosta 'Patriot', zones 3 to 8), 'River Mist' Northern sea oats (Chasmanthium latifolium 'River Mist', zones 4 to 9), and 'Floating Clouds' redbud (Cercis canadensis 'Floating Clouds', zones 5 to 9).
macrophylla, zones 3 to 8), 'Patriot' hosta (Hosta 'Patriot', zones 3 to 8), 'River Mist' Northern sea oats (Chasmanthium latifolium 'River Mist', zones 4 to 9), and 'Floating Clouds' redbud (Cercis canadensis 'Floating Clouds', zones 5 to 9).
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Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8)
purple smoke tree/for our zone/...low water grows into a tree....often
Purple Smoke Tree (Cotinus coggyria) zones 4 to 8 low water shrub or tree
maybe replace the forsythia that grows wildly with the purple smoke tree for some colour.
smoke tree, cotinus coggyygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8
Purple Smoke Tree (Continus coggygria cultivars) - prefer Full to Part sun
Color palette Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) beauty will grow
Smoke Tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars) is a great tree.
color and can be a tree or bush
Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) is as common a site on the East Coast as the West, and though this low-water beauty will grow into a tree, it's often cut to
“Purple Smokebush - We use this in gardens, relatively inexpensive deciduous shrub. Nice leaf shape” — Avant Garden Chicago, Inc.
Paintbox Garden
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Green Hawthorne
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great tree for winter interest, Crataegus viridis 'Winter King' looks lovely in the snow.
landscape trees for year-round interest, 'Winter King' is a good choice for homeowners due to its medium size and rounded form. USDA zones: 4 to 7 Water requirement: Average; prefers well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: Grows to 25 feet high with a greater spread Planting tips: Use
landscape trees for year-round interest, 'Winter King' is a good choice for homeowners due to its medium size and rounded form.USDA zones: 4 to 7Water requirement: Average; prefers well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sunMature size: Grows to 25 feet high with a greater spreadPlanting tips: Use as a
“A great tree for winter interest, Crataegus viridis 'Winter King' looks lovely in the snow. 15’ to” — erikjskala
Clinton & Associates Landscape Architects
Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
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autumnalis, zones 5 to 8), prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis; zones 3 to 9) or sedge (Carex pensylvanica, zones 3 to 8) can also help reduce management needs
autumnalis, zones 5 to 8), prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis; zones 3 to 9) or sedge (Carex pensylvanica, zones 3 to 8) can also help reduce management needs.
autumnalis, zones 5 to 8), prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis; zones 3 to 9) or sedge (Carex pensylvanica, zones 3 to 8) can also help reduce management needs. Grand masses of grasses complement blocks of perennials in this landscape, along with a favorite woody perennial, Russian sage (Perovskia a
autumnalis, zones 5 to 8), prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis; zones 3 to 9) or sedge (Carex pensylvanica, zones 3 to 8) can also help reduce management needs.Grand masses of grasses complement blocks of perennials in this landscape, along with a favorite woody perennial, Russian sage (Perovskia atr
“purple sage” — parte
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