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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Traditional Perennial
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you want Regards, 3D-Tile-Design - Bertram Tasch Maple Ridge, BC (Greater Vancouver) http://www.3D-Tile-Design.ca
Hi missy me, The ground cover is Soleirolia soleirolii (Baby's tears). It's hardy here in Vancouver but it browns out a bit in the winter. I hope this helps!
I entirely admire your gardening style. It's inspirational.
Shade garden - Japanese Forest Grass
Refreshing greens. Green is the backdrop of all gardens, yet with a careful choice of plants it can make a wonderful color-theme planting. The foliage in this border is both soothing and refreshing and makes me think of the traditional temple gardens of Japan.
A green garden, which depends on foliage rather than blooms to provide the color, can still be surprisingly complex. Even within the single-color guideline, you'll find foliage and flowers that range from yellow to gray and everything in between.
“Perrenials” — pahwhitehouse
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
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Raised wooden deck leads to the homeowner's boat dock. Cottage style perennials flank the pathway. The garden is located in the Southlands area of Vancouver. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
Love this garden - thank you for providing the names of the plants.
Cottage garden, wild and free looking!
more dream garden style photo by Glenna Partridge in Vancouver; also like the raised wooden
Snake Root - This plant doesn’t require any preconceived garden use or design style, yet can make a
require any preconceived garden use or design style, yet can make a strong, sophisticated and individual statement with it — it's the perfect Little Black Dress of plants. Its soft texture, form and preferred growing conditions make it a natural addition to any modern woodland garden, a nod to the "new p
“foliage colours” — Michelle Lewis Design
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Rooftop Terrace
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A rooftop terrace with a spectacular view of Vancouver BC. Modern zinc planters contain succulents and brightly coloured aeoniums and orange euphorbia 'firesticks'. Hand blown glass 'popsicles' add colour sparkle and a contemporary addition to the planting. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved
trailing: heliathemum Cheviot ( peach blossoms in early summer ( Vancouver)
love the blown glass as a garden deisgn element
spikes catch the light in Vancouver's often-gray skies.
glass spikes catch the light in Vancouver's often-gray skies.
Love glass in the garden !
for the tough conditions on the roof. They stand up to full sun, minimal watering and wind exposure," Patridge says. "Even though our climate in Vancouver is too cold for succulents year-round, I used them like annuals." Large, lightweight zinc planters don't dry out as quickly as smaller planters, cutting
“Colored glass” — caymom
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Modern Tropical
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False Creek Terrace Garden in Vancouver. The modern patio is basic concrete pavers. This photo features a grouping of pots with lush tropical plantings. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
and extravagant colors is the source of spectacular displays, temporary or permanent; my friend and garden designer Glenna Partridge has mastered the art of these. On the few warm days that our Vancouver — or any other maritime climate — offers, cannas, coleus and sweet potato vines literally explode.
abundance of generous foliage and extravagant colors is the source of spectacular displays, temporary or permanent; On the few warm days that our Vancouver — or any other maritime climate — offers, cannas, coleus and sweet potato vines literally explode. Be ready.
“Plants” — monicajones01
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Modern Tropical
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This modern tropical garden is located in the False Creek area in Vancouver. Neatly trimmed boxwood globes contain the perennials in the bed. Concrete pavers lead to small patio areas. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
about 1' high) so it may need to be pruned more often to keep it this small. It tolerates the heat better that the buxus I have planted in my client's garden. It's probably a good idea to go to your local nursery and find out which varieties they carry because they might have some more suggestions for you
looks a little busy...exists in Vancouver!!
“Canna Lilly” — cchristina22
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
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tropical-style gardens, cannas also can be used in more traditional gardens in colder zones down to at least 5a. We northern gardeners can plant them as summer bulbs, while zone 8-10 gardeners can use them year round! Let's take a peek at some well-placed cannas and their effect in the garden. At a Glance:
Potted garden accents, rounded hedgerows, multiple textures....for me this is a little too busy - hard to tell what to focus on.
How to Use Cannas in Your Garden Cannas work perfectly as a background foil for smaller plants. You typically have to wait three to four
worked into a formal garden by keeping them clustered and neat. Notice how the overall form of the canna planting is circular instead of "drifting" in a free-form pattern.
“Pots and garden” — elizabeth_whiteford
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Rooftop Terrace
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This rooftop terrace has a zinc table with a beautiful view of the Vancouver city skyline. A shallow zinc container sits on top of the table and is filled with sun loving echeverias. Decorative blue glass picks up the blue tones of the plants and creates a sparkle to the planting. Small votives are added
glass hurricanes. Gardener recommends checking with garden or landscape suppliers for glass used as landscape material
cool idea for glass in garden - succulents
One of my very places that I have visited. Vancouver!
Rooftop Terrace This rooftop terrace has a zinc table with a beautiful view of the Vancouver city skyline. A shallow zinc container sits on top of the table and is filled with sun loving echeverias. Decorative blue glass picks up the blue
“rooftop” — Streamline Development
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
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a lovely garden you have designed! What are the taller plants you used in the back row along the fence? Thanks!
Hi foxy11. I planted this garden and they are Oxalis (Golden Oxalis is the common name). They are an annual. Coral Bell is a really great perennial though and in other gardens of mine I
@rosedlak - The mulch I use on all my garden beds is a product called Seasoil. It conditions the soil beautifully, adds micronutrients to the soil, and helps keep the weeds down. I put it on all my garden beds every spring. Here's a link to their website for more info. I
Really like the way the garden has such depth. I'm assuming it gets plenty of sun even with the fence behind it.
mixed plants by glenna partridge garden design
“Fence” — hhqtpi
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