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Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
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Autumn fern, (Dryopteris erythrosora) in a shde container Le jardinet
How to use it in a container garden. In this container the dwarf Japanese maple (Acer palmatum ‘Mikawa Yatsubusa’)
How to use it in a container garden. In this container the dwarf Japanese maple (Acer palmatum ‘Mikawa Yatsubusa’) is the star. The foliage emerges a soft
the effort.More: Let Nature Inspire Your Landscape: Ideas for a Woodland Garden
“container” — vormond
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Succulent Wall Planters
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ign.com - Two succulent wall planters add interest to a bare fence in a garden room setting. Tecoma smithii, planted in a pot that sits on the patio below
frames from Flora Grubb Gardens or locally at Chicweed on Cedros
Succulent frames from Flora Grubb Gardens or locally at Chicweed on
Living garden wall with echeverias-need sunny spot
surviving temperatures down to 32 degrees, so you may want to plant it in a container to take inside. In more moderate climates, Echeveria can be planted directly
South AmericaCompact Echeveria easily handles the heat as it cools down a garden. This succulent is evergreen and produces summer flowers on long inflorescences
“love this!!!” — lksullivan
Le jardinet
2014 flowers and foliage
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last summer, I was less than excited. I planted it in my least favorite container, added a few leftover plants to keep it company and figured I’d give it
the landscape as a bedding plant for a mass of color or include it in container designs.
last summer, I was less than excited. I planted it in my least favorite container, added a few leftover plants to keep it company and figured I’d give it
the landscape as a bedding plant for a mass of color or include it in container designs.
foliage was lovely.Botanical name: Begonia benariensis ‘Surefire Rose’Origin: Garden hybridWhere it will grow: Hardy to 30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 10 to 11);
“Le jardinet SaveEmail Surefire Rose Begonia I’m not a fan of wax leaf begonias. My experience has” — miso1
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Mediterranean Perennial
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herbs and a small blueberry bush share the container with perennials and annual flowers. In a small garden space you really can plant a large variety of
of blue, silver, and a mix of green textural plants. In the foreground container I put miniature lettuce ('Tom Thumb') along with the herbs. When the lettuce
plants to fill in the spot. Unique combinations of plants make your containers more interesting. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
Great use of containers to add variety
“pick pots different sizes” — tamrascaturro
Missouri Botanical Garden
Echinacea 'Art's Pride'
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coneflower / Echinacea 'Art's Pride' Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
fall planting - container - maybe not the right zone?
back of your container. They pair well with a chartreuse Alternanthera or Carex.
Coneflowers make great statement plants in containers. The ones featuring sunset-like colors are terrific in autumn. A few standouts
Coneflowers make great statement plants in containers. The ones featuring sunset-like colors are terrific in autumn. A few standouts include the varieties
grow rather tall, you’ll want to place them in the center or back of your container. They pair well with a chartreuse Alternanthera or Carex.Botanical name:
“Fall flower” — green55
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Lady fern
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lady fern contain 20 to 30 leaflets with narrow pointed tips. The plant itself is vase-shaped and commands attention in the woodland garden. One point
lady fern contain 20 to 30 leaflets with narrow pointed tips. The plant itself is vase-shaped and commands attention in the woodland garden.One point of
“Athyrium filix-femina” — Susanne O'Trimble Landscape Design
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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path idea. Meandering path to front door or path to chicken coop/ vegetable garden?
Love the natural stone steps. Adds interest to a garden, doesn't have to actually go
make a path to more garden even if there isn't anymore garden....
Don't have a big garden? Simply curve the path beyond view to draw the eye down the path and create the illusion that there's more garden to be discovered
Don't have a big garden? Simply curve the path beyond view to draw the eye down the path and create the illusion that there's more garden to be discovered
“Path + Steps, Balance of tended and natural” — carolehollman
Monrovia
Golden Japanese Forest Grass
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foliage with thin green stripes having the effect of a tiny bamboo. Great in containers.
Japanese Forest Grass - side garden around rocks
Japanese forest grass for garden; good in shade
Japanese Forest Grass (Halonechloa macra ‘Aureola’) A favorite of gardeners since
Japanese Forest Grass (Halonechloa macra ‘Aureola’) A favorite of gardeners since its introduction, herbaceous Japanese forest grass never fails to
interest.Japanese Forest Grass(Halonechloa macra ‘Aureola’)A favorite of gardeners since its introduction, herbaceous Japanese forest grass never fails to
cascading over boulders.Although it’s recommended as a grass for the shade garden, I have been equally successful with it in sunnier locations, providing
“Grass” — p4mm1
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