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J. Peterson Garden Design
container plants
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Colorful pansy and viola - for FALL.
pansy & viola:johnny jump ups:full sun to partial shade for pansies, violas prefer shade.keep soil most, many are prolific selfseeders
nurseries or start them from seeds. Common names: Pansy, viola, Johnny-jump-up, sweet violet Botanical name: Viola USDA zones: All when grown as an annual Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade for pansies; violas prefer shade Mature size: 3 to 10 inches Growing tips: For
Colorful Pansy and Viola Though usually planted in winter and spring, these annuals can brighten containers and border edges in fall as well, at least until the frosts get heavy. Although most members of the viola family are usually short-lived perennials, they generally are grown
“Winter flowers” — Susan Christiansen
Modern Country Lady
Patio flower baskets colourscheme
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The pansies, violas, English daisies, snapdragons and sweet alyssum reinforce how much and love purple!
English daisies, violas, Snapdragons and sweet aslym
GARDEN container Fall garden 10/2013 This window box spilleth over with pansies and Johnny-jump-ups (Viola). White English daisies provide a splash in the middle of the planting. Tip: Try some Johnny-jump-up blooms in your salad for color, flavor and a
Members of the viola family, from pansies and johnny-jump-ups to violets, are a sweet edible flower with a hint of wintergreen. Add individual petals to salads, tea sandwiches or cheese; top cupcakes with whole flowers. Candied violets have long held a place of honor in the dessert world, but plain violets
“BOLD USE OF COLOUR” — Mel Harris
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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White Garden
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adding to low borders, annual beds, container plants, hanging baskets and rock gardens. It combines beautifully with other flowering annuals such as violas, pansies, snapdragons, cyclamen, stock and ornamental cabbages, and kale.
adding to low borders, annual beds, container plants, hanging baskets and rock gardens. It combines beautifully w/ other flowering annuals such as violas, pansies, snapdragons, cyclamen, stock & ornamental cabbages, & kale.
adding to low borders, annual beds, container plants, hanging baskets and rock gardens. It combines beautifully with other flowering annuals such as violas, pansies, snapdragons, cyclamen, stock and ornamental cabbages, and kale.
“The white flowers” — moureee
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Cipriano Landscape Design & Custom Swimming Pools
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Swimming Pool Landscaping Ideas Bergen County Northern NJ
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The violin/viola shape of the pool
“What can I say…..its pretty damn cool….especially the lights for the strings.” — cthamby
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Landscaping - fall annuals (kale, cabbages, mustards, pansies, snapdragons and violas; purchase pansies or violas in Sept, but plant in late October)
Plant annuals. Kale, cabbages, mustards, pansies, snapdragons and violas are annuals that are colorful, long lasting and inexpensive; I’ve often wondered why they’re so underused.Purchase pansies and violas when the selection is best, as early as September, but wait until late October to plant them.
Add annual color. For most areas it's still a great time to plant pansies, snapdragons, cyclamens, violas, stock and alyssum in garden beds as well as containers. These annuals enjoy sunny sites but will tolerate some light, dappled shade.
“yellowand purple combo” — Elizabeth Schultz
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
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Christensen Remodeling
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Interior designer Christine Phillips of Viola! mixed contemporary and iconic midcentury modern pieces throughout the home. A Noguchi coffee table occupies the center of the room; a large area rug
“rug” — lldrambuie
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
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cool-season annual flowers. They should peak in midspring and last until hot weather: calendulas, dianthus, Iceland poppies, pansies, snapdragons, violas and more. Provide the sunniest spot you can find in your garden. Set out cool-season vegetables. These include broccoli, lettuce, spinach and more
“Slightly Raised Garden Beds” — 2bajans
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