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hi there, can you tell me the name of the silvery green plant? thanks
part of story about creating rhythm in landscaping, with plants and with hardscape
Artemisia and santolina are both good filler plants
I love this because it will bring bees in to the garden
We can add lots of bulbs under the oak trees.
Silver green plant - santolina Small yellow flowers - Santolina
better when regularly pruned. To maintain a healthy dense appearance, cut the shrub back before spring growth emerges every year. Otherwise, it has a tendency to become woody and sparse. You can trim the edges or cut the plant nearly to the ground. After shoots have flowered, deadhead to encourage more
accent plants. Here they stand over a mixed planting of 'Cotton Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and French lavender, Lavandula stoechas. Their purple flowers resonate with the butterfly-shape lavender flowers and bring life to the border.
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shade plant Rodgers flower
perenial , constantly mooist some shade, big, 3 ft, plant spring or fall
rough to the touch, with stiff bristles along its stem, making it unpalatable to deer. While making a perfect understory to taller trees and shrubs, its upright habit allows for companion planting at the base.
size: 3 to 4 feet tall, and wide with 3-foot flower spikes When to plant: In spring or fall
shade loving plant with pink blooms and leaves that change in the fall
plant under fir trees in the back
rough to the touch, with stiff bristles along its stem, making it unpalatable to deer. While making a perfect understory to taller trees and shrubs, its upright habit allows for companion planting at the base.USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Constantly moist soilLight requirement:
Kimber Modern Boutique Hotel
you do when the leaves fall with the indoor trees . . . even with this being outdoors, still . . .
Work around tree if need to
Small deck and dealing with a big tree.
Tree cutout in deck, also gray deck is kinda cool
How the tree grows out of the patio
cut out for palm trees
Out for tree / plants
Deck around tree trim
Build in magnolia tree
tree growing through deck
Raised Base Deck for Tree
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attention to the rich mahogany bark of the paper bark maple (Acer griseum). In winter these bulbs will have died down leaving the tree to stand as a dramatic silhouette in the winter landscape. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
beautiful when allowed to grow naturally not pruned into balls.
Remember to site your tree according to its needs for sun or shade, soil pH and moisture requirements. And always check with your local utilities before you start digging to identify underground power, gas and cable lines. Whether spring or fall, trees are planted the same way: Dig a
Paperbark maple grows to 18 ft and 15ft across. Hardy to zone 4
color texture varying heights of plants
want the tree to concentrate on root growth. traditional landscape by Le jardinetLe jardinet The old advice was to stake every newly planted tree; the new thinking is that the tree grows stronger and straighter without being staked. However, staking is a good idea if your site is especially windy or the
Ron Yeo, FAIA Architect
San Marino Residence
into the trees... Photo - Tim Street-Porter
type of tree is dominating this photo?
It's a beautiful tree, and ideal for shade cover. I'd love to know what type of tree it is so I can find one for myself!
benches around trees. like the landscaping
LANDSCAPE UP TO SECOND FLOOR ENTRY
if you have a stunning tree try to keep it part of the main building plan
Surround "y" tree with gravel patio
flag stones at bottom of oak tree and round bench
Seating around trees and glass balcony
Trees and landscape. Beautiful overall design.
Blend into the landscape. Love the trees.
wonderful old tree to build a patio under, nor do we have the decades that it would take to get a tree to start shading our patio. In these instances, you should plant some trees and create a built shading device while you wait for nature to take its course. Some umbrellas or a pergola will do nicely until
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Contemporary Garden Cottesloe Perth
olive and citrus orchard with a selection of Australian native and exotic ground covers in the raised garden bed.
this need to be attachd to a gate? its kinder hard to tell from this photo. can it stand on its own?
spray to get the weathered effect to start immediately. Usually it takes spraying over a couple of days to start getting the full effect.
We have the ability to custom make pieces similar to this. Although this is not our product, we can make anything similar to this. You can leave the metal to
to rust as it looks they have done here or we can powder coat it to a finish or your choice. http:/www.basincustom.com
The tree sculpture was custom made with Cor-ten steel and the gate was custom made with powder
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Front Ridge Residence
native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management practices guide the homeowner’s efforts to rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds. Brilliant
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grass to grow over. It's a much more natural look, good for when you want the bed to look more casual and relaxed. Now some might say this is not a "correct" way to edge a bed — not true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great effectiveness.
Trench down a bit to separate
grass to grow over. It's a much more natural look, good for when you want the bed to look more casual and relaxed. Now some might say this is not a "correct" way to edge a bed — not true. Gardeners have been using this method for many generations with great effectiveness. Cost: Free, with the exception
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the back tree hedge. What kind of tree is it?
What is the name of the trees please?
would like to know what the back trees are too. Some sort of holly?
The trees at the back are ficus Hillii and the Bamboo is slender weaver clumping bamboo. Gardenias are the undergrowth
gound cover, bamboo trees, shrubby trees
Like the trees along the fence.