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Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
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bulbs, scatter the seeds in drifts to mimic how they grow in nature."
Plant wildflower seeds: Bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis) is the state flower, so many of us want to add it to our gardens. Late August is the perfect time to begin sowing seeds of bluebonnets
mimic a natural wildflower meadow - sprinkle seeds and see what comes up - not next to house, too overpowering
A field of wildflowers is perhaps the epitome of a natural garden. They can be ov
wildflower seeding in August: Plant wildflower seeds: Bluebonnet (Lupinus texensis) is the state flower, so many
large empty lot in your sight line, consider sprinkling some seeds and seeing what comes up.Tip: When planting a large number of perennials, annuals or bulbs, scatter the seeds in drifts to mimic how they grow in nature.
“What a pretty meadow awesome” — mjkjrobinson
Cory Spencer Partners
Meadow grasses
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Meadow lawn Sow wildflower seed Allow to grow naturally Plant full grown plants
Creating a meadow lawn. There are three ways to create a meadow lawn: 1. Let wildflowers seed naturally. 2. Sow wildflower seeds directly. 3. Transplant full-grown plants. The first choice is the easiest; seeds are blown in or carried by birds
lawn: Let wildflowers seed naturally. Sow wildflower seeds directly. Transplant full-grown plants. The first choice is the easiest; seeds are blown in or carried by birds and animals, but in urban areas it may be a slow process. Sowing and transplanting full-grown native plants can speed up the development
development of your meadow lawn. Most wildflowers prefer soil conditions of low fertility, so the lawn should not be fed. Regular mowing and the removal of the clippings in the early stages of creating a meadow lawn will help reduce the vigor of the lawn and make it more suitable for wildflowers.
“Make wild grass area?” — sudecor
Todd Haiman Landscape Design
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Blue Bench
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Another look at wildflowers and meadow grasses
Unlike a wildflower meadow, an area of land that is completely or primarily covered with semi-rough grass that will tolerate light foot traffic, a meadow lawn is an area created from an existing traditionally maintained lawn. The lawn is allowed to grow naturally but controlled
controlled by irregular mowing and the removal of any unwanted plants. Meadow lawns can give gardeners all the benefits of the larger wildflower meadow but on a smaller, more manageable scale.
Great way to spare wildflowers in the lawn....bad way to encourage chiggers! Those nasty red bugs thrive on long grass.
treatment of the grass in this orchard is a great example of how changing mowing patterns can create a meadow lawn. The paths are still closely cut while the squares under the trees have converted to meadow, with an abundance of flowering grasses and the lacy flowers of cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris)
“Secluded spot” — ggrenert
Designing Eden llc
kent, ct wildflower meadow
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Beautiful meadow! What plants did you use?
Hello, I'd like to have a meadow in my front yard, but it is mostly shade. Would these do ok in shade?
Seeded with daises, lupine, bachelor buttons and black eyed Susans.
like the wildflower meadow. maybe in the back
Likewise, purple is at home in casual settings, as evident in this lupine meadow.
“I love” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
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Field of wildflowers house
Seed bombs with clay and soil
many botanical gardens use to create special show gardens of drought-tolerant plants or wetland plants in areas without the correct soil type. The meadow garden pictured here would likely thrive in a clay soil, because it includes a variety of prairie-type plants that tolerate clay.
Ready for the recipe? It’s simple: clay powder or soil, compost, seeds and water.
“House” — howskat
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Caterpillar House
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Natural grass and wildflowers. Perfect for our location.
Everywhere: Wildflower meadows as a low maintenance alternative to grass
Looks familiar. and yes to wilflower meadow...or grasses.
"Wildflower meadows have gained popularity in recent
contrast between wildflower meadow and simple modern architecture
left as meadows or grazed short by sheep and cattle.Wildflower meadows have gained popularity in recent years and can provide a wonderful setting for the most modern of buildings. The 2012 Olympic Park in London was a great example of how modern meadows scattered with both native wildflowers and exotics
exotics can set off state-of-the-art architecture.Wildflower meadows require plenty of patience and a good amount of research to select the right plant and grass mix for your conditions.
“Proyecto sado” — Dante Román Caballero
Daniel Contelmo Architects
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Westchester Whimsy
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Love the wildflowers and prairie grass.
Do you like the wildflowers meadow to the right?
Grass to wildflower transition
Wildflowers on a hillside
Wildflowers and lawn
horse type things....meadow
Grass with wildflowers
Amazing sunny meadow
grass to wildflowers
wildflowers on hill...Wild flower meadow...wildflower meadow...Some of wildflowers
“Color” — kbdedeker
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
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How's the maintenance on this kind of "meadow" landscape? Do you need to weed periodically, or is it dense eno
Arch and meadow grasses w wildflowers
Love the natural look of drifts of wildflowers and grasses
Himalayan impatiens with seed pods that burst open at the touch. Create a bit of mystery with paths leading to unseen destinations. Add a sheltered bench to enjoy the rain or sun. March 14, 2014 at 2:54pm Like 26
Option 3 - Plantings more natural, meadow look.
late fall, after the flowers and grasses have spread their seeds, the meadow can usually be mowed down entirely, allowing it to grow back throughout the following year. Don't forget to compost!
Meadow. Much like ornamental grass, meadows are a great solution for those of us who still want to keep
“garden” — lauben11
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