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CYAN Horticulture
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Woodland at the UBC Botanical Garden Polygonum bistorta photo credit: Dave Demers, principal at CYAN Horticulture
POLYGONUM Woodland perennial hardy in cold areas
I’ve given you some ideas for shade and woodland plants that aren’t so common — we have plenty of hostas and ferns and astilbe already, in my opinion. Additional
Most woodland gardens are located between existing trees or in the shadow of surrounding buildings. At the University of British Columbia, the Asian Woodland Garden (shown here) rolls under gigantic yet sparse Douglas firs. Plants
Most woodland gardens are located between existing trees or in the shadow of surrounding buildings. At the University of British Columbia, the Asian Woodland Garden (shown here) rolls under gigantic yet sparse Douglas firs. Plants adore them! Note the layering of plants, from taller shrubs in the back
“Polygonum bistorta” — swreinhardt
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Le Petit Chalet
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look ratty if it dries out, so site it in a moist, rich soil where it can take over. For dry woodlands try hay-scented fern (Dennstaedtia punctilobula, zones 3 to 8).
For dry woodlands, use "Hay-scented Fern." (Dennstaedtia punctilobula)
dries out, so site it in a moist, rich soil where it can take over. For dry woodlands try hay-scented fern
Gardem #4 I have yet to understand gardens in sunny places without grasses, and I feel the same about woodlands and ferns. Ferns are old, simple and graceful plants that can be extremely effective
to look ratty if it dries out, so site it in a moist, rich soil where it can take over. For dry woodlands try hay-scented fern (Dennstaedtia punctilobula, zones 3 to 8).
“ferns” — margielynnj
CYAN Horticulture
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It might be because of its contained, somewhat closed-in feel that the woodland garden accommodates odds and ends so successfully, individual plants rather than
that the woodland garden accommodates odds and ends so successfully, individual plants rather than large sweeps. This charming planting of various trilliums and spring anemones creates a jewel box of a garden in Vancouver.
closed-in feel that the woodland garden accommodates odds and ends so successfully, individual plants rather than large sweeps.
Trilliums and anemones for a woodland garden
It might be because of its contained, somewhat closed-in feel that the woodland garden accommodates
Trilliums and spring anemones in woodland garden
“groundcovers” — guji41
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
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Wild Geranium: A Show-Stopper in the Spring Woodland
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Wild Geranium: A Show-Stopper in the Spring Woodland
profusely. Its deeply cut leaves contrast well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits. How to use it. Wild geranium can be used in masses under trees, along woodland edges or incorporated into any shade garden. Because it
other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits
Distinguishing traits. In moist springs, wild geranium flowers profusely. Its deeply cut leaves contrast well with other woodland plants
profusely. Its deeply cut leaves contrast well with other woodland plants, including ferns, wild ginger and meadow rue. The foliage is rarely browsed by deer and rabbits. How to use it. Wild geranium can be used in masses under trees, along woodland edges or incorporated into any shade garden. Because it
“Geranium maculatum” — Angie Martin Verge
Andrew Keys
Japanese painted fern (Athyrium niponicum 'Pictum')
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fern is dazzling in silver, it emerges in spring a vivid deep purple — a bonus by any standard. Painted fern prefers average to moist, well-drained woodland soil, but it will take moderately dry shade just fine or a bit of sun if the soil is damp. This one grows 1 to 2 feet tall and wide, and it's a winner
fern is dazzling in silver, it emerges in spring a vivid deep purple — a bonus by any standard. Painted fern prefers average to moist, well-drained woodland soil, but it will take moderately dry shade just fine or a bit of sun if the soil is damp. This one grows 1 to 2 feet tall and wide, and it's a winner
“LOVE this fern” — mrsmiling
CYAN Horticulture
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Primrose under a Japanese Maple in woodland garden
Those with the collector's bug will be amused endlessly in the woodland garden. They can acquire and grow treasures of all kinds and shapes, like this adorable primrose,
endlessly in the woodland garden. They can acquire and grow treasures of all kinds and shapes, like this adorable primrose, sheltered under the lacy canopy of a Japanese maple (Acer palmatum var dissectum).
Those with the collector's bug will be amused endlessly in the woodland garden. They can acquire
Those with the collector's bug will be amused endlessly in the woodland garden. They can acquire and grow treasures of all kinds and shapes, like this adorable primrose, sheltered under the lacy canopy of a Japanese maple (Acer palmatum var dissectum).
“adorable primrose” — wandacoleen
Terra Nova® Nurseries, Inc
'All Gold' Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold')
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finest woodland grasses for dry shade. The foliage always looks clean and lush in summer and turns a beautiful blonde in the winter. The chartreuse foliage of the cultivar 'All Gold' brightens landscapes
Japanese forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland grasses
forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland grasses for dry shade.
Embrace seasonal color changes. Japanese forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland grasses for dry shade. The foliage always looks clean and lush in summer
(Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland grasses for dry shade. The
Embrace seasonal color changes. Japanese forest grass (Hakenachloa macra, zones 5 to 9) may be one of the finest woodland grasses for dry shade. The foliage always looks clean
“Deana” — trowinter
Gardens by Monit, llc
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Spring in the woods
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Woodland gardens. Inspiration for the lodge?
I would like to do a woodland garden like this
lovely woodland...woodland garden
“I wonder if dogwood makes it here in MN, and if so, it might be a tree for the front.” — K Elizabeth McDonald
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