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climates When to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.
Love this "sweet" little flowering plant
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima Common name: Sweet alyssum USDA zones: All zones can plant alyssum Water
climates; spring and summer blooming in cooler climates When to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.
Full to part sun - all zones - plant in fall or winter
One of my most favorite plants ever. :)
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima Common name: Sweet alyssum USDA zones: All zones can plant alyssum Water requirements: Average water needs, but do not overwater Light
plant to attract pollinators, either in front because of it's drought tolerance or in the back as a decorative plant
s (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9), or low mounding shrubs such as barberry (Berberis cvs, zones 4 to 9), abelia (Abelia cvs, zones 6 to 9) and spirea (Spiraea japonica cvs, zones 4 to 9). Be advised that barberry can be invasive in some areas.
If your creek bed lies in a sunny area, consider ground covers such as sedum (Sedum spp and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus spp and cvs, zones 3 to 10), ornamental grasses
Varied colors, sizes and textures of plants
and cvs, zones 3 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus spp and cvs, zones 3 to 10), ornamental grasses such as switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9), or low mounding shrubs such as barberry (Berberis cvs, zones 4 to 9), abelia (Abelia cvs, zones 6 to 9) and spirea (Spiraea japonica cvs, zones 4 to 9)
Santa Monica BungalowJanice Girard Design
zone 10 planting
water tolerant plants
water plants
Dakotas down to eastern Texas and east to the Atlantic and New England Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 8; find your zone); best planted if native to your area Water requirement: Moist to medium soil Light requirement: Full sun to 25 percent shade Mature size: 3 to
flowering When to plant: Spring to fall; seed in fall or winter
Botanical name: Eupatorium perfoliatum Common name: Boneset Origin: Native from the eastern Dakotas down to eastern Texas and east to the Atlantic and New England Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 8; find
find your zone); best planted if native to your area Water requirement: Moist to medium soil Light requirement: Full sun to 25 percent shade Mature size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Very low maintenance; great for rain gardens; an insect magnet Seasonal interest: Sports
Coos BayMosaic Gardens
Lush plantings surround garden paths in this garden on the Southern Oregon coast. The rusting steel arbor at the top of the hill supports four fruiting pear trees. The ipe bench below the arbor is large enough to seat several people. This garden is battered by winds and browsed by hungry deer, but
Will you please name the roundish, light green plant on the lower right? Thank you.
I love the layering of plants in the landscape
Nice mix of grass, lush plants, and pathwork.
House in the treesRill Architects
Zone 5 plantings
massed fern plantings.
Low maintenance plantings
dark mulch around plantings
Project 10DK Design
Wall half way with plants above
flower pots with plants to keep bugs away
potted plants
Portola Valley EstateSuzman Design Associates
native or well-adapted plants should form the bulk of your plant palette. Plants needing more water, such as edibles, and container plants should be grouped together for more efficient irrigation. Work with your site’s characteristics to determine where hydrozones (watering zones) make the most sense.
For example, a south-facing slope is an ideal place to group plants that prefer good drainage and have low water requirements. A low-lying area that stays damp can be a separate zone for plants with moderate and higher water needs.
flowered plant? Like Comment December 12, 2013 Report hayleydaniels It's lavender. December 12, 2013 at 9:26pm Like
Drought-tolerant, native or well-adapted plants should form the bulk of your plant palette. Plants needing
lavender. Plant it toward the back of beds so as not to block other daintier plants. Many homeowners plant Pride of Madeira on hillsides and slopes, which are akin to its native habitat. Caution: The plant does reseed, and it is advised not to plant it close to a riparian or habitat restoration zone. The
collect them to plant elsewhere in your garden or to prevent unmonitored spreading
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal water and well-drained soil. Pride of
Planting notes. Provide full sun, minimal water and well-drained soil
Cut the plant back in fall, after flowering, to maintain a healthy, bushy shape and promote new growth. Pride of Madeira reseeds freely, which can be helpful, since it is not the most long-lived plant; it will fill in if the parent plant dies. You can also let seed heads dry on the plant and collect
Wild LupineHolm Design & Consulting LLC
wild lupine...by seed. scratch and soak 1 day and plant
The plant is Lupinus perennis or Wild Lupine
Botanical name: Lupinus perennis Common name: Wild lupine Hardy to -42 degrees zones 2b to 10b; Typical plant communities: Oak savannahs, prairies, woodland edges and pine barrens
summer, providing additional interest. When to plant: Spring or fall
Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Oak savannahs, prairies, woodland
(Lupinus polyphyllus), that has naturalized in the northern coastal states. Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Oak savannahs, prairies, woodland edges and pine barrens Water requirement: Medium to dry well-drained soil; sand
year-round. USDA zones: 6 to 10 (find your zone; avoid planting it where it's considered invasive) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches tall and wide When to plant: Plant in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
will provide structure to the garden year-round. USDA zones: 6 to 10 (find your zone; avoid planting it where it's considered invasive) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches tall and wide When to plant: Plant in well-drained soil in spring or fall.
Hardy plants for dry areas. Flea bane
How to Get the Look 1. Start with the tallest plant. Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa tenuissima). This grass not only likes hot, dry conditions, it
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