Photo of a mid-sized traditional drought-tolerant and full sun front yard gravel landscaping in Seattle.

Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA

Traditional Landscape, Seattle

Purple thyme with lavender, pine, and blanket flower amid clumps of iris and ceanothus create the border for a round rock path leading to the beach, patio and fire pit. Located on the shores of Puget Sound in Washington State. Photo by Scott Lankford
Photo of a mid-sized traditional drought-tolerant and full sun front yard gravel landscaping in Seattle. - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (4)

isamenton wrote:September 6, 2013
  • isamenton
    7 years ago
    Thanks for your patience! I meant the taller pink bouquets . They look like Allium Schoenoprasum but i am not sure they are....
  • PRO
    Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
    7 years ago
    The pink puff ball flowers are pink thrift. Armeria maritima, also known as sea pink or pink sea thrift. Also deer resistant and drought tollerant. They look like fine pin cushions, about 1-2' in diameter and 4-6" tall with the flowers about 12" tall.
What Houzzers are commenting on
HU-334468449 added this to My ProjectSeptember 12, 2020

The purple flowers are red mother of thyme, Thymus serphyllum. It is a creeping ground cover that is drought and deer...