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Photo of a traditional landscaping in Chicago.

Garden DesignTraditional Landscape, Chicago

Photo of a traditional landscaping in Chicago. —  Houzz
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cdeholleran wrote:Jan 25, 2013
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    Denise Dering Design
    Good Evening & Thank you for all your interesting questions & answers!!!

    David Austin Mary Roses
    May Night Salvia & Lime Creepers
    That’s it! But, thanks for all the input, y’all!
    The fence was made custom by a dear artisan friend who has since passed away.
    Thank you for all your interest!
    Kind Regards,

    Denise
    Denise Dering Design
    Denise.Dering@gmail.com
    708-209-5847
jeffwhitehead wrote:Dec 25, 2012
  • Jane Ryan
    Hi here are pictures of my rose bush / hoping someone can name it for me / is it an old English?
  • qiwhiz
    Is it a rock rose perhaps?
Amanda Hogg wrote:Mar 3, 2013
  • Sobe Khan
    well if you go to the FB page for this designer he says to someone "this design includes David Austin "Mary" roses, "May Night" salvia & golden Moneywart"
  • supergran
    Achemilla mollis can take over ...be very careful it is self seeding and very hard to dig up after a few years......go carefully
Ellen Landis Robinson wrote:Jan 15, 2014
  • CJ
    Click on the "Garden Spaces" link under the picture...
  • luknar87

    one of the most favorite photos on the internet, congrats, it is beautiful indeed

Laura Zambratto House and Garden wrote:May 15, 2013
  • CJ
    More info on this project here !
    Garden Spaces · More Info
  • Dorothy Butler
    Can you give more information on the "Mary Rose"? They are beautiful
mkhaley wrote:Apr 10, 2013
  • grant70
    I would like a list of all the flowers that are planted in front of the white picked fence, I have one but not nearly as beautiful as this one. Please e-mail me the list, grantcarmela@live.com Thank you also indicate if all are perenials.
  • loganroper
    they are all perenials. OK with drought, hot sun & poor soil.
    Blue: May Night Salvia
    Green: Golden Creeping Jenny
    Pink: Mary Rose Climber

    Good tip mix peat moss and manure and work into soil around root ball when planting.
sznlvk wrote:Aug 24, 2016
aizeymae4 wrote:Apr 13, 2013
    zaharia wrote:Apr 12, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      joanna_tovia
      Joanna Tovia added this to Front-Yard Makeover Ideas With MojoApr 5, 2016

      Your cottage-style front garden needn’t be restricted to behind the fence. Along the outside of this front fence, a ‘Mary Rose’ David Austin rose provides height and fragrance, while golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia ‘Aurea’) and ‘May Night’ salvia (Salvia nemorosa ‘May Night’) form the lower tier. Stick to two or three colors or varieties of plants for a big effect.

      siffordgd
      Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to 6 Suggestions for Harmonious HardscapingOct 13, 2013

      Achieve balance through repetition and rhythm. This lovely garden evokes images of Victorian England. Notice how the salvias (Salvia nemorosa 'May Night', zones 5 to 9) are planted in measured intervals. By doing this, the designer has achieved rhythm. The roses provide that soothing thread of continuity.More gorgeous looks for a narrow planting strip

      karenchapman
      Le jardinet added this to 4 Gorgeous Garden Looks for a Narrow Planting StripMar 28, 2013

      1. A Romantic BorderA classic white picket fence festooned with fragrant roses — what could be more romantic? The beauty of this one is that passersby can enjoy the flowers, since they're planted on the outside of the fence.Key design features:Restraint in both color and plantsRepetition of colors and plants down the entire borderGaining height by using the fence to support climbing rosesColor notes:A restrained palette of pink and blue is accented with chartreuse.The deeper shades of purple provide depth, ensuring that this combination will still turn heads even in late summer.Plant selection:Climbing 'Mary Rose' provides height and fragrance.Billowing mounds of golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea') and May Night salvia (Salvia nemorosa 'May Night') form the lower tier.These perennials are tolerant of low water, poor soil and hot sun.

      paintboxgarden
      Paintbox Garden added this to 20 Ways to Work White Magic in Your YardDec 12, 2012

      2. Install a white fence for curb appeal. A low fence like this is both playful and proper. Dressed with roses and fronted with mounding perennials, it makes a welcome entry from the street or sidewalk. The fence can be strung with greens and lights in the winter season.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      debbie_mcconnell0527
      Debbie McConnell added this to Garden - RosesApr 20, 2019

      Pink and blue color combination.

      orchid_05
      Shannon Romeo added this to Landscaping IdeasApr 20, 2019

      I like the idea of alternating plants along the walkway

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