Sunflower Designs LLC
17 Reviews

Bristol Garden

This garden began in 2006 and has evolved since then, with beds expanding, plants changing and features being added. It changes dramatically from season to season and is truly a four season garden with plenty of color and interest throughout the year.
Country: United States
Zip Code: 02809
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BEFORE-The yard was a blank expanse of lawn looking straight into the neighbor's yard. Brooke Merriam
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A 6' wooden fence was added and wide borders of at least 6' allow for layering of plants and textures.
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The rustic boulder fire pit was added a few years after the initial installation of the beds and patio.
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Tulips and Pulmonaria in May.
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Pulsatilla is a treat in early spring.
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Mukdenia is a beauty in the shade garden
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Peony, Salvia and dianthus make for a lovely spring show
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Miss Kim Lilac, Mt Everest Allium, salvia, catmint and Purple Sensation Allium make for a stunning vista in the June garden.
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Chives, Siberian Iris and birdbath in June
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The June Garden- Allium makes an architectural statement in the garden, especially when paired with the spike of salvia
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Salvia and Peony make a beautiful pairing in the May/June garden.
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Peonies in May.
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Clematis
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Lavender, Veronica, and Dwarf Shasta Daisy are a beautiful combo in the mid summer garden
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Lavender, Black Eyed Susan and Agastache make for a beautiful mid-late summer combination
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The late summer border is full of color and texture with Dwarf Fountain Grass, Black Eyed Susan, Russian Sage, Hummingbird Agastache and more.
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autumn brilliance fern
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Purple dome aster in September
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Allium seed heads and Autumn Joy Sedum in September
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Ilex verticillata 'Red Sprite', Stipa tenuissima, Gaura 'Siskiyou Pink', Hydrangea paniculate 'Little Quickfire' in late summer
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Fall Garden
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