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Bluestem Joint Fir (Ephedra equisetina) This bright blue shrub resembles a grass, but its erect stems stand tall year-round with no need to cut them back. Bluestem joint fir is a large garden addition, growing 4 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 8 feet wide, and it’s also pretty dense. Its chalk-blue color provides year-round interest; red berry-like fruit appears on female plants in summer. Zones 4b - 9.

Get a Cool Garden Look With Gray and Blue Plants

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In addition to a textural contrast between the plants in this container, there is a striking color contrast between the Agave americana (upright green plant), Loropetalum chinense ‘Purple Pixie’ (weeping purple foliage plant) and Spiraea japonica ‘Limemound’ (lime green foliage plant). At the entrance of this building, such a striking color combination draws attention and invites inspection.

Linda Cochran's Garden: More Eremurus

Linda Cochran's Garden: More Eremurus

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shade plants...Lamium, Hosta - Lamium is an amazing ground cover that can fill a bed in one or two seasons - pink or purple flowers

List of Edwardian Garden Plants | eHow

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The Edwardian Garden This rose named after the famous Edwardian gardener (known for inspirational cottage gardens) is in the Edwardian GardenSeven landmark historical gardens were created to celebrate the RHS Bicentenary 1804-2004. Regency, Mid Victorian, Late Victorian, Edwardian, 1950's, 1970's and Contemporary are all represented.

Edwardian Garden

Greening It Up In the City | Traveling Greener

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tulips. cyclamen, with maidenhair fern

Jennings & Gates: Notes from a Virginia Country House™: Virginia Country from A to Z: G is for Gardening

Photo by Oscar de la Renta of his gardens in Kent, Connecticut. Order The Style, Inspiration, and Life of Oscar de la Renta on oscardelarenta.com

Oscar de la Renta's garden, from Private Gardens of CT

Dan Pearson's own garden silvers, and pinks and seed heads...

raised planters. Wow wouldn't that brick be nice to keep out the weeds!!!!!