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Here orange may be the dominant color, with the bright flowers of the trailing Calibrachoa, but it is softened by the foliage of the coleus and Canna Tropicanna. A nice touch is how the little warm red flowers of the Cuphea Eternal Flame continue the theme.
Orange in the Garden: Do You Dare?
all types of potted plants- they tell you what's in each pot, you can do it yourself
5 Tips for Growing Gorgeous Hydrangeas.
Terrace Sitting Room - This West Vancouver yard is divided into distinct living spaces, like this cosy sitting area. Make a vignette like this more intimate by adding an arbour overhead. Remember that backyards don't always have to be swathed in grass. Instead, create an inviting terrace like this one with a Pennsylvania bluestone floor. This way, plants and flowers take centre stage without competing with green grass. Also, choose simple patio furniture to keep a garden from looking too busy.
Pergola. LOVE these.
Forcing tulips in water is a fun, easy, and a unique way to present tulips that most people have not seen before. I think showing the natural beauty of the bulb is a pure, modern, and minimalist approach to floral design. Give it a try.
Landmark™ Sunrise Rose Improved Lantana - Hummingbird and Butterfly-attracting flower clusters covering mounds of dark green foliage. The Landmark series was bred specifically for landscape use and is ideal for mass plantings., Lantana is highly drought tolerant and loves the heat. Perfect for full-sun.
Lantana -"Landmark Sunrise Rose" - It starts yellow, then matures to coral then pink! So easy to care for, and butterflies and hummingbirds love it! More importantly, it can survive drought conditions!
Penny Ball for the garden. Pennies in the garden repel slugs and make hydrangeas blue. I love this idea. It looks old and new and beautiful.
Tips for growing Hydrangea - Hydrangea are a wonderful flowering shrub. The blossoms can be very large and come in several colors: Red, Pink, Blue, Purple and White. Some varieties have blossoms of different colors. The color of the hydrangea flower really varies with the amount of aluminum ions in the soil. Acidic soils with a pH of less than 5.5 produce blue flowers; soils with a pH greater than 5.5 product pink flowers. White flowers are not affected by pH.
Tips for growing Hydrangea
oh so pretty