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16 Results for "liriope"
15 file(s) - Uploaded by: nwphillygardener
Created: Feb 7, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 109
Difficult spaces require creative solutions: What to do with a very long and narrow yard? A graceful serpentine path of different materials winds through different outdoor rooms in the shade.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Chris Major
Created: Nov 23, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 16
The client did some extensive remodeling inside the house as well as outside. Since the house architecture was based on Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie Style, emphasis on linear lines mixed with Asian style was the basis for all of the design throughout the entire property.
17 file(s) - Uploaded by: nwphillygardener
Created: Aug 8, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
Annuals in August bring a surprising palette of color into the shade garden. I use them both in containers which can be moved as needed to stage great vistas, or planted directly into the beds. But when you're gardening in the heat, be sure to take time to stop & sip a cooling beverage and enjoy the sanctuary you've crafted.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: BrookFord
Created: Jan 21, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 17
Our yard is still a work in progress. It looks much better than it did when we moved in. Most of the yard was dirt ( the builders only put sod on 1/3 of the front yard. The back was bare dirt and 10 feet out of the back door is a hill where my husband built steps so we could get up easier. More pics to come in the spring/summer IF GA ever gets out of the drought.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: ghsporty
Created: Feb 21, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 11
This entrance was primarly fescue that burned out in the summertime heat and drought. By transforming the fescue to drought tolerant plants such as Liriope and Heavenly Bamboo, it stays low and requires minimal maintenance. Oh, and the berries in winter add a wonderful touch of red to the landscape:)