Pinterest Inspiration: June 2014
Beautiful display of landscaping with evergreens. This is a berm built for privacy. It serves it's purpose well. This is beautiful all season.
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0902432 Xeric garden w/ Pineleaf Penstemon, 'May Night' Salvia', 'Seafoam' groundcover rose, Sedums, 'Tiger Eyes' Sumac, 'Glauca Fastigiata' Blue Atlas Cedar frames gate [Penstemon pinifolius; Salvia x sylvestris 'May Night'; Rosa 'Seafoam'; Sedum spp.; Pinus sp.; Rhus typhina 'Tiger Eyes'; Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Fastigiata']. Jeff Lightbody, Boise, ID. © Mark Turner
Picea engelmannii 'Blue Magoo' "A striking upright coniferous tree with short, gray-blue needles. New growth in spring droops giving this selection a lovely "weeping" look. Tiny red cones in spring mature to dark brown by summer. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 6' tall x 4' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -60 degrees. USDA zone 1. Discovered and introduced by the Flora Wonder(tm) Collection of Buchholz Nursery." -from buchholz website
For the Love of Miniature Garden Plants
For the Love of Miniature Garden Plants “Come on, Sweetie, let’s get going.” My husband calls delicately, knowing that if the tone is wrong, he may lose me. It was as if he was talking me down from the ledge of the Space Needle. “Come on, we don’t need anymore plants, you have enough.” He…
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Rusted metal entry door gates into naturalistic woodland country garden with spring flowering shrubs, Boninti Garden, Virginia
Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
This Weeping Blue Atlas cedar or "cedrus atlantica pendula" was photographed by the eminent dendrologist A. F. Mitchell in 1963 in Tittenhurst Park, Ascot, Berkshire. Tittenhurst Park was publicly accessible until John and Yoko moved in in 1969. The Beatles were photographed here, under this tree, on August 22 1969, and George Harrison wrote about the tree in his song "Beware of Darkness" (1970). From: The Beatles' London by Mark Lewisohn, Adam Smith and Piet Schreuders