Talbaghia ~ hardy, long flowering, easy to grow, low maintenance. 'Dark Star' variety shown. Also available in pure white 'Milky Way' variety. Good for edging/borders.

Talbaghia violacea ~ hardy, long flowering, easy to grow, low maintenance. 'Dark Star' variety shown. Also available in pure white 'Milky Way' variety. Good for edging/borders. Keeps bugs down - is an Allium after all.

Evergreen Magnolia Hedge. Click for info on how to care for magnolias.

If you want to grow an Evergreen magnolia hedge you are best using a Magnolia ‘Little Gem’ or Magnolia ‘Teddy Bear’ as these are dwarf varieties of the…

Entry path from Victorian home renovation by B.E Architecture. Photography: Derek Swalwell | Styling: Julia Green | Story: Australian House & Garden

Glamorous Victorian Home Renovation By B.E Architecture

Terrasse

Inspiración: Terrazas para exteriores cofortables

It's Spring so naturally I've been entertaining ideas of becoming a landscape designer/woodland nymph again.  Since it's the end of the week...

love the colors and simplicity and how lush it feels. pour couloir face a la porte d'entree. Succulents and structural plants, hardscapes, landscape design

Beautiful landscaping around a gorgeous pool. Maybe someday..(sigh). From sunset.com by selena

Borders don't have to be large or complex to have visual impact; just four or five well-chosen plants can work wonders. Here, a border of purple African daisies, lobelia, sea lavender and silvery dusty Miller hugs a pool.

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