garden designed by keeyla meadows

Begonia and impatiens in a matching pot for a striking monochrome garden designed by Keeyla Meadows.

*not quite purple enough, but really pretty and simple

*not quite purple enough, but really pretty and simple

Border full of heat loving Sun Coleus, Lantana, Margarita and Blackie Sweet Potato Vine and Magilla Perilla.

Garden Border full of heat loving Sun Coleus, Lantana, Margarita and Blackie Sweet Potato Vine and Magilla Perilla.

the purple pot holds a golden barberry, the fancy-leafed, tricolor geraniums are my favorite 'Mrs. Pollock".

the purple pot holds a golden barberry, the fancy-leafed, tricolor geraniums are my favorite 'Mrs.

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My Garden Diaries

Colour contrast and varying height. Plants such as Cotinus, Miscanthus, Canna, Alpinia, Dahlia, and Artemisia and Aloe ferox | by Andrew Laidlaw

Designing with sculptural plants - GardenDrum

white astilbes (SHADE)

white astilbes (SHADE) and ferns

Transform a shady spot into a stunning seating area. More shade garden ideas: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/solving-shade/shade-garden-design-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin051912=4

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Enjoy a bold, beautiful color in the shady corners of your yard with our garden design tips!

Walkway

This is the kind of sturdy planting scheme you need for a windy garden.

Variegated Norway Maple needs full sun, wonderful specimen tree

Variegated Norway Maple is a dense, deciduous tree that makes a great landscape focal point. It prefers full sun and grows up to tall. It& green and white leaves turn yellow and pink in the fall.

Broccoli Hall's peony border. Photo via countryhome.com

peony---tree and plant Daphne- (not in picture) variegated shrub -beautiful little shrub

Clematis and Delphinium

Conrad Art Glass y jardines: Delphiniums

out front

Container front garden~ so pretty

No matter where you live, being water wise is the smart way to garden. And if you live in drought stricken or prone areas, it’s a must. While I love a gorgeous hydrangea, and roses are amazing, there are plenty of flowering plants that don’t suck down our water resources. These ten no fail perennials for low water gardens fit the bill, are gorgeous as stand alone plants, and come back every year!

10 No Fail Drought Tolerant Perennials for Low Water Gardens

No matter where you live, being water wise is the smart way to garden. And if you live in drought stricken or prone areas, it’s a must. While I love a gorgeous hydrangea, and roses are amazing, there are plenty of flowering plants that don’t suck down our water resources. These ten no fail perennials for low water gardens fit the bill, are gorgeous as stand alone plants, and come back every year!

Pennisetum orientale (Oriental fountain grass) – shown here as the pinkish selection ‘Karley Rose’ – paired with Allium sphaerocephalon (drumstick chives), Veronicastrum virginicum (Culver’s root), and Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Center Glow’ (ninebark)

Pennisetum orientale (Oriental fountain grass) – shown here as the pinkish selection ‘Karley Rose’ – paired with Allium sphaerocephalon (drumstick chives), Veronicastrum virginicum (Culver’s root), and Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Center Glow’ (ninebark)

Garden Tips from www.mysoulfulhome.com

Divide plants to get more in your garden

Garden Tips on dividing plants & feeding them too!

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