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Qué plantar? planos para jardines

Mensaje por angelito el Jue Jun 05, 2008 11:42 pm

NiLo escribió:Q tal si vamos poniendo esquemas con dibujos y nombres de las plantas?
Tal vez alguno nos dé ideas.

Proyectos de moisture.greenmuseum.org

1 Boutloua Gracilis
4 Achnathferum
Phacilis Campanularia
Lasthenia Glabrata
11 feet from center:
1 Yucca Brevifolia
3 Larrea Tridentata
1 Prosopis Pubescens


4 Sporobolus Gracilis
3 Achnathferum
2nd terrace:
5 Artemisia Tridentata
5 Ephedra species
3 Chrysothanmnus Nauseousus
3rd terrace:
3 Larrea Tridentata
2 Yucca Brevifolia


4 Achnathferum
Pahcilia Campanularia
Lasthenia Glabrata
7 feet from center:
10 Atriplex Canescens
1 YuccaWhipplei
25 feet from center:
3 Cercidium Floridum
2 Prosopis Pubescens


3 Sporobolus Alkilidgrass
Phaclia Campanularia
11 feet from center:
3 Atriplex hymenelytra
3 Atriplex Lentiformis
1 Atriplex canescens
1 Yucca Whipplei
1 Artemisia Tridentata
15 feet from center:
3 Cercidium Floridum
1 Acacia Greggii


Baileya Multriadiata
12 feet from center:
9 Atriplex Lentisformis
25 feet from center:
3 Cercidium Floridum
2 Yucca Whipplei


Sporobolus Alkidigrass
Layia Platyglossa
Phacilia Campanularia
8 feet from center:
8 Baccharis Sarothoides
1 Calliandra Californica
1 Yucca Whipplei
25 feet from center:
5 Prosopis Pubescens


5 Boutloua Gracilis
Lasthenia Glabrata
12 feet from center:
4 Atriplex Polycarpa
1 Yucca Whipplei
25 feet from center:
3 Prosopis Pubescens
2 Acacia Greggii

Guía de dibujos:



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NiLo escribió:Proyectos de bbg.org
El jardín q cobra vida de noche

1. Alcea rugosa (yellow hollyhock)
2. Anemone x hybrida 'Whirlybirds' (Japanese anemone)
3. Brugmansia x candida (angel's trumpet)
4. Carex muskingumensis 'Ice Fountains' (palm sedge)
5. Coreopsis 'Moonbeam'
6. Cosmos bipinnatus 'Daydream'
7. Eremurus x Ruiter's hybrids (foxtail lily)
8. Euphorbia marginata (snow-on-the-mountain)
9. Ipomoea alba (moonflower)
10. Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote' (lavender)
11. Lobularia maritima 'Pastel Carpet' (sweet alyssum)
12. Matthiola longipetala (evening scented stock)
13. Mirabilis jalapa 'Broken Colors' (four-o'-clock)
14. Nicotiana x sanderae (flowering tobacco)
15. Oenothera biennis (evening primrose)
16. Osmanthus heterophyllus 'Gulftide' (holly osmanthus)
17. Passiflora caerulea (passion flower)
18. Petunia 'Tidal Wave Silver'
19. Salvia argentea (silver sage)

Un jardín de fragancias

1. Abelia x grandiflora 'Compacta' (Abelia)
2. Cytisus x dallimorei 'Lena' (Broom)
3. Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Feuerhexe' (Clove pink)
4. Dianthus 'Tiny Rubies' (Clove pink)
5. Hosta plantaginea 'Aphrodite' (Plantain lily)
6. Lantana camara 'Miss Huff' (Hardy lantana)
7. Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead' (Lavender)
8. Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina' (European honeysuckle)
9. Origanum laevigatum 'Herrenhausen' (Oregano)
10. Rosa 'Aloha' (Climbing rose)
11. Salvia officinalis (Sage)
12. Thymus vulgaris 'Argenteus' (Silver thyme)
13. Valeriana officinalis (Garden heliotrope)
NiLo escribió:Proyectos de bbg.org
Una bordura herencia de familia

1. Dicentra spectabilis (bleeding heart) This popular cottage-garden plant grows between two and three feet tall and produces arching stems of heart-shaped pink and white flowers in April and May. Introduced to cultivation in 1846. USDA Hardiness Zones 3—9.
2. Narcissus poeticus 'Plenus' (poet's narcissus) Introduced in 1601, this heirloom daffodil produces snowy white, richly fragrant double blooms with frilly yellow centers in late April and May. Zones 3—9.
3. Narcissus 'Van Sion' (daffodil) Introduced in 1620, this spectacular double-flowered yellow daffodil blooms in April. Zones 4—8.
4. Paeonia 'Festiva Maxima' (peony) Growing up to three feet tall, this heirloom peony boasts large, fragrant, rose-form flowers of pure white flecked with crimson in early June. Introduced in 1851. Zones 3—8.
5. Paeonia 'Sarah Bernhardt' (peony) Gigantic, double, apple-blossom-pink fragrant flowers sit atop this three-foot peony in late June. Introduced in 1906. Zones 3—8.
6. Spiraea prunifolia (bridalwreath spirea) Introduced to cultivation in 1843, this much-loved spirea grows up to nine feet tall. In early spring, its long, slender, arching branches are covered with beautiful double, buttonlike white flowers. Zones 4—8.
7. Tulipa 'Lac van Rijn' (tulip) Dating back to 1620 and the infamous "Tulipmania" period in Holland, this rare heirloom tulip sports dramatic purple-red, ivory-edged petals in April. Zones 4—7.
8. Tulipa 'Zomerschoon' (tulip) This ancient "broken" tulip from 1620 is patterned with shades of strawberry and cream and blooms late in the spring. Zones 4—7.

Groundcovers
9. Galanthus elwesii (snowdrop) First cultivated in 1875, this harbinger of spring produces nodding, honey-scented white flowers very early in the season. Zones 3—9.
10. Myosotis sylvatica (woodland forget-me-not) Clusters of sweet-scented intense blue flowers appear on this low-growing compact plant in spring and summer. Zones 5—9.

Hierbas de Provenza

1. Jasminum sambac (Arabian jasmine)
This tender perennial produces highly fragrant white summer flowers, which make an exotic tea when added to hot water. USDA Zones 9–10.
2. Laurus nobilis (bay laurel)
The pungent leaves of this perennial are added to soups, sauces, and stews. Zones 8–9.
3. Rosmarinus officinalis Prostratus Group (rosemary)
This woody herb is great for grilling and is delicious on all meats and chopped in breads and vegetable dishes. Zones 8–10.
4. Anethum graveolens (dill)
This annual's fine, lacy, anise-flavored foliage is used to enhance fish dishes, dips, salads, and vegetable stews.
5. Mentha aquatica × piperata f. citrata 'Orange' (orange mint)
This mint's citrus-flavored leaves are wonderful in fruit salads, desserts, and iced tea. Zones 5–9.
6. Satureja hortensis (summer savory)
The mild, peppery leaves of this annual herb are used in stews, omelets, and soups.
7. Ocimum basilicum (sweet basil)
A fragrant annual herb, basil produces sweet, anise-flavored leaves that are used to season pasta dishes, salads, and much more.
8. Artemisia dracunculus (French tarragon)
This herb produces licorice-flavored leaves that are used to enhance vinegars and meat dishes. Zones 4–7.
9. Salvia officinalis (garden sage)
This herb's soft, fuzzy leaves are used to make a delicious butter sauce and are great for poultry and stuffing. Zones 4–8.
10. Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote' (lavender)
The flowers of this shrubby perennial are often added to herbes de Provence blends and are also very tasty with ice cream and berries. Zones 5–8.
11. Origanum majorana (sweet marjoram)
The savory-sweet leaves of this tender perennial are wonderful in butters, tomato sauce, pizza, and vegetable and meat dishes. Zones 9–10.
12. Thymus vulgaris (French thyme)
The tiny leaves of this woody perennial provide the key flavor of the classic herbes de Provence blend. Zones 5–9.
NiLo escribió:Proyectos de bbg.org
Bordura

1. Aster dumosus 'Alice Haslam' (hybrid dwarf aster)
2. Aster laevis (smooth aster)
3. Clethra alnifolia 'September Beauty' (summersweet)
4. Itea virginica 'Sprich' (Little Henry) (dwarf Virginia sweetspire)
5. Gillenia trifoliata (bowman's root)
6. Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride' (heuchera)
7. Heuchera 'Montrose Ruby' (heuchera hybrid)
8. Lobelia siphilitica 'Alba' (lobelia)

Hierbas ornamentales. Diseño de bajo mantenimiento

Hierbas Destacadas
1. Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' (feather reed grass) A narrow, upright plant, 'Karl Foerster' has deep green foliage that turns gold in autumn. Its feathery pink-bronze summer plumes fade to a warm wheat color and last well into winter. Height: Six feet. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9.
2. Helictotrichon sempervirens (blue oat grass) This handsome evergreen grass produces highly rolled gray-blue leaves. Purple-tinted flower spikes sit atop stiff, upright stems in summer and mature to a straw color. Height: Four feet. Zones 4 to 9.
3. Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah' (switch grass) The blue-green leaves of this native cultivar develop a reddish tinge on their tips in the summer. By fall, all the foliage turns a spectacular burgundy color. Upright, airy red flower panicles are produced in summer. Height: Three feet. Zones 5 to 9.

4. Schizachyrium scoparium 'The Blues' (little bluestem) Native to the Great Plains, this is a clump-forming grass with strong, upright blue foliage. In the fall, the leaves and feathery seed heads change to a golden amber color. Height: Three feet. Zones 4 to 10.
Perennes
5. Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' (purple coneflower)
6. Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway' (joe-pye weed)
7. Monarda x 'Violet Queen' (bee balm)
8. Perovskia atriplicifolia (Russian sage)
9. Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm' (black-eyed Susan)
10. Sedum 'Herbstfreude' (autumn joy stonecrop)

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NiLo escribió:Proyectos de bbg.org
Q plantar en una depresión de terreno
Plantas para el encharcamiento


Rosas en una bordura variada

1 Artemisia 'Powis Castle'
2 Clematis 'General Sikorsky'
3 Foeniculum vulgare (fennel)
4 Geranium cinereum
5 Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Filagran' (Russian sage)
6 Rosa 'Altissimo'
7 Rosa glauca
8 Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
9 Rosa 'Sombreuil'
10 Rosa 'Souvenir de St. Anne's'
11 Salvia nemorosa

Una esquina sombría

1. Hydrangea quercifolia 'Pee Wee' (Oakleaf hydrangea)
-Adiatum pedatum (American maidenhair fern)
-Clintonia borealis (Bluebeard lily)
-Cypripedium pubescens (Large yellow lady-slipper)
-Jeffersonia diphylla (Twinleaf)
-Trillium grandiflorum (Great white trillium)
2. Hamamelis vernalis (Vernal witch-hazel)
-Disporum maculatum (Fairy-bells)
-Erythronium americanum (Yellow trout lily)
-Iris cristata (Crested iris)
-Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas fern)
-Stylophorum diphyllum (Celandine poppy)
3. Mahonia aquifolium 'Compactum' (Oregon grapeholly)
-Mertensia virginica (Virginia bluebells)
-Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot)
-Trillium grandiflorum (Great white trillium)
-Uvularia grandiflora (Large merrybells)

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