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Gallery Roundup: 10 Gardens at Water’s Edge by Barbara Peck

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Gallery Roundup: 10 Gardens at Water’s Edge by Barbara Peck

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mouzeron:

Can someone plant ID these pretty white flowers for me please?

They look like yucca flowers to me.

              Me too.

landscape-a-design:

Project: Center for Advanced Science and Technology

Designers: PWP Landscape Architecture

Location: Japan

theclothdiary:

Very cool

theclothdiary:

Very cool

landscape35mm:

el sur [1983] dir. victor erice

landscape35mm:

el sur [1983] dir. victor erice

hortushorrei:

Cloudy Morning, Corte Eremo, Mantua.
This is the rainiest July I can remember, and the grass, garden, and I love it. BUt will today’s haze and cloud cover become a rain shower? Let’s hope so.

hortushorrei:

Cloudy Morning, Corte Eremo, Mantua.

This is the rainiest July I can remember, and the grass, garden, and I love it. BUt will today’s haze and cloud cover become a rain shower? Let’s hope so.

dailyplantfacts:

Banksia is in the family Proteaceae, easily recognized by its conical inflorescence and showy stamens. This genus is native to Australia and plays a very important role in the food chain, providing plenty of nectar to birds, bees, butterflies, and other animals that call Australia home. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #plantscience #dailyplantfacts #plants #banksia #proteaceae #plants #botany #flowers #gardens #sfbotanicalgarden #nature #australia (at San Francisco Botanical Garden)

dailyplantfacts:

Banksia is in the family Proteaceae, easily recognized by its conical inflorescence and showy stamens. This genus is native to Australia and plays a very important role in the food chain, providing plenty of nectar to birds, bees, butterflies, and other animals that call Australia home. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #plantscience #dailyplantfacts #plants #banksia #proteaceae #plants #botany #flowers #gardens #sfbotanicalgarden #nature #australia (at San Francisco Botanical Garden)

dailyplantfacts:

Puya raimondii is the largest species of bromeliad IN THE WORLD! This one is well over 20 feet tall (with me for comparison). Only 3 have ever flowered in cultivation, including this one. In the wild, they take 100 years to flower, but this one miraculously started blooming after only 24 years! Found high in the mountains of Peru, this species is known as the Queen of the Andes. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #dailyplantfacts #plantscience #puya #raimondii #andes #queenoftheandes #rare #plants #flowers #gardens #botany #ucbotanicalgardens (at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley)

dailyplantfacts:

Puya raimondii is the largest species of bromeliad IN THE WORLD! This one is well over 20 feet tall (with me for comparison). Only 3 have ever flowered in cultivation, including this one. In the wild, they take 100 years to flower, but this one miraculously started blooming after only 24 years! Found high in the mountains of Peru, this species is known as the Queen of the Andes. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #dailyplantfacts #plantscience #puya #raimondii #andes #queenoftheandes #rare #plants #flowers #gardens #botany #ucbotanicalgardens (at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley)

dailyplantfacts:

Ginkgo biloba is the only surviving species in its genus. The Ginkgo has a fossil record going back more than 200 million years! A native to China, this tree has been cultivated for centuries, with its leaves and seeds used as traditional medicines. Follow for more plant facts and photos!

dailyplantfacts:

Equisetum is the last living genus in the family Equisitaceae, and is closely related to ferns. The stems contain crystals of silica which make them rough and gritty, helping protect the plant from herbivory. It has also been used to clean pots and cookware, giving it the common name “Scouring rush”. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #plantscience #dailyplantfacts #ferns #gardens #plants #botany #berkeley #ucbotanicalgardens #equisetum #horsetail (at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley)

dailyplantfacts:

Equisetum is the last living genus in the family Equisitaceae, and is closely related to ferns. The stems contain crystals of silica which make them rough and gritty, helping protect the plant from herbivory. It has also been used to clean pots and cookware, giving it the common name “Scouring rush”. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #plantscience #dailyplantfacts #ferns #gardens #plants #botany #berkeley #ucbotanicalgardens #equisetum #horsetail (at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley)

dailyplantfacts:

Doryopteris majestosa is a species of fern from Brazil. Notice the brown tufts on the margins of the leaf? Ferns don’t have flowers or seeds, and so reproduce by spores! These spores are held on structures called sori and are usually found on the underside of the fern leaf. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #dailyplantfacts #plantscience #ferns #doryopteris #sori #spores #gardens #plants #botany #ucbotanicalgardens (at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley)

dailyplantfacts:

Doryopteris majestosa is a species of fern from Brazil. Notice the brown tufts on the margins of the leaf? Ferns don’t have flowers or seeds, and so reproduce by spores! These spores are held on structures called sori and are usually found on the underside of the fern leaf. Follow for more plant facts and photos! #growbotany #dailyplantfacts #plantscience #ferns #doryopteris #sori #spores #gardens #plants #botany #ucbotanicalgardens (at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley)

columbinellc:

Last week in Pound Ridge, NY

featureshoot:

PHOTO DU JOUR: A MAKESHIFT POOL IN THE OZARKS http://bit.ly/1r91PbS
Photo: Julie Blackmon

featureshoot:

PHOTO DU JOUR: A MAKESHIFT POOL IN THE OZARKS http://bit.ly/1r91PbS

Photo: Julie Blackmon