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Decorative (no entrances) bird houses on garage wall ähnliche tolle Projekte und Ideen wie im Bild vorgestellt findest du auch in unserem Magazin . Wir freuen uns auf deinen Besuch. Liebe Grüß

Decorative (no entrances) bird houses on garage wall ähnliche tolle Projekte und Ideen wie im Bild vorgestellt findest du auch in unserem Magazin . Wir freuen uns auf deinen Besuch. Liebe Grüß

shade garden with hosta, fern, lady's mantle, boxwood, wild ginger and more...:

shade garden with hosta, fern, lady's mantle, boxwood, wild ginger and more...:

Rodgersia - A large, tropical looking plant that comes back year after year down to zone 5. Three to six feet high and wide, they love shade to part sun, lots of moisture and protection from wind and afternoon sun. This makes a dramatic statement in any bed! I am disappointed that this plant won't work in my zone 4 garden.

Rodgersia - A large, tropical looking plant that comes back year after year down to zone 5. Three to six feet high and wide, they love shade to part sun, lots of moisture and protection from wind and afternoon sun. This makes a dramatic statement in any bed! I am disappointed that this plant won't work in my zone 4 garden.

Well, I have all these plants.... They just aren't in the same order. :) Well actually, they're in disorder.

Well, I have all these plants.... They just aren't in the same order. :) Well actually, they're in disorder.

Meadow Rue - Thalictrum. Works well in shade as well as sun. The fine, airy foliage and flowers work well in a woodland garden setting.

Meadow Rue - Thalictrum. Works well in shade as well as sun. The fine, airy foliage and flowers work well in a woodland garden setting.

Bottlebrush buckeye: This large shrub has several factors in its favor; it blooms during the dog days of summer (August) with huge spires of white flowers similar to those of an oakleaf hydrangea, attracts butterflies, has good fall color and, unlike hydrangeas, is deer-resistant.

Bottlebrush buckeye: This large shrub has several factors in its favor; it blooms during the dog days of summer (August) with huge spires of white flowers similar to those of an oakleaf hydrangea, attracts butterflies, has good fall color and, unlike hydrangeas, is deer-resistant.