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Sea Side Gardens

  1. 1. SEASIDEGARDENS A NATURAL APPROACH FORBEAUTIFICATION
  2. 2. A ROCKY COAST
  3. 3. A NATURALIZED PLANTINGSCREENS SEA WALL AND FENCE
  4. 4. COASTAL PLANTS ON WEST ISLAND
  5. 5. “THE SEA IS THE PRINCIPLE PART OF THE DESIGN.”
  6. 6. LEAVES OF ADROUGHT ANDWIND TOLERANTPLANT
  7. 7. A HARDY COASTAL PERENNIAL
  8. 8. A COTTAGE GARDEN
  9. 9. MICRO CLIMATES FOR DIVERSITY
  10. 10. INTRODUCING RED CEDARS
  11. 11. AMENDING THE SOIL
  12. 12. COASTAL PLANTSBROUGHT INTO THE LANDSCAPE
  13. 13. MASSING =DRAMA
  14. 14. COURTYARD PROTECTION
  15. 15. NATIVE COASTAL TREES AMELANCHIAR CANADENSIS AND LAEVIS 15-25’ SPRING BLOOM CORNUS ALTERNIFOLIA PAGODA DOGWOOD 15-20’
  16. 16. NATIVE COASTAL SHRUBS PHYSOCARPUS OPULIFOLIUS NINEBARK 6-10’ BLOOMS LATE SPRING LINDERA BENZOIN EARLY SPRING BLOOM SPICEBUSH UP TO 12’ ROSA VIRGINIANA 4-6’ IN SANDY SOIL
  17. 17. NATIVE COASTAL PERENNIALS ASCLEPIAS TUBEROSA BUTTERFLY WEED HIBISCUS MOSCHEUTOS ROSE MALLOW NEW ENGLAND ASTER
  18. 18. NATIVE COASTAL GRASSES CAREX STRICTA PANICUM VIRGATUM ERAGROSTIS SPECTABILIS PURPLE LOVEGRASS
  19. 19. RESOURCES• www.uri.edu/cels/ceoc/coastalPlants/CoastalPlantGuide.htm• www.hort.uconn.edu/plants/• www.grownativemass.org/• www.riwps.org/nativeplantlibrary.htm• www.ct-botanical-society.org• Foley, Daniel J., Gardening by the Sea, Chilton Book Co., 1965.• Backus, Dick, Botany of Penikese Island, Botanical Club of Cape Cod and the Islands,1999.• mrapoza@foxrunlandscapes.com LONICERA SEMPERVIRENS TRUMPET HONEYSUCKLE

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