Grace Design Associates

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jo_katon
Jo Katon added this to Jo's ideas2 July 2020

This is way too busy and wild. Not peaceful.

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Tami added this to Smith Backyard22 April 2020

IF we use the flagstone for the walkway by the shed, I like this ground cover and overgrown look for the plants on either side

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Lucy Last added this to Backyard18 April 2020

cute and rugged. looks beautiful and welcoming but easy to manage

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gunde2 added this to garden2 April 2020

‘Sally Holmes’ Rose (Rosa ‘Sally Holmes’) Loved by: Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates in Santa Barbara, California Why this rose: “It looks like a wild rose — five petals and a burst of stamens,” Grace says, adding that it has an “old-timey” and “unpretentious” look. Special features: “The buds are a lovely pale pink,” with the petals turning white as they age, Grace says. The rose hips, which form after the flowers, also are decorative. This climbing shrub is also known for its subtle spicy scent. Gabriela Yariv Landscape Design Growing tips: Grace doesn’t offer any specific tips for growing ‘Sally Holmes’, stating that “it’s tough and unfussy.” Where it will grow: Hardy to minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 26.1 degrees Celsius (zones 5 to 9) Water requirement: Medium Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: Climbs to 15 feet; can be trained as a shrub

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darlarehmer added this to Roses1 April 2020

‘Sally Holmes’ Rose (Rosa ‘Sally Holmes’) Loved by: Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates in Santa Barbara, California Why this rose: “It looks like a wild rose — five petals and a burst of stamens,” Grace says, adding that it has an “old-timey” and “unpretentious” look. Special features: “The buds are a lovely pale pink,” with the petals turning white as they age, Grace says. The rose hips, which form after the flowers, also are decorative. This climbing shrub is also known for its subtle spicy scent. Growing tips: Grace doesn’t offer any specific tips for growing ‘Sally Holmes’, stating that “it’s tough and unfussy.” Where it will grow: Hardy to minus 15 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 26.1 degrees Celsius (zones 5 to 9) Water requirement: Medium Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: Climbs to 15 feet; can be trained as a shrub