foundation planting

foundation planting

Plants massed close to the foundation of a structure.
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We have a beautiful oakleaf hydrangea as a foundation planting, but its overtaking the yard.
Grapevine certification programs are based on the premise that the foundation planting stocks propagated by nursery growers have been tested and shown to be free of pathogens of concern to the industry.
For foundation planting next to your house, blue holly hybrids (Ilex x meserveae) are easily pruned and are hardy in Zones 5 to 8.
Combine shrubs with perennials against your home to transform a foundation planting into a mixed border.
At the Studio City Library, in addition to New Zealand flax, mounds of blue fescue grass (Festuca ovina glauca) provide perpetual foliar color at the front corner of the foundation planting.
Dwarf evergreens, used in foundation planting, also suffer but windbreaks made from slatted fencing and held in place by steel posts will protect them.
The best cultivars for foundation planting are medium in height (60-90 cm / 24-35 in) and have very good repeat bloom.
Even though modern houses often have no exposed foundations, the foundation planting still is used; however its functions have been broadened.
Symmetrical structures will require each side of the foundation planting to be identical.
There are three basic types of post-construction BMPs: structural control BMPs; source control BMPS; and treatment control BMPs, which include vegetated swales, detention basins, infiltration trenches, wet ponds, constructed wetlands, catch-basin inserts, storm drain inserts, dry wells, cisterns, and foundation planting.
Foundation planting stock can be obtained from either source for research purposes.
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