Getty Center Gardeners are to be commended for creating a gardener garden rather than a landscape. Landscapes are characterized by a few plant species, design considerations are often based on economics. Many years of low maintenance will allow them to grow and thrive without having to worry too much about their care.
In fact, a heavy maintenance garden has been set up on Getty, which is entirely made up of Katie and her successors. It is primarily interesting for the sculptural features and contrasts of the specimens, sizes, shapes, and colors, rather than the visual stimuli they see.
Getty’s central garden, on the other hand, is a cornucopia that attracts the attention of the old plant man no less than the neophyte gardener. However, the lesson learned from the large circular crop surrounding the snake Azalia Maz is that a single plant – in this case a dahlia – can provide a calming effect even though there are many species on display. When pushing round plants, repeated conflicts with giant dahlias — whether red, yellow, purple, or pink — create a sense of calm and order in the wild, in the wild.
Dahlias is one of the most beautiful summer flowers. Available in a variety of sizes. Dahlius grows from pumpkins, to last more than a year, must be harvested and covered with sand, dust, sand or soil. Store in a cool, dry place in a cool, dry place like a garage during the winter before replanting next spring. If you want a real garden shed, consider planting a dahlias. Trees grow up to 20 feet tall. They may die to their roots in winter (if not, reduce to six inches) but should not be raised as small relatives and grow again next spring. The Bell Tree Dahlia (Dahlia Imperialis) blooms in Lander-Rose, six inches in diameter from anniesannuals.com.
Speaking of giants, I recently learned that a lady in Bankston, Arizona, may have become the world’s largest arborio rose. A.D. During the six-week flowering season of the cut tree in 1885, it produces thousands of roses each spring. Lady Banks Roses are widely available in white or yellow. If you want to inherit plants for your descendants, this may be the case.
In the garden of Gethsemane, I saw two vines in the middle of their garden genre. One is purple-winged or butterfly grapes (Dalechampia Aristolochiphilia). The most common trait is shared by a member of the Euphrates family with poinsettia. Large purple bristles, as large as the leaves, are equal in color or color or reddish-pink bristles. Unlike Poseidah, the butterfly bears more fruit throughout the year than in summer and autumn. It can handle soil in the dry season, but regular watering is recommended to keep the cover moist. You can order purple wings from any orphanage offered by San Marcos growers (smgrowers.com).
Fragrant Wine (Mina Lobata) is another unique outlet in the Getty Center Garden. Well-arranged tube flowers glow in yellow, orange, and red. Although the annual, flame vine grows to a height of 10 feet[10 m]during the growing season. Where soil is rich and flows rapidly, it sows itself and enjoys repeated flowering experience year after year.
The sea urchin is one of the largest annual plants in Gethsemane. It has a unique appearance and can be grown anywhere in Southern California. Violet-blue protozoa are surrounded by thorny but really soft, pushed, flower parts. Because their beauty lies beyond the walls of the garden, sea urchins can stay in cut flower arrangements for months. Seaweed is cool, drought tolerant and suitable for both dry gardens and as a container subject. It is related to dill, dill, and cilantro and attracts beneficial insects such as bees and floating flies. Butterflies flock to it, but deer stay away.
Throatwort (Trachelium caeruleum) is a star player in Getty Garden. Originally from southwestern Europe, it has the Mediterranean characteristics that make it possible to grow in southern California, as is generally the case with Mediterranean plants. Its name is derived from trachelos, the Greek word for neck, because of its effectiveness in curing colds. Throat flowers are produced in abundant spray for several months. This is a plant to look at, since the flowers are never. Instead of shouting, they whispered.
The majestic garden, with its simple and fragrant throat pole, was completely out of business for no apparent reason. Due to the Lovander blossoms and the long flowering period, it really deserves widespread recognition and use. It grows to a height of no more than three feet, is cold, and is cut in winter and returns safely in the spring. Throatwort is also a popular cut flower selection. The colors include many shades of blue, as well as purple, pink, red, and white. Eventually it grows well in containers and the flowers are ideal for cut flower arrangements.
If you want to bring a curious but very beautiful creature to your garden, consider Cuphea llaeva, a large plant that can be seen in the garden of Gethsemane. The bat’s face has a unique resemblance, although there are colors — ears are red and heads are purple — for familiar flying creatures.
You may think that the Nile flower (Agapnathus spp.) Has blue or white flowers. But Twister now has a violet-blue base that transforms into white trumpets on Getty. During all these years, Agapantus became accustomed to the color, and it was a shock to the system.
A landscape touch – and it is good – There is a row of crepe myrtle trees planted in a community of ghetto gardeners, the cream purple is a rosette that we see on Crepe Myrtle. With no signs of discomfort, the garlic of the community grows to the trunks of Crepe Myrtle.
There is nothing like ice-blue yellow-wood (Podocarpus Ilonatas Var. Momal) to cool you down on a hot afternoon. I saw their collection last week at Beverly Hills Park in Santa Monica Bulevard. This blue-leafed podokarpus is much more obscure than the typical green-leafed species and grows to a height of only 15-25 feet[8-25 m]with columnar growth.
Suggestion – Have an open garden with gardeners to ask gardeners about their names, cultural standards, and where to find them.
The Getty Center is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Mondays. Tickets to the museum and the garden are free but must be booked in advance. Parking is $ 20.
Tip of the week: If you are an avid fan of growing food at home, the book “Hydroponics” (Cool Springs Press, 2021) is for you. Author Tyler Barras has developed hydroponic systems for the kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom and bathroom. Even though you live in a small apartment where sunlight passes through, you can still grow hydroponically because of the artificial lighting options. Install drinking cups on a window sill. Buy a bar cart as a portable hydroponics system, convert it into an armory; Build a hydroponic wall in your living room. Videos of the author’s promotion to hydroponics are available at farmertyler.com.
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