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plantings to fill in gap near stairs
How to use it. As an upright shrub, ‘Grace’ can be as a focal plant, border plant, or mixed in a bed. The structured yet open form of the shrub paired with its distinct foliage works nicely with other plants with cooler colors. “It pairs well with grasses, hostas, and perennial flowers,” says Port. In
Terrascapes Landscape Design
Front entrance landscape design
Like the plant sitting in ftont.
Lush, naturalistic plantings. Walls, walk and steps create inviting entry.
This is too many plants
color / texture of plantings
Plant boxes...nice plants...stone and plants...Garden planting...like the plants...Steps and plants...Variety of plants...natural planting...plant materials...raised planting
Country Club Drive
is the plant wisteria or is it climatis?? please
to have area in front to plant creepers
The planting hole for the vines, excellent
Could plant in pots to grow up posts on pergola
like the holes to plant plants
Space to plant along with
planting space...Planting part...contrast, planting...climbing plants...Plant cutouts...climbing plants....holes for plants
Huettl Landscape Architecture
What are the plants shown here? I love the combination.
Lavendar, blue oat grass and chartuese plant against
lavendar, blue fescue, (other green plant )
your lavender plants looking full and bushy is to shear them immediately after bloom.While you never want to cut into bare wood, by shearing off the spent flowers and about a half-inch of foliage, you encourage the plant to sprout new, more compact shoots. Shearing also keeps the plant evenly shaped
other blue-tone plants such as blue fescue, or contrast it with lime- or yellow-foliage evergreens.
Distinguishing traits. Golden breath of heaven is just as easily a bold or subtle garden accent. Its soft texture and low, spreading silhouette fill in planting gaps, complementing plants and gardens of
Francisco Fernandez/Aurora Palomar
What is the name of the "long leafed variegated" plant?
Types of plants for down east side of house
Love the plants and the water feature!!
For the space between the new terrace and long plantings
I like this for the hillside by the creek. It's like jungle plants.
This waterfall is set in a densely planted slope. The mass, depth and density of plants make the garden. The water is integrated beautifully and doesn’t feel like it just came out of a kit.
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
...BUT WITH NO DIRT = ONLY ROCK. AND FEWER PLANTS MORE SPACED OUT.
Planting only one thing in flower bed
Beautiful plants. Are they low maintainace?
propices à cet effet !Apportez de l’engrais à vos plantes deux mois avant les semis en lune descendante car celle-ci exerce une influence notable sur les végétaux. Pendant cette période la sève est moins mobile, elle reste donc dans la partie inférieure de la plante et non dans les tiges.
Plant natives: Outdoor landscaping doesn't have to be labor intensive. For a no-fuss landscape, use native grasses and xeriscaping for less water usage. Save time and water with a drip system connected to your home's runoff drainage system.
Denver Dirty Girls
What is the plant in the middle?
If you are asking about the plant to the left side of the pot, it is an Agave attenuata 'Variegata'.
The plant and The SHAPE off The case
decorate planted pots
Love the potted plants
Plants in the blue planter
Plants in the blue pot
Cascading plants over colorful pot
planter & plants...Potted plants...Planting greenery...Plants assortment...Agave plants...Pot plant
Suzman Design Associates
The plant is called Armeria maritima, common name is Sea Thrift
Sea drift the pink flowering plant
thrift (Armeria maritima) is a lovely salt-tolerant plant.
Sea thrift drought & sea plant
Sea thrift is the pink Pom Pom type of plant seen here and is ok for our zone
Thinking about using stones as well as plants.
Plants on edge of walkway with Dymondia
Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) is a lovely salt-tolerant plant for coastal North America. It grows in
Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) is a lovely salt-tolerant plant for coastal North America. It grows in USDA zones 4 to 8 and is very drought tolerant too.