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Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Distinctive Gardens
Ideabooks7,333
Questions4
I don't care what the HOA says, I planting them.
Are the dogwoods planted in full sun?
The Cornus kousa planted on this property are indeed planted in full sun and are doing very well. Thanks for the question!
Add a simple entry fence and plantings to frame the view and create a focal point
providing a brilliant raspberry-pink contrast. Then I sneezed. Tell us: What’s your trick for keeping pollen out of the house?More:Clear the Air: A Guide to Indoor Air Purifiers18 Ways to Allergy-Proof Your Home
“Cornus” — magaho
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Lagoon Residence @ Belvedere
Ideabooks28,945
Questions7
How to conceal home air conditioner by cozy, stone patio
Ideas how to conceal home air conditioner by small, stone patio. Thanks.
benches and a low coffee table with a huge surface for plants, wineglasses or even dinner plates. And the low-maintenance flooring is suitable for keeping the table and chair legs stable. • Finally, what really makes this space luxurious is the planting plan. Textures are lush and varied. The foliage billows
love the intimacy of the planting
Looks relaxing. Love the natural feel from the plants.
Beautiful courtyard Plants in small space Shelter
benches and a low coffee table with a huge surface for plants, wineglasses or even dinner plates. And the low-maintenance flooring is suitable for keeping the table and chair legs stable.• Finally, what really makes this space luxurious is the planting plan. Textures are lush and varied. The foliage billows
“like steel arbor” — smithfieldhome
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks1,054
Questions3
what is the reddish spiky plant?
does anyone recognize the reddish spiky plant in this photo?
'The House Plant Expert' by Dr. D G Hessayon, 'Ti trees are grown by planting pieces of mature cane cut from Dracaena, Cordyline or Yucca.' It sounds like the plant you bought is a Cordyline Terminalis Tricolor and the book says common names for C. Terminalis are Good Luck plant, Ti plant, Red Dracaena
The orange flowers are Arctotis 'Flame', a hybrid of the African Daisy. it is a great plant, gray green leaves, low growing and blooming early spring thru later summer, especially if dead headed a few times during it's bloom period.
Very nice red flowers! The spiky plants are so called "fortune plants".
The bright red flowers with the pineapple plant to blend
“Gerbier daisies” — usaelah1
The Arrow Shop, Ltd.
Glencoe Garden
Ideabooks1,244
Questions1
a blessing can also be a burden, as the vigorous growth of the plant can overpower surrounding plantings. Plant it alongside grasses or other dominant plants that can keep Russian sage in check without your constant management.
Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture, or opt for a naturalistic mixed perennial planting. Russian sage is a butterfly attractor; cluster other butterfly attractors for a bigger garden show. Russian sage thrives where many other plants fail; but a
i like how the path winds and the plantings also help to obscure the view at the top. this creates interest and draws you in
Plant it alongside lavenders or salvias for subtle contrast in color and texture, or opt for a naturalistic mixed perennial planting. Russian sage is a butterfly attractor; cluster other butterfly attractors for a bigger
“border edging - height, raised slightly, but not too much” — clarkslakey
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Cornwall
Ideabooks883
Questions2
plants called yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema Sunset Gold.
Garden - simple and bold planting (and low). Monochromatic plants, incl yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema
yellow plants-kangaroo paws and Coleonema 'Sunset Gold'
I like the blue, as well as the lime green plants
Try keeping the planting simple and bold. Monochromatic plants, including yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema ‘Sunset
Color. Two styles of architecture on one lot? Try keeping the planting simple and bold. Monochromatic plants, including yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema ‘Sunset Gold’, hold this outdoor space together and stand up to the eclectic architecture.
“Sunset Gold” — Gary Smith
gytis
Garden design
Ideabooks1,522
Questions1
What are these plants. Thank you.
Geometric planting pattern in landscape architecture
Interesting way to plant a vineyard
to have my Blueberry bushes planted
The plants create a grip pattern.
East side of house - for fruit plants/trees
Nice ideas for orchard planting
Nice focus on plants!
mass planting-cool!!!!
Way the plants are framed
Orchard like planting
Sculptural quality with planting detail
Interesting planting
orchard planting boxes
nice plants...Plant composition...the plant boxes
“raspberry bushes” — sundayline
BRADANINI & ASSOCIATES
4 Reviews
BAY AREA HILLSIDE GARDEN
Ideabooks498
Questions0
SUCCULENTS IN POTS & MEDITERRANEAN PLANTINGS
Great combination of drought tolerant plants
I like the height of these plants.
Low main. Plants for hill side
plant colors, blooms
Kangaroo paw with this plant
Love the combination of plants
Plants for front yard
Like the red plants...ALL the plants...Plant in foreground...Century-like plant...Spiky plants...These are my plants...desert plants...Plant selection....The yellow plant...planting area...spiky plants
“d” — liamuveregi
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
Ideabooks8,687
Questions2
The very first plant at the "V" beginning of the path on the right looks like a perennial Lamb's Ear. The plant behind it with lavender flowers spreading out is Cat Mint. Under the first window looks like Russian Sage. On the left side the first few plants I'm unable to see clearly. But
Could you list the plants/herbs/flowers in this garden?
yard should feel like ... cut out wide swath's of patio and plant beds to soften?
dense plants, differnt heights, lots of color and texture
Plant it all? Just leave the path
the foreground), herbs and squash (adjacent to the house) planted here and there alongside scented flowers and ornamentals.
Clean up your spring and summer garden. That way you'll make room for your cooler-weather plants. • Remove any plant that is dead, including spring and summer annuals, like petunias
“dense plants, differnt heights, lots of color and texture” — danielitabell
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