10,006 California Native Plants Home Design Photos

ZH Design
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Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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allowing plantings to take over and soften its hardness, much as if a stacked stone wall would be overran in an abandoned woodland. We placed found rocks, stumps, and fallen, decaying logs charactered with moss and native seedlings to accent the plantings as focal points and delicate touches. We configured
ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin strip of bed to its right and a larger space to its left, in which a stone wall was built around to provide more intimacy walking along the entrance walkway. The wall was deliberately made to have aged
each planted with an assortment of different species. The soil, especially around the walkway, was shaped to have small undulations to mimic the imperfections of the forest floor. Photos taken by Laura Kicey.
“Stone” — jalbert10
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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ZH Design
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Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden
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allowing plantings to take over and soften its hardness, much as if a stacked stone wall would be overran in an abandoned woodland. We placed found rocks, stumps, and fallen, decaying logs charactered with moss and native seedlings to accent the plantings as focal points and delicate touches. We configured
ephemerals and plants for textural intrigue. A wide brick walkway separates the rectangular space into a thin strip of bed to its right and a larger space to its left, in which a stone wall was built around to provide more intimacy walking along the entrance walkway. The wall was deliberately made to have aged
each planted with an assortment of different species. The soil, especially around the walkway, was shaped to have small undulations to mimic the imperfections of the forest floor. Photos taken by Laura Kicey.
“Woodland Twist to A Front Entrance Garden The inspiration for this garden arose from the needs of th” — Marianne Green
Rick O'Donnell Architect
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partial front elevation
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mass planting
Beautiful front landscape with natives
like native landscaping
Plants in front...Foundation planting...Mounded plantings...Like plants
“Sloping beds” — ahrynyk
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
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existing plantings. Trees can provide the basic outline for the boardwalk and provide a ceiling for visitors strolling along the path.
Blend of Japanese touch to native western native garden
This plant can be very invasive, no matter what kind of planter you have around the roots.
If possible, design the boardwalk around the existing plantings. Trees can provide the basic outline for the boardwalk and provide a ceiling for visitors strolling
“pathway for north side” — Jeljer Visser
Hedge Landscape
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Colorful Front Plantings
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GARDEN #3 serviceberry tree How to use it. First, refer back to the plant's size when planning your landscape. A potential 15-foot spread requires some room down the line or a maintenance plan. If you choose, you can keep it pruned to minimize the spread, but in my opinion
Service berry potential spread 15 feet...native to this zone
serviceberry tree with colorful annuals planted underneath.
to the plant's size when planning your landscape. A potential 15-foot spread requires some room down the line or a maintenance plan. If you choose, you can keep it pruned to minimize the spread, but in my opinion, the natural form is one of its best attributes.
“Serviceberry” — jguff86
Le jardinet
Filoli
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Grand California Garden for tulip planting tips.
Tulip Planting Tips When to plant: Plant bulbs in fall before a frost. In the Pacific Northwest, we usually do this in October or early November. Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Average Soil: In the ground
Tulip Planting Tips When to plant: Plant bulbs in fall before a frost. In the Pacific Northwest, we usually do this in October or early November. Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Average Soil: In the ground tulips need well-drained soil that is loose and fertile. For containers choose
Tulip Planting TipsWhen to plant: Plant bulbs in fall before a frost. In the Pacific Northwest, we usually do this in October or early November.Light requirement: Full sunWater requirement: AverageSoil: In the ground tulips need well-drained soil that is loose and fertile. For containers choose a we
“Fleurs tulipes” — guylainebreniel
Houzz Photo
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Radishes. Radishes may be one of the easiest edibles to grow. With some popular varieties, you can start eating the tops (as you thin out your plantings) within two weeks and start harvesting in three weeks. You can plant successively
EASY TO PLANT Radishes. Radishes may be one of the easiest edibles to grow. With some popular varieties, you can start eating the tops (as you thin out your plantings) within two weeks and start harvesting in three weeks. You can plant successively from early spring until summer approaches, then start
When to plant: Start sowing regular radish seeds two to three weeks before the last frost in spring, and in late summer four to six weeks before the first fall frost. Continue sowing every two weeks or so in both spring
“Plant” — monifieth
Ark Gardens
Ark Gardens
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hedge of native Yucca filamentosa. He created patches of different plants including culinary herbs such as Golden Oregano, Thyme and French Tarragon (in foreground). You can also see native Beardtongue (Penstemon digitalis) blooming white near the landing stoop. This was a low budget garden and many of
these plants were salvaged from nurseries. Now they thrive. They just needed a home.
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