51,155 Native Plant Garden Home Design Photos

Paul English Landscaping
LED Outdoor Lighting
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its cool and has plants. hi emily houck
Deck. Build planters around deck. Fill the wall of the planters(mine are deep) with moss and climbing plants.
Like this edging around the garden so there is seating all the way round
seating or planting along back of deck, lovely deep red colour
Mix of materials....wood, plants, trees, shrubs grass, lighting
Again the look allows the plants to come they
“bench/wall” — prismasters
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Andrew Whyte Landscape Design
Glen Iris Project
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Costs vary enormously and depend on what you want to do I.e. paint fence; build walls; plant; features; etc. The water feature comes from Water Features Direct and they can cost you for this which is around the $2000 area.
Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think
Taller planting Japanese Maple; prominent water feature, shorter plants could be shrubs and grasses.
Half brick and soil to plant
Coral Bark Japanese Maple, a Winter Standout Photo 4 of 5 Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy to USDA zone 5 and above. Grow them against a fence to protect
Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy to USDA zone 5 and above. Grow them against a fence to protect them from wind or near a house on a south-facing wall if your winters are long and cold. Provide well-drained soil and lots of water as
“Water feature” — E & A Investments
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Montlake
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the same time, it recognizes that the way a house was built in 1926 is not for the way we live today. Architectural pop-outs serve as window seats or garden windows. The living room and dinning room have been opened up to create a larger, more flexible space for living and entertaining. The ceiling in the
I like the entrance from the garden!
The window looks I to the tree. And the plants
This is a really interesting twist on the traditional bay window. It's called a "garden window" because, as you can tell, it pops out of the side of the house and straight into the garden. It's a charming way to add a bay window to a cottage house. I like it!
“Small addition” — amazinggardens
Simbiosi
1 Review
Castelldefels - Dàlia
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The purple flowers are Hebe x franciscana. This Hebe, native to New Zealand, is an attractive and versatile shrub that tolerates a variety of soils just as long as they are not to wet.
Franciscana, native to New Zealand
planting around pool
succulent plants...tropical plants...Pool garden...red plants...planting rows
“Purple flowers are Hebe x Franciscana, native to New Zealand” — Shelly Morris
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Whisper Rock Residence
Ideabooks1,494
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Plant near front center bottom go pic
plants, roof & house color
cactus garden around rocks
A path of native stone pavers with irregular edges leads you through an open courtyard and up to a low wall with square peekaboo windows and an antique door.
desert garden...Plants and pavers....Landscape plants....Great desert garden...desert plants
“Roches plates et concassées” — marie_lerouxxx
L3 Designs
8 Reviews
On Point
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focal point pot in a flower garden
Like this idea with pot and small plants
use of hedge and potted plant feature
large vase with plants in yard
Pot and surrounding plants
Planter and plants...like pot and plants...garden urn...Garden effect...pot in garden...Container Garden
“stone on house” — xxnikaletxx
AHBL
Brighton Beach Estate
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how do you keep the dirt from washing down the hill. I love this so much and have a small slope on a small hill that I have planted but the dirt washed down even with some rocks placed here and there?
This isn't one of my favorites but I like the rock/plant blend.
Love the terraced planting.
Planting with rocks...Slope garden...Garden back
“Love the overall look” — kaskorupa
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Russian Hill Roof Deck - Outdoor Dining & Lounging
Ideabooks5,667
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Backyard fencing for puppies with raised garden - kills two
Planting notes. Euphorbia needs well-drained soil and full sun to partial shade to thrive. Be sure
Incorporation of relaxation/table area and plants. The size is comparable to my roof.
Euphorbia is also a great container plant. See how attractive pairing multiple species is on this roof terrace. Planting notes. Euphorbia needs well-drained soil and full sun to partial shade to thrive. Be sure to trim back stems after flowers fade, as new growth will already be pushing out and raring
“If not succulents, herbs?! Even if just along one side to manage budget.” — domogilvie
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