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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks10,425
Questions4
What greenery did you plant between the pavers?
I am starting a gardening blog and would like to use some of your beautiful images - such as this one. May I have permission to use your
the plantings soften the stone edges and introduce an organic feel
Elfin thyme with pavers and garden in back
i love the ground cover they planted in the cracks
an attitude of living in the garden, of cherishing plants, of combining art and horticulture, and of expressing one's highly personal style. Next: How to work with spontaneity for an abundant garden
about the vocabulary of this garden. There's an obvious grid-style pattern formed by the concrete pavers, comprising a simple geometric installation that gives this garden its intentional structure. The foliage and flower colors reinforce the modern, graphic message of this garden's design.Abundance is an
“elfin thyme between pavers - love it” — kristenpking
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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KellyBaron
3 Reviews
French Country Estate New Construction
Ideabooks5,132
Questions2
How long did it take for the planting to reach this stage?
design to provide a spot in which to sit and admire the garden.
Artful garden path with mixed plantings - good for back yard - LOOK
included in the design to provide a spot in which to sit and admire the garden.
providing a spot in which to sit and admire the planting.
9. Squeeze in a seat. A cultivated sloping garden like this one is not best suited to entertaining or playing, but it is perfect for sitting and relaxing. The steep slope here has been walled to create beds; a horizontal slice of lawn, just
Squeeze in a seatA cultivated sloping garden like this one is not best suited to entertaining or playing, but it is perfect for sitting and relaxing. The steep slope here has been walled to create beds, but a horizontal slither of lawn, just big enough for a bench, has been included in the design, providing
“Hill side ideas. Hammock??” — sczeltner
Francisco Fernandez/Aurora Palomar
Cuernavaca
Ideabooks4,744
Questions1
What is the name of the "long leafed variegated" plant?
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.
Plants for garden hoe to place them
of which are tropical plants. It has an instant cooling/relaxing effect on the surrounding.
The tropical plantings around the waterfall
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.
“water feature” — Ian Wendler
Philip Nimmo Design
Luxe West Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks4,719
Questions4
The hedge around the perimeter is most likely a ficus nitida and the box shrub is boxwood. If you need help with landscape plants just let me know.
Formal rose garden with boxwood, fountain/birdbath in center
Any garden has my name all over it. Now, let's find a green house
This formal-style topiary garden is stunningly enclosed with green walls and overlooking trees. The combination of stone and lush topiary hedges is always a successful one.
“Garden” — MIKARRASCO
Mosaic Gardens
2 Reviews
Suncatcher
Ideabooks995
Questions1
soft, pastel planting along a driveway draws influence from cottage gardens, although its plant palette was driven largely by voracious deer. This garden was featured in the March/April 2013 issue of Fine Gardening and pictured in the May 2012 issue of Sunset. See more photos of this garden at our website
website, mosaic-gardens.com. photo: Buell Steelman, Mosaic Gardens
Plantings, especially creeping along the edge of the drive
Like this idea for my front garden.
I like the colors textures and plants
“plants and steppness” — karenboch
Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks1,831
Questions4
What is the blue/grey plant used as the ground cover in the garden?
is it the plant in the centre of this garden bed you are referring to?
Smart paving and plants for our driveway
The mix of greys and green plants together
A cosy garden seat with cover
with the intention that parties, games and other social events could take place here. Photography by Peter Brennan. Next: 9 Cooling Rooftop Gardens Garden Inspiration From New York's High Line
“tiles” — liv1491
Boor Bridges Architecture
Garden Outdoor Bathroom
Ideabooks4,042
Questions2
I would like to know the name of the plants! I love the shape!
Small plants doesn't mean small impact. Vertical gardening as art
bath is superb , hanging plants and floor plants , and the
harmony of colours - also adore the succulent wall garden
floor tile, grey squared off tub, wall garden
cool wall plant thing
Bathroom, indoor plants
Like the hanging garden
Wonderful outdoor bath, tile, plants
Garden Outdoor Bathroom
Vertical Garden DIY Panel
Vertical garden...plants are nice...plants on the floor...Wall garden...Wall plants...DIY vertical garden...vertical garden...Flora GrubbGardens
“Plants” — charlenelangridge
Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Urban Retreat
Ideabooks4,225
Questions3
What are the plants on the right side of the pavers (green, varigated with long stem sticking up). Beautiful job!
The concrete pavers were custom poured in place in order to make the pattern work for the space. If I had to guess, I'd say approx 30" x 30". The plants you are referring to are Heuchera's. Thanks for stopping by and the kind comments!
path-like large pavers in a cozy plant space
Soften your hardscape. Most gardens needs some hardscape; it makes the space inviting and functional. Sensitivity to the environment may dictate a philosophy that less is more. Existing concrete may be scored and partially removed to interplant for a softer effect. If concrete is your substrate of choice
choice for a new space, consider poured-in-place pavers like the ones shown here. In this garden the poured concrete pavers interplanted with miniature brass buttons (Leptinella gruveri, zones 7 to 9, find your zone) establish early on that there is a thoughtful coexistence between man and nature.
“30X30” — houzzsanzbrit
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