608 Phormium Home Design Photos

CARL BALTON & ASSOCIATES
13 Reviews
Flax and Aeonium Procession
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Questions1
New Zealand Flax (Phormium Tenax-Dark Delight) underplanted with Aeonium canariensis
New Zealand Flax (Phormium Tenax-Dark Delight)
Aeonium canariensis and phormium
Bronze phormiums, aeonium.
“The succulent green with the purple grass. Beautiful contrast.” — Siobhan Holden
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Valley Vistas
Ideabooks5,335
Questions4
lavender, phormium, green shrubs
“like these windows” — all your environment
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks6,173
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Idea of Cerastrum ground cover along side yard - with dark Phormium or other dark plant contrast?
Phormium 'Dark Delight'
“Water feature” — hdwang
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
gardencrest
Ideabooks17,853
Questions11
Phormium and Aeonium
“Pretty assortment” — beeuty1st
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
Extreme Makeover in San Diego
Ideabooks4,583
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Mexican feather grass, Yellow kangaroo paw, Phormium 'Evening glow'
Phormium 'Evening glow'
“Bench” — mimandrade
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Guest house
Ideabooks750
Questions1
These are Mediterranean plantings and the garden is in Marin County, California. Echium fastuosum, Phormium varieties, Lavandula stoechas are in this photo.
Phormium 'Wings of Gold'
“Pride of Madeira” — carolemr
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,031
Questions3
borders of Phormiums or Cordylines” “Agave as focal point in succulent bed.”
Foxtail Agave in mixed planting borders of Phormiums or Cordylines
Foxtail Agave in mixed planting borders of Phormiums or Cordylines” “Agave as focal point in succulent bed.”” “Foxtail Agave in mixed planting borders” “Love this gentle Agave attenuata - no sharp
“Nice mix of low water plantings” — chelseahadley
Sandberg Design LLC
Remodel Sierra Madre
Ideabooks2,848
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(Arecaceae spp, zones 1 to 11), agaves (Agave spp, zones 5 to 11), yuccas (Yucca spp, zones 4 to 11) and large, strappy perennials, like New Zealand flax (Phormium spp, zones 7 to 11). When combining roses with more drought-tolerant choices, such as agaves and yuccas, be sure that both types of plants can exist
“bamboo and roses with white stucco wall” — kradochia
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