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Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
Ideabooks6,076
Questions6
What is the plant in the upper left corner? It is lovely!
thanks amy! it was an easy addition that made keeping my plants pretty and out of the way!
Mini pallet, bois, couleur, étagère de plantes
Plant/ collection of wood sticks from the top as decor
Shelf with hanging plant.
plants on shelf...indoor plants...potted plants
“wood look” — catman666
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Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks2,849
Questions6
Photo Credit Don Murray Boring front lawn becomes a riot of color with low-maintenance xeric flower beds and flagstone; plants obtained through Resource 2000 "Garden in a box" program.
The plantings look nice. The lights are kind of cool too, if you need them.
great use of hardscape and plants. No grass!
Outdoor lighting at front, highlighting coolnumber and plants?
Awesome light fixtures. Good use of wood chips on uneven surface. Plants.
Integrate plants directly into the hardscape. Here the designer has both embraced and softened the hardscape by introducing a ground cover directly into the joints of the sidewalk. Notice how the appropriate use of this unexpected technique pulls the eye toward the house and creates an oasis in the midst
“Lights” — swharton1916
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
Ideabooks1,712
Questions0
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
architectural design and Rob Hill - Hill's landscapes and Don edge general contractor. koi pond in front yard with floating steppers, bluestone and beach plantings
nice but filter plants seem to be difficult to access?
I love the colors here of the fish algae and plants. The space feels alive and lush. I imagine the fountains add a nice sound as well..
like the plants filteirngthe water and being seperate...too much moving water for the poor lily in the center
“The plants are not overwhelming” — relajada43
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Country French Estate
Ideabooks1,161
Questions3
What type of tree is this? And is it actually two trees planted closely together?
raised with different kinds of plants
Edge planting...Plant arrangement...courtyard plants...Plants around tree
“plants” — unjcaddell
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Luxury Estate Property
Ideabooks9,095
Questions4
Can you please tell me the names of the pretty plants growing in the water?
What is the name of the plants in the pond. I have a koi pond and would love to see these int them
the pond looks beautiful can you please tell the names of the plants growing there
cool idea to maybe plant a big tree like at 2509 in the courtyard after the step down (or dig a square cut out
“fish pond” — rellore
Garden
Ideabooks587
Questions0
Like tall and short scrappy plants
Sample plant for back garden
something more structural, such as these curvaceous planters, helps to create interest in a small-scale garden, where there is limited room for lush planting.
The plants...Plant box...plant container...The plants boxes...Garden planting...Plant beds
“Shaped planters” — jmedv
Identity Construction
5 Reviews
spagat front
Ideabooks2,739
Questions3
The plants, the walkway the whole entrance look.
Cactus in mass planting
great entry. urns and plants
desert plants...pot plants
“Entry” — bcyeager
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
3 Reviews
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
Ideabooks3,075
Questions2
Plant trees and shrubs. Beginning in September and moving into October and November is the preferred time to plant all trees and shrubs. Just like perennials, trees and shrubs that are planted in the fall will have the winter months to establish a
a deep root system. Their spring growth and drought resistance will be much better than if you plant them in the warmer months.
abound in early to mid spring. Plant flowering fruit trees in tandem with Eastern redbuds and flowering almond bushes for a symphony of pink before summer.
Plant trees and shrubs. Beginning in September and moving into October and November is the preferred time to plant all trees and shrubs. Just like
like perennials, trees and shrubs that are planted in the fall will have the winter months to establish a deep root system. Their spring growth and drought resistance will be much better than if you plant them in the warmer months. Consider trees like Shumard red oak (Quercus shumardii) and crape myrtle
“Japanese Cherry Plum Tree” — courtneyroth
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