6,069 Snow Home Design Photos

Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
glory-of-the-snow, Chianodoxa gigantea
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glory-of-the-snow, Chianodoxa gigantea photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
are a problem in your area, consider:• daffodils (Narcissus)• glory-of-the-snow (Chionodoxa gigantea)• Spanish bluebells (Hyacinthoides hispanica ‘Excelsior’)•
Glory of the Snow flower-deer resistant...Glory-of-the-snow, Chianodoxa gigantea...Glory of the snow-nice!...Glory of the snow...glory-of-the-snow, Chianodoxa gigantea
“Zone 3 deer proof” — Kara
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
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Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Evergreen Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks459
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flower choices? good for zones with some snow?
These are all good choices for places with snow in this picture are Maynight Salvia, Lupine, Snow in Summer, Soapwort and Siberian Iris
These are all good choices for places with snow in this picture are Maynight Salvia, Lupine, Snow in Summer, Soapwort and Siberian Iris
Maynight Salvia, Lupine, Snow in Summer, Soapwort and Siberian Iris
“Backyard” — Gwen Oshiro
Giulietti Schouten Architects
15 Reviews
Leftwich Residence
Ideabooks15,898
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each year and occasional snow. This home is at a higher elevation so they would tend to get more snow than downtown Portland but snow accumulation is only
insulated to the energy standards in your area. If you have a great amount of snow, you may want a steeper roof slope and the glass canopies may want to be
these they kinds of overhangs Scott was thinking of? Will these just collect snow?
“everything!” — Laurel Kaufman
Morgante Wilson Architects
7 Reviews
Lake House Retreat
Ideabooks275
Questions5
Hi regarding the driveway. Is snow removal an issue, are the pavers p
as an option, but because snow removal was an issue, we opted to use the permeable grass pavers. If installed correctly, snow plowing should not be an issue
the use of the pavers for your house with your local paving installer and snow plow company to review any potential issues. Let us know if you have any
“Rock” — pavelkogalen
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
gardencrest
Ideabooks89
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Cerastium tomentosum (Snow-in-Summer), black beach pepples, natural concrete pavers, concrete sphere
love the "snow in summer" mass planting
Cerastium tomentosum snow in summer...snow-in-summer ground cover...Snow in summer...cerastium tomentosum" snow in summer...Snow in Summer Ground
“Cerastium tomentosum” — Eugene Chi
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Plant Combinations - Northern California Gardens
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foliage contrasts beautifully with the gray foliage and white flowers of Snow in Summer (Cerastium tomentosum). Both are very drought-tolerant and hardy
white flowers of Snow in Summer (Cerastium tomentosum)
against jackies garage and walk way Ameria martima and snow in summer
Sea Thrift and Snow in Summer for hillside
foliage contrasts beautifully with the gray foliage and white flowers of Snow in Summer (Cerastium tomentosum). Both are very drought-tolerant and hardy
sea thrift and snow in summer
“Cerastium tomentosum is drought tolerant.” — altadenaanne
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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coming to eat flower seed heads, while more is coming to escape a cold wind, snow or predators. Plus, winter gardens are so darn cool looking!
coming to eat flower seed heads, while more is coming to escape a cold wind, snow or predators
coming to eat flower seed heads, while more is coming to escape a cold wind, snow or predators. Plus, winter gardens are so darn cool looking!
“Look up more under this garden. Gorgeous, prairie look” — cutflowerlady
Ag-Trac Enterprises LC
11 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Landscape
Ideabooks1,143
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daylilies. (In colder climates, make sure your perennial choice can withstand snow shoveling and any salt treatment tossed on a walkway in winter.)
daylilies. (In colder climates, make sure your perennial choice can withstand snow shoveling and any salt treatment tossed on a walkway in winter.)
“Lovely planting” — janebj
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