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gravel bordered by brick and mulch plantings
Woodpile, wall with no windows, plantings, bench, contrasting siding, gravel, siding texture
home with a crisp black and white paint job, a gravel courtyard, and neatly trimmed hedges. Working with a small space or city lot? A few stately urns planted with fresh herbs, a bit of pea gravel, a simple wooden bench, and dwarf fruit trees in pots would be a great start.
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Would you be able to tell me what the larged leafe plant is called to the right of the urn down the back. I was wanting to see if they would suit being in a large pot as a feature plant. Thanks
anyone know what the cool spikey plants names are???
What are the thinner spikey plants as the border?
What's the name of the plant next to the deck hair? (There are 2 side by side)
is there a plant similar to this that doesn't flower?
Paving/concrete style with darker textural pot and tropical plants
I Ike the (large) scale of the plantings
Awesome plant for back yard or slope; Vriesea imperalis
Giant plants, fabric colour goes great w/pots
type of planting around house, including front gate house
LOVE ALL THE PLANTS WITH BIG LEAVES !!! LOVE THE VIBE!
Michelle Jacoby, Changing Spaces
Cape Cod renovation
These urns were purchased in two different colors and painted to use as a pair. The ferns used are called Kimberley Queen and they stand more upright and have a stronger leaf structure than a Boston fern.
Are the plants real? If so could you tell me what they are?
and what is the overall height of the arrangement in the urns? Also, where did might I find these
these urns at this time of the year (Fall)? Thank you!
These urns I purchased in the early spring at Homegoods....they were two different colors so I painted them black as they were the exact size and shape .....not sure of the exact height but I bought then for 29.00 each...I know Ballard Design
Oh my goodness, YES these plant containers are real!!!! I unused Kimberley Queen ferns and large leafed ivy.......a beautiful combination.
Info on the urn please. Love it. Garden is just beautiful!
what are the plants in the urn?
love the path and the urn with the purple ground cover
turn under cedar tree area something like this, mulch and plants so no mowing.
urn with plantings in middle of garden
urn arrangement, arbor & colors
outdoor potted plant
FLOWER IN URN...center urn...plante dans urne...urn with plants...plants in planter...the potted plant...planter plants...outdoor urn
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couldn't tell you, we only addressed the landscape portion of this project 5-6 years ago, which was the raised masonry patio, outdoor grill, plantings, decorative urns, etc. Before Houzz was around, we never kept records of all these unrelated items of our work or the sites we worked on, so I am very sorry
Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
stone table for raising plants. Could be made with a base and a square cut stone. Base needs to be sturdy enough to hold the weight
Could put a large paver on an interesting object for a plant stand.
an otherwise ordinary object. Note where your gaze rests as you view the garden. Emphasize the importance of that perspective by displaying an urn, a planted vessel or a small sculpture on a garden table or pedestal. The placement of a table with an elegant base gives this garden niche a heightened feeling
Morgante Wilson Architects
palms in urn in foyer
Bench, plants in each side
urn & plant
plant and bench...Plants Nice table...Floor and plants...Plants and urns
Banyon Tree Design Studio
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
I'm sorry, the clients chose the paint color on the house. it is a dark chocolate grey and the plants look great with the house color backdrop.
containers, approximately 14/16 inches diameter, made my flower arrangement and inserted one in each pot. With the lava rock on the bottom and the plants on the top I feel confident now that they will not tip over and break.
Simplicity. Gives some privacy before plants fill in.
privacy screen, can hang plants or artwork
Screen instead of plants to separate areas
In this entry garden, vertical lattice paneling is aligned on center with the axis of the pathway and frames a tall, elegant, planted urn. Together, the screening and the container help protect the interior seating area from view, although you can catch just enough of a hint of what's inside to explore