618 acanthus Home Design Photos

Acanthus mollis, at the Getty Villa, CA
Acanthus mollis, at the Getty Villa, CA Photo credit: Dave Demers, principal at CYAN Horticulture
This is Acanthus 'Mollis'. Be warned that in warmer climates this plant may be difficult to eradicate (bits of roots left in the ground will sprout again).
bear's breeches- or acanthus mollis ones 7-10. has purple flower.
Acanthus 'Mollis... Put next to air conditioner
Acanthus mollis zone 7 go 11
"Bear's breeches" (acanthus mollis or acanthus hungaricus) thrives in zones 5 to 10 and spreads easily through rhizomes. Helps keep weeds at bay.
Bear's Breech (Acanthus mollis) No need to build Corinthian columns and plinths to rightfully enjoy acanthus (Acanthus mollis) in the garden. The model from which the Greek decorative element originated, the acanthus leaf imparts a bold, clean
Bainbridge Residencewittman estes architecture + landscape
Round custom made steel planter with Angelina sedum surrounded with acanthus and acorus. photo: grant wilds
to perform specific tasks. The homeowners wanted something with large, evergreen leaves, so Estes chose bear’s breech (Acanthus mollis). The spreading underground rhizomes of Acanthus can be aggressive, but Estes says the freezing winters of the Pacific Northwest reduce the spreading. Bear’s breech is
spe­cific tasks. The home­own­ers wanted some­thing with large, ev­er­green leaves, so Estes chose bear’s breech (Acan­thus mol­lis). The spread­ing un­der­ground rhi­zomes of Acan­thus can be ag­gres­sive, but Estes says the freez­ing win­ters of the Pa­cific North­west re­duce the spread­ing. Bear’s
Woodland garden 1Jay Sifford Garden Design
Hi, and thanks. The majority of these are fine in zones 4 through 8. The large leafed plant is acanthus mollis. It's best in zones 7 through 9. The Chinese mayapple prefers zones 6 to 9. Partial shade is best for all of these.
breech 7-9 Acanthus mollis, Spotty Dotty Chinese mayapple Podophyllum spotty dotty 6-9, and hostas
The use of large-foliaged plants such as bear’s breech (Acanthus mollis
plantings placed higher than terrace level, the perceived scale of the visitor is diminished. The use of large-foliaged plants such as bear’s breech (Acanthus mollis, USDA zones 7 to 9), Spotty Dotty Chinese mayapple (Podophyllum ‘Spotty Dotty’, zones 6 to 9) and various hostas (Hosta cvs, zones 3 to 9)
Bainbridge Residencewittman estes architecture + landscape
Round rusted steel planter with Angelina sedum contrasts with evergreen planting of acorus and acanthus (bear's breech). photo: grant wilds
sedum in pot and acorus and acanthus
bear’s breech (Acanthus mollis). The spreading underground rhizomes of Acanthus can be aggressive, but Estes says the freezing winters of the Pacific Northwest
large, ev­er­green leaves, so Estes chose bear’s breech (Acan­thus mol­lis). The spread­ing un­der­ground rhi­zomes of Acan­thus can be ag­gres­sive, but Estes says the freez­ing win­ters of the Pa­cific North­west re­duce the spread­ing. Bear’s breech is one of the few plants whose large leaves can han­dle
Acanthus DesignAcanthus Design-Denise Woolery
sculpture or a plant with a sculptural quality) whose form contrasts with the straight lines of the design. traditional landscape by Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery Acanthus Design-Denise WoolerySave to IdeabookEmail Photo 4. Cohesion. Repeating forms throughout a garden can help bring cohesion to a design
Acanthus Design-Denise WoolerySave to IdeabookEmail Photo 4. Cohesion. Repeating forms throughout a garden can help bring cohesion to a design. Here the sharp
Lindy DonnellyLindy Donnelly
detail I used to use in fashion design, and I love how the space is a comforting cocoon-like retreat." The pale beige cotton sateen bedding with an acanthus damask pattern is from Yves Delorme, while the frosted glass table lamps are from BAE in San Francisco.
almost coincidentally. The deep olive and brown tones blend with the curtains and the rich wood stain. Even the swirling clouds somewhat mimic the acanthus leaf pattern in the damask bedding."
In looking into the history of the scroll in architecture and design, I came across "acanthus," a scrolled ancient Greek column topping shape that was inspired by the acanthus plant. An oversized abstraction gives this classical shape an update.
Irvine TerraceSpinnaker Development
like the acanthus leaf corners of island.
acanthus corbels...acanthus leaf
Farmhouse RevivalCushman Design Group
bm- 474 acanthus med green or hc 139 salisbury green hancock is liter behr spirited green 470c-3 or corn husk green
acanthus green paint- Laundry room?
acanthus green bm
Lake HollywoodErinn V Design Group
like the leaf-print wallpaper and acanthus-leaf mirror shown here.
In the previous example, the wallpaper and mirror both featured angular, geometric designs. For a different way to go, pair two curvy, organic designs — like the leaf-print wallpaper and acanthus-leaf mirror shown here.
and mirror both featured angular, geometric designs. For a different way to go, pair two curvy, organic designs — like the leaf-print wallpaper and acanthus-leaf mirror shown here.
and mirror both featured angular, geometric designs. For a different way to go, pair two curvy, organic designs — like the leaf-print wallpaper and acanthus-leaf mirror shown here.
Bear's Breech (Acanthus mollis) No need to build Corinthian columns and plinths to rightfully enjoy acanthus (Acanthus mollis) in the garden. The model from which the Greek decorative element originated, the acanthus leaf imparts a bold, clean and durable look. It may
may die down during the coldest spells but will quickly sprout back. Along with cast-iron plant, described next, I use acanthus in large planters deprived of much sunlight. USDA zones: 6 or 7 to 11 (find your zone) Water requirement: Wet to moist soil Light requirement: Partial sun to dappled shade
SW0029 Acanthus by Sherwin Williams is similar: http://www.sherwin-williams.com/do_it_yourself/paint_colors/ideas/color/SW0029_acanthus/
laundry room-acanthus
Acanthus 0029
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