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J. Peterson Garden Design
Beautyberry is a great choice for spring-fall interest in the garden.
berries show up. This shrub is a wise choice for Asian gardens, mass plantings, borders or as a specimen planting. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Water requirement: Regular
berries show up. This shrub is a wise choice for Asian gardens, mass plantings, borders or as a specimen planting.USDA zones: 5 to 8Water requirement: Regular
elliptical. The berries, once again, are this plant’s distinguishing trait. Many people discover this plant for the first time in autumn, when they notice
interest: Flowers appear in summer, followed by purple berries in fall.Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune annually in early spring before new growth
“American beauty berry shrub 5 to 8ft. Tall. 6ft wide partial shde” — joycekpoole
Singing Gardens
7 Reviews
Asian Inspired Japanese Garden Design
Asian Inspired Japanese Garden Design
“just to save” — wafanoora
Impressions Landscape - Design
5 Reviews
bali in burraneer
Layered tropical influenced plantings borrowing from the existing garden scheme gives a relaxed Balinese holiday feel to the property.
What is the plant that is behind the bird house(the one kind of draping over it)?
What is the plant that is behind the bird house(the
Balinese garden around stairs to ground leve;
Layered plants (& birdcage?) around outdoor decking.
keeping your garden private until the planting becomes well established. They also provide support for exotic tropical climbing plants.
keeping your garden private until the planting becomes well established. They also provide support for exotic tropical climbing plants.
Layered tropical-style plantings, as pictured here, effortlessly provide a serene Balinese holiday feel to this outdoor area. The birdcage is a fantastic
“like the plants” — malutze
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Early spring in the garden. Dappled light under a Japanese maple allows Gerald Darby iris, Japanese forest grass and bishop's hat to thrive. Design by
plant combo, colors and texture - maybe i can use it at the 'shop' garden off the driveway
celebrate the rebirth of the garden. Take advantage of the dappled light and increased visibility under deciduous trees by combining plants that have exciting,
Focus on Seasonal DetailsAs always, attention to detail is key when creating plant combinations, and here it is all about timing. This bishop’s hat is blooming
cycle.Without the splash of bright yellow Japanese forest grass, these two plants might have faded into a muddle of midgreen. Yet this waterfall of subtle
“japanese maple -shade” — sylviashattler
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
What's the name of the plant next to the deck hair? (There are 2 side by side)
anyone know what the cool spikey plants names are???
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
What are the plants around the colourful chair and large pot? Thank you!!
The strappy plants on the RHS of the urn are Strelitzia Nicolai or generally known as Giant
is there a plant similar to this that doesn't flower?
architectural element. Large palm leaves and other tropical plants could eat up most garden statues like a Venus flytrap gobbles insects. This urn's simple
fall and winterWhen to plant: Spring to fall
thinner spikey plants as the border?
“garden” — boycerama
ras-a, inc.
8 Reviews
Calonian was right — the large agave like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily. It gets one very large red
sculpture. They are shown to best advantage when planted as a focal point. In this garden the furcraea softens a garden corner while captivating the eye.
Use plants as sculpture. Some plants, such as this agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11), are so dramatic that they effectively function as living sculpture
What's the name of the large plant...the plants used in the garden...Not a fan of these plants...drought tolerant plants with rock mulch
“front yard” — Corinne Thompson
Secret Gardens
you advise what the plants are in the middle and top right of the shot. They both look like dracaenas. Thanks.
Hi, On the lower ground level, what is the 3rd plant from the left called up the back (spiky foliage). It looks like you also use it top right on the lower
almost dominating the garden. But I feel there is a clear difference in the planting. The strong architectural shapes of the plants balance the whole design
design — the plantings are more than just a fill-in.See more of this terraced Sydney garden
of wasting money and time trying to grow plants that are completely unsuited to the conditions of your garden get real and opt for those you know will
Spiky leaf plant on lower level...Sculptural and clipped plants look good
“Plants” — mooblubber
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
What beuatiful plants! What is their name? the red ones next to the doors! Thanks
Can you please tell me where you can get the garden gate? it's beautiful
Hello, i love that big plant !!!! With the redish color. Can
designer/Houzz writer/author and garden speaker and am currently preparing a talk for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle. I'd LOVE to include
What are the short red/purpleish plants in front of BOD called?thx
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. The plants are a dwarf red leaved ornamental
Where can I purchase this gate? Love it and the garden design.
What type of plants are those in the pots as well as the large leafy ones beside the pots?
Where can i get banana plant??
“Plants” — lynettebagala
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