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Dulcedo Construction
Wine Cellar
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Questions1
Amazing design , can you please tell me the name of this wonderful bright plant?? :)
The bright green plant is a sweet potato vine.
Potato plants...Plant integration
“Love the bright green sweet potato vine” — bluesky44
Sussan Lari Architect PC
7 Reviews
Country Club Drive, Long Island
Ideabooks1,105
Questions6
Layered plants in front bed...Foundation plant bushes...Plantings - OK
“Plants” — jerib2
Modern Country Lady
Topiary deliciousness
Ideabooks477
Questions0
speak of.But you can plant your own -( free-) box parterre- by taking box cuttings, either from a friend who is trimming their box plants, or by going into
taken in late summer or early autumn will root quickly and be ready for planting out the following spring.
This formal garden has oversize tuteurs in the background. Tall plants can provide screening for privacy.
“Boxus” — phcharvey
Paul Rice Architecture
Pool & Poolhouse
Ideabooks6,830
Questions9
shorter boxwood border with taller color plants within - classic?
like plant beds around pool...container plants...mass plantings...potted plants
“like the shape, but not the color” — dbrosin
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks7,289
Questions9
The planting vessel and bench are made by ORE- ... in their powdercoat bronze finish
container plants...potted plants...All. Plants?...Like plants
“outdoor seat” — johnbrownlee88
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Residential home
Ideabooks6,024
Questions3
container plants...potted plants...love the lavender plants...garden plants
“Pool/ decking” — melodygmcdonald
LUXURY,FARM,RANCH & LAND GROUP
1 Review
CENTERVILLE ROAD
Ideabooks163
Questions0
outdoor potted plant...Entry plant...Pot plants...Steps, plants...Stairs; plants. (Dislike
“love the steps” — mmgwood
Mediterranean Landscape
Ideabooks5,383
Questions3
Exactly that shape, front coutyard in right corner. Plant with wisteria
bright-colored flowers of white, pink, red, orange, lavender and purple. Planting: New Guinea impatiens grow best in the shade; in cooler areas, they will
scorch the leaves. They are not as cold tolerant as geraniums or petunias, so plant when night temperatures reach above 45 degrees Fahrenheit.
“Rounded awning” — jonah
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