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Vitis 'Roger's Red'
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California Wild Grape adorning a doorway at a private residence.
Would be nice to have fall color vine in the backyard
California Wild Grape - Vitis Californica
CA native plants: California wild grape
Plant california Wild Grape along chain link, just make sure dogs don't eat
Love the autumn red of Roger’s California Grape, and it will be winter hardy at my house.
for birds.Although it prefers some water, California wild grape is drought tolerant once it’s established. Growing up to 40 feet in length, it can easily be contained with proper pruning. In my garden it’s pruned to about 16 feet wide. See how to grow California wild grape
Botanical name: Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’Common name: Roger’s California GrapeUSDA zones: 7 to 10; frost hardy (find your zone)Water requirement: LowSun requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Spreads up to 30 feet; vigorous growerBenefits and tolerances: Drought tolerant; provides shelter to wildlife;
“Tree” — pbstylist123
Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
1 Review
Natural Landscapes
Ideabooks5,013
Questions3
We love sleek and modern but sometimes we lay off of straight lines and concrete... Check out one of our more natural landscape projects highlighting a native plant palette and an ecotones motif! Photo Credit: Grant Sukchindasathien
where did the landscape lighting come from?
Thank you for asking! Some of the plant material we used in this project were California Poppies (Eschscholzia californica 'maritima'), California Gray Rush, (Juncus patens), Purple-leaf plum in the back over the bench, Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium, Achillea millefolium in the background, the lavenders
Hi Brigitte! Thank you for asking! Some of the plant material we used in this project were California Poppies (Eschscholzia californica 'maritima'), California Gray Rush, (Juncus patens), Purple-leaf plum in the back over the bench, Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium, Achillea
“outdoor living” — skindal
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Toylsome Lane Southampton Village New York
Ideabooks3,363
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Its California Privet. The hedge in the front is Hatfield Yew. In front of that is English Box.
tallest california privet, hedge in front is hartfield yew english box
do we want to screen off the backyard?
Backyard privacy hedge
Hedge California Privet
California privet bushes
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Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
California privet...Landscape ideas...Backyard privacy...california privit...backyard idea
“yard” — dthein
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Rustic Landscape
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makes an inviting backyard.” “No maintenance backyard” “Backyard landscaping” “rustic backyard landscape” “backyard grill...backyard idea...Nice backyard
Dappled shade makes an inviting backyard.
maintenance backyard
Materials, design, shape
Backyard landscaping
rustic backyard landscape
no mow lawn......love the landscaping
Landscaping, step off deck
Covered roof, landscaping, pergola
backyard grill...backyard idea...tiered landscape...deck & landscape...Rustic Landscape
“pergola and octagon shape” — kruser211
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Bernal View Garden
Ideabooks5,373
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Garden Designed & Built by The Garden Route Co. Photos by Rich Radford
Love this for my backyard. The shape and placement of the patio areas
design is so interesting with paving set on point with triangles left for plantings
Tranquil, combo deck and ceramic, minimal landscaping.
backyard, tile & wood mix, succulents
30-foot backyard seen here, he shifted the paving 45 degrees to get more surface area.
Play with the angles. If you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, San Francisco landscape architect
Succulents and the wood for the deck. Small space landscaping
Play with the angles. If you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, San Francisco landscape architect Rich Radford suggests turning paving
“backyard, tile & wood mix, succulents” — weseisses
Sally Stoik Landscape Architect
Middlebury
Ideabooks3,777
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The stone is Montana Gold Water Wash purchased from Peninsula Building Materials, Sunnyvale, California.
Sally Stoik Landscape Architect
Fireplace and landscaping
Landscaping fireplace
Landscape. Grass...Bench landscaping...bi level landscape...Backyard ideas
“Fireplace, planters” — lauriedare
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
15 Reviews
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
Ideabooks45,467
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I have replicated your design in my backyard. I need one more tree. What is the tree on the far left of this picture?
How could I incorporate this design into a wide, but not deep back yar
Beautiful backyard, I think this is a creeping vine. Flowering vines are employed in landscape design with both aesthetic and utilitarian purposes in mind. While trees and shrubs can certainly create a living
house in Sienna plantation in Missouri city and we need you to design my back yard.
These trees (Crepe Myrtle) were part of the original landscaping for this project and we re-purposed them to the spot you see
Trying to create a similar area in my backyard. About how many feet across for the arch and how far between the crepe myrtles? Hard to tell distances from a picture and want to allow enough
“Grass edging, color/texture of plants in bed” — danvillekatie
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
Ideabooks55,624
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Fescue grass. Landscape designer gave you brand names.
nance425, it would depend upon your unique situation and degree of shade. You might want to check with a landscape professional or plant nursery in your
everything including remarks by designer
from the ancient live oak trees overhead to the plump hydrangeas, to the heliotropes and ajuga that knit everything together. Several of the abundant design concepts I admire appear in this scene, including a sense of timelessness. The pergola is partially obscured by a healthy wisteria, which has entwined
“Garden” — tskinner3rd
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