63,201 bamboo planter Home Design Photos

Aloe Designs
14 Reviews
Mainland St Residence
Ideabooks3,255
Questions1
Love the privacy of bamboo, can you please tell me what species?
Bamboos in my little front garden??
Planters with river rock an tees
planter, pebbles bamboo on back porch
cement block with rocks and bamboo
bamboo grows fast, and can be
Growing bamboo in a container. Containing root growth is a big concern with running bamboo plantings. Some running bamboo can flourish in a container. Because the plant is above ground and often surrounded by hardscape, all the growth is concentrated within the contained space. You will need to make
make sure the container is well irrigated, though, or your bamboo's leaves may go brown. Tip: Bamboo doesn't do well in drought situations, so automated irrigation systems are a great way to ensure regular watering.
“BAMBOO” — ocoronelo
Louise Lakier
1 Review
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Ideabooks662
Questions2
The tanks are planted with bamboo. Take a look at the Ideabook for more information: ...
Privacy idea - bamboo in large beer bins
Like the tanks where bamboo is planted
Omg. Bamboo in farm troughs for privacy
Alternative way to contain the bamboo
Bamboo planted in stainless steel containers provides privacy from the street. The containers are from Coastal Farm.
Rooftop privacy in Portland. Potted bamboo plants provide privacy for the rooftop deck of this mixed-use space in Oregon. See the rest of this home
“Grey paint” — klintss
Workshop/apd
Midtown Minimal
Ideabooks9,061
Questions5
Looks like bamboo. If so, which species? what are the growth habits of this plant? Thank you!
What wood is used for the planter...where can I buy the planter
what is the planter made of? Ipe?
was anybody able to find these planter boxes?
Is there a bamboo appropriate for containers like this, for a Colorado climate? I think it would be zone 5b. Thanks!
i would like to plant bamboo against walls for privacy but my husband was telling me bamboo could compromise your foundation.Is
idea for planter in front of fence
Colour of the raised beds, and bamboo!
bamboo screen using Phyllostachys Aureosulcata bamboo
Bamboo grows fast and tall good screen
love the clean look of the bamboo and dark colored wood planter box
“backyard / retaining wall idea” — nvillella
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
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ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Rooftop Haven
Ideabooks2,171
Questions3
Where do I find planter boxes like that?
like ghe rocks with moss formthe bamboo planter
The planter boxes are really great.
bamboo in containers with river rocks
Sparsely planted bamboo with rock mulch
bamboo planters for privacy screens
Planters used to separate space
use of pebbles with bamboo
massuve bamboo.planters
Planters with small fake trees
river rocks in planters
Bamboo on a roof deck
planter stones...Bamboo planters...bamboo planter...railing planters...Rocks in planters...PLANTER BOXES...Bamboo pot....bamboo in pots...bamboo in planters...patio planters
“Planta para balcón” — María Victoria Del Vecchio
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks45,228
Questions14
What are the planters made from and where can I buy them?
What is the name of the bamboo?
and simple. Doesn't visually clash with the bamboo and panels.
I love this look. We are on the Gold Coast nd I worry bout the bamboo getting out of control. What's your experience?
Can this bamboo be grown in th east coast?
Can this bamboo be grown in th east coast? Thanks asha
will these planters provide enough space for full height and full privacy screening and what are the dimensions?
to put bamboo in the ground. Try ghost bamboo, it's stunning and a slightly smaller variety.
We sell a similar item, ... called the Big Box Planter. Also a smaller version: ... it is planter #3 in the photo
watergardenwarehouse.com.au seels them, give them a call for details on planters
“Modern” — Nigel M
Architecture in Formation, P.C.
Architecture In Formation - Matthew Bremer Architect
Ideabooks510
Questions1
what kind of trees did they use, to be contained in planters? thank you.
Form this distance, at least, it looks like bamboo.
bamboo screen, but evergreen better for nyc
planters for the side in the back yard
Planters with Bamboo along the North and south side fence
bamboo privacy screen in a planter
Bamboo in long narrow wooden boxes
Bamboo in planter boxes for privacy
privacy wall of bamboo in planter box
another example of a box with green natural privacy inside the planter box
bamboo plants get tall in these planters
“Planters” — 911beachhouse
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks11,475
Questions5
The combination of medium height bamboo with black unpolished river rocks
bamboo in lower planting strip by driveway? for privacy?
7. Bamboo. Heralded as one of the luckiest feng shui symbols, the enduring and hydroponic bamboo plant brings peace and luck to any environment. Bamboo also doubles as a durable barrier and decorative plant in any Zen-inspired garden or walkway.
paved in easy-care decomposed granite, making it easy to navigate. The plantings are elevated to eye level, thanks to the low lumber retaining wall. Bamboo is a good choice because its roots are contained. Plus, it's an easy plant to maintain with hedge clippers.
“Backyard planter” — anujkapur108
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks8,785
Questions8
what size where your concrete planters?
what type of bamboo is it?
are the planters poured or bought as is?
reed does spread so we make sure it's in a self contained planter. We built these concrete planter boxes as part of the hardscape for that reason. Thanks, Stephanie
They look like concrete slabs that where placed together to form the planter. Is that correct?
cottoneaster growing in the ground surrounded be a planter
its roots are contained. That's what you see here, and it's a nifty way to both screen out the world and bring green into view. The raised concrete planters are exactly what's needed to corral the densely planted stands of horsetail.
“Windbreak!!” — Kath Stavrellis
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