21,615 black potted plants Home Design Photos

Brucewood
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
Can you give me the details on the paint used for the black exterior trim?
Low planting area integrated into stairs
white columns, black windows, white siding
Plant boxes...Black and brick...Black shutters...Plant box...Black doors...Black window black grids
Marin County Residence
Dirk Denison Architects
Love the pots. Big black pots planted with trees.
plant on roof out side in pot
Big pot in atrium...Planting in open courtyard...Cool plant...Plant Ideas...Potted tree
Hickmans' Home
Mark Hickman Homes
do you happen to know where the black plant holders are from?
flower pots and small beverage holder..
Love the black pot plants...Flower pots...tall pots
Contemporary Landscape
What kind of plants are in the pot? Beautiful combo!
what is name of large leaf plant in garden?
Thank you for your question. The large leaf plant is Alocasia 'California'.
to the border. Plants die at the most inconvenient times — usually just before a special event or garden party. Adding a fully planted container is a quick
about plant choices in a new area; containers help bridge the gap while I contemplate longer-term options.Tip: Use this opportunity to test new plants or
bright plant combo in black pot...Love how the black pot is hidden by
Haynie Residents
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
What is the name of the plants? Are they a cactus?
It’s a winter-growing plant, and when not in bloom it can appear inconspicuous, even dying. Liveforever looks its worst when many plants appear in their finest
Liveforever's colors soothe and tend to complement surrounding materials and plants. Rosettes range in the gray to green spectrum; a powdery layer adds a chalky
full sun but is a winter grower, so is likely to look its best when many plants look their worst. Grow it along the coast or in the desert, and provide
What type of plant is that in the pot?
Santa Monica
MJ Lanphier
rooftop lounge wall of water, firepit plants
Plants for contemporary planters...Black pots - mismatched...sculpture, pots and wall fountain...Tall plant stands...Tall cylilndrical black pots...mismatched planting
Max Crosby Construction
Max Crosby Construction
patio Nd I love the space and being able to put chairs out front with some plants
Black pots and plants...Boxwood plants
FL PATIO
FOCAL POINT STYLING
sealed glossy with black stone bordering into garden area - complimentary black potted plants and lighting accents
border plant/patio...potted plants...black stones on edge...Black stone...Black Rocks...black rocks as the border...black rocks on the edge
Samarotto Design Group
Samarotto Design Group
What are the plants in the far right planter please?
At the far right, the plant is Liriope 'Big Blue'. The grassy leaves are semi-evergreen and the plant will put up a bright purple spike in
in late summer. As a perennial, the plant can be cut back in the very early spring to allow it to come back healthy and happy. It's one of my favorites
well as for the landscape. In the largest of the three containers, we planted a dwarf upright juniper and in the smallest, Sedum 'Autumn Joy'.
Clusters same pot n plants. Clean modern lines
Love the color/texture combination---black, green, natural
comments about monochomatic plants. style of planters
Planters and plants: Perennials shown here include Liriope
easy way to have patio plants
Niche for Pot
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
lynnlandscapedesign.com - Simple container planting: variegated Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Marjorie Channon' in a black pot, offset by green foliage. photo: Donna
lynnlandscapedesign.com black pot with pittosporum tenuifolium Marjorie Channon
Niche for Pot ... Simple container planting: variegated Pittosporum tenuifolium 'Marjorie Channon' in a black pot, offset by
is this plant I like it
OLD BRAND NEW
Dabito
How do I paint a pot or crock to have this glossy, enamel look? Anyone?
the planter is stunning, and just right for the interior and the plant. We'd suggest painting from the top and the as you get to where the line is, just
3. Use paint.Don't be afraid to paint pots. Exterior paint will last several seasons on a typical terra-cotta pot and will
right plant and pot can also be used to complement just about style with ease. This eclectic space is ideal for a bright yellow paint-dribbled pot like
eventually planted it in a DIY drip planter and says, "It brings lotsa luck."
The planter is another opportunity for design. A paint-dipped pot makes
where did you buy the planter pot?...Money plant pot and matching chair...I love this plant and the pot it's in.
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