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Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Island Modern
Ideabooks4,705
Questions4
what is the name of the red plant outside the pool?
Pool color coping design and planting
Using the upper level for soil and plants
Plants/walls at different heights right to edge of pool,
by nothing more than concrete and turf is nice and all, but not nearly as inviting as one that's been lushly landscaped. When planting around your pool, be sure to choose plants that are clean and don't drop too much leaf litter into the pool. Palms, bromeliads and cordylines are great choices for the
by nothing more than concrete and turf is nice and all, but not nearly as inviting as one that's been lushly landscaped. When planting around your pool, be sure to choose plants that are clean and don't drop too much leaf litter into the pool. Palms, bromeliads and cordylines are great choices for the
“Pools con planras atras” — Elisa Umpierre
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Creative Atmospheres, Inc.
8 Reviews
Brennan Residence
Ideabooks621
Questions0
modern look to plantings match environs
green plant layers, coloured structural landscaping
plant ideas for front path
varied texture of plants
like these plants again more
Same shape, different plants.
Large plants above brick wall
Plants in the planter
Front plant...Texture of planting...Love these plants...Front yard plants
“Stoney work” — crossings277
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks2,459
Questions4
what type of plant are the larger tuffs of lime green
Pavers spaced with ground plants. How about flowering ones like I have by the driveway?..
I like the other plants growing
Mulch around all plants. Similar to how Mother Nature provides a blanket with fallen leaves, mulch "blankets" your landscape plants and protects them from winter cold. Make sure you have a good 2- to 3-inch layer of shredded hardwood mulch, but avoid heaping mulch up on the plant bases, which can quickly
quickly rot the plants. I like to "feather" mulch up to the base stem or trunk of a plant for the best coverage.
“low growing, bright green” — suryaf
Sheri Mize Design Studios
3 Reviews
Landscape
Ideabooks950
Questions1
What type of plant is this
These two potted plants are a type of drought tolerant succulent, specifically a species of agave. Thank you for your inquiry.
Plants and planters. Gotta love it!
great plants in pots
Love these plants...pots and plants...plants and patio...potted plants...Plants in planter...plants in cracks...potted plants
“entry gate” — mollysantistevan
Arris Stoneworks Inc
Landscape
Ideabooks2,157
Questions3
What is the name of the grass and the the shrubs planted out front?
Terrace steps, covered walk way, landscape plants
like the same little plants repeated
the simple plantings, but done in multiples
Like the way the plants are spaced out. Could do this under trees!
plantings in terrace
retaining wall with plants
Plant names...Mix of green plants...Terrace Plants...specimen planting...Repeated plants
“Garden” — downunderthunder
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
Herb House Garden
Ideabooks1,535
Questions0
Like the lavender planted by the barn!
Like the plants - maybe a bed of these at the chain link fence
Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost. Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now.
Southeast. "Plant annual herbs such as basil after the season's final frost," says North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest
Yoest. "Biannuals such as parsley and perennial herbs such as rosemary, chives, thyme and mint can all be planted now."Get her Southeast April checklist | See more regional gardening guides
“lavender” — East Chop Gardens
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
steel and concrete
Ideabooks4,452
Questions4
Love the design. what's the red cover plant in the foreground though?
build up a bern and use plants
wood floor, cememt planters w/dessert plants & grasss
Retaining walls and plant material
the red plant-choral
Low wall w plants above/around
I like the red plant.
possible idea for planting
Drought tolerant plants
raised planting
“plants” — lapertsch13
Rebuilt Inc.
Sherman Oaks
Ideabooks951
Questions1
Love the planting around the pool. The contemp look of the pool works too.
THE USE OF POTS TO HOLD PLANTS ..
plants along the walls, concrete floors
Plants for backyard PR
Planting giant strelitza
outdoor potted plant
Plants along fence...I like the plants....Plants ?...Pool plants...Plants 5...plants along wall
“Decking” — cyn0002
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