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Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
Carmel
Ideabooks2,629
Questions4
Like the little retaining wall. Like the plants along the big retaining wall.
Front Yard: plants to go with the maple
Japanese maple, lifted planting area
Seating wall- simple plantings
“jappanese maple” — wjh102969
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Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
Craftsman Home
Ideabooks14,544
Questions16
Use a plant stand. This rustic twig stand is a great choice for this Craftsman porch. Plant stands are available in scads of shapes and sizes, and can help you vary the heights in a grouping of potted plants.
container plant...potted plant...plant and stand
“sidelight opposite side of door handle” — Linda Lewton
Mark Sullivan Fine Custom Homes Inc.
5 Reviews
Shell Beach Contemporary
Ideabooks190
Questions0
size and plant variation
rock style, plantings
Dry Creek with Plantings 3
spikey plant...Minimal plantings
“Nice size and plant variation” — bohemian1
Trestlewood
5 Reviews
2013 Projects
Ideabooks1,275
Questions2
mass planting
landscaping and plants
perennial planting...Love the. Plants
“Ranch house” — claxton1964
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
VJ Project
Ideabooks860
Questions1
that will show off plants and objects to their best advantage. Gravel, crushed stone and sand are popular choices. If the garden shown here had turf rather than crushed stone for flooring, the feeling would have been altogether different. The perceived value of the objects and plants would have been
Substrate. Every garden has a floor. The philosopher generally prefers a substrate that is simple, uniform and monochromatic, one that will show off plants and objects to their best advantage. Gravel, crushed stone and sand are popular choices.
that will show off plants and objects to their best advantage. Gravel, crushed stone and sand are popular choices. If the garden shown here had turf rather than crushed stone for flooring, the feeling would have been altogether different. The perceived value of the objects and plants would have been undermined
“love the idea of the slate planks cutting across the concrete path” — ngadmer
C & C Partners Design/Build Firm
1 Review
London Residence
Ideabooks1,785
Questions2
ceiling walls plants and its contrast
Chair and potted plant
Chandelier, ceiling, plant, colors
The plant
“Lights” — alissa13
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Modern Beach Vision
Ideabooks3,517
Questions3
What are the plants in the containers?
oceanside feel. no potted plants, they die. alternatives?
Potted plants...container plants...potted plants
“Low fire pit...” — Tracy Byars
David Thorne Landscape Architect
8 Reviews
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
Ideabooks244
Questions0
to the cutting and vegetable garden to find a fresh sweet tomato, or simply disappearing up the shady birch walk amongst maples, ferns, and uncommon plant treasures. Landscape Architect: David Thorne Landscape Architect Architect: Bill Holland Landscape Contractor: Cleary Brothers Photography: Treve Johnson
Variety of plants, interest and colour
I feel like this would be the perfect place to plant some of those butterfly traps--and by trap, I mean lure. Then you'd
“Love fort garden” — sweeethome
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