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Murdock Solon Architects
3 Reviews
Rye - Art Barn
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the concrete block walls as an armature for climbing plants.
Trellis for climbing plants on a zero-maintenance wall great idea especially if there are plant options that are
concrete block exterior wall with trellis mounted for climbing plants
I like the idea of concrete walls that are durable and are obscured by trellis covered plants
trellis has been mounted onto the concrete block walls as an armature for climbing plants.
as an armature for climbing plants.
“Greenwall” — logantk
TerraTrellis
Beautiful installations
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beneficial to the garden. Grow climbing plants around their bases to integrate them into your landscape.
climbing plants below and birds about... in a
as beautiful to look at as they are beneficial to the garden. Grow climbing plants around their bases to integrate them into your landscape.
as beautiful to look at as they are beneficial to the garden. Grow climbing plants around their bases to integrate them into your landscape.
“9. accent against wall.” — chienlan
Amy Renea
Longwood Gardens Vegetable Garden
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trellis for climbing plants in garden veggies
Once the vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.
trellis laid on an angle for climbing plants. This trellis is a
Across from the asparagus patch is a trellis laid on an angle for climbing plants. This trellis is a good solution for heavier climbers such as squash
of its thickness and strength of the wood panel. Once the vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.
“Trellis on an angle” — lkippa
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Sonoma Barn - Front Door
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for climbing plants, softening the whole building.
privacy climbing screen for between yards
armature for climbing plants, softening the whole building.
mesh for privacy fence next to front entrance with climbing vines.
located a few feet in front of the metal surface is an armature for climbing plants, softening the whole building.
its green summer clothing, which makes an excellent background for paler plants, but its vinelike leaves give a dazzling autumn display of red and crimson
d’été, toute verte, qui constitue une magnifique toile de fond pour les plantes de couleurs plus pâles. À l’automne, les feuilles de lierre se parent de
“Ivy” — artzee
Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Brooklynn Courtyard Patio
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Create a secret-garden feel with climbing plants. Soften the edges of a mostly hardscaped yard with climbing vines and flowers. This works especially
especially well in small urban gardens, as the climbing plants provide greenery and privacy, and make the yard seem more spacious.
A secret garden. I like the pavers, rather than grass, and the climbing plants are gorgeous.
gardens, as the climbing plants provide greenery and privacy, and make the yard seem more spacious.See more ways to use climbing plants in small gardens
.5. Create a secret-garden feel with climbing plants. Soften the edges of a mostly hardscaped yard with climbing vines and flowers. This works especially
Throughout history, plantings have been an important feature of these enclosed spaces. Early paintings of hortus conclusus show us how the plantings tried to create
“copper pipe chairs” — adammills
REMARK
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Bowen Residence
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provide some privacy while allowing for air and light to penetrate. All the plants are native and provide year round interest and a verdant feel to the space
mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants. Over time the plants can completely fill in the area, providing privacy for the
situations when barriers need to recede. Taut wires on this trellis support climbing plants as they grow up and fill out the space, creating a living fence and
mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants. Over time the plants can completely fill in the area, providing privacy for the
situations when barriers need to recede. Taut wires on this trellis support climbing plants as they grow up and fill out the space, creating a living fence and
“Style of fencing” — vickimorrisonmail
Diego Bortolato
the views
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Please could you tell me what is the name of the red crawler plant against the wall? Thank you Anastasia
very harsh in winter and very hot also in summer. I need to protect my plants also from the sunshine. Love your work though, you give me good ideas that
Here we see a wood trellis with colorful plants climbing them from large planters placed below. Some of the plants are making
colorful plants climbing them from large planters” “planters placed below. Some of the plants are making their way to the roof joists. Eventually plants will
The climbing plants woven in wooden panels on the wall
wood planters and colorful climbing plants
colorful plants climbing them from large planters placed below. Some of the plants are making their way to the roof joists. Eventually plants will cover
“Interesting wall covering” — docdap
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Historic Home
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Thumbellina in SF. I don't know the name of the climbing plants on the sidewalls, but the back wall is planted with bonsais, ivies, mosses, ferns, orchids
it by creating a fabulous planted wall, as seen here. Alternatively, grow trees in pots along the wall or train climbing plants up it for a vibrant backdrop
of it by creating a fabulous planted wall, as here. Alternatively, grow trees in pots along the wall or train climbing plants up it, for a green backdrop
it by creating a fabulous planted wall, as seen here. Alternatively, grow trees in pots along the wall or train climbing plants up it for a vibrant backdrop
The same thoughts on integrated planting design have been used in this enclosed garden, with green as the predominant foliage color. The low retaining
what is the name of the climbin plant
“Walls” — mmeyerhills
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