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Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
mounding planting bed...Privacy plantings...mounded planting...ideas for planting around pond...hedging and planting beds...Boxwood Hedge, Forest Plant Border...break up lawn with planting
“Landscaping” — Havan Built Homes
Hampstead Garden Design
Contemporary roof terrace, Marylebone, London
What are the lovely purple plants in the pots please
space into a sociable hub, for you and your friends to enjoy. Add potted plants around the borders to soften the look and provide some natural colour.
Find a fragranceChoose plants that will give off a relaxing or comforting scent to naturally perfume your
“Horizontal fence panels” — claireyh777
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
A historic renovation
the bench. Would you please share the width (front to back) of bench and planting area? thx!
What are the plants? They fit well into the narrow space.
Build this on the edge of house and wall, plants with bottom layer sand then black rocks. Bamboo wall over the remaining
Planting in a raised bed is a way to create more height quickly. This is particularly helpful when budget or municipal codes limit how tall your built
feet planting, 18 inches for bench).
“Simple planter” — venathea
CleverHomes presented by Toby Long Design
Landing on stairs and plant in gravel
plant a tree indoors?...Internal Modern Plant Designs...Plants growing up stairwell...planted tree indoors...indoor plant area...indoor plants
“Under the stairs” — juboz1307
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
38 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Hi Cory, thanks for the question. Those are daylily plants, not ornamental grasses. We planted two types, Hyperion and Autumn Prince. Hope this helps
dogwood, Cornus alba 'Elegantisima' - a really beauty. More on this terrific plant from Monrovia here: ... Good luck with your project! Robert
dogwood against the fence - I miss having those - we should plant some
but divides the property into public and semiprivate spaces. The inner plants are arranged en masse, blocking the view of the curb from the house without
terrific plant from Monrovia here: ......set the fence back and plant in front...Some plants in front of front fence...Tall plants for front of house
“cottage” — PrestonNiki Maxwell
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
SF Patio 04 (Design by Myron Grossman)
I live in Japan, but want to plant some trees native to the US. This tree looks beautiful in its setting.
Japanese Maples come to us from any number of nurseries. We get our plants from Oregon to San Diego depending on type and size wanted.
planting around pergola and stepping stones to tie in other patio area ie repeat planting theme for cohesiveness
Clear zones to pergola area. No curves, but blocky transitions handled well with plants and varying
Would be nice between raspberry and strawberry plants
After planting, water your citrus tree at least once a week until it has established roots. After this, water potted plants only when the top two inches
“Tree in pot” — Stephanie Robertson
1 Review
Castelldefels - Dàlia
exotique avec une végétation luxuriante « esprit jungle », choisissez des plantes variées à l’exubérance irrésistible et architecturale telles que les bambous
succulent plants...tropical plants...mixed plants...Plant variety...combination of plants and gravel...Like plants in foreground...little higher plants/grass...Lots of desert plants...Spiky plant...gravel with plants...Like plants
“No grass” — adornheggen
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
Fabulous Design! What is the name of the plant on the left under Mexican weeping bamboo?
What are the plants in the cylindrical boxes?
Are the soft plantings on the left Acacia cognata?
maybe plant in containers in the dog run
Plant mint in pot to avoid it taking over the garden
like troughs to put plants in...Love the plants on the left
“herb garden” — justine220
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