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A House at Caesarea (Architects: V-Studio)
Ideabooks10,315
Questions3
Like the plants that look half morte like grace
Trees the way theyare planted
pebbles around plant
Pebbles and plants
“Love the trees” — design1968
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
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Contemporary Deck
Ideabooks18,274
Questions5
like the lighting within the plants and def want that followed through since we have that in the front
plantings wide steps, lighting
up lighting for plants
“Lighting” — Oliver Fuentes
Landscapes by Dallas Foster, Inc
Planters
Ideabooks10,900
Questions4
7. Plant a window box. When you hardly have a stoop, let alone a full porch, it can be difficult to find ways to personalize your space. Try hanging a window
Plant a window box. When you hardly have a stoop, let alone a full porch, it can be difficult to find ways to personalize your space. Try hanging a window box from
7. Plant a window box. When you hardly have a stoop, let alone a full porch, it can be difficult to find ways to personalize your space. Try hanging a window box from the front window and installing a handsome lantern beside the door.See how to build a window box
“Window box!!” — kmegz
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Hamilton
Ideabooks1,163
Questions5
potted plants at driveway and entrace to backyard
potted plants- by deck siding?
plants & landscaping
potted plants around detached garage
outdoor potted plants
Potted plants
“Colors” — jenlanelucot
Sander Design Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Formal Garden
Ideabooks10,021
Questions8
What is the approx depth of the planting area around the edge of the patio? Looks around 18-24 inches? We are wondering how deep it needs to be in order to accommodate
you for your question. The plant on the picture is boxwood. It is an evergreen and very easy to clip and does not require much care. They are usually more resilient in general, but often the micro climate differs from place to place and might be affecting a certain plant in a negative way. The survival
Hi! thanks you for your question. The trees behind the screen were already planted before the design was done. They look more like shrubs however I can't tell you exactly what they are. The boxwood hedge around the seating area
“Trellis” — jfwilbur
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Luxury Estate Property
Ideabooks4,943
Questions7
like the colorful plants for front
Plantings around fountain
fountain with plants around it
front yard and plants
“trim color” — heyfever
Alexander James Interiors
Cleeves House
Ideabooks7,867
Questions4
Love the doors & urns with plants
Planters and plants for height
Potted plants for front
Bring out the bayA tough, traditional plant that can be trimmed and trained to look like a bush or a tree, bay is often used to flank a facade. Here, bay trees in tall, elegant planters add a
Potted plants
“Tiles” — drrrathi3
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
Ideabooks5,431
Questions4
Yes, the upper roof is standing seam metal. The green roof has a continuous membrane below planted trays. I believe it is a TPO membrane.
Fence and plants in front look really nice
house color, plants, fence color
fence - plantings?...cedar fence plants...front planting
“front yard fence” — Vanessa Coursey
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