71,791 container flower Home Design Photos

McCullough's Landscape & Nursery
4 Reviews
CONTAINERS
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container garden
Short with nice flowers
flower border...potted flowers...purple flowers...purple flowers...flower colour
“long row of salvia from grasses to ??” — jbonaser
Traditional Patio
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Patio potted flowers
“Pergola/couch” — oliver212
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Cottage Tudor in Pasadena
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container flowers
“Exterior” — tiffanydecker
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks10,911
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Deck, outdoor furniture, outdoor design layout, color, flowers, flower pots, wood deck, outdoor rug
beautiful and love the container flowers
Containers for flowers
Furniture and flowers
flowers heights of pots
deck, flowers...Flowers and couch...Flowers and rail...Rug flowers...container plants
“love the scroll rug” — muffer
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
Classicnursery.com jan 2012 uploads
Ideabooks8,181
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What types of plants and flower are used in this pot?
What are the exact flowers/ plants in this pot please?
I would like to replicate this pot, but need help in identifying the plant/flowers. What is the green leaf in the middle, previous reply mentioned potato vine being in there, is that solanum
Love the colors and flowers in this container
MatisseThis container shows the spirit of Matisse in its exuberant planting. The mixture of cosmos, impatiens and verbena in an informal mass clearly shows how the complementary colors work together.
Lose inhibitions to create the perfect baroque-style planter. I suppose the planted container has been
“Pots” — dorisriveral
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
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The remainder of the front yard is organized by soft lawn spaces and large Birch trees. The entrance to the home is accentuated by masses of annual flowers that frame the bluestone steps. On the lake side of the home a secluded, private patio offers refuge from the more publicly viewed backyard. This
What plants are in this container garden?
What are the red flowers in the ground to the left and right of the steps?
It is Bluestone. The stone is mortared onto a concrete foundation which contains heating cables to keep the steps and landing free of snow and ice during the winter.
Love this photo of a garden in a container.
vine is another creeper or draper that comes in a bright lime shade. Little pops of the vine in potted arrangements can brighten up old-fashioned flowers and make them seem new again.
“Plants” — Mac Brick
The New York Botanical Garden
Monet's Garden
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weeks after the flowers have finished blooming. Reticulata irises are the shortest irises, usually not reaching more than 8 inches high, with small blossoms. The leaves may not appear until after the flower blooms. These irises are ideal for edgings, rock gardens and containers. Flowers generally are
weeks after the flowers have finished blooming. Reticulata irises are the shortest irises, usually not reaching more than 8 inches high, with small blossoms. The leaves may not appear until after the flower blooms. These irises are ideal for edgings, rock gardens and containers. Flowers generally are
Hearty and easy to grow! My favorite flower!
Bulbous irises. These include the Dutch and Spanish irises. The Dutch irises are fairly short, with 1 1/2- to 2-foot stems. Flowers come in a range of colors. They start blooming in March in warmer climates
“Flower - iris” — petitange
jenny_hardgrave
Flower Gardens in the South
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Flower gardens around Atlanta, photographed by Simply Flowers, inc.
What types of flowers do u suggest for These?
containers in the garden..what a concept!
love these flowing flowers and the colors
container gardening for front, steps to front door and porch
If you're really limited for space, a cottage container can work very well. Set it on a patio or in an entryway to get the look, even if you don't have the land.Design tip: You can also use containers within your existing cottage garden. They're a great way to add a decorative element, and easy to swap
“container gardening” — kellykgood
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