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Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks929
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Please tell me what the tall stuff is---beautiful container!!!
I'm not 100% sure but this plant looks like it could be in the Salix family....possible Salix elaeagnos? or Salix purpurea nana? I hope this helps you find something close to the plant in the container.
Planter tie ring with various plantings
“flowers” — mary_schnabel
Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
Ideabooks30,178
Questions8
Love the plants in the planters. What kind of plant are the ones in the planters?
what is the trailing plant in the container
because I really can't see the plant close enough but my guess would be that it's Pilea depressa (Giant Baby's Tears). I usually see it sold as a houseplant (up here in Canada) but I have planted it in containers myself for a beautiful cascading green effect. I planted mine in shade. Have a look in the
the indoor section of your local nursery and you will find some interesting plants to grow as annuals in your containers. I hope this helps!
vacant space in the front yard as garden with plants on the ground and in pots, it's nice and fresh to look at but I want to extend my receiving room because it's just small for us...what design should suits that will not affect my healthy growing plants and that the outcome of the extension will just
“stone patio with grass inserts” — sendtonapier
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
Ideabooks4,974
Questions7
Ides where to find the neutral plant containers?
What kind of plant is pictured in the background?
Where can that plant and the pot be found?
lovely sofa and plant behind it
I love flowers and plants in a room. It makes everything a little prettier
Like the big plant-not sure if practical!
Green plant on top of stairs
Bird of paradise plant in corner
AJ--Inside plant complements & extends exterior landscape
idea for my sitting area-plant and animal print and textured material for sofa .glass table bougainvilleas in the back ground-great!
Love the styling if green plant and zebra and
Style Secret: Tropical PlantsTake away those lush green plants and brilliant blooms, and the tropics would feel more like the tundra. Use potted versions to breathe vigor and vibrancy into your
“Color combinations and zebra print with brown” — gjv1437
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks9,606
Questions6
The plant with the lavendar bloom, what is it?
1. A container. It’s been said that when choosing a container, you are limited only by your imagination and a drainage hole. Proper drainage is essential, as edibles do not like wet roots. Here, chives, oregano and other herbs grow in a custom steel planter with two layers of planting area and plenty
recycled objects to hold the plants
container gardening. Size matters when it comes to containers for edibles. Most vegetables
require pots to be deep and wide. Plus, larger containers won’t dry out as quickly, making it easier on you and less stressful for your plants. Find pots at least 12 inches wide and deep; 16- to 20-inch pots are even better
metal containers are the perfect foil for the bright-green foliage of many herbs. They're a contemporary approach to time-honored rectangular or square wooden planter boxes. Planting in containers also allows often-diminutive herbs to assume a place of importance in the landscape.
“Idea to cover tires” — Teri Williams
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks9,465
Questions4
What is the name of the plants? Are they a cactus?
What type of plant is that in the pot?
Liveforever has powdery blue leaves and would contrast with other plants in a garden. Should I plant succulents on the dry slope on the northeast side of our backyard?
center. Flowers come in a variety of colors, including white, yellow and red.It’s a winter-growing plant, and when not in bloom it can appear inconspicuous, even dying. Liveforever looks its worst when many plants appear in their finest form, but it revives once the weather cools down and it rains a little
Distinguishing traits. Liveforever's colors soothe and tend to complement surrounding materials and plants. Rosettes range in the gray to green spectrum; a powdery layer adds a chalky effect.Late winter and spring welcome towering, leafy inflorescences, but unlike Echeveria, the stalk emerges from the
“trim pieces looked finished” — warden719
Modern Pool
Ideabooks12,980
Questions7
Can you tell us what the plants are that are used in these tall planters?
Like the plants and planters against the wall
Green plants accent gray hard scape. Clean lines, modern
This classic, minimalist patio shows how little touches of plant detail can transform good into excellent. The box balls in the formal raised planter echo the rounded container plants on the table, linking both areas and unifying the design.
Complement Architecture With ContainersThis designer has used simply planted containers to strengthen the sharp lines of the clear overall design. Boxwood has been tightly clipped to create a strong outline against
both in material and size, but are similar to the fabric of the garden structure, so they don't dominate the scheme. The formal clipped plantings in the main containers are nicely echoed in the small planters on the table.
“Start with a simple trio of tall, square planters. Install three clipped boxwood balls. Line them up” — Marissa Clark
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal influence
Ideabooks7,260
Questions3
containers plants
container plants & rocks
with shallow containers of succulents
Plants, iron pots, river rock
Stones, containers, branch
Container Garden...potted plants...Love the plants...Seedum plants...Container of plants...circular plants...Plant sn rocks
“rocks + succulents in containers” — Kristyn McKnight
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Fallingcliff
Ideabooks5,571
Questions6
What type of plant/flower is that purple one in the potted plan by the door?
When containers are sited at the entrance of a building, the house becomes the context in which the container is seen. Some people may prefer large, blousy, colorful containers that contrast with the surroundings, but here the muted colors of both the containers and the plantings fit in with the neutral
neutral colors of the building and hardscape. Though the succulent plantings are mixed within the containers, their similar tones easily blend together. The clever design trick here is the way the bowl planter is repeated closer to the house — linking the eye between the two bowls and playing with the
“Door” — barbmar
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