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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
White Garden
Ideabooks2,134
Questions2
me the different plants used in this white garden? love it nice lay out.
I would appreciate it if you would kindly give me the plants names used in the
available and can be planted in the spring. The bloom time is in mid summer and the scent is incredible. I have also grown this bulb in containers although they
combined with the diminutive size of the plant, makes it perfect for adding to low borders, annual beds, container plants, hanging baskets and rock gardens.
combined with the dimuntive size of the plant, makes it perfect for adding to low borders, annual beds, container plants, hanging baskets and rock gardens
combined with the diminutive size of the plant, makes it perfect for adding to low borders, annual beds, container plants, hanging baskets and rock gardens.
“Love the combos!” — damtbm
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Modern Revival
Ideabooks6,162
Questions4
from the client. About the plants, in the pots, Equisetum hymale (a plant that spreads rapidly and should be kept in containers), around the garden, Senecio
Who makes red pot? What are the plants?
garden --planting areas and delineated zones of where plants and walking spaces are
Senecio mandraliscae is the green plant hugging the ground
orange,” says designer Jamie Morf. Whether you plant this spreading plant as a groundcover or a container plant, freely use it to highlight contrasting golden
complements the rich red color of the single container in this garden.Thriving in well-drained soil, go as far as to plant Senecio in a gravel bed for the ultimate
no-lawn movement is gaining popularity. Depending on the composition of the plants chosen (and whether low-maintenance ground covers, such as gravel, are
“green plants on left” — loftus9
Modern Pool
Ideabooks13,062
Questions7
Can you tell us what the plants are that are used in these tall planters?
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
Complement Architecture With ContainersThis designer has used simply planted containers to strengthen the sharp lines of the clear overall
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.
“If succulents aren't your thing, many green shrubs make for clean, easy-to-maintain outdoor planters” — katpur24
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks5,721
Questions3
I would like to ask what are the names of those ground cover plant? They look beautiful together, thanks.
What is the burgundy foliage plant in the background? Thanks!
Is there a way to get a plant list an estimated cost Ty, ps awesome work
Hell Connie, there are two orange flowering plants on the right - the one with
What are the tall orange flowers on the right? and do you recommend planting them on a hillside that gets bright sun
Hi, apologies on the late reply. The burgundy foliage plant in the background is a Loropetalum. It grows exceptionally well in temperate
Plant combination, grasses canna Lily's and alpine plants.
the variety of low water plants (color/hei
plants low to high along the path
“Luv plants” — ibarana
Mediterranean Landscape
Ideabooks2,229
Questions4
What is the plant spilling over the walls?
The plant is Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus' (Creeping rosemary). A
long, are rich in aromatic oils and commonly used as a culinary herb. This plant is loved for its strong pinelike flavor and fragrance. Drought tolerant.
out plants 2 feet apart for upright varieties and 3 feet apart for those that spread. There are cold-hardy varieties. They're also good container plants
eventually you'll need a container that measures at least 18 inches
Weeping Rosemary: Light:SunZones:6-10Plant Type:Perennial,Herb,ShrubPlant Height:1-6 feet tallPlant Width:2-4 feet wideFlower Color:Shades of pink
cold-hardy varieties. They're also good container plants. You can start small, but eventually you'll need a container that measures at least 18 inches.
“gate” — osidelvn
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks9,207
Questions2
Can someone tell me the names of plants in this arrangement?
Does anyone know what the lower trailing, greyish plant that goes to the ground is?
specific variety of the coleus is 'Sedona' and I believe the trailing silver plant is Lotus maculatus (common name Lotus vine or Parrots Beak) It can have orange
(annual), white-edged Euonymous (shrubby groundcover), and the silver trailing plant could be an artemesia (perennial).
Mixing plants in the same pot with different levels
Great ideas of what to put in a container.
Rocky Mountains. It's time to winterize potted plants. "Empty all containers of annual flowers and veggies,"
Potted plants for pops of color...Fall container planting that's not mums...Guides to growing great foliage plants
“orange” — Erin Sproul
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Bedminster NJ
Ideabooks1,801
Questions2
what kind of banana plants are with red necks? can they survive cold?
I like this tropical plants in the planters especially red necks
palm looking plants & lavender looking plant in pots
beauty of containers is that they are versatile. They can be moved or removed as your tastes change without a major garden renovation. Containers give you
large containers around easily, consider using lightweight pots. A PotLifter is a great tool to have too.More: 9 Tips for Creating an Artful Container Garden
you the opportunity to experiment with new color schemes, plants and styles without a long-term commitment, so you can go big and bold this year but try
texture and color in plant selections...Love die kleurvolle plante wat is dit??
“Like the plants” — Michael Mathie Design
Aloe Designs
14 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
Ideabooks5,984
Questions1
if you don’t plant in a container, you’ll be digging mint out of your garden for years to come. The trick to planting herbs in containers is to match
if you don’t plant in a container, you’ll be digging mint out of your garden for years to come. The trick to planting herbs in containers is to match the
if you don’t plant in a container, you’ll be digging mint out of your garden for years to come. The trick to planting herbs in containers is to match the
of the plant. Smaller herbs – like chervil, chives, coriander, marjoram, oregano, parsley, sage, tarragon and thyme – can be grown in containers that are
grown in containers that are 6 to 12 inches deep and preferably up to 12 inches wide. Basil, lavender and lemongrass prefer 16- to 18-inch containers at a
“I like this consistent feature” — lorena929
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