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Pat Brodie Landscape Design
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Pat Brodie
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fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
what agave plant is this exactly? how old is it?
Agave vilmoriniana These are about 3 years old and planted out from a 5gallon container
this because it's green and yet still desert plants.
extremely versatile in the landscape. Large species, such as variegated century plant (A. americana var. marginata) and Weber’s agave draw your attention with
both color and texture to large landscapes.While agave looks great when planted alone or in rows, it can also be paired with ground covers such as blackfoot
Like the exotic plants, and large pot....I like the cactus looking plants
“Like” — northam1964
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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What is the name of the large green flowery shaped plant in that has red tips?
What is the name of the short blue plant?
are Kalanchoe thyrsiflora, the common name is Paddle Plant.
there are Senecio, Paddle Plants, Agave, and Dichondra 'Silver Falls'.
Can these plants stand up to snow in the winter.
With desert plants, you can go bold and raucous with greens. The design of many succulents and other desert plants is very bold, and blooms are often
The plants. What are the red ones?...What r those red/ green plants?
“Silver falls and senecio” — sheenablake
Shelley Gardea
View of Xeriscape Garden
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orange plant in the back? Very beautiful design!
This is one of the most inspiring xeriscape examples on houzz. Can you please name the plants shown
examples of the xeroscape landscaping. If you want to find out about each plant and the names, please contact Scott Ward of White Sage Gardening. He is the
This xeriscape garden may not have a large array of plants, but the plants that are in place are so striking that the space feels full. Setting
allows the homeowner to enjoy the individual beauty of every plant.
Drought-tolerant plants like succulents actually prefer less water.
Ward of White Sage Gardening to design her yard to reflect her love of the desert and decomposed granite and rocks. She says, "It was an awesome experience
“l I ke the desert landscape” — Mario Rodriguez
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Pascale Land Design
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Desert Highlands
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A mediterranean look in the desert with lantana added for color and softness. Pascale Sucato
clustered plants loosley defined by rock borders make interesting spaces
like plants with rock including succulents but not cactus plants.
nice mix of flowering plants & cactus...Desert plantings...The plant groupings...the desert look...Plants and rocks...easy desert maintenance...Plant variations...desert plants...Desert Highlands
“Ironwood tree” — brownl1
Pascale Land Design
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Humming Bird Buffet
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Aloe Ferox in the background, Penstemon, Verbena and Desert Marigold in the foreground. A great attraction for the Humming birds. Pascale Sucato
Variety of flowering desert plants. Aloe, penstamon, desert marigold
hummingbirds - Aloe Ferox in background , Penstemon, Verbana and Desert marigold in the foreground
“hummingbirds - Aloe Ferox in background , Penstemon, Verbana and Desert marigold in the foreground” — clkrucher
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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Love the choice. Can you tell me what the bottom left one and the purple flowering plants are please?
Mexican Sage - Purple Flowering plant you liked - worked into design
Hillside plant - Agave attentuata and purple flowering Mexican Sage
Love the agave and the purple flowering plant
7. Desert plants don't need water. A variation of this is, "I want a no-maintenance garden." Here's the truth: Even desert plants need water, and there
there is no such thing as a no-maintenance garden. Plants are living things, and even if a plant such as an agave requires much less water than, say, impatiens
impatiens, it still needs water, particularly in the first weeks after planting or during an extended drought. So if you're a person who doesn't want to be
agave plant by pool in Florida
“Mexican Sage, Foxtail Agave and Boulders” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
ras-a, inc.
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p_House
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Calonian was right — the large agave like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily. It gets one very large red
Use plants as sculpture. Some plants, such as this agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11), are so dramatic that they effectively function as living sculpture
sculpture. They are shown to best advantage when planted as a focal point. In this garden the furcraea softens a garden corner while captivating the eye.
What's the name of the large plant...drought tolerant plants with rock mulch...the plants used in the garden
“texture” — skf23217
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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What plants are used? What is the name of those used and what climate do they grow in?
too, would like to zones/climate in which these plants can be grown. Thank you.
Where can I get some of the red and green plants? What are they're names?
@ Debora Carl: Thank you for sharing all the plant names. It's truly is a show stopper. Brilliant composition!!!
absolutely beautiful. I'm in Chattanooga TN so don't know how well the Paddle Plant would do here, but I'm in love with all of them. I have several succulents
Very nice looking plants. They are native to southern Africa and I saw some on my trip there last
These are Kalanchoe luciae - Paddle Plant. If you live in an area where temperature does not get below 25-30F too often
“Indigenous” — glynabee
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