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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,413
Questions6
What are the different types of low maintenance plants?
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?
Can these plants stand up to snow in the winter.
These are Kalanchoe thyrsiflora, the common name is Paddle Plant.
there are Senecio, Paddle Plants, Agave, and Dichondra 'Silver Falls'.
What r those red/ green plants?
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 bright, beautiful reds, oranges and yellows. Follow suit with boldly-colored blue and deep green foliage to create strong contrasts.
“Patio” — slrhs
Singing Gardens
5 Reviews
Frontyard Landscape Ideas - Succulent Gardens Design
Ideabooks7,925
Questions3
Nice landscape. On the right side what are the two bluish silver plants. Thanks for any help
low plants at bottom, increasing in size going up. Spacing between small plants
Remind me of an oasis in a desert
plants to compliment the sea inspired interior
nice succulent planting.
Plants that need little attention.
use of assorted plants
Desert plants; color of rock
Front yard plants...Desert planting...love the plants...Desert plants
“brown rook” — sharijarvis
Shelley Gardea
View of Xeriscape Garden
Ideabooks2,985
Questions2
What is the 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 instead?
I'm so glad you like the 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 mastermind behind this garden.
Put structural no water plants on back slope
need desert lanscaping around pool. These plants look interesting.
some of these plants are interesting
gorgeous, large succulents planted in a courtyard or entrance. I love succulents, they are so sculptural
the desert and decomposed granite and rocks. She says, "It was an awesome experience working with Scott as an artist. He brought so much of his own aesthetic to the project and went about things in a very organized and thoughtful way."
“plantas” — ammf2584
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
Ideabooks3,176
Questions3
The main outdoor living space now has an outdoor kitchen and stone 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
them with succulents and some reddish foliage plants for contrast.
Use of stone and desert plantings.
I love those tall desert type of bushes
“I like boulders mixed in with the landscaping” — kaysmith419
Gardens by Gabriel
6 Reviews
South County Succulents
Ideabooks6,394
Questions8
What types of plants are in this garden?
Will you identify these plants for me?
May I know what the bright green plant with a 'tower' in the top right corner called? Looks like a starfish with fine fingers. Thank you so much
on the coast, and excellent drainage. Weve have a few rot on us over time, so make sure its not planted in any kind of heavy clay soil
The plants you see here are all Mediterranean dry climate plants. The florida climate is far to humid and wet for these succulents. There are definitely some different
Definitely not. These plants shown need dry mediterannean air, and sandy soil. There are some hardy Opuntia's and Agave's that would do well in your zone, I would research these varieties
“huge variety of succulents” — Suzanne Ashe
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks3,747
Questions1
What name is the plant with yellow green flower on the top? Thanks for all the answers.
Like plants in rocks around edge of terrace
Pool, drought tolerant plantings and grass
Low Mediterranean plants, no grass or mulch in garden. Terraces are interesting but might be a little too formal.
using a variety of plants instead of colorful flowers
decorative yard with "desert" like aesthetic
add just enough masonry for a rim. then minimal mulch and plants.
Fall planting. Many plants will appreciate being transplanted in October, since mild temperatures and still-warm soils permit optimal plant growth. In the middle and high zones, wait until spring to plant heat-loving to tender perennials, like Lantana and some broad-leaved evergreen trees and shrubs
“Everything” — tylerputnam
Desert Foothills Gardens
2 Reviews
Desert Highlands
Ideabooks775
Questions1
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
The plant groupings. Succulents with flowers.
For perimeter of house... But substituting some other plant for the cacti.
Plant against wall and matching groupings
Mix of cactus with other desert plants
plants for front of house, driveway
“Stucco finish and roof” — heleng72
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks881
Questions1
Love the choice. Can you tell me what the bottom left one and the purple flowering plants are please?
house colors and plants (mediterranean garden)
Mexican Sage - Purple Flowering plant you liked - worked into design
agave plant by pool in Florida
Purple flowering shrub - approved planting for bio-filtration area.
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 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 a slave to your garden, alter your thinking from "no maintenance" to "low maintenance."More: What to Do in Your Garden Now
“agave” — pfarsad
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