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dissemination? ie: would these work in Northern California where it is not desert-like?
glaucous coloring of the succulents contrasts well with the metal, and the plants are perfect for dry conditions. The gravel mulch aids drainage and prevents
water evaporation while providing a great textural contrast against the plantings and steel.
“Planter boxes” — kadeums
Loundon County Landscape Architect
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Schwartz and Associates Landscape Architecture
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Planting Details
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Hello! How did you get those plants to grow in between the planter wall?
Echeveria. The tall blooming plants are Cotyledon orbiculata rubromarginata. And the large plant is Agave attenuata. The palm plant in the background is Chamaerops
Are the succulents planted in soil and do they multiply?
Thanks for your interest! The plants in the wall are hens and chicks: Echeveria
Hi, I love the plants Would like to know what is called and can I find it in the uk Joy
the tall snake ean or asparagus like looking plants please
nice succulents on wall. Nice drought resistant plantings
many of them. Be sure to pay attention to the cold hardiness on nursery plant tags, as some of the more commonly sold succulents are not suitable for colder
What is the large plant in the middle!
“Succulents. If your crevice is sited in a warm, dry, sunny location, succulents such as these Echeve” — lorrie526
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks5,876
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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
“plants for temperate climate” — sanpk
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
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This dream retirement home for a couple with a big family makes good use of its desert environment
Adobe rises integrally from the desert floor
23. A Desert Stunner Highlights NatureThis dream retirement home for a couple with a big family makes good use of its desert environment. Not
desert house...desert home...Desert Home Wow...desert plants...beautiful desert home...house in the desert
“Landscape” — leighloo70
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
5 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks3,184
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similar effect with several plants including Buxus microphylla var. japonica and Pittosporum 'Golf Ball'. There will be other plants which are suited to your
pruning into a ball, make certain to look at the plant from all directions until it's even.
The red plants in the pots are Imperata rubra (Japanese Blood
patio area, plants and big plants on wall
cleared a few radiata pine trees from the edge of the property to give the planting beds more sunshine. The pines were cut into bulky beams and used to build
3. Use good scentsEnlist Mother Nature. There are many aromatic plants said to be disincentives to little biters. Grow them in pots and garden
What are the red plants in the pots?...groups of potted plants with chairs
“Winter garden” — adriennep
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Modern Revival
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about the pots, that was from the client. About the plants, in the pots, Equisetum hymale (a plant that spreads rapidly and should be kept in containers)
Who makes red pot? What are the plants?
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
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
container in this garden.Thriving in well-drained soil, go as far as to plant Senecio in a gravel bed for the ultimate in clean design. Whether lining
Use of pea gravel and desert plantings.
“not sure this is functional but looks like interesting use of concrete and DG.” — scoley1
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Brown Residence
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in an expansive golf community, the Brown residence celebrates stunning desert views from almost every space. Its careful design makes this possible as
spaces while broad overhangs and shading devices protect them from the harsh desert sun. awards 2011 - Texas Society of Architects / AIA Design Award 2010
Who was the landscape designer? And, who did the installation of plant specimens and rock placement in the ?
Bill Tonnesen, at Tonnesen, inc. Tonnesen also did the installation of all planting and boulders/rock. Thanks.
modern handling of local desert plants and hardscapes
inside, while large overhangs large windows protect the interior from the desert sun. The overhangs and the pathways create connections between the separate
“Landscape” — sgribbons
The Matheson Team RE/MAX Fine Properties
9290 E Thompson Peak Parkway #150
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Can you tell me the names of some of the plants and trees?
Euphorbia antisyphilitica (Candelilla) is an awesome little plant! I also dig the
Desert park look would be nice in the backyard.
with this kind of arrangement, I think vegetables and flowers planted together could work in these
blend of desert and grass landscape
“nice lawn definitions - high maintenance tho” — Masterscapes, Inc.
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