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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
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property bordering Acadia National Park and Somes Sound on Maine’s Mount Desert Island. Comprehensive stormwater management strategies shape new landforms, resulting in elegant grading and thoughtful drainage solutions. Native plant colonies stabilize the site, regenerate habitat, and reveal wildlife patterns
The ferns we used here are a staple in just about any woodland garden we design. It is called haysented fern, (Dennstaedtia punctilobula). Plant it in areas where you have erosion, and be prepared to let it take over... The fall color is amazing too--buttery-yellow and rust. Good luck!
lovely fern bordered paths - birch planted in the understory
Use mass plantings to create flow and
Landscape Design LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Use mass plantings to create flow. "Flow" is one of those words that is better felt than defined. This photo defines "flow" better than any dictionary ever could, and it feels right, doesn't it? Using many plants of the same species creates unparalleled visual
“Ferns!” — Erin Maqueda
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks10,825
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what is the name of the yellow plant at the top of the photo?
plants and aggregate mixed with solid
for pathway plantings. Fortunately some specimens can withstand the sizzling heat radiating from a sidewalk even in arid regions.
Neutrals, including gray, brown and green, provide a perfect backdrop for other colors. This is especially useful in garden design, where bold-colored plantings can take
“How laid out” — seethasriharan
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
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pergola leads to a tennis court behind the trees. Working with the arborist employed to maintain the oaks on the 4 acre property, care was taken to plant and irrigate in such a way as to protect the mature trees.
als put leave the plants in the pot when the plant them?
what type of plant is the ground cover in front of the hydrangeas
I grown hydrangea's in my front yard and wanted a nice ground cover to plant in front of mine,
what are the low growing ground cover plants along the edge?
.....and the intermediate sized plant right behind it? I recognize the hydrangea of course - beautifully done! Love the location under the oaks! :-)
Pls tell us details of plantings in this photo! Thanks
in front (ajuga?) - what plant is this? Looks like the same plan as on the y
“Marathon in the sunny areas and over seeded with Triple Crown shade tolerant in the more shady areas” — tiffany66
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks4,348
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Love this simple look and statement plant
A majestic agave plant can create an effective barrier in areas where you’d like some view to filter through, whether your space looks onto a beautiful vista or into a room
A majestic agave plant can create an effective barrier in areas where you’d like some view to filter through, whether your space looks onto a beautiful vista or into a room where your children play.More ideas for boosting backyard privacy the subtle way
“Plant” — interior logic
Michele Lee Willson Photography
Houseplans.com Modern Ranch
Ideabooks2,805
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potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense, fireplace), metal (furniture, tools) and wood (furniture, beams).
Incorporate the five elements. Don’t stop with potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense, fireplace), metal (furniture,
4. Incorporate the five elements. Don’t stop with potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense, fireplace), metal (furniture,
“Ledge” — jefferies
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,223
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What is the red plant in the background?
what name is the green -yellow plants next to the red plants? Looks great.
The plants to the right of the red grasses ( Pennisetum 'Fireworks') is Phormium 'Tricolor' . Here is a link to learn more about it. http://www.smgrowers.com/products/plants/plantdisplay.asp?plant_id=1244
I like this mix of plants..
landscape plantings - purple needlegrass, flax,
mid-fall, the burgundy-black foliage and foxtail plumes remain a constant feature in the perennial garden; lends winter interest in its dried formWhen to plant: Mid-spring or after last frost
Urban Green
Shayan House
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What kind of plants are these?
The large plant in the area covered with rock is a Draceena draco (Canary Islands Dragon Tree) and the small succulents are Agave victoriae-reginae (Queen Victoria Agave). Between concrete pads is Dymondia margaretae which will take light foot traffic and stay quite low to the ground.
Palm trees and small greenery planted/surrounded
“Rocks” — Christina McNair
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks12,584
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What plants were used in the background?
What is the plantings in the background? Specifically the yellow bunch grass looking.
What is the red plant in the planter
Could we plant more interesting grasses in our field?
Pattern from deck's quilted direction and raised beds are planted in crop rows mimicking the borrowed agricultural landscape in the distance. Beyond that native and "nativesque" plants mimic the dunes.
Rectilinear deck and boxes, undulating wild plants, rectilinear agricultural fields.
2. Capture vistas and vignettes. Modern lines, materials and plantings abut this semiwild, meadow-inspired grass hillside. This scene offers a beautiful, inwardly focused point of view. Yet the distant landscape is equally
“Garden raised beds...clean look” — Emily Pearson McRae
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