101 dianella Home Design Photos

Cultivart Landscape Design
Dalkeith garden
Ideabooks211
Questions1
Dianella 'Variegata' for use along border on the sides of the pool.
Dianella- nice foliage for shady areas
Group planting waterwise dianellas
“Lights” — benmacwilliam
Designscape Inc.
LOTUS RIDGE
Ideabooks1,542
Questions1
Red Cordylines, Variegated Dianella and stone bench.
Dianella 'Silver streak", Small cordylines and mondo grass.
“stone seat” — marybora
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks749
Questions2
The smaller gardens are connected by pebbled and mulched pathways lined with salvaged bricks. Dianella 'Little Jess' hedging adds softness to this path, while the rich color of black tree aeonium (Aeonium 'Swartkopf', zones 9 to 11) picks up on the
The smaller gardens are connected by pebbled and mulched pathways lined with salvaged bricks. Dianella 'Little Jess' hedging adds softness to this path, while the rich color of black tree aeonium (Aeonium 'Swartkopf', zones 9 to 11) picks up on the home's accent
The smaller gardens are connected by pebbled and mulched pathways lined with salvaged bricks. Dianella 'Little Jess' hedging adds softness to this path, while the rich color of black tree aeonium (Aeonium 'Swartkopf', zones 9 to 11) picks up on the home's accent colors.
“piante” — n92mnnmg
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Santa Monica - Green Modern
Ideabooks81
Questions0
Mahonia, Helleborus argutifolius, Meyer's Asparagus and Dianella
Hillside: Mahonia, Helleborus argutifolius, Meyer's Asparagus and Dianella, modern shade garden
Mahonia, Helleborus argutifolius, Meyer's Asparagus and Dianella, modern shade garden
“Mahonia winter sun” — fishmouth
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
M-Central
Ideabooks1,527
Questions2
(make sure they’re a cultivar of Pennisetum alopecuroides, which has a much wider plume than the exotic variety, and is non-invasive), lomandra and dianella are perfect plants for the natural garden, as are New Zealand flaxes and flax-like plants such as astelia and libertia.
“Walkway” — janemhw
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
Ideabooks5,063
Questions5
Love flower tumbling out of pots and spiky dianella in the centre
“Lake” — ssirivara
Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Lafayette 2
Ideabooks692
Questions1
dianella little rev
“Raised Beds” — Marian Rivkind
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Dianella and Cuphea Closeup
Ideabooks19
Questions0
This Dianella 'tasmanica' varigata combines beautifully with the orange blossoms on this companion plant © 2012 Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Dianella and Cuphea Closeup
dianella tasmanica 'varigata'
“variegated flax - dr tol, part shade” — ljhillebert
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