4,429 drought tolerant shade plant Home Design Photos

groundworks studio
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Myers Park Retreat
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seating area with crushed stone and rain garden to absorb and filter the garden's runoff. This sustainable backyard contains no turfgrass and many native plants. Landscape Architecture: groundworks studio Architecture: Architecture Matters Photography by Midwood Hill
gravel path, rocks, plants, breaking up linear space.
Patio, separation of grass and gravel, incorporate plants
“Gravel walkways” — janieinojai
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
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Enjoy this pathway. It's easy to walk on and pretty too!
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strips atop pergola help w/shade. LIke the feel of these plants. Could do this in back yard entry.
Backyard path with plants along either side
Dog friendly outdoors include paths, water, shade and things to explore
plants on both sides of walkway
path. Density of plants.
Planting border...drought tolerant
“garden path” — kmmheck
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Landscape 1
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What is the yellow plant in this photo?
Love the landscape. What is the yellow plant in the photo?
Architects in Round Rock, Texas. (512) 924-2955. They did an incredible job on this property - very talented and knowledgeable in Texas drought tolerant, deer tolerant landcsaping.
Plant bulbine at front
Pots and plants
“pretty flowers” — Jody
Grants Gardens
Hardscape Elements
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A planted area next to a front porch in a hot and dry zone mulched with river stones and planted with drought-tolerant bromeliads and palm trees
I like the colorful nature of this plant
is the name of the small plant
Outdoors, bromeliads are often planted in a bed of stones, a look you can certainly duplicate indoors with a large, low planter. Here, the low-lying bloom of the Nidularium is particularly stunning amid the a
Outdoors, bromeliads are often planted in a bed of stones, a look you can certainly duplicate indoors with a large,
Outdoors, bromeliads are often planted in a bed of stones, a look you can certainly duplicate indoors with a large, low planter. Here, the low-lying bloom of the Nidularium is particularly stunning amid the apple-green leaves.
“Rocks and plants” — tadams009
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Rooftop Terrace
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container sits on top of the table and is filled with sun loving echeverias. Decorative blue glass picks up the blue tones of the plants and creates a sparkle to the planting. Small votives are added to provide a soft candlelight glow at night. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
the blue tones of the plants and creates a sparkle to the planting. Small votives are added to provide a soft candlelight glow at night.
landscape stone, gravel & glass rocks with simple plantings
international fireworks competition."I kept the planting to a minimum on the bar table by selecting echeverias to mimic the blue tone of the sky and skyline and then added the blue glass mulch to mimic the glass of the buildings and give the planting a bit of sparkle," Partridge says. She used teal
“glass mulch” — Denis Wittwer
Urban Landscape
19 Reviews
Urban Landscape Design & Construction
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like how the lighting adds drama. The plants look drought tolerant. Love it!
nice lighting and variety of plants
gorgeous lighting and plant selection. I like the madrones (?) SC // Nice plants. Looks like there is some supplemental lighting coming in to the photo that is not from the light fixtures that are shown
Balance & symmetry of plant layout. Placement of lights.
“lighting on each side of path” — cariebear
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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The grass is Nasella tenuissima --- but don't plant it where it can escape from your property - IT'S INVASIVE!
the boulders mixed with the drought tolerant platings
rolling. Use natural plantings, like ornamental grasses and flowering perennials, around erosion-controlling boulders to create an organic look.
them into the soil to avoid any rolling. Use natural plantings, like ornamental grasses and flowering perennials, around erosion-controlling boulders to create an organic look.
Boulders can be used in combination with grasses and seaside plants for a rustic beach look.
“lighted plants - drama!” — Julie Shelton
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Mediterranean Garden
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garden in Sleepy Hollow, San Anselmo garden. Decomposed granite replaced the thirsty lawn. Lawn minimized and surrounded with drought tolerant plants that withstand the drought.
plants and shrubs for drought
beautiful plant combinations
plants that...smart plant ideas
“rustic and formal tension” — vicoik
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