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Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
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nice perennial landscape plants- full of color, but very drought tolerant
Masses of plants on a slope
Wildflowers, the natural look/native plants.
Plantes naturel...hillside planting...hillside plants...Front yard plants...mass plantings
“Make the fence not concrete” — Jessica Harrington
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks10,152
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bamboo in lower planting strip by driveway? for privacy?
tomatoe plants and the walk way for the dogs
bamboo plant brings peace and luck to any environment. Bamboo also doubles as a durable barrier and decorative plant in any Zen-inspired garden or walkway.
navigate. The plantings are elevated to eye level, thanks to the low lumber retaining wall. Bamboo is a good choice because its roots are contained. Plus, it's an easy plant to maintain with hedge clippers.
“timor black bamboo at dennis'” — pringstreet
Mediterranean Exterior
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I love the mounding plants and rocks
love the large round plants
rock and plants...Plants in the front...indigenous plants...esert plants...drought tolerant
“Desert plants” — sydcannon
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
15 Reviews
Mediterranean Style Home and Gardens
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tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
Ophiopogon japonicas, regular mondo grass-6", dwarf-2", plant plugs 6" apart in spring or fall and lightly mulch
tips: Plant plugs 6 inches apart in spring or fall to encourage a quick fill-in, and lightly mulch between the plus to discourage weeds.
“Mondo grass” — lindabalcomb
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks2,420
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it is drought tolerant. I hope it helps. Good luck! Drew Sivgals AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
it is drought tolerant.
fountains and plants
“Bowls” — jarrodmcgehee
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Foster Rd
Ideabooks2,465
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minimal plantings highlights view rather than the garden.
for a planting of short ornamental grasses is an excellent way to maintain a horizontal plane of green without weekly maintenance. Some ornamental grasses are strong enough to walk on, so research before you purchase based on your activity needs.
grasses planted on a large sloping mound are a contemporary approach to the berm.
times of drought and occasional weeding.Be sure to check with your local homeowner's association before replacing your existing traditional lawn — many areas have requirements and guidelines for what you can do in the front yard.Ensure that your lawn alternative is kept attractive, especially if you live
“The soft quietness” — j f zelber construction co
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks3,979
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dappled shade and small leaves that don't require raking in the fall.
Native to North America, honeylocusts (Gleditsia triacanthos) have fern-like leaves that provide airy shade, so they are a good choice if you want shade but not too much. The species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow
for Fall Planting Native to North America, honeylocusts (Gleditsia triacanthos) have fern-like leaves that provide airy shade, so they are a good choice if you want shade but not too much. The species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet
provide airy shade, so they are a good choice if you want shade but not too much. The species has fierce thorns and grows well over 80 feet tall, but cultivars are thornless and grow to about 40 feet. They need full sun and are hardy in zones 3 (-40°F) to 7 (0°F).
“Evelini jaoks töötab see pilt :)” — Priit Salumaa
Josh and Malissa McCulloch
DIY Front Yard Makeover
Ideabooks41,446
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what are the pink and violet hanged plants
What type of plant is up front as the ground cover? I like the variety of color.
layout and plants look like I could come close if I could figure out fountain,I already grow these plants in NC andddd have like rock.
path no plants, etc. Does that seem correct? My husband can pretty much do anything but I would like help deciding on a design, pattern etc. I have a few pictures posted that you could see of outside of house and what I am talking about. We are currently adding a portico with an Ipe deck. Would love any
Best plant, full sun, deer resistant for a walkway
amount of plants you have for free!
an "ice plant" - its hard to tell from the picture, but they're gorgeous! They close up at night and open during the day. The color stays all season which is wonderful. Honestly, I am not sure what the other ground covers are - we ended up taking them out last summer because they were choking out the
“WAter and color outdoors” — cynthiaz3262011
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