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River's Edge Landscapes
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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L'Ametlla de Mar
Are the plants in this photo drought resistant?
Hi Mike! Yes, all photography plants are very resistant to drought conditions, these are Festuca glauca, Nassella tenuissima and different types of Sedum
Sedum sp. We use these plants in our designs and we never have any problems. Good luck!
simple. I like the small gravel between plants.
spreading. Plant it in dry, well-drained soil.
your landscape.Right plant, right place. This mantra is repeated in ideabooks all over Houzz. Understanding where to place a plant begins with knowing the
produce its bluest color when grown in full sun, though it can survive in some shade, especially in hotter climates. It looks best when watered but can tolerate
the type of soil present. Soil type affects irrigation, grading and how plants will perform. Explore the various soils in your landscape by taking a close
“Landscape” — us4muks
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
Listening to your landscaping needs, fulfilling your objectives for outdoor living spaces, and creating beauty to exceed your expectations continues to be our dedicated focus.
Contemporary Landscape
Names of the Plants, the primary ones - foreground and color ; mid and back ground.
Sunset Plant guide for your area and a native plant book for your area. Most cities have plant societies that will help you learn about cottage plants that
older lavender plant thats well established, the just barely reddish plant in front might be a salvia not sure about the twiggy blue plant behind the lily
easily in your zone. Joining your local Hardy Plant Society is a fun thing to do if you're interested in plants. I also love this look and have had it previously
question. foreground: Perovskia atriplicifolia and Hemerocallis Redish plant: Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Rosea' Blue in the back: Agastache foeniculum
What is the shade sail attached to?
“great texture of flowers plus shade sail - wonderful idea” — editjeges
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
is the red flower plants? It looks great with the blue stick.
Love combination of plants! What is the name of the little blue plants in foreground?
Is the planting area Decomposed Granite or wood mulch? If DG, do you recommend using the binder for a planter with
The blue plant in front is Senecio mandraliscae or blue fingers. It is an excellent succulent
the red flowering plants are Emu Bush or Eremophila racemosa.
too dry looking but kind of the idea, maybe too closed in?
“grevillea 'long john'” — From the Ground Up Landscape & Garden Design
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
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Lakeside Retreat
Second line light greenish plants with other red plants on top of it like fountain , what's are both plants names please
Would the plants in front be suitable for shady area. What r purple plants?
Is this primarily a shade or medium to full light garden?
growth, however. This planting is a mixed sun/shade with the very edge being mostly sunny. A good shade garden substitute for the Heuchera would be Ligularia
variety of Sedum which does well in our deep shade! But I am moving it.
what are the low growing plants w pink flowers to the right of the heucheras
not the best choices for shade gardens, but the Heuchera Plum Pudding does just fine in a partial shade location. Deep shade will cause slower growth
“Garden” — dhouden
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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AKM Project by Sifford Garden Design
y eclectic modern home on Lake Norman demanded a special garden design. Plants were chosen for their color, shape and textures to lead the eye to the next
Dry creek bed with shade plants.
Plantings, lighting, natural mix of rock sizes and colors.
natural looking with lights and plant materials, not the yard ornament
“the different sizes of rock” — Double Dutch Design
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
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Front Garden
The large leafed green plant next to the tree, what is it?
what is the tall plant next to the house
there are many different cultivars. They like shade or part/shade, have blue flowers in spring and are very hardy. I like the cultivar 'Jack Frost' which
I'm assuming you are referring to the plant next to the tree trunk....It looks more like Brunnera macrophylla to me. Google brunnera foliage because there
tiered, green plants for structure with a burst of flowers (not pink
density, height, various leaf textures, plant on trellis in background --a quick way to get height
the GardenPlan your garden as a composition of plants that work together. Think of your garden like a plant community, where the species interact to support
“Siding color” — betherts
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
Can you please tell me the name of the big plants in front of photo ?
I have the same plants and I personally care for them but they do not look as goos
Everything; chairs, plants, ceiling, floor. Love
before bringing your plants back inside, even if you haven’t seen evidence of pests. Spider mites and other pests thrive in a dry, heated house and will
about to end. It’s time to bring those plants back inside. During the summer you might have found that your plants grew a lot, and errant branches are in
dirt that gathered during the summer. This covering can interfere with a plant’s ability to turn light into food. A gentle spray from the garden hose and
one with sentimental value, bring the plant inside for the winter. Before you bring it in, though, check the plant for pests. Even if you don't see any
How do you care for your plants?
“PALMS, PALMS, PALMS!!! Makes the sunroom!” — tdonathan
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
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Sun room
What is the large plant with the white flowers?
The planter on the left with the plant is cool and the big plant on the right is cool
If you’re not interested in using the same plant multiple times, you can use plants with a similar form (in this
repetition of the same shape of plants, e.g. round. Looks great!
many plants naturally become dormant or grow at a very slow pace. Watering should be done only when the soil appears dry, but do water the plant deeply
any leaves to touch a cold window. Keep the plants away from drafts as well as heating vents. Because the dry winter air inside our homes can be detrimental
trimming maintains the compact forms and shows off the plants' gorgeous hues. The 3 main plants thriving in this sunroom:The Purple Heart vine in the corner
shape for rhythm in different plants...large pots for plants, pic on wall
“paio” — bthompson6543
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