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Zaremba & Company
4 Reviews
Quarton Garden
shaded patio
Shade To Partial Sun
Like the heather plants
retaining wall border plants
Planting around patio
rocks, whispy plants
Structure with plants
Plant formation...Plants around patio...curve mono planting
“It's vola as m'y patio” — desrochersg
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
LaMond Design
3 Reviews
What is the name of the grass like plant located to the right of the solid color hosta? Thanks
Cape island lower front plants
trellis with shade plants
plante à mettre devant
Like the patio and plants
Love the fence and plants
Plant name...Plants, patio...Plant placement...Spider plants
“Boundary” — chepaka
Blakely and Associates Landscape Architects, Inc.
Palm Beach Residence
check into shade tolerant ground cover
Areca(sp) reminds me of SE corner. Complemented by smaller plants. Vertical interest
with shade-tolerant ground covers. Turf grasses can have a hard time growing in the shade, but low-maintenance ground covers combined with stepping stones make an excellent alternative. Their deep green and finely textured foliage also makes the perfect backdrop for bold and leafy tropical plants.Whether
“Backyard” — crondinone
6 Reviews
Patios and Walkways
If only the plants woudn't burn up in Texas heat
ferns, rocks, tropical shade look
future side yard shade garden
Shade plants...plants walk way...lots of plants...Beautiful plantings...shade garden...Shade side yard...mixed plants...potted plant
“Plants are gorgeous” — slbham
Grant and Power Landscaping
4 Reviews
Wheaton Residence
As the landscape matures, plants need to be relocated and replaced in order to keep the original vision in mind and accommodate the always evolving space. As a full service company we are happy to add plants and help to redesign areas. Photo by Linda Oyama Bryan
We have decided now that we would like a solid roof on the pergola, for more shade and water proof. Any suggestions?
What are the green leafy plants on each side of the path? Will they do good in north Florida?
love these plants in the foreground
brick, stone, woodwork, plants, columns, lanterns, vegetation
To replace plants Paul doesn't like
colors and all of mommy plant crap
I love these plants -- want them mixed
“Columns andj bench” — kdi2004
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Hydrangeas conceals the driveway from sight and extends the view to the lower garden as one looks out from the house through the Zelkovas.They are planted between the hydrangeas and act as a first buffer to the busy street set behind the Lower Garden. Photo credit: ROGER FOLEY
are the white flowering plants a hydrangea plant?
What shrub can you plant between the hydrangea so the beds will look nice in the off seasons?
I've never seen white!! I have some hydrangea's, but the typical shades of pink/purple. I've been told that I can alter the color
do you live in and what are the sun requirements? Morning sun , afternoon shade?
The little low bushes between the beautiful hydrangeas and walkway provide a nice buffer. It's nice that they grow in the shade too. Are they evergreen? Could you please provide the name? I like the look
“Would look nice in our backyard ;)” — Fay Jenner
Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
NeMo (New Modern)
I agree the look like flat fold roman shades with top down
It looks like they are more of a flat pleat roman shade. Roller shades are typically more of a screen/mesh material.
I love the plant that adds color, I like the shades and tan
Shoji-look alike-shades
bedroom roman shades in reverse
The colors and the plant
Shades up going...Top/bottom shades...Window shades...Love the shades
“Bed” — daliaskr
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
A stone retaining wall supports the upper and lower plantings for this front entry.
Hello! What is the purple plant in the background?
like the red plant and the purple plant
Front yard wall with soft plantings
How to use it. Kousa dogwood is a wonderful ornamental tree for your yard. Use it as a specimen tree or in a grove. Because it is tolerant of partial shade, you may also use it at the edge of a woodland. If you want to keep your dogwood's blooming season going as long as possible, use it with flowering
“Dwarf pigmy barberry - red” — pnunlee
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