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What kind of plants are those in the window?
shades and potted plants on window sills
plants on windows is a great effect for sun rays
Repetition is used with the plants and windows. There are two plants and the same shade so that creates repitition. This makes the space look different because
windowsill with a row of identical plants for a clean, simple look.
5. Repetition: The repeated use of elements (plants) to create a pattern or sequence. Applying repetition with respect to houseplants is greatly dictated
tastes lean toward modern, try filling a windowsill with a row of identical plants for a clean, simple look.
“Spikes plants in pairs” — brendaegbe
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lomandra and dianella are perfect plants for the natural garden, as are New Zealand flaxes and flax-like plants such as
Hardy to drought and heavy traffic Paths can become hot, dry zones in the garden due to reflected heat. Depending on your climate, this could
are perfect plants for the natural garden, as are New Zealand flaxes and flax-like plants such as astelia and libertia.
and the individual characteristics of different plants.
Tactile plants. Along with fragrant plants, as mentioned above, ones that are soft or interesting
, lomandra and dianella are perfect plants for the natural garden, as are New Zealand flaxes and flax-like plants such as astelia and libertia.
What are the grass plants called?
“loved the look” — sandyfas
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
employed to maintain the oaks on the 4 acre property, care was taken to plant and irrigate in such a way as to protect the mature trees.
lynnlandscapedesign.com - Back yard shade garden using classic garden favorites, including Hydrangea, Heliotrope and Ajuga. A path from the pergola leads
details of plantings in this photo! Thanks
What kind of grass is this? Love it! Will it grow in the shade
to keep certain plants like morning glories and ground covers in control the professionals put leave the plants in the pot when the plant them?
what are the low growing ground cover plants along the edge?
.....and the intermediate sized plant right behind it? I recognize the hydrangea of course
the ground cover in front (ajuga?) - what plant is this? Looks like the same plan as on the y
“Curve of the border” — Janice Gordon
appear at the end of the blooming season, and lie patiently dormant on the plant throughout the winter, waiting for next spring. They can become very tall
Alaska cedar, Nootka false cypress, yellow cedar. average to dry soil full sun to part shade.
requirement: Average to somewhat dry soil; 1 inch of water per week until established Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: Up to 60 feet
evergreens and plants front yard privacy
requirement: Average to somewhat dry soil; 1 inch of water per week until establishedLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Up to 60 feet
Red and pink plant? What is it?...plants that thrive in acidic soil
“Privacy trees and bushes” — Torey Worron
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
Noted: Great Design Plant: Creeping Juniper Holds Its Ground ... #garden #design #plant
The plant­ing here is a lovely mix of the tall grass Mis­cant­hus sinen­sis 'Morn­ing Light' with lower ground cover plants, i
updated cultivars of childhood plants. Who doesn't remember the huge, gangly junipers from childhood? I'm not suggesting you plant a stand of those monsters
degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zone 4; find your zone)Water requirement: Medium to dry soilLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 12 to 20 inches tall with a spread
hedges are understandably rare. You may sometimes see large window boxes planted with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable
“Juniper” — windleaf
Shelley Gardea
View of Xeriscape Garden
orange plant in the back? Very beautiful design!
This is one of the most inspiring xeriscape examples on houzz. Can you please name the plants shown
examples of the xeroscape landscaping. If you want to find out about each plant and the names, please contact Scott Ward of White Sage Gardening. He is the
This is NOT the look I am aspiring too. To sparse and dry.
This xeriscape garden may not have a large array of plants, but the plants that are in place are so striking that the space feels full. Setting
allows the homeowner to enjoy the individual beauty of every plant.
Drought-tolerant plants like succulents actually prefer less water.
“Shapes color texture” — rgiussani
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
Please tell me the name of the blue plants and the orange plant. Thanks
design grow in some sun but afternoon shade?
The lovely red tinged plants. What are they?
What are those orange plants called?...Plant name...Will plants in this design...choice of plants / ground cover / rocks...Plants for dry garden...interesting plant......Dry garden...Like the orange colored plant...color of plants...plant mix. succulents....Orange plant...I love Paddle Plants...The plants
“Colors” — raheming
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
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Central Park West
Hi Jeffrey, can I know the plants here ?Thx
have plainer leaves than more recent introductions. And I think the small plants with dark green leaves are probably Ajuga Chocolate Chip.
carefully grouped containers planted with a mixture of foliage plants echo those in the raised beds behind, pulling the planting into the intimate decked area
spaces, ruralist planting ideas can be applied. In this small yard, every available space, raised bed and container has been closely planted with a wide mixture
mixture of species. Ruralist planting, even on this scale, can provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants used as well as by the garden's
Heuchera.Common name: SedgeUSDA zones: 5 to 9Light requirement: Partial sun to shadeWater requirement: Medium to wet moistureSize: 9 to 12 inches tall and 1 foot
the boarded in plants and pots
“Container plants” — becky56lynn
what vegetables can be planted and grown in semi shade to shade areas ?
I have veg. garden area that is part sun part shade
To dry wall or not to dry wall???
We are thinking of dry walling between beams and painting the covered ceiling a summer haze shade. The beams will be stained dark like the crown on the...
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