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Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
taken of the roof deck (May 2012) by our client and show the wonderful planting and how truly green it is up on a roof in the midst of industrial/commercial
what is the green plant on the fence, ivy? thanks in advance
I'm sorry I can't answer that as I don't deal with the plants themselves - just the space. Thank you for your interest.
I would also like to know what the trailing plant is that is on the fence and on the arched trellis? Thank you!!!
benching with easy to store and retrieve cushions. Also like the overhanging shade structure.
against an existing wall or use one as a wall of its own. Arrange your plantings to create a sculptural centerpiece, as with this succulent garden, or place
what we need. Bench. Planting, privacy...Low hedge and high crawling plant...over arching shade and trained greenery
“Create a small seating area under trees/trellis” — Jennifer Adolph
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
Hi what kind of plant are the ground cover? Thanks in advance?
company. Would you tell me please what is the name of the very dark leafed plant next to the chartrusse Acorus? Thank you
this path gets more sun and is under an eave, so there are drought tolerant plants such as Sedum, Thyme and Sempervivum.
Love the different kinds of plants used here. Love the red tree. Great colors
Beautiful array of plants, also has a small stone path.
“side yard” — 3riversstudio
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
38 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Hi Cory, thanks for the question. Those are daylily plants, not ornamental grasses. We planted two types, Hyperion and Autumn Prince. Hope this helps
dogwood, Cornus alba 'Elegantisima' - a really beauty. More on this terrific plant from Monrovia here: ... Good luck with your project! Robert
dogwood against the fence - I miss having those - we should plant some
but divides the property into public and semiprivate spaces. The inner plants are arranged en masse, blocking the view of the curb from the house without
terrific plant from Monrovia here: ......set the fence back and plant in front...Some plants in front of front fence...Tall plants for front of house
“cottage” — PrestonNiki Maxwell
Unique Techniques
Streng Home
What are the plants? Where to get a similar bench
eastern states and most of these plants won't grow in CA but I like the woodsy look a LOT.
Maple and plants...Asian planting...contrasting plant material...Funky plants...the low plants...Plantings and pond...Shade To Partial Sun
“Garden” — William Prucknic
Modern Landscaping, Inc.
2 Reviews
Asian Themed Garden (Palo Alto, CA)
A formidable pallet of Asian style plant species along with traditional bamboo construction and meandering stone and gravel pathways.
I like the variety of plants - heights and textures. And yet, the garden still has an elegant simplicity.
Walkway with plants on both sides...Talk bamboo looking plants...Lush plants...Plant variety...Planting style and path...Shade To Partial Sun
“bamboo & ferns” — dainarddesigns
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
do this and was wondering what plants were used?
Is there a design plan for this garden, and a list of what plants were used? Thank you.
What zone is this garden in? (And I am also waiting to find out which plants were used as already asked
rotundifolia). Planted in spring after all danger of frost, it can easily grow to 6' tall in a matter of months. It's a great plant for cut flowers and
So, these plants do good in FULL sun? what are they called? thanks.
“SaveEmail 4. Think about color palette. Cottage gardens can incorporate every color in the rainbow,” — rugosa883
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
7 Reviews
Lincoln Park Garden Path
I love this path, what is the tree you planted?
Love the Serviceberry tree and other shade plants
Like the textures for front shade bed...shade plants, pavers...Mixing broadleaf plants...Quiet lots of interesting plants...Shade To Partial Sun
“concept of walk up from back then come to larger area at side patio” — kenandann
Shepard Butler Landscape Architecture
Stone Pool
Ferns between hardscape and main garden area Ferns prefer shade Also plant in serpentine
Plant for a suitable transition. How to soften borders and create
3. Plant for a suitable transition. How to soften borders and create appropriate transitions between spaces is a common garden dilemma. Since ferns range
transition between hardscaping and a forested area.Read more about gardens planted on the edge of nature
“3. Plant for a suitable transition. How to soften borders and create appropriate transitions between” — rugosa883
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