264,762 entry plant Home Design Photos

Marcus Gleysteen Architects
2 Reviews
Coastal Living Entry 2
designer used limelight hydrangeas to flank the door, creating a welcoming entry porch.Related: Vase Shapes Set Shrubs Apart
honeymoons there!).Why not recreate the same feeling at your house? A welcoming entry at home is critically important to boosting your mood. But how do you go
interspersed throughout the garden. Play around with some pink-hued flowering plants to replicate that iconic colour palette, and you’re on your way!
what product is used on the entry way...tall plants for next to door
“Enter right into dining” — dreamhouse45
Taylor Lombardo Architects
3 Reviews
Taylor Lombardo Architects
what plant is that and where to find it in idia
love the plants over this and with the double doors
the ability to grow plants, flowers and succulents all year long. A stunning way to spruce up your patio or backyard is planting vines and flowers with
support long, flowing plants. Most vines and climbers can be trained to crawl in a general direction, but it's important to know which plants require different
si vous disposez d’un perron, ne le négligez pas ! Arbustes, fleurs et plantes en pots seront vos plus beaux atouts pour une entrée agréable et chaleureuse
“Clematis montana” — fosterpatty
Avant Garden
5 Reviews
Kentfield Contemporary Garden
English style entry planting photo by Galen Fultz
I love the drought resistant plantings. I live in Davis where it gets hot in the summer. For that reason, I love the Russian
Love the plantings. Thought the peak color complimented the garden well.
should do ok as long as it is not too hot of a location like the desert. Plants are English boxwood, Cotinus 'Royal Purple', Nepeta, Lavender, Roses, and
oh, by the way I live in So Cal. think the plants will do well? thank you!
I like everything in this photo, the landscaping and flowers and the entry
Stunning entry way with Nepita, Rose's, Lavender and vines!
plants are english boxwood , cotinus, roysl purple
Consider an entry gate or fence. What better place to set the tone for your home than at its entrance? By doing so thoughtfully, you can pull your home’s
“flowers” — firstbigproject
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Entry garden with deer resistant plantings: boxwood, Japanese forest grass & nepeta. Pea gravel courtyard & flagstone walk.
me the name of the plant with light green leaves please
Gorgeous... do you recall what you have planted in the planters on
porch? Any insight is appreciated as I am looking for large scale shaded plants for my planters.... thank you!
Actually, I take no credit for the plants in the containers as my client planted them!! I think they are coleus and begonias and abutilon
That is Japanese Forest Grass - hakonechloa macro 'Aureola'. Best in part shade. One of my favorite plants!
I meant the plant with light green almost yellow leaves spilling onto the pathway
love to plant Angel Wing Begonias.
“Landscaping neights” — jjeweston
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
10 Reviews
Front Doors and Entries
where is the arched entry door from?
entry - arc top door, wall niche
example of entry...covered arch entry tower...entry. upstairs balcony...EXTERNAL ENTRY ARCH...Pot for plants...Front Doors and Entries
“?” — mary454
Michael Lee Architects
4 Reviews
Herron Residence
s to line an interior hallway with a border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality.
light filled, utilizing line and glass to their full potential. Without plantings, however, the hallway would seem boxlike and lifeless. The addition of
When plants show up in surprising places, you have achieved the idea of spontaneity
“paint color + wood” — ashley1970
Tatum Building Corp
Tate Lane
Front entry way...Front entry...simple entry way
“Door” — jamietate
Valerie Wilcox: Photographer
Toronto Home
Valerie Wilcox
“TARDIS blue door with eight panels.” — mamegved
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