11,130 evergreen container plants Home Design Photos

Koreman Landscape Company
2 Reviews
Our work
Ideabooks1,414
Questions3
Are the 5 plants juniper timo?
garden that contains other evergreens of various sizes, like boxwood, false cypress, dwarf pine and inkberry holly.
Mixed with other woody plants, creeping
mass planting of small conifers in front
Mixed with other woody plants, creeping juniper adds texture and contrast, especially when used with false cypress (Chamaecyparis spp) or blue spruce
think native — so they will grow tall and dense. When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important to select trees with strong wood to help prevent storm damage
selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind:The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground.The trees should be well adapted to your site’s growing conditions — think native — so they will grow tall and dense.When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important
“evergreen” — gayleen1
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Eagle Nest
Ideabooks15,800
Questions3
Love the look. Where can i get containers like this?
What plants are these? I love the look
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
might have been confused if brightly colored or patterned containers had been used.
container plants for deck top and by bedrooms
the containers and the succulents. ease of care here.
apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially with the differing variegated foliage, feels cohesive — it might have been confused if brightly colored or patterned containers had been used
“Pots w herbs” — janegibbens
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Beach House, Bainbridge Island
Ideabooks1,458
Questions2
What is metal wall Made of behind The plants?
Evergreen in pot maybe with begonia next to it?
Evergreen for pot at front door
5. Play with plant groupings. Decide whether you’d like to use single plantings or create a grouping of plants in each pot. “With the exception of succulent plantings, I have found that I prefer one plant per pot rather than elaborate displays. I then group pots together. This creates a cleaner look
“Pots” — Jacqueline Beasley
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Central Park West Apartment
Ideabooks1,634
Questions5
What are the plants on the right, please?
Can you tell me what the evergreens are on the left side?
the evergreens on the left side are Hollywood Junipers
The patio landscaping was done by a great landscape architect in New York City: David Vaucher. Sorry we don't have details about the plants for you.
Evergreens in containers. Kyle: yes again.
the sculpture in the potted plant
Love confirs and the size of the tubs and plants just works.
“Pots” — hodiekahn
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks14,972
Questions7
What are the plants that you used
Who is the manufacturer of the outdoor light behind the pot planting?
I'd like to plant some of these ideas and I can't figure out how to copy the photo.
This is the Berkeley light fixture from Arroyo Craftsman with the verdigris finish...I believe. However, we did not do the lights, just the container.
height, unique plants and drooping plants
The color of the pot & the plants
2. Bring in some plant life. Even if you don't have the space, time, or energy to have a summer garden, there are still plenty of easy and beautiful ways to incorporate plants into your home. A container garden is a perfect way to benefit from the beautiful flowers and herbs that flourish in the summer
“planter” — abbyluca
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks43,111
Questions20
a round rock pathway leads to a small seating area next to the water with a small fire pit. Low maintenance, drought resistant and salt tolerant plantings were used in mass and clumps. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what has become a neighborhood
We live in Gig Harbor, WA, would these plants grow here? If so, what are these? Thanks
What are the purple flowers and the tall plants in teh middle of them?
What is the reddish plant next to the Iris on the right? Is it 'Broom Plant'?
Would these plants grow in our location?
Is the gravel path laid on hardcore and the planting through a membrane? Does the gravel shift much given the slope and coastal location?
“Color scheme and gravel” — sumac16
Troy Rhone Garden Design
14 Reviews
Cottage driveway
Ideabooks2,257
Questions1
What's the name of the tall slim evergreen trees in this pic? Thanks!
Block winter winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense
plant evergreen trees on the west and north sides of the house to cut wind speeds by up to 85%
June Scott Design added this to 8 Reasons to Plant a Great Tree Block winter winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can cut wind speed by 85 percent. Keep in mind,
the warming rays of the afternoon sun on the west side of your home. Plant a west windbreak far enough away to allow the low, slanting afternoon winter sun to reach the house.
Block winter winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can
“Love the gate” — annejenkins1
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
Ideabooks1,222
Questions1
hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper plants
Noted: Great Design Plant: Creeping Juniper Holds Its Ground http://bit.ly/1hzukq4 #garden #design #plant
great ground cover - cascades over edges of containers
drought and neglect. And for gardeners in cold climates, creeping juniper offers visual interest and lends structure to a winter garden that contains other evergreens of various sizes, like boxwood, false cypress, dwarf pine and inkberry holly.
erosion controlSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Spring to fallDistinguishing traits. Creeping juniper does just as its name implies, spreading at a medium growth rate to form low mounds that cover the ground or cascade over the edges of containers.
“I love his plant, what is it?” — tinamaries
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