2,675 fern dry shade Home Design Photos

Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
6 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks13,799
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I am looking for shade plants that can tolerate dry conditions and that are deer proof. I
The grass is a Hakone Grass, Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'. It's shade tolerant and
Back yard is shaded. I love hosts and ferns.
The grass in the right foreground tolerates dry shadeis a Hakone Grass, Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'. It's shade tolerant and deer resistant! We cut ours back
Is this a dry Woodland area?...will tolerate dry shade. Thanks!...paver siyying area and shade plants
“Sitting area” — tandyklepper
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Gentlemen’s Country Estate
Ideabooks5,166
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appeal of this small shaded space. Other pluses: the stone benches, charming statuary and lush plants — among them hostas, ferns and boxwood.
benches, charming statuary and lush plants — among them hostas, ferns and boxwood.
Blue walls, varied shade. hostas, fern and boxwood plus others. Statuary, stones.
appeal of this small shaded space. Other pluses: the stone benches, charming statuary and lush plants — among them hostas, ferns and boxwood.
off the plantings beautifully, is just part of the appeal of this small shaded space. Other pluses: the stone benches, charming statuary and lush plants
“Color pared” — paulina_lp
Shepard Butler Landscape Architecture
Barnard Farm
Ideabooks280
Questions0
The ferns add another dimension to the pavers and gravel between
Concrete + ferns...Dry laid walkway...Path to Forest with ferns...Great use of fern....steps ferns
“Concrete + ferns” — Art Institute of Seattle
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
53 Reviews
Iron Shade Arbor
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and foxtail ferns that spring up from a spread of river rock that punctuates the ends of the walkway. The meditative quality of the shade arbor is reinforced
This shade arbor, located in The Woodlands, TX north of Houston, spans the entire length of the back yard. It combines a number of elements with custom
The most unique design element in this entire project is the roof of the shade arbor itself. It features a “negative space” leaf pattern that was designed
columns, furniture, plantings, and gravel with a blend of dappling and shade that make you feel like you are sitting under the branches of a tree. At
and foxtail ferns that spring up from a spread of river rock that punctuates the ends of the walkway. The meditative quality of the shade arbor is reinforced
“gravel under pergola, brick border, widen beds” — mimimimi
Confidence Landscaping, Inc.
Confidence Landscaping, Inc.
Ideabooks2,968
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Shade plants in beds lining a rocky path.
shaded path...Ferns Water Shade...shaded appearance...path with ferns and plants...Love this use of shade...Path, ferns playhouse
“laandscaping” — mrkfried
Robinson Environmental Design
2 Reviews
Contemporary English Garden
Ideabooks1,498
Questions0
I love this. Possibly tree ferns, sago palms, phormium, and clivia?
Fern bed...plants for shaded area...The use of fern
“I love this. Possibly tree ferns, sago palms, phormium, and clivia?” — jenniferruth
Historical Concepts
5 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Ideabooks73,219
Questions17
I can see there is fern, hydrangea, potato vine. Can anyone identify the very fine leafed fourth
These really are lovely plantings and in shade to boot. I have never seen a fern used this way. Beautiful. Flowers and plants are the
the architects and not landscape professionals. This looks like a mix of ferns, hydrangeas and perhaps potato vine, but I'd take the picture to your local
Hydrangeas, sweet potato plants, Dallas fern
Flower pots with hydrangeas and ferns
“Pendant light location” — George Trout
MESA Landscape Architects, Inc
MESA Landscape Architects
Ideabooks4,043
Questions3
degrees from existing porch. They have significant drainage issues and the dry stream is to allow for some infiltration and to direct away from home.
Porch extends out like bridge over dry creek bed eith landscaping between house and walkway
Love the house, shade, and colors...Dry streambed under bridge...Shade front...dry stream bed...Dry creek bed...Dry streambed...Dry river bed...Love the dry creek bed...deeper dry creek bed...trees with dry creek bed
“Stone drainage built into landscape” — carvercara
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