10,025 fig vine Home Design Photos

Angela Free Design
San Francisco Pied á terre
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The table base is a found strangleroot vine - topped with a round of glass - all custom. Tks!
In the adjacent dining room, a table base crafted from tentacle-like strangler fig vines adds a rustic element, tempered by elegant chairs with cotton velvet seats.Floor lamps are not often found in dining rooms, but this room has two. “I really like the low ambient light a lamp provides,” says Free
In the adjacent dining room, a table base crafted from tentacle-like strangler fig vines adds a rustic element, tempered by elegant chairs with cotton velvet seats.Floor lamps are not often found in dining rooms, but this room has two
“dining room” — iammesmiles
Thompson Custom Homes
6 Reviews
Bordley
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What kind of vine is growing in there? Is it supported or self supporting?
That is creeping fig. Self supporting.
That vine is "creeping fig".
creeping fig is the vine . boston Ivy is the one that changes color. what we have is english
Like the design, not the vines
lights and vines...Vines and light...Creeping fig...Creeping Fig Vine...vine on house
“Floors” — jilliantaylor
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Beneath Starry Skies
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table with grill in middle with vines hanging over for shade
Wood doors at BBQ and fig vine on casita
Climbing fig vine on wall, brick patio
Fig vine on walls...climbing vine....Climbing Vine...Fig vine
“BBQ stand” — keneilwepops
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Avila Valley Estate
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what are the plants called that vine/grow on the walls? we live in florida and are looking for something that is hardy and will grow fast to cover a garage wall. thank you
About how long does it take for the creeping vine to grow 5 feet?
The vine to the left is a Ficus pumila or Creeping Fig to the right is a pyracantha trained as a hedge.
the archway with the vines, balcony www.luminosodesign.com
Creeping Fig and pyracantha on walls
Creeping Fig to grow on walls
“Cuadros de cemento/ext” — carlabarletta
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Casa Smith's California Garden
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Mandevilla vine (the one in the pot)
Mandevilla vine, fig vine
Mandevilla Vine and fig vine
vines on wall...Mandevilla vine...traveling vine...Fig Vine...Mandevilla Vine
“creeping flowering plant - mandevile” — shilpisharmapatel
Fig & Vine Garden Design
Fig & Vine Garden Design
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Fig & Vine Garden Design
Fig & Vine Garden Design
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Pedersen Associates
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Pedersen Associates - Residential - Tiburon, CA
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what kind of vine is growing on the walls?
This is Ficus pumila, Craaping FIg
creeping fig ivy with purple plants with 18inches of space. Nice wall fountain.
Gravelly space. Floating pavers and creeping vines
Creeping fig, fountain
vines covering wall.
Vine cover cinder block
Climbing fig on garage wall
creeping fig...nice vine...Wall and vine...Climbing fig...Vine covered wall...pea gravel vines...
“Wall” — r48091
Verdance Landscape Design
Classical entryway
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Creeping Fig was something we saw/had in South FL - Would any of these plants work in Southern IN??
creeping fig was something we saw/had in South FL. Lovely application. I'm particularly interested in the Italian
That "hedge" actually is a vine on the fence: evergreen creeping fig, or Ficus pumila.
As landscape architects in Illinois I can advise you that neither the fig nor cypress would survive outside in the Midwest. Try Skyrocket Juniper or other juniper species. Also try cultivars of Chamaecyparis - false cypress
Thanks for asking! The "hedge" behind the juniper trees actually is a wall covered in Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila). The large shrub in the back corner is English Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus).
“Walkway” — susiebeagle
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