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Noland Landscape Design
6 Reviews
Noland Landscape Design
Ideabooks631
Questions2
big flowering tree for shade over deck bench.
central to zen a pink flowering plant
Benches with flower pot in the middle
Flowering trees near green roofed garden shed
Choose dwarf flowering trees with wooden bench
tree and rooftop flowers
Flowering plants against deck
Beautiful flowers!...roof top flower bed
“lovely rhodo” — jang1
Chelsea Pineda Interiors
4 Reviews
Hidden Hills Cottage
Ideabooks9,173
Questions5
fence shape and flower bed in foreground
serve inside the barrier. If the space has heavy pedestrian traffic, it is neighborly to plant some flowers on the exterior of the fence.
neighborly to plant some flowers on the exterior of the fence.Trees provide visual punctuation along a fence, but “it all depends on if you want contrast,” Nilsen says, “or if you want visual harmony.” For a cottage with direct sunlight and a white picket fence, some bright flowers can bring a welcome shot
“Arbor” — gailgilbertson
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks8,107
Questions7
What type of flowers are growing in between the flagstone?
flagstone with grass and flowers in between
Patio with flower beds
Purple flower ground cover
Flowers interspersed with stones.
flower and rocks carmel
Patio stone/Flowers...Purple flowers
“Carmel style” — Reginald Young Sr
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Bayside Retreat
Ideabooks2,578
Questions4
Thanks for the question. The plant with the pink flower is an astilbe. Off hand I don't know which variety though. There are several pink varieties. The broadleaf evergreen next to the hydrangea is a
Bugle weed and pink flowering frawns?
Purple leaves and flowers on stalks very aggressive
to the challenge is bugle weed (Ajuga reptens, zones 3 to 10), a rapidly spreading evergreen ground cover that creates a tight mat of foliage with flower spires in the early spring. It is worth noting that Ajuga can be somewhat invasive and should be sited only in locations where it can be contained
to the challenge is bugle weed (Ajuga reptens, zones 3 to 10), a rapidly spreading evergreen ground cover that creates a tight mat of foliage with flower spires in the early spring. It is worth noting that Ajuga can be somewhat invasive and should be sited only in locations where it can be contained
“stone pathway” — joany
Great Neighborhood Homes
Great Neighborhood Homes
Ideabooks3,430
Questions7
What do you like about this photo?white flower box
Basic flower box with crown molding edge
Sidewalk and flower beds
Walkway and flower boxes
Flower Boxes...Flower boxes??
“Walkway” — kjoy10000
ZAK Architecture
Back Elevation
Ideabooks615
Questions1
the use of a simple flower box is an excellent and affordable way to break up a space that would otherwise be too much cedar shake and not enough of anything else.
window with flower bed
windows and flower boxes
White trailing flowers
flower box second floor
Flower box...Flower pot window...flower boxes
“Shakes” — brutt09
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
A lovely blend of colors
Ideabooks1,264
Questions0
Terracing down the hill with beds, lawn
Nice combo of flowers
lovely flowers...Stone and flowers...Flower bed in patio...Raised beds
“Stone wall” — vmos
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Orono
Ideabooks46,255
Questions14
What type of flowering shrub is on the lower bottom right?
What is in the manicured beds. Miniature boxwood? A ground cover like vinca?
Ground level flower beds
combination walkways and beds
filler flowers...flower pots
“Arbusto c flor amarilla” — Malu Abate
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