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Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
32 Reviews
Koi Ponds
What is the name of the pink and red flowers?
The low flowers are Begonias. The taller flowers are Knockout roses. Thanks.
This is beautiful! What is the tall,dark, purple plant on the left side of the photo?
Smaller version of this to plant pyramidal boxwood
the green hedge boundary, very pretty with flowers added
really low hedge in front of plants & flowers
Front of the hse flower beds
“nice” — dana1dir
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Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2012 ALE: The Grotto Garden
Did you use any special material between the rocks for plant growth? I was going to use black earth
Intimate seating Stone surface Retaining wall with plants
Planting in crevices can be a simple statement of appreciation for plant form and texture, as shown in the previous photo, or a celebration of color and
you take careful note of your climate and microclimates and find suitable plants to them.
wall with plants, looks shade friendly
“Like stones for patio” — dwilds1
Letz Design Landsape
5 Reviews
Rancho Pennasquitos
What type of flora did u plant in here ?
I am familiar with Tucson's plant pallet as I have family there. This pallet does not work in Arizona. Although I am certain, other grasses, succulents
This is a Mediterranean Plant Pallet, New Zealand Flax, Mexican Sage, Ornamental Grasses, blue chalk sticks
Mix of flowering plants, ground cover, stones, and mulch
Love the look of rocks and taller plants
le paillis risque d’enfermer le froid dans le sol et de fragiliser vos plantes.
High desert plants and ground cover
“Minimal water” — Kennedy Maswaure
NatureWorks Landscape Services, Inc.
1 Review
Planting Beds
What kind of plants are at the bottom right?
What are the low plants at the front edge of the plantings?
border right among the plants, giving you a front-row seat for watching butterflies and smelling the roses. Add lots of plants behind and to each side
side to create a leafy enclosure. Fragrant plants in such an intimate space would be a delightful bonus.
coziness the plants give to the bench
“That Place” — lindarosa55
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
2 Reviews
catching the aroma of some beautifully fragrant flowers while walking down a path. Sweetly perfumed flowering plants can give you a sensory connection with the
sensation; just choose plants with aromas that suit your nose. And don’t limit yourself to fragrant flowers when there are so many plants that release delicious
amazing lavenders, which pack a double punch for having fragrant flowers and foliage. 8 Plants for a Deliciously Fragrant Fall Garden Contemporary Landscape
mind when selecting plants. If your path is likely to carry heavy traffic from time to time, you would be wise to ensure that plants located on the very
or flagstone paving. The fragrance is released when the plants are stepped on. Look at plants such as low-creeping Thymus, Pratia pedunculata or Corsican
“Pool” — Alan N Michele Rutherford
Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
2 Reviews
Tulips and other plants make your yard look beautiful, but they can make your dog very sick; be sure to keep them separate.
animals by learning about the dangers of mixing certain plants with pets. Full story: 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets
Tulips and other plants make your yard look beautiful, but they can make your dog very sick; be
“Wow, the lillies, I love lillies” — Anetta Banda
Katia Goffin Gardens
7 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
lower garden as one looks out from the house through the Zelkovas.They are planted between the hydrangeas and act as a first buffer to the busy street set
are the white flowering plants a hydrangea plant?
What shrub can you plant between the hydrangea so the beds will look nice in the off seasons?
Love this backyard, the flowers compliment the color of the stone so well!
Hi Kevin- I would not recommend planting another shrub in the hydrangea beds for winter interest. The shrub in winter
winter has its own architectural presence in the winter - additional plants would make it look crowded.
like the wall and the idea of a long-blooming simple colorful flower. would take our plants a few years to reach this scale
stone border between grass and plants
“Garden” — alisonbanks
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
lawn, what type of grass was planted? Was it seeds, seedlings or carpet like? Thnx
Love the layers of upper, higher plantings
background blossoming plantings? The bushes around them?
The large white flowering shrubs are double file viburnums. In the under-story / foreground are various
accurate information without more details about the area you are interested in planting. (Ex. Sunlight exposure, moisture, soil type) . Our recommendation would
the white flowering are double file viburnums
this is the look for you. A fairly large footprint is necessary — think planting beds 8 to 24 feet deep — to achieve this look.
“Bridal wreath planted out front” — aberdeen84
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