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Period Architecture Ltd.
Cold Springs Farm
the brick walk way and plants
Pathways and plantings
The plants along the wall
Plants on the sides...The planting...Plants by wall
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Dufner Heighes Inc
Using plants to hide sharp corners
Courtyard Garden, include some potted plants, garden chairs in green (single seater) I already have just need a good wooden bench treated for weather protection and cute garden table.
table looks like a flower from above.Can you say "sweet retreat"?
Spring-fresh furnishings with strong, sculptural lines spark this otherwise basic patio. The sea green of the bench and chairs brings out the greens of the plants, while the tabletop evokes the impression of flower petals.
7. Soften corners with plants. Sharply angled corners are not only a challenge to decorate, but if left empty they can make a space feel cramped and uncomfortable. Fill in tight corners with potted plants to soften the angles — tall plants and topiaries work especially well.
Grant and Power Landscaping
to other areas of the property including the in-ground pool. The orientation of the main entertaining area and pool deck combined with purposeful plantings keep the pool hidden. Photo By Linda Oyama Bryan
like the ways the paths come off the patio and seem to integrate into the flower beds
Plants border pathway stone shape
Patio material, and plants/ trees
Plants at end of grass
outdoor potted plant
plant pots...Plants meet patio...Flooring plants...tall potted plant...white flowers
Creative Atmospheres, Inc.
What is the name of the yellow plant next to the Chinese flame tree?
Hello, the plant on the right is called Anigozanthos or Kangaroo Paw. If you are referring to the small ground cover on the left, that is called Sedum 'Angelina'.
variety of plants and forms and textures
Cassia tree with mustard yellow plants below
White rock and mix of colorful plants. Loving the yellow!
Winder Gibson Architects
Pacific Heights Home Patio
Plantings between privacy fence and short wall
Create a wall and a stair then plant trees and
beautiful wall with cap for sitting and grass! Like the plantings
Retaining wall & flowers
wall and plantings for privacy
simple garden plantings
plants on side...Flowers. Wall....privacy planting...yard plants...planting bed
Van Zelst Inc
Lake Geneva, WI Residence (A)
Although there are many low maintenance garden plants and landscapes, a maintenance free landscape or garden does not exist. Maintenance free is in the eye of the beholder. The easiest way to a maintenance free garden is to have a landscape or fine gardening landscape contractor take care of it for
Like the depth of the dry creek bed and plantings.
Plants and flowers. Shade to azaleas
Ornamental grass and shade plants with river rocks
variety of plants along the bank. Stream bed is 2-3 feet deep and rocks line all of the sides. Actual bed consists of the same rocks as line
Tych & Walker Architects
North Myrtle Beach Residence
I love the tall plant in the left side. Which plant is that?
The plants make this seem like the outside
Plants, plants, plants.
Love all the plants.
Freshness of plants indoors
Plants on the ground
hanging flower baskets
more plants...potted plants
Sutton Suzuki Architects
had anticipated doing so. A tree or flower planted today for a specific location might not be suited for it in 10 or 20 years. This means looking more closely at drought- or monsoon- tolerant and adaptable species. This kind of creative thinking will help the plants and your budget down the road.
Plant for the future. You know that saying about planting a tree today is for future generations and not for you? Well, the same could be said about almost any garden plant, especially long-lived perennials. The USDA categorized 50 percent of the
tree or flower planted today for a specific location might not be suited for it in 10 or 20 years. This means looking more closely at drought- or monsoon- tolerant and adaptable species. This kind of creative thinking will help the plants and your budget down the road.See great reasons to plant a tree
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