75,864 foliage texture Home Design Photos

Tim Davies Landscaping
3 Reviews
Harrisdale
Ideabooks1,258
Questions1
2. Mix foliage texture. Notice here how the designer contrasted the texture of the different foliage — the matte spikiness of the
Mix foliage texture. Notice here how the designer contrasted the texture of the different foliage — the matte spikiness of the
2. Mix foliage texture. Notice here how the designer contrasted the texture of the different foliage — the matte spikiness of the agave against the shiny
from the design or the hard landscaping material.More tips on mixing foliage texture
“Agaves” — paul_steph_canham
Tony Blackford Landscaping & Paving
Mount Martha
Ideabooks527
Questions1
Using a range of rock sizes and pebbles adds texture and interest to a garden. Create drama with a focal point that draws the
Using a range of rock sizes and pebbles adds texture and interest to a garden. Create drama with a focal point that draws the eye and mix smaller groups
foliage texture...Red Foliage
“chic and consistent nod to modernism” — gingermeggs
Le jardinet
Sunset Shades
Ideabooks862
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Building layers of color and texture in a garden creates depth and interest. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
Sunset Shades - Building layers of color and texture in a garden creates depth and interest.
layers of foliage...different colors and textures...colors and textures
“Sunset Shades - Building layers of color and texture in a garden creates depth and interest.” — Lillian Egleston
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Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Globe thistle (Echinops ritro)
Ideabooks186
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show to best advantage when it's paired with plants with contrasting foliage textures, such as daylilies (Hemerocallis spp), tall garden phlox (Phlox paniculata)
show to best advantage when it's paired with plants with contrasting foliage textures, such as daylilies (Hemerocallis spp), tall garden phlox (Phlox paniculata)
(Oenothera macrocarpa) — around the base of globe thistle to hide the lower foliage, which can get a bit ratty looking.
in a perennial border, cottage garden or wildflower garden. Its coarse texture and interesting blooms stand out in both formal and informal designs. Position
“globe thistle. gotta have some” — spinal69
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Romantic Sanctuary, La Jolla, CA
Ideabooks3,048
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Note the constrast of foliage texture and color, in additon to the composition in general. To get a similar
Note the constrast of foliage texture and color, in additon to the composition in general. To get a similar look, try:Thriller: Cape Rush (Chondropetalum
“An intersting combo of plants for the planter. Looks like juncus (vertical plant), an ice plant vari” — Courtney Olander
Exteriorscapes llc
5 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks9,455
Questions2
Creative use of color, form and texture. Beautiful and eye catching.
Once you have your foliage texture sorted, you can look to all of the other sources of texture for your garden: flowers, bark, fruit
the warm end of the spectrum and the turquoise glazed pot and trailing foliage providing the cooler notes on the scale.
or the top 8 to 10 inches from large pots. Spent soil and nondiseased foliage can go straight to the compost pile. I wait until the warmer days of spring
fruit, seeds etc. Have fun!More: Guides to growing great foliage plants
gorgeous combo of colors and textures
“Arrangement” — lyn1966
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,778
Questions0
grouping of many, but different textures and heights
Different textures and red highlight among the grays and greens
denser and more massive, providing a backdrop for the broad swaths of foliage texture.
Soft grasses variety in color, texture...pattern and texture...total coverage with texture
“Nice natural stone walkers with growth between stones” — mkuers
Strata Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Marin
Ideabooks406
Questions0
combination of large and small leaves, and simple and linear foliage textures.
Garden LEAF TEXTURE The succulent garden shown here is a dynamic combination
and small leaves, and simple and linear foliage textures. Allows brain to distinguish the plants.
dynamic combination of large and small leaves, and simple and linear foliage textures.
dynamic combination of large and small leaves, and simple and linear foliage textures.
“for plant reference” — malaikakusumi
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