13,455 full sun plant Home Design Photos

Scott Edwards Architecture
West Hills Remodel
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Love row of plants like this for kitchen table. Row of candles on lounge table and plants behind sofa
your indoor space. Plants that need full sun outdoors will be the most difficult to keep happy inside. Make room for your full-sun plants near a south-facing
sunlight. Partial-sun plants can go in a room with east- or west-facing windows. If there is nowhere in your home that gets enough sun (and you are committed
committed to keeping those plants), you can rig up a plant light to see them through the winter. All houseplants should be positioned away from drafty doors
Line up three plantsA long dining table cries out for a row of three objects. Candlesticks, vases
“Sliding Drs but not barn” — donaraepicton
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Eclectic Gardens
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Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’ will spread to 4 feet with maturity in full sun; the plants have silver-blue needles, which provide good visual contrast.
Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’ will spread to 4 feet with maturity in full sun; the plants have silver-blue needles, which provide good visual contrast.
of decks are great; so too are thick hedges and shrubs, or just densely planted areas (the latter provides more wildlife value to tons more species than
“For the terraces” — gaylejeanette
MAGDALENA & MGS Architecture
7 Reviews
Entry Steps
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Zone USDA 6-11, tolerates full sun but performs best in a partial shade, prefers slightly acidic, well drained soils. Happy planting!
Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’ will spread to 4 feet with maturity in full sun; the plants have silver-blue needles, which provide good visual contrast.
foreground is Dwarf Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon) Zone USDA 6-11, tolerates full sun but performs best in a partial shade, prefers slightly acidic, well drained
so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to
features like stairs, pathways and boulders. Create planting pockets around established plants and intersperse interesting perennials, ornamental grasses
“I like the angled steps making it up the height. Might camouflage a raised first level.” — dselford
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Architectural Gardens, Inc
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Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
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dogs, keeping the old lawn in good shape required constant effort. The new planting scheme meets the client's goal to reduce maintenance
grows well in full sun and is often used as an edging plant. Large clumps can be divided in autumn after flowering to create new plants. Popular cultivars
Liriope - full shade. comes in variegated form
grows well in full sun and is often used as an edging plant. Large clumps can be divided in autumn after flowering to create new plants. Popular cultivars
to 1½ feet tall. It tolerates a wide range of soil conditions and grows in sun to light shade, and although it is drought tolerant once established, it does
States, and can handle light foot traffic on occasion. Growing tip: Place plantings 1 foot apart and lightly mulch between them to discourage weeds until your
“Liriope muscari” — florapost
Creative Design by Lauran LLC
15 Reviews
Pride of Madeira in Full Bloom
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Is this a good plant for a small
Pride of Madeira in Full Bloom...What is this plant?...like this plant
“madeira” — chinjee
WA design
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Berkeley Courtyard House
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hi there, can you tell me the name of the silvery green plant? thanks
species Water requirement: Regular water while blooming Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: Varies by species Tolerances/environmental benefits: Drought
love these plants concept, textured and soft colours
the surrounding foliage.Planting notes. Cotton lavender is a typical Mediterranean native — it is tolerant of full sun, full heat and needs sandy, we
speciesWater requirement: Regular water while bloomingLight requirement: Full sunMature size: Varies by speciesTolerances/environmental benefits: Drought
globe varieties, have become very popular as accent plants. Here they stand over a mixed planting of 'Cotton Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and
I feel it is a curry plant/bush...Love the mix of plants and colors
“Onion” — fourtay22
Domus Nova
St Luke's Mews, Notting Hill, London
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potted trees, plants, and some attached to the OUTSIDE OF FENCE. i could plant herb garden and full sun plants
potted plants
“Furniture” — ratherton
Field Outdoor Spaces
15 Reviews
Minneapolis Eco-yard
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I love this look. Can you give me the names of all the plants seen here?
fades by the taller, summer-blooming perennials they’re planted under.
Black eyed Susan - full sun to light shade
Black-eyed Susan ('Rudbeckia Hirta') 1' tall, 3' wide Full Sun to Partial Sun Bloom: Summer to Fall
almost all Rudbeckia, it prefers full sun.
Plant for all seasons — or at least three of them. There are very few plants that bloom prolifically from spring
ne,’ also called ‘Autumn Sun’, and ‘Goldsturm’. To make things just a bit confusing, one of the common names for these plants is coneflower, a name also
Glorious Black-Eyed SusanHumans aren’t the only ones who love this plant. Bees, birds and butterflies also flock to it. Plus, it’s easy to grow and
“Pretty. Wild. Nice.” — peggydee62
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