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CARL BALTON & ASSOCIATES
13 Reviews
Pride of Madeira
Ideabooks9,356
Questions8
Do you suppose in West Virginia, I could plant Pride of Madeira as an annual, and save seeds?
What are the plant varities shown? Thanks!
how do you plant the bougainvillea to grow on the top of the structure shown?
bougainvillea is native to South America, i think? so a desert environment would be ideal for it to grow. i dont know about the other plant but it is spectacular!!:)
Purple trellis ties into beautiful landscape
Climbing flowering plant mixed with a bushier plant up front.
Ideas for flower gardening-Bougainvillea's, cactus, etc.
is a purple showstopper that blends easily with the hot pinks of bougainvillea in tropical gardens.
Link the house and garden with strong colors. If anything shouts baroque, the simple yet stunning planting against the complementary coloring of this house does.We can see how the yellow again creates
“Just like the arbor” — ltriesch
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Shepard Design Landscape Architecture - AJ Shepard
8 Reviews
Tiburon2
Ideabooks2,177
Questions1
Great garden that is viewed from all parts of the home. It is an interior courtyard, using stone for the path and artificial turf for the lawn. Very low maintenance. Garden designed by Shepard Design Landscape Architects
Shepard Design Landscape Architecture - AJ Shepard
Thanks for writing, The roses are Iceberg tree standards, the plants along the path are Lithodora diffuse Alba and Lobulaeia maritima 'Carpet of Snow' - Sweet Alyssum.
Rock walkway surrounded by plants, grass
Side garden as a secret garden that is lush
“Garden path” — dedemcguire
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks6,383
Questions1
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
And the name of the upright plant in the foreground between the lavender and the Thrift? It almost looks like a juniper. Thanks!
The Grass is Blue Oat Grass, Helictorichons sempervires. A good non invasive clumping grass. The foreground evergreen plant is Pinus mugo mugo, Slowmound. A small tough pine. This variety of the mugo is smaller and more compact than the standard Mugo Pine.
garden with gorgeous low maintenance border
River rock dry stream bed edged in ice plant
color flower, plants and river rock
garden path and low-maintenance plants & grasses
Les allées et les plantesCertains végétaux aiment particulièrement la proximité des graviers. Présent sur la photo en grande masse violette, le thym, par exemple, n’hésitera pas à coloniser une allée recouverte de ces petits cailloux. Le secret de cette affinité ? La chaleur et le drainage assurés par
“purple flowers used” — 1singingrn
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Romantic Guesthouse Garden
Ideabooks1,678
Questions0
Garden, roses, lavender, paved steps recycled granite
What to plant with lavender
The beautiful mix of plants
Beautiful landscaping!
create a burm? Flagstone Plantings...maintain?
Garden walk and planting
Lush colorful plantings along walk
Stone stairs and gardens
plantings on side of path
The natural looking garden
Romantic Guesthouse Garden
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
Nice garden...Flower garden...lovely landscaping...Garden pass...plant types...Garden path...Planting along path...cottage gardens...perennial garden
“Ext colors” — Sustainable Living Envrionments
Terra Rubina
1 Review
Formal in Noe Valley
Ideabooks5,825
Questions3
What is the plant to the right and on top of the lattice?
These are 6" posts with a simple board fence in the background to which the lattice was added overtop and then painted a traditional British garden green. This is all custom.
Thanks for you answer, probably won't be using either of those, need an evergreen plant for the PNW. Maybe an espaliered sasanqua camellia?
lots of plants in a small space.
Maple trees can add a splash of color to your yard or garden.
back of garden - raised beds
On a smaller scale, plants can work in conjunction with fences or walls to expand their height. This may be done with small, ornamental trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian
“In front of client office windows!” — ben2003
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Gualala Sea Side Heather Garden
Ideabooks2,284
Questions1
Would this garden work in Colorado?
Heathers like good drainage, a modestly good sunny spot and slightly acid soil. Look for a plant called Calluna vulgaris , a type of erica ,which is cold hardy. Also look up some of these other plants: Erica and Daboecia, Most all conifers do well cold climates such as Colorado.
Our lake side garden more like this?
Front yard plantings. I like the mix of colour and texture.
like the fullness of plants, soft color, texture.
Perhaps your collection is a bit tamer than the one shown previously. The designer of the garden shown here created a spectacular display of heathers by grouping them together. By doing this she emphasized both their similarities and unique qualities. Additionally, the dwarf conifers interspersed throughout
“Plant slop hill” — kc4444k
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,216
Questions2
What type of plants are used?
Could you please tell me the plants use, most specifically the purple, the red in the planter, and is that a palm behind the red plant?
Like fountain feature and surrounding colorful plants
intresting idea. containing the plants with gravel around, or, another
Like the blending /placement of plants except the red one sticks out too much and seems out of place.
isn’t ideal.Plants are only as healthy as the soil you grow them in, and if you don’t match the plants’ needs to their environment, you’ll never have a thriving garden. Containers allow you to control the soil conditions in a discrete area, affording you the opportunity to grow water-loving plants in dry
“Fountain in center of garden” — jumpinglikecrazy
Tim Davies Landscaping
Harrisdale
Ideabooks7,717
Questions5
What's the name of the plant, can you please tell me?
The plantings behind the Agave's are Australian native rainforest LillyPilly, Acmena Smithii. Mike Anthony Landscape Designer
Like the plants behind the built in seating. The wood is beautiful too.
garden idea for new garden bed from tim davies landscaping
grade change, plantings to keep people from drop-off, and hybrid wall+fence systems if railing is necessary
“Here we see a particularly effective edge using both vegetation and a bench element. The natural edg” — belindaray
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