111,814 hillside planting Home Design Photos

Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Dry Creek Valley Home - A Pool For Sharing
What is the green plant with purple flowers in the foreground?
What are the big green spikey plants (NOT the ones with the purple flowers)? Thank you!
I'm not the land arch but I greatly admire this planting scheme. The tall grasses are Miscanthus, the whispy purple plant is perovskia and the wheat colored grasses are stipa. - beautiful garden.
hillside garden, comments list the taller plants
Low Water natural planting style on slope
Similar to what we are working with. Like the plants, bushes, and plants
landscape for back hill, big plants
“large rocks to hold back base of hill” — jcascioli
Sallie Hill Design
13 Reviews
Newton, MA House
Redesigned and replanted steep hillside with plantings and grasses that tolerate shade and partial sun. Added repurposed, reclaimed granite steps for access to lower lawn. - www.salliehilldesign.com - Photo: © 2013 Brian Hill
and shade plantings / grasses. Steep hillside with deep
Can you give me the names of some of the plants and shrubs here, please?
steep hill with numerous types of plants
Love this hillside planting bed on hill.
of property and plants around it look natural
Natural looking/ like plants were thrown in the air and planted where they landed.
like the woodland type plants with stepped path
Like the steps and the plants
Combination of grass and plant design
“steps” — irrepressible
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
only that privacy was important. Our main challenge was to find ways to provide the desired spirited and colorful landscape utilizing cooler climate plantings, and to push the limits on the abstract hardscape design without alienating the conservative community. We believe we have achieved our goals as both
encountered. The topsoil was stripped from the site prior to the start of construction and stored on an adjacent lot. We utilized a portable screening plant, processing the topsoil and adding about 1500 tons of additional purchased topsoil. We designed a modern and abstract concrete wall system to separate
screening was utilized to softly cloister the home and screen a large solar array that provides electricity for the home. A lush, almost tropical looking planting was provided for a large sunken area to offer relief to the lower living spaces. A rear terrace was constructed of exposed aggregate concrete. Near
“purple” — craigdevinney
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Northern California regional hillside
Grasses and perennials fill in this hillside garden, providing a wonderful walk to the pavilion overlook.
Hillside plantings ideal structure for our hillside project.
Planting on hill and pavers in grass
Grass-y hillside flowing down to lawn
wild looking planting on up slope
Garden wall and plant selection. Pathway
“looking for ideas for my yard” — ashertzer
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
A steep hillside is turned into a lush landscape using salvias, ornamental grasses, pomegranates and other easy care plants.
Can you share with me a list of plants, shrubs and tree's used here on this steep slope. It's truly fabulous. would love my steep hill to look like this. Rhoda Meade San Mateo, CA
We have a similar hillside, but in southern NH - zone 4 or 5. Salvia and ornamental
ornamental grasses are common here. Would any of these other plantings work here?
grasses towards the top of the staircase are Miscanthus species. Below them to the right is a salvia leucantha and a pennisetum grass. The orange plant below the pennisetum is a phygelius and below that are the David Austin hybrid roses. On the opposite side , starting next to the lawn and moving up
“grasses” — wbowerman
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Banyon Tree Design created a new front entry from the sidewalk to the front steps of this new contemporary home. The rockery was renovated with plants highlighting colors of the architecture.
What are the plants and trees that were used for the hillside?
How did you secure mulch to the hillside?
Hello! Could you please tell me what plants where used in this landscape?
Hillside retention with rock & plants
“slope design with rocks and plants”
Cool plantings on steep slope. Does not have "wall" per
“Landscape” — Stephanie Eyster/remedy.
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark'
San Francisco Bay Area hillside garden filled with Mediterranean plants and built-in stone bench. Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark', Lavender, Lavender Cotton. Photo: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Did you plant lavandula angustifolia and santolina chamaecyparissus?
appearance of the plantings on a steep hill.
color mix, the height on the plants, texture of plants
love the hillside plants and built in bench
Used: Lavendula x intermedia 'Provence' …and Santolini chamaecyparissus. The plant with the green foliage
Plant Hallmark in a mass, in a rock garden, or even in a living wall. For such a delicate-looking flower, this perennial is pretty tough and can survive in most applications. Imagine a sea of orange cascading down your difficult backyard slope or even a minor hint of tangerine peaking up from inside
“interesting wildflower mix -- green, white foliage and orange flowers for color” — eileenlundberg
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Westover Landscape Design Portfolio
tranquility. All are punctuated by superb stonework and elegant and unique plantings. You will find very little lawn here and instead find flowering shrubs, trees, perennials, grasses, and even unusual and striking annuals planted to delight human and butterfly visitors. This exquisite garden is the result
Love the plants and steps on this hillside.
LOVE tha natural-looking cascade of native plants along these stone steps!
plants don't look messy like so many beds do.
clumped hillside plantings for our back slopes
Love the naturalness of the path and the plants irregularity
midwest native plants: bluestem, columbine, bergamot, purple coneflower
to the larger world beyond your lot line. For example, I have a bird flyway along a tree line on my property, which links up to a small wood, so I planted a few more trees to fortify that line, along with an understory of berry-producing shrubs, like viburnum and serviceberry. Good luck!More: How I Learned
“steps” — deborah15026
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