241 horsetail Home Design Photos

Falling Waters Landscape
11 Reviews
Rhee Residence
Ideabooks18,736
Questions11
To what coldest zone do the horsetail thrive, please? Thanks!
horsetail reed in planters surrounding water feature at pool. Can
horsetail in planters against far back wall? also, nice wood plank seating area
Horsetail plant also can create an effective, fast-growing screen. This hardy reed expands quickly to form an effective barrier — even around kids and
horsetail grows fast and is vigorous
“sectioned concrete” — salsadoc44
Lisa Parramore
4 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining - Poolside
Ideabooks2,109
Questions4
and ipe deck define the space under this Eichler's wide roof overhang. Horsetail growing in planters from Restoration Hardware and the low wall mitigate
Where did you get the containers for the horsetail?
Anyone know where I can get faux horsetail plants that look like these live ones?
Equisetum hyemale or horsetail are early to grow in containers but they need regular to ample water and
horsetail around patio in long planters
“Plants” — janewingett
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
Ideabooks3,954
Questions3
height and foliage form are important.Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the f
Equisetum...horsetail/scouring rush...Equisetum...horsetail Driveway...Green wall - horsetail reed...horsetail for front landscape...Horsetail reed. Yes!!
“Horse whip read” — Bollinger Construction
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Horst Architects
4 Reviews
Mintzer Residence - Entry
Ideabooks3,091
Questions4
The combination of the dark wall against the deep green of the Horsetail reed is great.
the plant is called horsetail. has been around since the dinosaurs. bamboo and aloe
when we move, bring horsetail along with us. love this use.
siding with contrast of stucco and horsetail reed
Yes, the plants are called horsetail.
“Horde whip read” — Bollinger Construction
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Shaded patio
Ideabooks11,416
Questions13
How is the horsetail contained and watered in this design? It looks fabulous in
Do you know what kind of horsetail? Also do you do work in Sacramento?
Horsetail. It needs to be contained as it spreads.
The horsetail is locked in by the wall and patio. A pre-installed drip line waters it
It's common name is 'horsetail'. The botanical name is 'Equisetum hyemale' Unless it is planted in a container
“How is the horsetail contained and watered in this design? It looks fabulous in such a small area.” “Horsetail. It needs to be contained
“pared piscina” — lauraviegas
Workshop M Architecture
1 Review
Museum District House
Ideabooks1,668
Questions1
Horsetail reed. Nice background plant. Need to know if it grows up north.
I like the horsetail reed...horsetail reed (equisetum hyemale)...Horsetail Reed
“Horsetail reed. Nice background plant. Need to know if it grows up north.” — dogmom5
Outer space Landscape Architecture
10 Reviews
Mill Valley Modern
Ideabooks738
Questions2
you're referring to the plant along the house, it's Equisetum hyemale (Horsetail). I've seen it get to about 8' ht, but you can keep it trimmed.
like the horsetail reed!...Use of Horsetail Reed...Horsetail plants...horsetail reed...Horsetail, can grow to 8'...Like the horsetail border...equisetum hyemale (horsetail)...Love the horsetail hedge
“horsetail” — sublimeus
AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Kensington
Ideabooks3,692
Questions4
Yes. The root invasive perennial's common name is horsetail, the botanical name is equisetum hyemale. Best used in confined areas. Culture. Best grown
The root invasive perennial's common name is horsetail, the botanical name is equisetum hyemale. Best used in confined areas.
The way horsetails are in bench.
“The wood screens” — abigail517
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