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Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks1,559
Questions2
What is the lush plant that borders the pond at the patio side?
I love the plant that runs along the pond edge from left to right adjacent to the patio. What is it?
Hi, sorry, but the homeowner planted this and it's hard to identify from the photo.
lots of plants in the pond.
plants over rocks around edge lovely
green low leafy plant by patio edge of pond
“half pavers half patio” — skatermom
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Fallingcliff
Ideabooks5,292
Questions6
What type of plant/flower is that purple one in the potted plan by the door?
Love the plants used in this yard
recessed entry, potted plants accent aproach to door.
containers that contrast with the surroundings, but here the muted colors of both the containers and the plantings fit in with the neutral colors of the building and hardscape. Though the succulent plantings are mixed within the containers, their similar tones easily blend together. The clever design trick
“Sedum Pots” — elementecodesign
Blakely and Assoc. Landscape Architects, Inc.
Palm Beach Residence
Ideabooks7,576
Questions2
Areca(sp) reminds me of SE corner. Complemented by smaller plants. Vertical interest
stepping stones make an excellent alternative. Their deep green and finely textured foliage also makes the perfect backdrop for bold and leafy tropical plants.Whether you live in Florida or New York, the mondo grass (Ophiopogon japonicus, zones 6 to 11) in this photo makes an excellent lawn replacement for
“Not the right zone but the idea is good of the planting beds and lawn areas.” — sdjonz
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Mountain Lodge
Ideabooks7,734
Questions1
composition that ground the home and define a variety of spaces for family gathering, entertaining and quiet reflection. Large caliper trees were planted to compliment the surrounding mature trees, providing a sense of permanence and timelessness. An existing pond was augmented and expanded for swimming
“Side yard” — Karen Garlanger Designs, LLC
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Rustic Beach Garden
Ideabooks2,161
Questions2
was keen to create a variety of spaces for plants and intimate areas for sitting within the garden. The heart-shaped layout creates several small usable areas for sitting out in a variety of conditions/seasons etc and creates interesting areas for planting. The garden also spills out onto the road reserve
The plant here is a native New Zealand plant, Scleranthus biflorus - or we could have used S. uniflorus, I can't recall - but they are both very similar.Neither will take much shade, they are a plant of riverbeds and semi-alpine areas and require an open, sunny situation with good drainage - or they
Moss (arenaria aurea), it looks very similar, just a richer green and not so mounded, more a flatter sheet, and a softer plant.If you can find a suitable spot for Scleranthus plant it with the top 1/2 in a gravel or pebble mulch, not soil. This replicates it's normal habitat and avoids the risk of it
“Beach garden” — iliveinsma
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Guest House Cottage Garden
Ideabooks1,618
Questions0
just add plants to the border?
Like the look of these tightly spaced with plants softening the edges
our garden Need some landscape plants to anchor
lush planting on sides
Rough Stone w plants
with shrubs and plants surrond
Garden plants and pathway
Walk way and plants...Path. Space. Plants
“Stone path” — Stephanie Hart
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Montclair Nj
Ideabooks14,596
Questions3
the Walls are all dry laid stone. They are retaining the grade for the patio that sit behind it. There is a planting bed and drainage system between the wall and patio to manage water during storms and abate any surcharge from the raised grade.
Island design with trees/plants/stones for the pond side of the house
Privacy created with plants on patin level and retaining wall instead of sloped
dry laid stone and raised planting bed for privacy
short stone wall, flat grassy area, color plantings at edges
lightly enclosed and screened by a soft planting of shrubs and perennials. (Ornamental grasses would have worked well here, too.) This strategically placed garden provides a second, and more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great
“Retaining wall” — cassireese
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks4,962
Questions3
what are the plants in the urn?
Love the color of the pergola and bench in same color set against the contrasting colored plants and flowers
urn with plantings in middle of garden
outdoor potted plant
urn with plants...plants in planter...the potted plant...planter plants...Plant selection...mulch & plants
“urn” — Jaye Battle LLC
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