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Gardens by Gabriel
6 Reviews
Blooms of Color!
Ideabooks4,706
Questions2
I would like to know what all of the plants are in this picture.
Is this on a slope and what kind of soil do these plants like? Thank you Edith Bond
these plants especially the yellow yucca, but we are in zone 5A
It's a slope indeed. All plants enjoy well drained soil, and a frost free environment. Some of the heavy hitters of this composition are Yucca 'bright star', Senecio,Leucadendron 'Pisa', and kniphofia thompsonii.
planting = suck + space + chips + stone
Great plantings with out thorns, but low water and will handle heat and sun.
The colors and style of plant
We would like lode of plants
gives an idea what Fire Spinner ice plant might look like in drifts
“Landscsping” — mymari
ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks6,922
Questions3
What are the taller plants near the wall?
I also would love to know the spiky plants by wall and the grass in the foreground. Thanks.
Beautiful concept, what are the small plants in the foreground?
does this plants need? Can they survive with little frost in winter?
background plant Furcraea macdougalii. It's truly fantastic in this blue garden, but can be in short supply in succulent nurseries.
grasses and ice plant stones...low water
geometric - love the spikey plants in the background
LOVE these plants for the front yard!!!
WHITE WALL GIVING PRIVACY, GREEN STRIKING PLANT AGAINST WALL, MASS PLANTING IN FRONT AND PATHWAY
glaucous planting scheme fills the space with pattern and texture. The rhythmic, linear planting puts movement into the design and emphasizes the pattern clearly.
“Blue grass for scott” — Tovi Mosey
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks6,810
Questions4
What plant did you use in between the cement pavers?
what are the names of all plants use for this design? Very beautiful design.
Like the architectural feel of the combination of plants. Also like the water wise use of succulents.
Like succulent and kangaroo paws plant. Nice house
awesome front yard idea plants
Color and plantings.
tolerant plants...Ice plant...Wall, plants, steps...the red plant...Cool plants...Mix of plants
“Numbers on fencing” — brendairvine
Boor Bridges Architecture
Biddle Residence
Ideabooks875
Questions1
ice plant with ? from center (reddish)
The color contrast of the plantings
I like the contrast of colors, textures in the plantings.
like the plant colors
plants in front of house
Plants in front of door
Reddish plant accenting Blue Chalk
ground cover and purple plants
outdoor plantings...Colors of plants...Love the red plants...Plant mix...plant combination...colour plants...garden plants...Planter plants...the red plant
“Plants” — corelljulie
Phillips Garden
Cedar-Isles
Ideabooks4,065
Questions3
are the plants used in this photo? I am most interested in the two types at the front of the photo.
What are the plants here and what type of climate and care do they need
What a these plants and what care and climate do they need
These plants do best in well-drained soil with full sun. This project is in Minneapolis, MN which is zone 4 (usda hardiness)
Like all the easy care plantings and use of boulders and large rocks for the hard scape.
I like the wintergreen looking plants in the back by the rock...
the mass planting of sedum - it will come back over the winter?
Ask Kyle what these plants are. Succulents?
I planted these previously in container I like them in ground.
I love these green plants, whatever
“Adding simple color to flower beds” — kierstinbuchner
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Revival
Ideabooks10,521
Questions4
i like colorful low water use plants
A sequence of plants and architecture is visually pleasing to the eyes, which read it as a pattern. Here, a maroon, spiky Cordyline plant is aligned with a fence section in a rhythmic repetition that looks contemporary and balanced. Put three of them together for a thoroughly appealing
summerWhen to plant: Plant in spring to establish before winterThe straight species of Cordyline australis has green foliage and can reach massive sizes. Colorful cultivars, like C. australis 'Dark Star' (shown in this planting by Shades of Green Landscape Architecture), have become especially popular in cultivation
“fence” — janegiagni
The Garden Design Studio
1 Review
Dallas Residence 1
Ideabooks4,060
Questions1
small plants and everything fillled in with ground cover.
Add to patio planting with short grass
Insertion de plante.
Grouping of plants silver plants
resistant plants in masse
little shrubby plants
steps with plantings
clever plantings, including a row of purple Berberis against the lower wall that almost picks up the colors of the rust.
Ice plants...Plants along edge...the mass plantings...Plant ID:
“Terracing” — paulbos
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
View of house from beach
Ideabooks1,512
Questions1
Truly love the white rock path that delineates one colorful planting bed from the next - great look!
stone for path between plants
Rocks and purple plants
Color Plant clusters
purple plants...Ice plant...flowers, plants...Plants and rock...beautiful plants
“landscape ideas” — Liz Mayhew
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Casablanca Designs/Clive Christian Washington
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
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