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Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
different plants in one pot? Which plants we can use?
Anyone know what the fourth plant is?
I can see there is fern, hydrangea, potato vine. Can anyone identify the very fine leafed fourth plant? It's best seen in the planter on the right. Thank you!
These really are lovely plantings and in shade to boot. I have never seen a fern used this way. Beautiful. Flowers and plants are the BEST decoration.
“Nice front door” — boncheff
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Back Bay Retreat
Use of plants in rock wall gap
aggregate and plants with flag stone
Interesting planting.
Plants from retaining wall
Plant in stone...wall plant...Plant in the wall...Plant in rock...Plant in stone wall...plant on wall...plant in wall...plant horizon
“cool” — suzymatt1
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Rose Garden
Beside the roses what is the plant that is climbing the wall?
Can I plant this in a big concrete vase?
I like these plants by the back french doors.
topiary's, climbing rose, foreground purple plant
Plants in flower pot
roses and potted plants
like plants for a corner
Climbing plants...Spiral cut plant
“rounded top ...French doors” — 2mater
Eclectic Patio
Love the herbs, planted in colander sand hanging.
Love the plants and the colored pots
Hanging colander for herbs; side pockets on deck rail for plants
The colander plant holders and the canvas plant holder
fines. Pour les weekends prolongés, certains modèles proposent un réservoir d’eau intégré, qui peut se révéler très utiles pour le bien-être de vos plantes potagères. Astuce : pensez à détourner des objets du quotidien pour agrémenter votre extérieur comme ici, avec des passoires.
probablement plus adapté. Si vous êtes en appartement, préférez-le électrique, pour limiter la fumée. Agrémentez votre petit balcon d’herbes et de plantes aromatiques, voire de légumes… Placées de part et d’autre de la rambarde ou suspendues à une pergola, ces jardinières d’un genre nouveau, très décoratives
“It's so original” — jackiecar5
Scott Edwards Architecture
West Hills Remodel
Winterizing plants: Prepare your pots. Before bringing any outdoor plant in, it’s important to check the pot for signs of insects that may be tagging along. The most thorough
Long table Plants Black and white photos
Prepare your indoor space. Plants that need full sun outdoors will be the most difficult to keep happy inside. Make room for your full-sun plants near a south-facing window for maximum sunlight. Partial-sun plants can go in a room with east- or west-facing windows. If there is nowhere in your home that
that gets enough sun (and you are committed to keeping those plants), you can rig up a plant light to see them through the winter. All houseplants should be positioned away from drafty doors and windows, as well as heating vents and radiators.
“Plants” — stephz520
chas architects
1 Review
Courtyard Hacienda
What are the plants surrounding the trees?
long leaves on plants- mixture of textures
Driveway front right - low profile plants
nice plant idea around the oak
nice plant in the middle
Green plants under the
Gorgeous palm plants/trees!
plants under trees...Plants and pavers...Feature plant...the plants...Plant and trees...large spiky plants
“Canope chairs” — Sonia Meganck
EAC Designs
4 Reviews
Dershowitz Backyard
seating area, low maintenance planting bed, artificial grass, flowerpot wall
wall with plantings and an addition box to plant in or sit on
très simple d’installer de petites plantes, que vous trouvez désormais en jardinerie. Astuce : vous pouvez opter pour un arrosage goutte à goutte si vous voulez vraiment que votre “ espace vert “ vous permette de vous relaxez un maximum de temps. Choisissez les plantes en fonction de l’orientation du mur
“privacy” — jokriete
summers, in Virginia? If it's the case and you decide to plant one, make sure that you water it regularly during the hot season, and it should be fine. I found also this on the Internet: Cultural Preferences Hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 to 7, the weeping Alaskan cedar prefers
don't loose their leaves in winter, which is a big plus. Next year's buds appear at the end of the blooming season, and lie patiently dormant on the plant throughout the winter, waiting for next spring. They can become very tall and bushy if properly trimmed. I also replaced some junipers with rhododendrons
the species -- grows in USDA zones 4 through 9. This acid-loving plant grows best in dabbled shade and -- once established -- doesn’t require regular watering.
“Pretty rhododendrons, prefer all one color” — reneemassaua
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