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Mill Valley CabinsFeldman Architecture, Inc.
Maximize green views by "greening" visible roofs. A green roof stocked with indigenous plants calms and de-stresses viewers.
ROOF TOPS Maximize green views by "greening" visible roofs. A green roof stocked with indigenous plants calms and de-stresses viewers.
Maximize green views by "greening" visible roofs. A green roof stocked with indigenous plants calms and de-stresses viewers.
Water SongShepherd Resources Inc / AIA
indigenous plants
native plants...Planted roof
Water SongShepherd Resources Inc / AIA
indigenous plants
native plants...Planted roof
indigenous plants
Siting the home within the slope of the lot and placing large boulders and indigenous plantings around the perimeter makes the home appear as if it has grown up out of the land.
Private ResidenceExteriors By Chad Robert
What name is the plant with yellow green flower on the top? Thanks for all the answers.
Like plants in rocks around edge of terrace
using a variety of plants instead of colorful flowers
Pool, drought tolerant plantings and grass
Fall planting. Many plants will appreciate being transplanted in October, since mild temperatures and still-warm soils permit optimal plant growth. In the middle and high zones, wait until spring to plant heat-loving to tender perennials, like Lantana and some broad-leaved evergreen trees and shrubs
species and India hawthorn). It's unlikely they will establish before colder weather, an planting them in the fall can result in severe damage to foliage and newer branches. Those in the low zone can still plant most of the species the higher zones cannot, since adequate root development is likely before
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
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
and echium fastuosum, Growing out from that mass is a pomegranate tree. The strong silver plan is a helichrysum. - A fairly basic Mediterranean plant palette was used. Happy Gardening !
Thomas KyleTHOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
We have a steep slope that ends in a lawn that leads down to a waterfront area edged in rosa rugosa. We need to plant something that will hold the bank, tolerate hot full summer sun, strong cold winds in winter and salt spray.
Aggressive plant? may be for our yard?
Why Plant Aggressive Natives1. The tough spot. Whether the area floods and then dries out like a brick, or is simply a dry brick all of the time while in full shade to boot, there’s nothing more annoying than trying to find the right plant for a difficult place in the landscape
through years of trial and error — well, mostly error. If you have a large area, it can get expensive, so why not let the plants colonize? A perfect place for a supercharged plant is a hillside, to prevent erosion.
Garden for a PiscesBig Picture Landscapes
Love use of plants shrubs for color texture diff forms what are they?
know the area front taller plant is sedum, autumn joy? boxwood to its left and then some type of sedum to boxwoods left? The russian sage background to its right a type of spirea and what type?? and then other shrubs front area with sedum curious about as well as the planting area above the stone wall
Hi, glad you like the plants! The closest bed includes Autumn Joy Sedum, Blue Forest juniper, Firefly heather, assorted lewisia and sedums, Quick Silver Hebe and a couple of little cushion cryptomeria that I can't recall the name of. The spirea is Magic Carpet and the blue is actually a catmint although
although there is also a Russian Sage in that bed. The plants on the wall include kinnikinnick draping over, Hot Flash Hellebore in the corner, Howard McMinn manzanita, and caryopteris. I think there is also a rock rose and lavender cotton. The small tree in the back is a Witch Hazel. Hope this helps
A GARDEN THAT TELLS A STORYTHOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
curved path (from house to shop?).....more plantings on one side.
Too Plain -- need plantings between path and lawn
Gravel path, lawn, planting bed
planting area...indigenous planting...indigenous plants
Debra Campbell DesignDebra Campbell Design
fireplace outside, stairs on hillside, lavender mass planting...beautiful!
Lavender? Like mix of flowers as well as low water plants
Lavender mixes as well as it masses, so try combining it with other blue-tone plants such as blue fescue, or contrast it with lime- or yellow-foliage evergreens.
Lavender planted along these steps welcomes visitors, including butterflies, to the patio. This evergreen shrub does best in warmer climates, as winter cold or heat combined with humidity may cause problems. If that's the case where you live, try growing lavender indoors in a container.Tip: Harvest flowers
thomas kyleTHOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
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