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CYAN Horticulture
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Intermediate shrub layer plants in woodland garden. Start with conifers, Jap maples, fruit bearing shrubs, then Rhodos, hydrangeas..
Lower plants filling in between leggy tree trunks. with the added delight of pink blooms. Good plants for shady areas.
First plant the evergreens and then add the mid layer like these
“rhodies” — Heather Baldwin
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AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks191
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what are the names of the plants in these beautiful pottery PLEASE??
The main 'plant' in each pot is a dwarf citrus trees (lemon). The under plantings, I will have to review the Planting Plan and get back to you. Drew Sivgals AMS
large planter with tree/fruit tree for side yard - uplighted - add interest to walkway - 3? or 2? place each on stepping stone with plantings at base - like silver sheen in background - need screening hedge for side.
Yard decorations - Giant pots with plants 3 in a row.
“The garden and flower pots” — jackvi
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Philadelphia Residence
Ideabooks3
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is an extensive roof garden with approximately fifteen inches of soils. The space was planted with a variety of native meadow plants such as Purple Coneflower and Beardstongue, and Switchgrass. Fruit trees were planted in several corten steel containers. After a couple of years the client decided he wanted
full of tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers thrives in planting boxes. Beyond the garden is another seating area. At the front end of the building a line of Eastern Red Cedars is planted to create a privacy wall from the neighbors across the street. The plant palette is predominately native species that can
any major metropolitan area is typically limited. The client was dedicated to increasing the amount of available outdoor space for entertaining and planting. The sustainable efforts that went into the interior renovations were continued in the exterior spaces with a series of green roof gardens. The lower
“J” — nanmoothen
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Webster
Ideabooks1,144
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Moving along the side of the yard, an antique table, repurposed as a raised herb garden, stands at the center of an evergreen planting arrangement. Three climbing
repurposed as a raised herb garden, stands at the center of an evergreen planting arrangement.
the antique table repurposed as raised herb garden in centre of evergreen plant arrangement
Moving along the side of the yard, an antique table, repurposed as a raised herb garden, stands at the center of an evergreen planting arrangement. Three climbing rose varieties
Moving along the side of the yard, an antique table, repurposed as a raised herb garden, stands at the center of an evergreen planting arrangement. Three climbing rose varieties (Sally Holmes, White Dawn and Iceburg) enclose the outdoor living area, creating a slight floral differentiation.
“rose trellis” — knewitt
Pedersen Associates
5 Reviews
San Anselmo Hillside
Ideabooks228
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maybe daisies and such on the fruit tree level
look choppy,” he says. A 2½-foot-tall dry-stacked-stone wall separates the plantings
A 2½-foot-tall dry-stacked-stone wall separates the plantings. “I worked with a really good stonemason,” Pedersen says. “A lot of thought
Large swaths of single plantings — white carpet rose, gaura (Gaura lindheimeri), echeveria (Echeveria imbricata) and Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa) — form a backdrop to the fireplace. Pederson wanted a quilt-like effect. “It’s not a huge area, and I didn’t want it to look choppy,” he says.
Large swaths of single plantings — white carpet rose, gaura (Gaura lindheimeri), echeveria (Echeveria imbricata) and Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa) — form a backdrop to the fireplace
“Large swaths of single plantings — white carpet rose, gaura (Gaura lindheimeri), echeveria (Echeve” — suestefko
Integration Design Studio, Landscape Architects
1 Review
Dana Point Residence
Ideabooks2,129
Questions1
pebble base of the pond and the planting between the pavers. The pebbles in the pond floor provide texture and depth. The planted gaps in the paving echo the gaps between the steps.
extra touches that make this design stand out: pebble base of the pond and the planting between pavers. Pebbles in pond provide texture and depth. The planted gaps in the paving echo the gaps between the steps.
Check out the extra touches that make this design stand out: the pebble base of the pond and the planting between the pavers. The pebbles in the pond floor provide texture and depth. The planted gaps in the paving echo the gaps between the steps. Private Comment
Check out the extra touches that make this design stand out: the pebble base of the pond and the planting between the pavers. The pebbles in the pond floor provide texture and depth. The planted gaps in the paving echo the gaps between the steps.
“Great path” — Terry Childers
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Adobe Courtyard
Ideabooks1,593
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wanting to do with a courtyard - having green plantings along the edges with a fountain in the center
The courtyard in the middle of the house!!! Add fruit trees and more gardens.
enclosure is not only traditional, but it allows you to create a microclimate within your larger landscape. Here's a good spot to put your thirstier plants.
courtyard: sitting area surrounded by plants - water feature in center
in the guise of a courtyard. Here, a replica of a California hacienda showcases the major elements: enclosure on four sides, deeply shaded patios, plantings along the edges, with a fountain in the center of it all. Any or all of these ideas are appropriate, even if you have to implement them on a smaller
“Design tip: Creating a sense of enclosure is not only traditional, but it allows you to create a mic” — katpur24
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks583
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yes, it's real-it IS a fiddle head fig. they need LOTS of light, not too much water, and can do very well indoors.
plant in dining room
Indoor tree...Dining room plant...plant in DR...Plant in dining...Chandelier - plant...table, chairs plant
“Ficus lyritis” — Brian Patterson Designs, Inc.
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