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pot in a plant stand. You can also finish the look by tying the burlap with twine.
like burlap material around plants in my hallway containers
use burlap with plant for mine
For an easy DIY project with a rustic, country look, maidenhair ferns are wrapped in burlap and displayed in a vintage plant stand.
pot in a plant stand. You can also finish the look by tying the burlap with twine.
Conservatory AdditionVan Dusen Architects
e the plant and pool combination. What is the size of pool? Thanks!
How does dehumidification work in this room? Are these exhaust fans? Do the plants benefit from the humidity and are chosen specifically for this environment? Thanks for your help.
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indoor pool...sub lush foliage and rich colors
idea of indoor pool with lots if plants
Wanting to incorporate an indoor swimming pool into my building plan
Cottage PerennialGlenna Partridge Garden Design
of the plant that looks like a string of beads?
I love all of the plants in one centralized location. Great for smaller patios.
Can organize plants & more in patio
PearlsThe plant commonly called String of Pearls truthfully looks more like a string of peas. It has small spherical leaves about ¼ inch in diameter, "strung" on thin stems like beads, resulting in a truly unique specimen. String of Pearls prefers two to three hours of direct sunlight per day as a houseplant
can grow indoors under strong artificial light for 14 to 16 hours daily in the growing season, and 12 hours a day in the winter. Want to enjoy your String of Pearls outdoors during warm months? No problem. It can take the heat, but keep it shaded from any intense midday sun.
The Jungalow is all about creative reuse, personalization, vivid colors, bold patterns and lots and lots of plants--Jungalow style is tropical and bohemian, very vintage and very cozy. Jungalow is about bringing the eclecticism of nature and the wild--indoors.
The JungalowJustina Blakeney
lots of plants--Jungalow style is tropical and bohemian, very vintage and very cozy. Jungalow is about bringing the eclecticism of nature and the wild--indoors.
so cozy! love the hanging plants too
love the rods above the window for hanging plants and things
display of plants, chairs, animal head
hanging plants from curtain rod over window.
plants, odd bit of fabric as valance
striped rug, hanging tapestries and leafy green plants add to the space's jungle vibe. See more of this home
50s remodelJessica Helgerson Interior Design
beautiful plants and i really love it. pls let me know are there many pots in it? and also the type of pot. Nice idea.
House plants u can't kill. Ha ha
Really good tips for indoor plants!
family of plants, with their lush green tropical growth. When I hear people say they kill ferns, I tell them to remember where these plants come from in nature and try to duplicate those conditions. While we can't create a rainforest in our living rooms, we can give ferns regular watering once a week, bright
Grounded - Modern Landscape ArchitectureGrounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
Plants in the background against wall
Hi, What are those plants against the wall in the background? They look great! Thanks!
this plant name my client has it ~ now I know cyperus papyrus TY ! ! !
i think they are papyrus plants. they love the water.
I plant a lot of echeverias in my containers and I believe that it could be Echeveria subrigida or one like that cultivar. Here's a link so you can look at the photo and description. Maybe an echeveria would work for what you need. I treat them like annuals up here in Canada but if you are in a frost
believe the plants to be Aloe striata
These hanging chairs. We already have two chairs
Echeveria plants. Love the black white and green color combo.
commonly planted in containers. Their portability makes summer and winter maintenance that much easier.If summer climates are more extreme, shelter plants from direct sunlight. Likewise, bring your Echeveria indoors if your climate experiences freezing winters. Be sure to provide ample direct light.Shown:
Birmingham ShowhomeDominick Tringali Architects
living or a indoor living? And the bits of greenery! My they r gorgeous!
3 feet indoors. It grows much taller in its native habitat. Cautions: All parts of the plant are toxic to animals and humans if ingested. Natural habitat: East Africa. In Zee Zee's natural habitat, small, insignificant flowers may appear at the base of plants in summer; it rarely flowers indoors. The
Like the plants in the sunroom.
Average indoor humidity. No special conditions are required.Height: This plant is slow growing but can reach up to 3 feet indoors. It grows much taller in its native habitat.Cautions: All parts of the plant are toxic to animals and humans if ingested.Natural habitat: East Africa. In Zee Zee's natural habitat
FirehouseKristina Wolf Design
Are the plants real or really good fakes? If fake, where can I get them?
The plants look like Ficus...very healthy for interiors but do like a steady temperature of 18-20 degrees all year round...great with floor heating !
support the plant's needs (check with your garden store for instructions and recommendations), you really can't go wrong with adding a massive houseplant.
using tall plants to fill vertical height
Tall, leafy plants are a great way to fill up spaces with high ceilings.
Plant ideas - check with plant center for plant that would live
potted plants. Fill vertical height in rooms with tall ceilings or fill bare, lonely corners with potted trees. As long as your space gets enough light to support the plant's needs (check with your garden store for instructions and recommendations), you really can't go wrong with adding a massive houseplant
Archives IDRikki Snyder
these hanging lanterns with lights, where can
Air plants and succulents create a simple indoor garden, while a Moravian star pendant lamp shines overhead for subtle seasonal sparkle.
Love the hanging globes
Hanging moss. hanging bowls.
plants in egress window
Hanging fairy/gnome terrariums?
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debora carl landscape designdebora carl landscape design
singular plant commands our attention, but also how it is complemented by narrow, small-leafed and trailing succulent forms. They seem happy to let the sunny Aeonium take center stage."
arrangement of plants. Love the focus Aeonium!
Find out what this plant is
Find out what the mum looking plant is
dieWhen to plant: It's best to plant cuttings in fall; allow the stem end to become callousShown: A. 'Sunburst'
singular plant commands our attention, but also how it is complemented by narrow, small-leafed and trailing succulent forms. They seem happy to let the sunny Aeonium take center stage.
Montain HomeEduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
this an indoor pool or did you use drop down motorized screens? Do you do work in the states?
is an indoor pool and I have used a retractable roof to enjoy the natural light. My office is in Brazil, but I do projects around the world. If you need more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website in http://www.eduardacorrea.com.br
love the indoor feel to outdoor space
Home OrchardCarolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
little hanging baskets for your pots
Love the hanging baskets! Where can I find them?
it with plants. I was at the Floriade this year in the Netherlands and saw similar ideas but no resource
Hanging garden. 99 cent store bins
resident plants? Outdoor in the atrium
This is neat. Little wire baskets hanging on brick? Really pretty
Plant herbs. Add herbs to your garden by popping in transplants of Mexican mint marigold, oregano, rosemary, sage, artemisia and all types of mint. Most herbs prefer full sun and well-drained soil. Mediterranean herbs in particular, such as rosemary, prefer to dry out a bit in between