11,886 large container planting ideas Home Design Photos

Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
please help with some information regarding the permeable bricks? I love the idea, I live in Southern California.
roof, and about 1000 sq ft of other hardscape, all the run off water is contained on the lot. Sorry I do not have a photo that shows this better. Your situation
were under 3/12 (which the cricket actually was). The water drains to a large 6"x 6" gutter at the center section and then under the deck and patio stone
and water shield under the shingles in these problem areas is always a good idea.
sloped patio, clean lines, planting boxes, privacy
Rowhouse ideas - Like indent of middle unit
“Radius” — Roadside Redemption
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Ledge Lounger LLC
1 Review
Ledge Loungers in Action!
Any idea where to get a baja ledge umbrella that tilts?
large shallow area for sun beds
Cement plant containers...Large first step...Ideas piscina
“Loungers for pool shelf” — cindystanfield
Arc Design Group
7 Reviews
Shingle Style Estate
Have seen that tree/plant in many pictures but what is is called? /Best Camilla
Long sideways rug; plant in front of window.
love the white one green plants.. love the curvature of the staircase
What's the name of the tree/plant?...One large photo down hall...Foyer, plants
“Staircase -bannister & spindles” — lauraallen29
Turnquist Design
Minnetonka Modern
Example of closing in the center between both containers
Container house...plants on side of house
“hi” — lava kumar
BC Coatings
Acid Stain
great idea and are beautiful, but my eye see's too much river rock. Take out some of the river rock and replace with mulch and additional plants on either
Nice idea for walk......match the concrete steps to patio
Cool idea for stepping stones- stained concrete
acid stain squares. take out some of the rocks and add some mulch and plants
I like this idea, but with river rock
“stained concrete color” — socaljch
9 Reviews
The Wave House
What its the name of the plant align the door. Like palm.!!
What kind of plant is the one to the left side (along the fence)?
Amazing project!! Thanks for a few ideas :)
retainer wall. This may look good along our front porch. I also like the plants along the railing with the up-light on it.
emphasizes the floating nature of the roof. Had the recess been too small or too large, or had the fascia been too thick or too thin, this detail would have failed
the floating nature of the roof. Had the recess been too small or too large, or had the fascia been too thick or too thin, this detail would have failed
“Front door” — brvd272
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
53 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden
motorcourt. We planted boxwoods in three circular rows that looked like terraces on a hillside. In the center of the knot garden we planted Loropatalum,
are often built in terraces that climb the mountains due to the limited planting area and rough, rocky terrain. Limestone is the predominant rock type in
and symmetry, and both tend to utilize right angles to establish form. We planted a variety of low level growth around the house and rear swimming pool patio
rose bushes whose amenability to constant trimming makes them an ideal plant material for parterre gardens, and whose colorful blooms a made them stand
“Sculpture” — meenapuri
Amy Lau Design
6 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Hello! I am looking for similar roller shades for some large windows. Can you let me know the size of this window and what brand you
Sangria palette from looking like Christmas colors, use warm greens that contain more yellow than blue.
Plant, chair...Tbe plant in corner gorveous
“Sofa color” — JeenieConcierge
Advice Needed How To Care For Container Plants in Toronto
Hi All, Started a balcony container plant garden this year that went well, but now I need some advice on how best to over-winter the plants. I live...
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