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ras-a, inc.
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p_House
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What's the name of the large plant
Calonian was right — the large agave like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw. The ground cover is blue senecio mandraliscae (not pig face).
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily
Lily. It gets one very large red flower on one very very tall stem, each year. Quite beautiful. The red flowering spidery one is Kangaroo Paw, and the ground cover is called Pig Face; it gets covered in tiny flowers - some are pink, others are orange. This grows on sanddunes and over rocks very well
river rocks, plants and concrete wall
garden plants gymea lilly pig face
“nice planting” — leia702
Diego Bortolato
the views
Ideabooks10,206
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Please could you tell me what is the name of the red crawler plant against the wall? Thank you Anastasia
weather here in Tennessee is sometimes very harsh in winter and very hot also in summer. I need to protect my plants also from the sunshine. Love your work though, you give me good ideas that I would never think of on my own. Thanks again, Linda
with colorful plants climbing them from large planters” “planters placed below. Some of the plants are making their way to the roof joists. Eventually plants will cover the walls between the windows and doors.”
The climbing plants woven in wooden
trailing and climbing plants, could use on kitchen porch
re we see a wood trellis with colorful plants climbing them from large planters placed below. Some of the plants are making their way to the roof joists. Eventually plants will cover the walls
“messy plants on horizontal wall” — coda767
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: McGeachy Residence
Ideabooks5,441
Questions5
Love the large planters and the garden stool. Where did you purchase
well in containers. Groupings onf containers make a bolder "statement".
The varying size of plant arrangement
Vignette og plants ,containers and plants
Chair and plant placement
Plant arrangement for condo
Large plants Large planters
Nice plant arrangement
Large high gloss planters
Plant Containers...Love the plants...Plants on the porch...green plants...potted plants
“Love the cozy look!” — angelnanc8
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
Ideabooks5,546
Questions6
How many grey plants do you need to plant together to make these bundles?
Hi, Could you tell me the name of the creamy ball flowered plants in this image?
what name is the grey color plant? It looks very nick in
I believe that plant is Santolina chamaecyparissus 'Lemon Queen' (Common name Lavender Cotton).
Beautiful! Lamb's Ears spread quickly, so each of these clumps may have begun with just one or two plants each. I wouldn't plant this many together at once, but you won't have
have to wait long to get this look. If you want even speedier results (and don't mind thinning later), plant 2-3 per clump and sprinkle some seeds around them. There are many plants with soft gray leaves that go by the name Lamb's Ears, so check the tag for more info. Many of them have beautiful flowers;
“Lambs Ears in clumps” — markbek
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks5,454
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I would like to ask what are the names of those ground cover plant? They look beautiful together, thanks.
What is the burgundy foliage plant in the background? Thanks!
orange flowers on the right? and do you recommend planting them on a hillside that gets bright sun
The deep purple shrub in the far background is Loropetalum purple majesty. It has sizzling hot pink flowers in the spring and can become a large large shrub. It is evergreen/ er.. ummm. ever purple
Hell Connie, there are two orange flowering plants on the right - the one with the larger flower and leaves are Canna Tropicana. In front of it , with the narrow strappy leaves and smaller flowers is Kangaroo Paws ( Anigozanthos). Both do great in bright sun and would do well on a hillside .
“Sculent plants” — ukorman
Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks7,773
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Hi, could you advise what the plants are in the middle and top right of the shot. They both look like dracaenas. Thanks.
Landscape hillside with names of plants
difference in the planting. The strong architectural shapes of the plants balance the whole design — the plantings are more than just a fill-in.See more of this terraced Sydney garden
The site contains a series of outdoor rooms at different levels, surrounded by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor
The site contains a series of outdoor rooms at different levels, surrounded by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor furniture like the Orbit by Dedon. This round lounge even has a canopy you can pull up to provide shade and privacy.
Give plants a good startNo matter how tough and drought-resistant a plant is when mature, it still needs to be pampered a little when it’s first planted. Trees in particular. Dig some organic manure or peat and slow-release fertiliser into the soil when planting and water thoroughly.
“Landscape” — adamsedge
CBL landscapes
1 Review
Casa Grande
Ideabooks16,665
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is dis one plant in the pot ? or lots of them planted together ?
What plants are used int the front pot?
I know the middle plant is a Mauritian hemp, but am keen to know what the others are
What is the plant in front of the wall?
One big pot with lots of plants planted in the soil.
Like idea but not necessarily the succulents
gotta have some hanging and some creeping plants
love the walls, pots and plants
Fun use of color, discerning use of cascading and upright, architectural plants.
Succulents in large pots with short gate
“outside store” — amberpandya
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Wesling Construction
Ideabooks29,966
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Love the plants in the planters. What kind of plant are the ones in the planters?
what is the trailing plant in the container
because I really can't see the plant close enough but my guess would be that it's Pilea depressa (Giant Baby's Tears). I usually see it sold as a houseplant (up here in Canada) but I have planted it in containers myself for a beautiful cascading green effect. I planted mine in shade. Have a look in the
the indoor section of your local nursery and you will find some interesting plants to grow as annuals in your containers. I hope this helps!
vacant space in the front yard as garden with plants on the ground and in pots, it's nice and fresh to look at but I want to extend my receiving room because it's just small for us...what design should suits that will not affect my healthy growing plants and that the outcome of the extension will just
“pergola” — Pam Feeney-Dimartile
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