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Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
A Tropical Modern Sideyard
Ideabooks5,705
Questions3
Podocarpus 'Maki'. Yes, they are evergreen. I'm not certain how they would do in Minneapolis, my guess is they wouldn't survive but if you go to the plant finder on www.sunset.com that should be able to tell you.
grill area use chicken wire top for orange vine and plants to disguise area away from pool for smoke also area for chairs, bench, light
Off-centered Mexican pavers and river rock path with favorite spiky plants
Can use large potted plants in with garden
It would be nice to have plants on the sides of house, maybe potted ones from Home Depot
“Stepping stones” — kwok42
REMARK
Bowen Residence
Ideabooks11,437
Questions4
The patio was separated from the vehicular area by a living fence to provide some privacy while allowing for air and light to penetrate. All the plants are native and provide year round interest and a verdant feel to the space.
I'm going to steal the idea - it would work for us in the NE because you could do deciduous, have privacy in the summer when you need it, and then light in the winter. Great idea! Thanks.
Wire fence to grow plants on
barrier wall of taut wires on a trellis support with climbing plants creates a living fence where wire and support posts blend into background
Barrier and support for climbing plants...
Create a living privacy fence. Cable wires mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants. Over time the plants can completely fill in the area, providing privacy for the patio.
“kapu2” — riedltamas
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Noe Valley
Ideabooks4,990
Questions2
Open squares that function like plant beds but actually have the plant in the ground
i like the use of plantings built into the stairway...
Planting underneath fencing, nice horizontal slates on fence with interesting detail
and require less maintenance than gardens with borders. More ideas: 6 Tips From Great Urban Gardens Unexpected Edible Gardens Herb Gardens for Indoors and Out
This unique garden planted on a sloping lot incorporates a series of pocket gardens to soften the descending stone steps. Boxwoods provide the perfect shape and form.
“Slats, lattice and posts.” — Nowell Sleep
FineLines Design Studio
10 Reviews
Little Garden
Ideabooks3,328
Questions5
Can you please tell what plants are on the trellis? Thank you
is planted very close to the house. Is there a concern about the roots damaging the structure? We are looking to plant something right against a wall for privacy but not take up all the planter space. Thank you!!!!
a favorite of mine. Nothing like bringing the flower garden indoors and enjoying it inside the home too. www.andersonphotoart.com
Stonewall bed and climbing plant and fountain
way to have climbing plants on the fence
like these metal posts put up against the house for climbing plants.
“Flower bed stones” — konuco
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Twadell
Ideabooks2,888
Questions2
square ramp w/ plantings / lawn? in the center
Placement or planted space near front door. Possibly adapt to our area, around post support
#3 Simple Plantings around patio to soften hardscape
Combination of concrete block and plantings
to begin after the last freeze.Tip: If temperatures in your area regularly dip below freezing, empty your fountain and bring the working components indoors over winter to avoid damage.Materials and equipment:Fountain kitVesselRubber stoppers (one for each hole in the bottom of your vessel)Silicone adhesive
“Nice mix of Colours” — All Home Products & Improvements
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks6,176
Questions2
Wall fountain right next to plants
dark plant contrast?
Plant and groundcover
cover and plants...slope planting...Indoor stairs
“Water feature” — hdwang
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Distinctive Gardens
Ideabooks7,352
Questions4
I don't care what the HOA says, I planting them.
Are the dogwoods planted in full sun?
The Cornus kousa planted on this property are indeed planted in full sun and are doing very well. Thanks for the question!
Add a simple entry fence and plantings to frame the view and create a focal point
a brilliant raspberry-pink contrast. Then I sneezed. Tell us: What’s your trick for keeping pollen out of the house?More:Clear the Air: A Guide to Indoor Air Purifiers18 Ways to Allergy-Proof Your Home
“Trees” — joannahuddleston
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
Andalusian Custom Home
Ideabooks1,130
Questions5
i like the plant on the side..the throw back on bed also the bed it self ..pretty much all of it is nice
seating and the plant
colors, natural elements, plants
Indoor plant...Plant in room...indoor outdoor...indoor potted plant
“sand and turquoise” — Annie Mochrie
Need help in deciding to keep indoor Terrarium or not
Hello! I have just had our kitchen removed and a new kitchen is going into what was the dining room. This space will now be the dining room and library....
Help our 1970's indoor garden!
We recently purchased a circa 1979 home on Hilton Head Island with an indoor garden - complete with fountain! Because of the mold issues it has to go....
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