15,625 low maintenance plant Home Design Photos

Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Entry courtyard
The name of the plant on the trellis please.
I like the fence and low plantings.
low fence for front - maybe between garage and front bedroom to create
Beau placement de cloture et plantes...low fence...low open fence is nice
“Layout” — Sharayah Brown
Front Door
The purple plants are Impatiens, not certain about the hedge bordering them but could be a
Discovered on a plant-hunting expedition to Southeast Asia, the New Guinea impatiens are ideal low-maintenance plants.
g healthy and not overgrown.Replace worn-out fencing.DO pay attention to low-cost finishing touches that can make a big difference. Peeling or chipped
Exterior — DO:Pick plants that are evergreen and perennial so your yard always has pops of color.Put in new exterior light fixtures.Add on extra touches
What are the plants used please?...high of scrubs from tall to low
“door” — jeannegause
Jennifer Young
Channer Residence
The jewelry holder displays Ashley's rings and one of her favorite low-maintenance plants, tillandsia.
“Tree slices in decor” — Designed-Opinions
6 Reviews
A Touch of Green
create a plant box for the living room that
Low-maintenance succulents add life to the deck off Vineet's bedroom; the planters'
Low-maintenance succulents add life to the deck off Vineet's bedroom; the planters' square shapes represent Vineet's independence. This deck also has a
Low-maintenance succulents add life to the decking are off Vineet’s bedroom; the planters’ square shapes
“Terrarium” — mollierattner
Noel Cross+Architects
7 Reviews
Breakers Beach House
fine-grained character and informal scale of a neighborhood built over time. A low, horizontal weathered ipe fence at the street keeps out surfer vans and n
Landscape architect Christopher Yates used a combination of low-maintenance coastal plants for the front yard. One challenge was containing the horsetail
problem if not held back. In the end, Yates and his team encased the entire planting area in a concrete basin.
“Ladder shape” — Des Goldrick
Eco Minded Solutions
17 Reviews
Outdoor Renovation of Rancho Santa Fe Estate - Low Maintenance Planting
Outdoor Renovation of Rancho Santa Fe Estate - Low Maintenance Planting
bark mulch. This type of planting is low maintenance and helps with erosion control.
What seems like sporadic planting will soon grow to cover this slope. Most of this plants thrive on little water and will stretch themselves over the bark
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Cottage Update
What is the name of the red plants on the pots?
a tiny lot with a tight program of outdoor entertaining space, low maintenance planting and a useable driveway for a frequently out-of-town client. The
new outdoor fireplace and stone patio seating area surrounded by low water use plantings. The driveway was replace...
“Pots of kangaroo paw” — mrsstroodle
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Euphorbia - A Colorful Variety Of Low-Water, Low-Maintenance Plants
Euphorbia - A Colorful Variety Of Low-Water, Low-Maintenance Plants
has dramatic burgundy "bracts", and purple foliage. Very low water needs. Euphorbia plants are available in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors. Very
Desert Plants
I'm new to Arizona and I'm wondering what plants I can add to my yard. I'm looking for low-maintenance plants. I can figure out which cacti I want, but...
Need ideas for low-maintenance landscaping
We just bought this 4-square house built in 1908 and are getting ready to move in this fall. I don't like the ball-shaped shrubs in the front plus we're...
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