21,875 low maintenance planting Home Design Photos

Aaron Gordon Construction, Inc.
11 Reviews
Outdoor Deck and Garden
Ideabooks3,071
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these wooden stairs allows people to pause and enjoy the plantings.
5. Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a
great relaxed planting ideas for our sloped side yard
Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care
landing terrace halfway up these wooden stairs allows people to pause and enjoy the plantings.
Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care is a great way to make
5. Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care is a great way to make a garden slope attractive. Plus
“It would look great in a space in my garden” — siobhabb
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Encinitas remodel
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zee zee plant. i think i have one
a very low-maintenance plant will like this one.Light: This plant likes bright, indirect light. Water: Give it a drink every two weeks. OUR TIP: Keep out of reach of inquisitive babies, dogs and cats, as this plant is toxic.
Good for: Homeowners looking for a very low-maintenance plant.Light
requirement: Bright, indirect light. Water requirement: Give it a drink every two weeks. Caution: Keep Zee Zee plant out of reach of pets and babies.See more about growing Zee Zee plant
“paint color with pine” — shayhumphrey07
Le jardinet
2014 flowers and foliage
Ideabooks173
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Average to low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 18 inches tall and 24 inches wide Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Compact; long bloom time; low maintenance Planting notes: Enjoy this at the front of a garden border or in a container.
(zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Average to low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 18 inches tall and 24 inches wide Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Compact; long bloom time; low maintenance Planting notes: Enjoy this at the front of a garden border
Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8)Water requirement: Average to lowLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 18 inches tall and 24 inches wideSeasonal interest: SummerWhen to plant: Spring or fallDistinguishing traits: Compact; long bloom time; low maintenancePlanting notes: Enjoy this at the front of a garden border
“Maybe this will work in garden” — txhome4us
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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How's the maintenance on this kind of "meadow" landscape? Do you need to weed periodically, or is it dense eno
i would love to know the names of all of the plants you used here starting in the front and
What happens in winter? What hardiness zones are best for this style of planting? Any in which it does not work?
layering grasses- Carex, Molinia 'Moorflame', Allium 'pink beauty', Amsonia 'blue ice', Sprengelli.... low maintenance!
Like the drifts of planting, grasses are good too
“layering grasses- Carex, Molinia 'Moorflame', Allium 'pink beauty', Amsonia 'blue ice', Sprengelli.... low maintenance!”
Using grasses to create a naturalistic setting. Of all plants that create that feeling of ruralism, grasses are without doubt the most popular. Intermingling drifts with low-maintenance perennials is easy in large, open gardens, but to acheive the same naturalistic approach
“backyard” — dad271
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,376
Questions3
I love the idea of growing plants, vegetation on the roof. are there big chances to have leaks into the hous
flat or up to 30 degrees sloped, it might be a good candidate. You’ll also want to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.
it’s flat or up to 30 degrees sloped, it might be a good candidate. You’ll also want to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.
idea of farming on your roof. Nice low pitch, growing some herbs and such, opening up all that wasted space on the roof. Also all the benefits of green roofs.
it’s flat or up to 30 degrees sloped, it might be a good candidate. You’ll also want to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.See benefits of living roofs
“greenery on roof to add life to house” — moominbutt
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Native Remodel
Ideabooks749
Questions0
Blue Chalk Sticks (Senecio mandraliscae) Native to South Africa For a contemporary, low-maintenance plant that can cover a lot of ground, look no further
blue chalk stick For a contemporary, low-maintenance plant that can cover a lot of ground, look no further than blue chalk sticks
Blue Chalk Sticks (Senecio mandraliscae) Native to South Africa For a contemporary, low-maintenance plant that can cover a lot of ground, look no further than blue chalk sticks. Bluish-gray fleshy spikes cascade over walls, along garden edges or
Blue Chalk Sticks (Senecio mandraliscae) Native to South Africa For a contemporary, low-maintenance plant that can cover a lot of ground, look no further than blue chalk sticks. Bluish-gray fleshy spikes cascade over walls, along garden edges or
“blue chalk sticks” — Tobbi Oakenfull
Bella Vita Garden Design
Liberty Hill
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In this front garden, the low-maintenance planting
In this front garden, the low-maintenance planting quite clearly has been used to create blocks of texture and color that mirror the geometric building design of the house and even the rectangles of glass bricks.
Mass plantings for impact, varying heights and
thoughtful planting design - looks amazing.
different height raised planting beds at entry
Mass group plantings: mondo, blue fescue, loriope
of design. Burle Marx showed us how to use plantings as one of the building blocks in the complete design of house and garden, and his garden designs are perhaps the finest companion to modernist architecture. In this front garden, the low-maintenance planting quite clearly has been used to create blocks
“Fluffy plant on left” — sagemklement
Pacific Ridge Landscapes Ltd
4 Reviews
Prairie Ridge Landscapes
Ideabooks689
Questions1
shade, sun, wet soils and drought. This is a very low-maintenance plant; once it's established, all you need to worry about is keeping it from invading other areas. Seasonal interest: Has evergreen leaves; blooms from mid-spring to fall. When to plant: Early fall or spring.
shade, sun, wet soils and drought. This is a very low-maintenance plant; once it's established, all you need to worry about is keeping it from invading other areas. Seasonal interest: Has evergreen leaves; blooms from mid-spring to fall. When to plant: Early fall or spring.
shade, sun, wet soils and drought. This is a very low-maintenance plant; once it's established, all you need to worry about is keeping it from invading other areas. Seasonal interest: Has evergreen leaves; blooms from mid-spring to fall.When to plant: Early fall or spring.
“Jardin” — Thomas Pouce
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