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Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
candytuft, Iberis sempervirens
Ideabooks867
Questions1
surroundings with low alpine perennials like candytuft (shown). Other excellent choices include ajuga, creeping phlox, forget me nots, hens and chicks, Missouri primrose, snow in summer, sweet alyssum, soapwort and bellfowers.
Soften stone steps and their surroundings with low alpine perennials
8,000 feet Water requirement: Moderate to low once established Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 to 12 inches tall and 18 to 24 inches wide Benefits and tolerances: Candytuft provides a mass of sparkling white flowers for up to six weeks on a low, mounding form of glossy, evergreen foliage;
to 8,000 feetWater requirement: Moderate to low once establishedLight requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 to 12 inches tall and 18 to 24 inches wideBenefits and tolerances: Candytuft provides a mass of sparkling white flowers for up to six weeks on a low, mounding form of glossy, evergreen foliage;
“flower.” — Lynette Debrey-Cota
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Living Room
Ideabooks1,816
Questions5
low wall in living room to separate windows and livingroom
use of low shelving to make small spaces
LOW STORAGE...Low bookcase...Low book storage...low book case...Low shelves
“behr red pepper” — falettir
Urban Rustic Living
5 Reviews
Mary Lake Cottage
Ideabooks1,668
Questions4
low ceiling = chandelier over bed
lovely master bedroom remodel/style for the bottom. low ceiling.
Low ceiling and floor
Low ceiling Chandy in master
Chandelier on low ceiling
Low ceiling and chandelier
Low ceiling...Low Profile beams...low ceiling beams
“2606 - ceiling” — Dorie Smith
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Larkin Street Residence
Ideabooks1,555
Questions3
low fireplace with windows over is cool. the bookcases help separation, but I'm not sure it's going to be enough for me. may need real walls.
Low, non window blocking fireplace
Low profile fireplace
low profile fire place
low fireplace and shelving
Low partitions...Low fireplace...low spark fireplace
“fireplace” — mmorgand6
ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks8,576
Questions3
low-growing mass planting; lamb's ears might just work fine
Contrast of tall plants along fence with low sedum in front.
Drought tolerant, low maintenance, low height, green
Low number of varieties still work
interesting low plants
low growing, drought
Low/no water...Low maint.
“Texas” — Nigel M
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks5,344
Questions5
Low bookcase counter wrapping the room
low built-in bookcase
Low shelves continuous
Low bookshelves bean shaped table
Low back sofa...Low bookshelves...Low bookcases!...low bookshelves?...Low ceiling.
“Not sure!” — bonnieglevine
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks22,370
Questions5
low water garden with colorful foliage of succulents & grasses
Nice blend of low water plants
So Much color and low water with succulents and grasses
This low-water design is anything but dreary. It's a fabulous example of using contrasting textures for impact, especially in a small space. The needle-fine blue fescue grasses look soothing as a carpet beneath bold-shaped, red-tinged Kalanchoe, also known as paddle plant. I'm not certain which cultivar
“Love” — pbstylist123
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,301
Questions1
wind tunnel. This will encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air conditioner for the entire property, creating a cool zone; breezes can then distribute coolness throughout the property and around the house
creating a walkway through the trees, a series of strong lines is emphasized and the low, L-shape bench becomes the natural focal point.
A rustic garden path forms an allée with a grove of birch trees leading to a low garden wall.
wind tunnel. This will encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air conditioner for the entire property, creating a cool zone; breezes can then distribute coolness throughout the property and around the house
“who doesn't love a shaded aspen path.” — kjhwindow
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