99,589 mass planting Home Design Photos

Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Shasta Daisy border
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Using perennials in mass plantings: Shasta daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have to use annuals. This wonderful planting of Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum) shows how perennials can be used in a mass planting to give
Using perennials in mass plantings: Shasta daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have to use annuals. This wonderful planting of Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum) shows how perennials can be used in a mass planting to give the same sort
Using perennials in mass plantings: Shasta daisies. To achieve a mass planting wow factor, you don't always have to use annuals. This wonderful planting of Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum) shows how perennials can be used in a mass planting to give the same sort of effect. This
“Danish Queen Flower Emblem” — DANISHDESIGNEMBASSY.COM
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
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The garden portrayed here uses a mass planting of black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta, zones 4 to 9) to make the transition from garden to grassland. Planting en masse embodies simplicity because it reads as one large element instead of a plethora of individual plants. Notice
mass planting of black eyed susans
A mass of rudbeckia instead of a mix of perennials?
Mass separating yard from field -black eyed susans
mass planting for simplicity and impact AND NO ,aintenance
The garden portrayed here uses a mass planting of black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta, zones 4 to 9) to make the transition from garden to grassland. Planting en masse embodies simplicity because it reads as one large element instead of a plethora of individual plants. Notice how the flowers capture attention
“a real view from inside a dwelling.” — Gentle Gardener Green Design
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Nepeta
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have heavy soil. Plant them slightly high and amend clay soils with plenty of crushed lava rock. This lets the roots dry out a bit and prevents verticillium wilt, a fungal disease maples will get if their roots are constantly wet. They need protection from hot afternoon sun too so plant them under a taller
taller tree or on the east side of the house. Your plant choices are nice. Others to consider are Helichrysum petiolare, Lavatera, Dierama pulcherimma, Abutilon, Datura, Cestrum... For fragrance in a California garden nothing beats Osmanthus aurantiacus, difficult to find but worth the search (small
selected. Looks great in mass plantings and is frost-friendly
there is nothing more modern or forward-thinking in garden design than monochromatic mass plantings, and this plant fits right in
“Catmint” — H K
Integrated Design Studio, Inc.
12 Reviews
Outdoor Design Center @ IDS
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Nice century-like plant right side foreground
The visual impact of mass planting of lavender.
Mass planting, purple
mass planting and espaliered trees
plant, tree...Mass planting...mass plantings...mass planting...climbing plants
“The purple shrub could be something we cover the hillside with” — katherinethompson
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
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Island. Comprehensive stormwater management strategies shape new landforms, resulting in elegant grading and thoughtful drainage solutions. Native plant colonies stabilize the site, regenerate habitat, and reveal wildlife patterns. Exquisitely crafted new masonry, built from an authentic palette of local
The ferns we used here are a staple in just about any woodland garden we design. It is called haysented fern, (Dennstaedtia punctilobula). Plant it in areas where you have erosion, and be prepared to let it take over... The fall color is amazing too--buttery-yellow and rust. Good luck!
lovely fern bordered paths - birch planted in the understory
change. I know many collectors who have reached this point. Evaluate your plants; take note of those that are performing well and those that aren’t. Consider planting a single species en masse. In the end you won’t be sorry.
“chairs” — jjmoorehead
Cross River Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Hilltop Tuscan Mansion
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Russian Sage...mass planting...Russian sage border...mass plantings
“Stones, use of plants around edge, etc” “Mass plant Russian sage” “mass plantings
Stones, use of plants around edge, etc
La bordure de plantes à fleurs… pour le tour de mon rond de feu
Mass plant Russian sage
mass planting...mass plantings
“Pavers” — pfisch13
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Eclectic Craftsman
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Camassia leichtlinii ‘Blue Danube’ is massed behind the garden walls for a dramatic spring floral display. Westhauser Photography
Could you please tell me the name of the purple-blossomed plant?
Hi Janet, thanks for your question. The plant you asked about is a late-spring blooming bulb called Indian Hyacinth or Camassia. http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?kempercode=q550 James
May and June Planting tips: Camassia does well in well-drained soil, but it can also thrive in moist soil.
Possibly plant in front of woods?
Very modern/"neat" looking, but with traditional plants
Like the mass of color, garden
Camas, Quamash, Wild Hyacinth Camassia These tall stalks with blue or cream flowering racemes look striking in mass. Plant in the middle of borders with daylilies, peonies or hostas that can cover any dying foliage. Camas is also right at home in moist meadows, in woodlands
“Wild hyacinthe native plant” — wandeco
ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
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What are the taller plants near the wall?
I also would love to know the spiky plants by wall and the grass in the foreground. Thanks.
Beautiful concept, what are the small plants in the foreground?
What temperatures does this plants need? Can they survive with little frost in winter?
like the mass planting to create a streamlined landscape
planter box. taller plants add depth
Like the plants against the back wall
the tall plants along the back wall-
love he dramatic backdrop plants and the fuzzy looking grasses
by hardscaping. This superb glaucous planting scheme fills the space with pattern and texture. The rhythmic, linear planting puts movement into the design and emphasizes the pattern clearly.
Using the same idea, but on a smaller scale, this simple three-plant combination has enough textural contrast
“Magestic furcraea macdougalli lines the wall to anchor this blue Southern California garden. Festuca” — catzbeadz
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