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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
what kind of plants are these and how wide and big do they grow? thank you
sprayer of pure water to wash off any accidental overspray that gets on desired plants. For crushed rock areas, if you install 3" thick and compact, you usually have very few weeds.
Would be more striking if you plant them closer together and pair them with something else, like river rock. Looks too
Plants to border fence in back
the plants and stone wall. very Austin.
How the plants have softened the
requirement: Regular to establish, then minimal Prime growing season: Spring to summer When to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
plants/Those are Lavender - probably Grosso or Provence
Massing LavenderFor a mass of lavender against a stone wall or fence, plant en masse, leaving room between for the shrubby flowers to grow. You'll have to deal with clumps of lavender for a few years until they fill out and create the mass you are looking for.
“Stone Wall with wispiness of plantings” — James D Rogers, Builder
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Enlightened Lighting is a full-service design, installation & maintenance company for LED outdoor lighting. We seek to create a stunning exterior lighting design for every customer, every time.
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
What are the plants with the white blooms called?
I like the use of one plant in a mass. however, the hydrangeas will not work in full sun.
annabelles ``plant with white bloom by pool
Hydrangeas in mass by pool
hydrangea en masse...mass planting
“Milk jug in center of hydrangeas” — bev1042
Lazar Landscape Design and Construction
12 Reviews
Piedmont Modern Garden
plants - esp the ponytail plants next to house in plants like Harry gave me.
wall and plantings, reminds me of our house
front front yard -- plants and grass behind to garden wall
Low maintenance landscaping design is intriguing - different plants, perhaps? Something more lush/colourful?
3 plants balanced with several like kinds in front
“pretty tree” — sltvodicka
J. Grant Design Studio
1 Review
Olive Mill
planting and materials like the large rocks used throughout yard. like the plantings some low ground cover mixed with medium height plants and taller trees
Variety of plants surrounding the tree
Grass with shade, not too many plants
planting under oaks - so lush and cosy
Really like plants and think bed design would work around driveway bed.
“Yard” — amiktucker
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
A stone retaining wall supports the upper and lower plantings for this front entry.
Hello! What is the purple plant in the background?
like the red plant and the purple plant
Front yard wall with soft plantings
little purple plants
Purple plant...Hillside plantings...Specific plants...Front yard plants...risen plants...RED PLANT...mass planting
“Beautiful shrubs!” — wallac44
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
nice balance of stone & plants
like slope/elevation, colors, styles of plants and natural shapes.
Fewer plants, mulch, cleaner design
plant baby tears inbetween
like the flagstones and plants/shrubs.
surrounded by lots of plants.
plant colors and textures
Tufts of plant material
drought tolerant planting
pavers with plants...stones & plants...Plant layout...Natural plants...mass plantings
“flagstone patio” — johaun
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern rear yard
plants - tall ones in back
Geometry, symetry, repetition of the same plants, tiers of planters...
fouet et plantes tombantes en avant
Simple pavers, raised beds, easy plants
Separation of the plants
Change in planting elevation
Love plants and pavers
purple plants...mass plantings
“Privacy screen” — Live Better Real Estate
Shepard Butler Landscape Architecture
Stone Pool
Mass planting of ferns, and organic looking pool.
landscaping: Plant for a suitable transition. How to soften
plant ferns in the lower creek garden Consider putting a stone border like this to seperate the ferns from the creek.
3. Plant for a suitable transition. How to soften borders and create appropriate transitions between spaces is a common garden dilemma. Since ferns range in height from 6 inches to more than 6 feet, they can be invaluable in this regard. This garden shows how beautifully ferns can ease the transition
transition between hardscaping and a forested area.Read more about gardens planted on the edge of nature
“Ferns, slate, water” — mollymiupops
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