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GDC Construction
1 Review
Val Verde
while mesa stair step design the big terracotta plant pots terracotta tile pavers
jar plants...plants in pots...container plants...potted plants
“Walls” — Irish Springs Pools & Spas
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
Stonebridge Development Group
3 Reviews
Exterior Spaces
potted plants
Plant holder
“Patio” — tmsitz
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Alford Residence
Use of steps, plants and color for side yard
them take flight). The mythology continues today, as some believe that burning aster leaves will keep snakes away. See more guides to great design plants
the plants...Pretty purple plant
“large "steps" to change levels” — sendtonapier
katie moss landscape design
Tigertail Road, Brentwood, California
love the planting on either side of the path
Hillside plants to cover large space
Hillside plants...Great planting
“stair steps with gravel and railroad ties” — jillherbst
Marianne Simon Design
5 Reviews
Bellevue Residence
I like the big plant. I like the bench with small plants
Plant...pleat on curtain (or lack of)...chairs
Chairs, plant, layout
Pillow and plants...Aplique and plants
“Gray ottoman and tan chairs” — marciburke
Modern Landscape
What are the plants/veggies in the main planter? I can tell most of them but want to be sure.
lots of room for planting, but need more integral into look of our house (ie stone) or stained concrete or something.
Create raised bedsBuilding blocks are an inexpensive material for raised beds, and their soft, neutral colour allows the plants to be the focus of attention.
“cinderblock” — bbigney
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence II
Plants flanking the tiles---what are their names?
The red flowering plants and the foliage....are they shade loving/perennial/water needs? -- Botanical name will do :-)
Entry way lighting and plants
container plant...potted plant
“designing” — klangev
Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
table. Instead, consider built-ins or extendable tables. Likewise, you won’t want to plant a tree that’s going to grow to 100 feet tall and completely overtake your yard. Here Radford smartly worked in small, native plants and grasses to keep an open feel.
The little sand area, the wall units where plants can grow
tastefully. There is a mix of different styles and color palate- stick with one style of screening or use chinese style of consistent variety. Mature plants in selection would give needed beef.
Rocks and gravel with scattered plants
“arborvitae gives fullness plus privacy and is evergreen” — sachisnana
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