9,972 native California plants Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
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stemmed plant in the front location?
like color of the red plant
Variety of plants and color... Very natural.
stemmed plant is: Kniphofia uvaria or Red Hot Poker I believe this is 'Shining Scepter'
Natives with modern path
native California plants
california pepper tree
Good planting....Plants and trees...plants and path
“big pavers” — deesta1
Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
Robert Shuler Design
Ideabooks21
Questions0
grasses, native California plants.
“Natural landscape with grasses, native plants in Carmel.” — lacasita
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks7,985
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walls, and native stone outcroppings. Sound vegetation management principles guide each phase of installation, and the true character of the woodland is revealed. Stone walls form terraces that traverse native topography, and a meticulously crafted stone staircase provides casual passage to a gently sloping
borders and native plant stands create edges and thresholds, and a crisp palette of traditional and contemporary materials merge––building upon the surrounding topography and site geology.
Create interest with plants. What you would like the experience of your front garden to be for your friends and neighbors? Richly textured planting designs help define
Plants to use in front and back that are native to the area.
“Astilbe” — seeleycl
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
Ideabooks7,257
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sustainable plantings. In California, native plants such as Baccharis ‘Centennial’ and Ceonothus griseus var. horizontalis ‘Yankee Point’ are two low-water natives that tolerate clipping well."
6. A restrained color palette. Plants in a classic garden have clean geometry
sustainable plantings. In California, native plants such as Baccharis ‘Centennial’ and Ceonothus griseus var. horizontalis ‘Yankee Point’ are two low-water natives that tolerate clipping well.
Plants in a classic garden have clean geometry. Clipped greens and hedges of boxwood
sustainable plantings. In California, native plants such as Baccharis ‘Centennial’ and Ceonothus griseus var. horizontalis ‘Yankee Point’ are two low-water natives that tolerate clipping well.
“Lush shrubbery.” — cheekyfiend
ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks6,920
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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?
does this plants need? Can they survive with little frost in winter?
The above photo is our Client's project which is located in Southern California. The grass does quite well here and all other SoCal properties where we've occasionally used over many years
background plant Furcraea macdougalii. It's truly fantastic in this blue garden, but can be in short supply in succulent nurseries.
WHITE WALL GIVING PRIVACY, GREEN STRIKING PLANT AGAINST WALL, MASS PLANTING IN FRONT AND PATHWAY
Magestic furcraea macdougalli lines the wall to anchor this blue Southern California garden. Festuca glauca
“Blue grass for scott” — Tovi Mosey
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
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fragmented native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management practices guide the homeowner’s efforts to rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds
flowers and plants, grasses too that are deer resistant for a New England slope
Hi, I love this mix of plants. I believe
spiky plants, I believe that is the Salvia "May Night" noted above. If you are talking about the pinkish purple flowers, they look like chives to me! (just thought I'd help)
The purple plants, what are they?
Sorry for the delayed response! The plants we used here are: Salvia 'May Night'. The
“Plants” — eskesq
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks16,063
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tural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
n and native California plants. An avid hiker, the homeowner now has her own decomposed granite "trail." Photo by Shirley Bovshow, http://EdenMakersBlog.com
tall red plants in the back, and the smaller plants in the front. Love the layering effect. My home is in So Cal. Thanks for your assistants
garden with native plants and Mediterranean plants designed by Shirley Bovshow in LA
Again planting in ground as well as potted.
native plants and decomposed granite trail
Love the colorful plants and mulch.
the DG, edging of rocksand the plants rock!
I love the layout of the plants.
Native plants mix with Mediterranean imports in a Central California garden. Since both thrive in the same conditions, they work well together; most people would be hard pressed to know which is which. The result is an easy-care garden that's colorful without demanding too much water. The color of the
“colors” — molud
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,097
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for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating it entirely. Just look at this lovely front yard lawn conversion, filled with blue fescue and echeveria.
Lovely plantings in front yard, forego the sod!!
Yard space removed by adding plants.
Barbara, California, are an increasingly strong trend, especially in low-rainfall climates. After removing the existing turfgrass, the designer created an abstract interpretation of a creek using ornamental grasses and colorful succulents. Where the garden meets the street, the plants become denser and
for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating it entirely. Just look at this lovely front yard lawn conversion, filled with blue fescue and echeveria.See more: Get Along With Less Lawn — Ideas to Save Water and Effort
“in front of fence” — dghausi
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