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The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Twin Peaks Texture
Ideabooks2,591
Questions3
Textural plantings, vivid color and strong clean lines makes for an engaging space
Please share the name of all the plants here, including the orange tall ones in the back, grass on the side and compact short green shrubs in front. Beautiful- Thanks!
Thanks so much for sharing the names of the plants; they look great together!
with deeper reds and oranges looks nice as well
Nice bright yellow and warm orange color mix
Hi. The tall orange plnats are Anigozanthos hybrid "Bush Dawn", the short green plants are Euphorbia martinii and the grasses are a combination of Carex testacea & Miscanthus
in the front tall in the back” “foliage in front of orange Kangaroo Paws” “Orange plants and the ones in front Anigozanthos hybrid "Bush Dawn",” “for front of brick house” “Pretty front yard landscaping” “Yellow plant for the front”
“Tall orange plants” — jastihome
Johnston Architects
6 Reviews
Howe Street Remodel
Ideabooks662
Questions1
Orange and lime green for patio?
Plants for a hot colour palette.
the deck railings and the orange accents
tall plant along wall with orange blossom
orange brellie with orange accents in border.
Ideas for using tropical plants in a confined space.
the way the colors in the plants coordinate
Orange can dominate in mixed plantings, but here, in a border with mixed colors, it has been used to add that something extra.Cleverly the designer has linked the orange throughout the design — from the leaves of the Crocosmia to the flowers of the Canna and even the parasol. The eye is led smoothly
“Plants” — frisbk
Pot Incorporated
Endowment Estate
Ideabooks2,295
Questions1
This beautiful home in Vancouver is beautifully accented with classic planters filled with a wide variety of dramatic plantings.
Can you tell us what plants were used?
orange may be the dominant color, with the bright flowers of the trailing Calibrachoa, but it is softened by the foliage of the coleus and Canna Tropicanna
collection of plants in the pot
Like the colors of the plants!
temporary focal point. Rather than plant a whole bed of flowers, plant a container garden so that it can bring summer color where it's most appreciated — whether that's on a patio or a doorstep. Since container combinations are typically seasonal affairs, they're often planted with the desired flowers and
If you are still on the fence about using orange, why not start with a container influenced by it? Here orange may be the dominant color, with the bright flowers of the trailing Calibrachoa, but it is softened by the foliage of
“Love the color” — scintoaks
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Choisya ternata
Ideabooks686
Questions0
choisya ternata (Mexican orange), 'sundance', 'aztec pearl'
Mexican Orange (Choisya ternata) Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I
Mexican orange plant - very hardy
Mexican Orange Choisya ternata year around
evergreen: Mexican orange, zones 7-9, full to partial sunn, 5 ft wide and tall, well drained
Mexican Orange(Choisya ternata)Mexican orange (Choisya ternata) must be the one evergreen plant I use the most. While I strive to refrain from falling back to the same plants over and over, this enchanting and versatile shrub is hard to resist. Naturally rounded and full, easily maintained to a smaller
to 9Water requirement: Well-drained soilLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 5 feet tall and wideSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Spring or summer
“Mexican (mock orange): Sundance yellow leaves, Pearl Fern like leaves” — martinsmum
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks3,989
Questions2
What is the orange long stemmed plant in the front location?
like the orange & red the height as well
like color of the red plant
Orange stemmed plant is: Kniphofia uvaria or Red Hot Poker I believe this is 'Shining Scepter'
Large Pavers and the Orange Plant in the background
color and planting in layers, adds up
I like the plants on the hillside.
“Plants” — Susan Gonzalez
Shelley Gardea
View of Xeriscape Garden
Ideabooks2,871
Questions2
What is the orange plant in the back? Very beautiful design!
This is one of the most inspiring xeriscape examples on houzz. Can you please name the plants shown instead?
I'm so glad you like the examples of the xeroscape landscaping. If you want to find out about each plant and the names, please contact Scott Ward of White Sage Gardening. He is the mastermind behind this garden.
Plants and sparseness of plants (I like it a little sparser, though)
sculptural look of the plants. Looks simple enough
Put structural no water plants on back slope
Minimal plants but achieving nice color in a desert
some of these plants are interesting
gorgeous, large succulents planted in a courtyard or entrance. I love succulents, they are so sculptural and so bold, they
“Xeriscape” — homesweetcracker
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks4,039
Questions2
A steep hillside is turned into a lush landscape using salvias, ornamental grasses, pomegranates and other easy care plants.
Can you share with me a list of plants, shrubs and tree's used here on this steep slope. It's truly fabulous. would love my steep hill to look like this. Rhoda Meade San Mateo, CA
ornamental grasses are common here. Would any of these other plantings work here?
tall grasses towards the top of the staircase are Miscanthus species. Below them to the right is a salvia leucantha and a pennisetum grass. The orange plant below the pennisetum is a phygelius and below that are the David Austin hybrid roses. On the opposite side , starting next to the lawn and moving
and echium fastuosum, Growing out from that mass is a pomegranate tree. The strong silver plan is a helichrysum. - A fairly basic Mediterranean plant palette was used. Happy Gardening !
“Hillside landscaping” — alleyeslooktoyou
Gardens by Gabriel
6 Reviews
Blooms of Color!
Ideabooks5,729
Questions3
Rich colors and cheery swaths of drought-tolerant plants
I would like to know what all of the plants are in this picture.
Is this on a slope and what kind of soil do these plants like? Thank you Edith Bond
garden do well in Baldwin City, Kansas? We have a slope that we would like to landscape with some of these plants especially the yellow yucca, but we are in zone 5A
It's a slope indeed. All plants enjoy well drained soil, and a frost free environment. Some of the heavy hitters of this composition are
What is the purple flowered plant's name?
the colors, result of the combination of plants
density is good, mix of succulents and other taller plants, colors
like the orange plants towards bk and the silvery blue grn cover creeping around yellow yucca
“Dtoler” — nyawish
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