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Alan Cooper Architect, PLLC
Kings Point Residence
Pink flower pot...Potted plant...Outdoor. Pretty...Pots for Sago
Landscapes by Dallas Foster, Inc
Love the outside landscape of this potting shed.
Potting shed? Chicken coop for "chicken little"
Outdoor setting into woods
Potting shed!...Potting shed...Outdoor shed
Fine Fitted Interiors
I love the use of light and how the outdoors is brought in with the use of plants and large French style doors.
roof, outdoor kitchen
Pot rack...Kitchen and pots...hanging pot rack...hanging pots
Use of pot...Horses tail in pot...flower pot...Pot plant...creative outdoor
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
The little trees in the pots are Rosemary Herbs grown as small trees. We maintain them at the size that you see. They are not hardy in Illinois and bring them indoors in the winter for protection.
little potted tree...pots on posts...Pots/Tree plant
Alexander James Interiors
I'm wondering if you could achieve that look with a decorative outdoor rug--especially in a covered area like that.
Tile door pots with tree.
Outdoor tile entry way
Like the front pots
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
just don't overdo it. If your house temperatures drop in the winter, water less frequently.Soil: Plant in rich, well-drained potting mix, in a wide, as opposed to deep, pot — bird of paradise has a shallow root system and likes to spread.Feeding: Fertilize every two weeks in spring and summer with a
the tray will evaporate, providing humidity for the plant. Additionally, bird of paradise likes to be pot bound; it will bloom better this way. So if you divide the plant or move it into a larger pot, it may take several more years to bloom.Air purification: While it's not known as a superhero in reducing
Bird of paradise works well in this modern Philidelphia home and fills this corner nicely, bringing the outdoors in. In this scenario, however, the plant really could be taller to fill the vertical space and to bring the eye up instead of down. Here I find myself looking at the legs of the bench instead