38,149 outdoor potted plant Home Design Photos

Mozaic Landscapes
5 Reviews
Renovation in Palo Alto
Ideabooks2,962
Questions1
is the plant in the foreground?
Pretty plants, room for imagination
Planting sand sitting area
outdoor dining...Planting garden...Atmosphere, plants...trees plants...The planting...front green plant...Beautiful plants...The orange plant...so much planting
“Screening for privacy” — maryharty
martha picciotti
4 Reviews
Barnard Residence
Ideabooks8,485
Questions8
The plants behind the red flowers?
Plant life at entrance
Like the colorful plants
color plant...red plants...The color plants....garden outdoors...trees; plants...Plant selection
“Santa Barbara Style” — cheryllfencl
Fordellis, LLC
Ridge Oak remodel
Ideabooks3,203
Questions4
What temp can these plants tolerate?
name of the plant between the two cacti
Can you please advise me the name of the spiky plant? (The one between the two cacti)
What type of rock is the plant sitting in?
a new plant if you wish
It is a Yucca Cane, yucca elephantipes. It's an indoor plant that has thrived outdoors in the Austin climate. It has grown as tall as 5' to 6', you can prune and control the growth as you see fit and start the clippings as a new plant.
“Fence” — sheldano
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
courtyard view/ 29th
Ideabooks2,187
Questions1
Large plants - want for my front yard
Plant/cactus idea for outside front door corner
Like the structural plants at front
Architectural Shaped Plant: BLUE AGAVE...
Outdoor areas...structures plants...agave plants...plants for patio...agave plants?
“地中海?” — huhulala2008
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks2,006
Questions2
Planting thorny shrubs under windows for security
Plant the cacti under their window!
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath windows to deter break-ins
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
Detering burglars naturally. The articles says to plant thorny bushes
Plant low, thorny bushes beneath your windows. Bougainvillea, barberries, roses or any prickly specimen ought to deter break-ins. Yuccas and other large succulents are a lower-maintenance option.
“tile molding around windows” — janicemclaury
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
steel and stucco walls
Ideabooks2,780
Questions2
mass planting
Spiky Grass - Plants
plants in front of wall
Plants against the wall
Like the look including plants.
planted retaining wall
pavers, plants
“Metal and concrete combined” — Dan Smith
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
River House
Ideabooks2,664
Questions5
property. Planting was selected based upon the architectural qualities of the plants and the desire for it to be low-maintenance. A fire pit extends the pool season well into the shoulder seasons and provides a good viewing point for the river. Photo Credit: Westphalen Photography
pool, outdoor shower, putting green and fire pit. A long concrete seat wall guides visitors to the front entry accentuated by a tall ornamental grass backdrop. Local boulders, rivers stone and River Birch where also incorporated into the entry landscape, borrowing from the materiality of the Connecticut
What are the tall plants on the right side? Thanks!
what is the name of the round silver/blueish plant?
like plants to right of ppl'. Like plants behind ppl'
“love it!” — annvant
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
Ideabooks9,031
Questions3
grass was planted? Was it seeds, seedlings or carpet like? Thnx
Love the layers of upper, higher plantings
What are the background blossoming plantings? The bushes around them?
interested in planting. (Ex. Sunlight exposure, moisture, soil type) . Our recommendation would be to contact our office and ask to speak with one of our landscape architects or contact another professional near your home. Thank you for the inquiry!
The flow between front and side yards, also plants used.
think planting beds 8 to 24 feet deep — to achieve this look.
“Green and lush” — simplyangie2004
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