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Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Hidden Valley
Like cut in of plantings
Planting ideas
“Pool deck/color/white” — tdtbc5
Nature Designs Landscaping
1 Review
I like the plants behind pond
Flower looking plant on right side middle
Outdoor in front yard
Lush tropical plants
Pond side plants...Tropical plants...Plant yukka
“Floor” — harryyang
Exterra Designs, Inc
14 Reviews
Front entry garden
what are the plants used ?
path and plants for our corner?
I like the pea gravel planting areas - perhaps no practical for us but a nice look nonetheless
Lovely outdoor space
boulders, stepping stones, plants
plant combination ? path
Variety of plants
“Private” — kktalbert
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Toylsome Lane Southampton Village New York
What is the green plant in the stone pot in the center bottom if the picture? Also would love to know where to purchase e pot? Thanks!
Hi, what are the green plants that are in the white planters
Green plant in stone pot?
The green plants are American Boxood. The white planters are from Haddonstone.
Creeping plant...Outdoor canopy...Japanese plant...red plants, pots...potted plants
“arched canopy” — karelulizio
Warren Claytor Architects, Inc.
Warren Claytor Architects, designed the new detached garage as well as the addition and renovations to this home. It included a new kitchen, new outdoor terrace, new sitting and dining space breakfast room, mudroom, master bathroom, endless details and many recycled materials including wood beams, flooring
“Que sea la puerta de entrada de afuera hacia la cocioa x ejemplo.. C me fadcinaría un murito de pie” — astridingrid
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 3
Pretty walkway with xerotropic plants
door, lights, plants
Combinaison de plantes
Plantings in the stonework
Planting perennials around flagstone path
sporadic plantings of different style
“Cabana” — reeva555
Tom Hurt Architecture
Taylor Slough Creek House_Entry
Abandoned because of little plants popping up and a "dirty roof"??
Seriously, I'm getting sick of the "clean" approach to landscape design as dictated by architects. Those little plants popping up add charm and a lived in look. Why does everything have to
The landscape designer planted all the plants you see here. Some of them are just small. I think he intentionally wanted it to be informal. Yes the roof has the pollen from the oak trees -- a yearly phenomenon in Austin. Thanks for your comment. --Tom Hurt
grand additions. In my reality, I am inspired by designs that inject drama into an average ranch. The wood plank wall, the modern portico and the plantings give this home pizzazz, and I am simply smitten.
“Entry” — courtneyklick
Osborne Architects
4 Reviews
Baer Retreat
Amazing screen porch, outdoor shower, green wall!!!
Plant wall and solar panel to new garage building.
plants on side of barn
plants along front wall
Living plant wall...Planted wall
“Planted wall” — tejaz01
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