Hoi Ning Wong
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Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Melville craftsman-landscape
 

Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Melville

Photo: Hoi Ning Wong © 2014 Houzz
Design: Sarah Warto, Boxleaf Design
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Annie Thornton added this to 5 Gardens to Inspire Your Outdoor Rooms
The project has a primarily evergreen green-on-green color scheme, relying on texture and slight color variations for visual interest. Potted plants add height to the bed and create another layer of continuity throughout the yard.To achieve a similar monochromatic look, Warto suggests pulling plants at the nursery to see what works well together. Pick the boldest and strongest-textured plants first, placing them in the garden before all the others. Move down the line of boldness, filling in the second-most-textured plants until you finish with soft, wispy foliage and grasses.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

poolside23 added this to landscaping
July 15, 2014
potted plants IN the garden
Esther Wilson added this to esther_wilson's ideas
July 2, 2014
garden
jochebed1 added this to plants
June 29, 2014
plant variety arrangement
lisamariee added this to Orchard and Garden
June 18, 2014
Hydrangeas in pot
Maew Suchin added this to Gardening
May 22, 2014
how to divide pathway from planting area, mixed plants
lmarianne added this to Dining Room Ideas
May 22, 2014
Potted plants in a garden, very nice
dgabe added this to Outside
May 21, 2014
The project has a primarily evergreen green-on-green color scheme, relying on texture and slight color variations for visual interest. Potted plants add height to the bed and create another layer of continuity throughout the yard. To achieve a similar monochromatic look, Warto suggests pulling plants at the nursery to see what works well together. Pick the boldest and strongest-textured plants first, placing them in the garden before all the others. Move down the line of boldness, filling in the second-most-textured plants until you finish with soft, wispy foliage and grasses.
Blaithin Sheerin added this to Garden planting
May 21, 2014
Green on green
sensory added this to Gardens
May 20, 2014
different textures
Ann McAloney added this to ann_mcaloney's ideas
May 20, 2014
Pretty garden
malinour added this to malinour's ideas
May 19, 2014
Little rocks
pinta1 added this to pinta1's ideas
May 19, 2014
tall plant in pot- use along garage wall
lcomin added this to Landscaping
May 19, 2014
evergreen and green on green with texture variety
dclacy added this to Gardens
May 19, 2014
The pot in the landscape
terry_grant2071 added this to Landscape Ideas
May 19, 2014
mixed textures
watterworks added this to garden ideas
May 19, 2014
green on green and height by adding potted plants. "The project has a primarily evergreen green-on-green color scheme, relying on texture and slight color variations for visual interest. Potted plants add height to the bed and create another layer of continuity throughout the yard."
gebarth added this to gebarth's Ideas
May 18, 2014
hynrangeas in pots
456dsa added this to 456dsa's ideas
May 18, 2014
The project has a primarily evergreen green-on-green color scheme, relying on texture and slight color variations for visual interest. Potted plants add height to the bed and create another layer of continuity throughout the yard. To achieve a similar monochromatic look, Warto suggests pulling plants at the nursery to see what works well together. Pick the boldest and strongest-textured plants first, placing them in the garden before all the others. Move down the line of boldness, filling in the second-most-textured plants until you finish with soft, wispy foliage and grasses.
amybev added this to Landscape Ideas
May 18, 2014
Using potted plants in a border
jaybobby added this to landscaping
May 18, 2014
Border planting
flscarola added this to landscaping
May 18, 2014
pots mixed in with plantings
tkreid added this to tkreid's ideas
May 18, 2014
Planting in layers and textures
rosiepavlov added this to exterior spaces
May 18, 2014
suggest, picking the boldest, strongest-textured plants first, placing them in the garden before all the others, move down the line in boldness, until you finish with soft, wispy foliage/grasses
samthe1dog added this to #3
May 18, 2014
herbs in pots and in ground
judycnnc added this to Garden Ideas
May 18, 2014
colors of green
lizzieparker added this to lizzieparker's ideas
May 18, 2014
Mixture of plants
kona2014 added this to kona2014's Ideas
May 18, 2014
Evergreen plant ideas. Out of palo alto
dkoritar added this to outdoor
May 18, 2014
foliage choice selection
marshajwes added this to Grapevine home ideas
May 18, 2014
Herb Garden
Allison added this to Cabin Ideas
May 18, 2014
Potted plant among other plantings-
lightborder added this to Garden
May 18, 2014
Green on green
mariarogers added this to mariarogers's Ideas
May 17, 2014
plants
rileylass added this to Landscaping/Lauretta
May 16, 2014
green on green theme
Robert Sarnovsky added this to robert_sarnovsky's ideas
May 15, 2014
i like the mix of potted and planted plants in the garden
13roxanne added this to backyard thoughts
May 14, 2014
various textures of green- quite calming
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