94 fern dry shade Asian Home Design Photos

Modern Landscaping, Inc.
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Asian Themed Garden (Palo Alto, CA)
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Love the ferns and rushes.......gravel path is a nice practical contrast .
Meandering stone pathway set in gravel, neat ferns, reed
Shade To Partial Sun
Big fern and bamboo...Ferns and rushes...Horsetail and ferns...and ferns
“Big fern and bamboo” — kmccray
Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
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I have a little sun and lots of shade. Planted dichondra seed for back yard and between broken stones on patio and it is fabulous. Stays green even under snow in N.C. and never needs mowing
see it sold as a houseplant (up here in Canada) but I have planted it in containers myself for a beautiful cascading green effect. I planted mine in shade. Have a look in the indoor section of your local nursery and you will find some interesting plants to grow as annuals in your containers. I hope this
Love the Myers Asparagus Fern in pots.
“like simplicity and area for "reading"” — parkyblonde25
The Somerville Showroom
Falls Church KOHLER Registered Showroom
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Kerr Construction, Inc.
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Major Home Remodel
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For area by window - ferns, green, rain forest.
Shades with lights behind them. Good for upper on half wall
“pool shed” — rjonkman
Falls Church KOHLER Registered Showroom
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Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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Photo shows Japanese Tea House west side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan
Japanese garden - ferns and pathway
“Inoukchouk” — yvesbulabois
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Haynie Residents
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plant succulents on the dry slope on the northeast side of our backyard?
Dudleya prefers the typically wet winters and cool, dry summers. It grows best
leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Unlike many other succulents, it propagates through seed or division.
leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Unlike many other succulents, it propagates through seed or division.
cannot be propagated by offsets. It’s not particularly cold tolerant, surviving to 15 or 20 degrees. Dudleya prefers the typically wet winters and cool, dry summers of California. It grows best in full sun but is a winter grower, so is likely to look its best when many plants look their worst. Grow it along
“lekgala hle” — Matshidiso Leshupi
Garden Design, Inc.
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Japanese garden
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Ferns. Angle of boulder. Moss. Groundcover
Dry pond!...Dry Pond...Dry pond
“luv it” — melthedog
Modern Landscaping, Inc.
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Asian Themed Garden (Palo Alto, CA)
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Asian themed garden grasses ferns stone
Interesting us of leylandi And ferns near and behind fountain - all of which can survive extreme cold weather.
Shade To Partial Sun
“Trees” — Jennifer Hurley
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Haynie Residents
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hot and dry yet Asian inspired
“Mass plantings equal bigger impact.” — pcmom1
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