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Dana Point, CA
Love the look, what kind of lights do you have behind plants? Thanks.
Hummm. The potted plants w/lights behind,
Good placement of plants and lights
back lighting of plants against wall
Like pots and plants
effect behind plants
lighting behind the plants
pots go well w/ plants
lighting on lands,low maintenance plants
Lights behind plants.
Plant feature...Aloe plants...Plants in pot
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Flowers in Space
This is GORGEOUS!!!! What are the yellow flowers in front? Daylilies?
Thank you! The yellow flowers in the foreground are Daffodils.
Note combination of rocks combined with plant materials and smooth area of paving
flowers intermingled with trees
Rocks, plants, steps, temple, gate
nice simple flower display
colors and flowers...Yellow flowers...Flowers in Space...mass planting
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
Lime green plant - is Coleonema pulchrum 'Sunset Gold' (breath-of-heaven).
With its right hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil and protects from fear at the entryway to a master bedroom. The vivid lime-green plant at
master bedroom. The vivid lime-green plant at the figure’s feet is Coleonema pulchrum ‘Sunset Gold’ (Breath-of-Heaven).
With its right hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil and protects from fear at the entryway to a master bedroom. The vivid lime-green plant at the figure’s feet is Coleonema
With its right hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil and protects from fear at the entryway to a master bedroom. The vivid lime-green plant at the figure’s feet is Coleonema pulchrum ‘Sunset Gold’ (Breath-of-Heaven).
Mark Brand Architecture
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Exterior
Love the plants- what are they all and are they high/ low maintenance? Lovely Thank you
I didn't select the plant materials, but I do know the wonderful grass to the right of the image is Japanese Blood Grass.
Would this look nice in place of the greenhouse with a fountain in the middle
Whether you insert blood grass into an existing planting or let it be the star, there is certainly a place for it in your mild-climate garden. Give it a try, but if you’re a Southern gardener, keep close
Les rivières du JaponLes bambous sont associés aux jardins japonisants et prennent place naturellement dans un aménagement aquatique. Ici, les plantes graphiques comme l’Imperata « red baron » aux terminaisons rouges et autres graminées ondulantes donnent au terrain une personnalité très particulière
Hi, I love this space. How much for the waterfall fountain? How do you care for it in the winter? Thanks!
The fountain is simple and stately at the same time.
irregular slate patio with water feature & plants
Love the fountain and fire pit as well as the flagstone
stone work, large rocks, plants
rustic look, fountain
Modern Landscaping, Inc.
Asian Themed Garden (Palo Alto, CA)
A formidable pallet of Asian style plant species along with traditional bamboo construction and meandering stone and gravel pathways.
use those tall grass like plants as driveway border?
small space effectively done with big plants
junipers behind fountain, and check out the fence lattice/extension
behind fountain - all of which can survive extreme cold weather.
Zen Rock Garden
The garden is defined by a series of rock walls holding raised gardens beds and a winding pathway of gravel. Raised beds allow the plants to spill over into the path, working with the twisting trail to obscure a traveler’s view and create a sense of mystery around the bend.
Stack stone to hold in plants and dirt
next leg of the journey. What’s around the bend?Notice how the garden shown here is filled with interesting shapes and textures, provided by both the plant palette and the stone. The gravel underfoot creates another layer of depth by adding to the sense of exploration.