2,100 hanging plant Asian Home Design Photos

Mark Brand Architecture
9 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Exterior
Love the plants- what are they all and are they high/ low maintenance? Lovely
I didn't select the plant materials, but I do know the wonderful grass to the right of the image is
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
et prennent place naturellement dans un aménagement aquatique. Ici, les plantes graphiques comme l’Imperata « red baron » aux terminaisons rouges et autres
“Fence” — efrayre
Loudoun Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
Envision Landscape Studio
10 Reviews
San Francisco
what is the name of the grass-like plant in the lower container?
What plant are you using for ground cover here?
Love plants against back wall, varying heights of planter boxes ..... Hydroponic plants
plant box...Fence plants...Back wall planting...Plant box grass water features...Plants in stone boxes...Side planting bed...Plant boxes
“outside garden” — rizs2012
14 Reviews
What kind of bamboo is that does it spread and what zones can it be planted?
"running" Bamboo. The new shoots come up in April and May. It should always be planted with a Barrier. I would suggest digging a 2-3 foot channel in front of bamboo
Circular seating and fire pit with bamboo plantings
like the columnar plantings in a tight space
Could be great for the back patio and hanging lights
ARBOURS10. Build a focal pointArbours are often planted with climbers and suit traditional gardens but this contemporary example has been left bare of
“Love the black pergola” — sinamangio
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Farm Field Pacific Rim
Love the red plant on the right. What is it?
Take notes from the color blocking and mimic the designs with your own plantings. Your garden will flow visually into the farm, and your property will seem
Take notes from the color blocking and mimic the designs with your own plantings. Your garden will flow visually into the farm, and your property will
fields of wheat, corn or soybeans? Flaunt that view by adding layers of plantings that reflect and reinforce the colors in the distance.
“FAVORITE” — whiskuz
Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
Landscape Design and Installation
Want to avoid this look- too few plants
Front yard....this is kind of how I like the placemant of unique plants for the potential front
BEAUTIFUL ASIAN PLANT AND TREES...Bark with plants...Plant in the front middle
“sclupured tree” — charlescampise
Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
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
let's get some plants that fall over the stone walls
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
“Like gravel path and stone border” — zapbro
Michael Glassman & Associates
26 Reviews
Michael Glassman Designs
Better backyard hang out patio idea
Like bamboo and lower garden plantings
Planter with hedge plant...Courtyard planting
“Buddha” — jlkleist
Asian Landscape
Could you please tell me what plant is on the left of the photo
more plants for your property from vegetative cuttings of the specialty cultivars. The investment will pay off over time as you propagate and plant new
for these specialty cultivars may shock you, because they are specialty plants ordered in limited quantities by the nursery. Look for cultivars of Japanese
new plants each year.More:Ideas for a Woodland GardenYour Soil: The Simple Secret to Gardening Success
like the plants, path and mulch combo
“I like the ground cover here” — Best Flooring Center
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