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Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
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Charles McClure, landscape architect
what is the red tree/plant in the bottom rigjt corner?
Love the rock incorporated in the design
quite a few benches/accessories, they're all in the same neutral tone — creating a smooth and seamless design.
Before you plant. Black mondo is a low-maintenance, cold-hardy and pest-free plant. Plant spring through fall in rich, well-drained soils with medium moisture. As a slow-growing and non-spreading
may take longer for beds to fill out than with other mondo grass varieties. More great design plants:Feather Reed Grass | New Zealand Wind Grass | Red Kangaroo PawBlue Chalk Sticks | Catmint | Slipper PlantGreat design trees:Japanese Maple | Persian Ironwood | Smoke Tree | Bald Cypress | Tree Aloe
“Zen” — Erick Grey
Whitmores Landscaping
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. Japanense Stewartia Stewartia
Build up around the maple in the front like this and use the space around the tree for plants.
“a walk rock path way with a tree in the middle” — wjnelly
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irregular slate patio with water feature & plants
Like the up lights and rocks around plants
Nice 'Stone-scaping' and Firepit Design.
slate patio plants
“The fountain is simple and stately at the same time.” — ukorman
Seattle Area Interior Design Firm - Best of Houzz
Pulp Design Studios creates beautiful award-winning interiors that reflect the individual style of our clients, bringing function and value to your home and lifestyle.
A Yard & A Half Landscaping Cooperative, Inc.
Cambridge Patio & Outdoor Living
Irregular bluestone patio with planted pockets. Design: Carolyn Edsell-Vetter; Installation: A Yard & A Half; Photo: Jesse Edsell-Vetter.
perennial plants
“this is how ours will be with a step” — pamfodel
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
you please tell me what are some of the small trees and shrubs, they must be able to grow in low light I presume? I would even appreciate a bit of a planting suggestion. I am in Western Australia and I think that the climate here is similar to CA thankyou
Thanks! Glad you like it.. We love many Australian plants. Tree on left is Cornus florida 'Welchii' (Tricolor Dogwood) - Below it is Daphne odora 'Marginata' (Variegated Winter-blooming Daphne) - strappy plant on lower right side is Liriope gigantea (Giant Lily Turf) - just in front
table is only half a meter down apparently so I think water will be fine. Our space is a little narrower but i will certainly be looking up a those plants. Have been looking at bamboos a lot lately. Could take us a while as we are renovating house as well. Ill post some pictues one day when we get to
“Ground cover flush with stepping stones, which are naturally shaped and enticing to travel” — bobbie131
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
What is the name of the plants? Are they a cactus?
What type of plant is that in the pot?
Liveforever has powdery blue leaves and would contrast with other plants in a garden. Should I 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 in full sun but is a winter grower, so is likely to look its best when many plants look their worst
center. Flowers come in a variety of colors, including white, yellow and red.It’s a winter-growing plant, and when not in bloom it can appear inconspicuous, even dying. Liveforever looks its worst when many plants appear in their finest form, but it revives once the weather cools down and it rains a little
“Like these” — jacinta816
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
gravel courtyard
Subtle palettes. Here we can see how a more subtle planting of glaucous green gives us a restful picture. Notice how the choice of plants has been limited to prevent the border from becoming too busy — something that is so important when using foliage plants in smaller spaces.
Note: If you mass blue fescue, be sure to place the plants close together (10 inches or so); it is not a clumping grass and will not fill in.
“Natives, grasses and trellis” — cfordyce
ecodesign Pty Ltd
Bali Style Retreat
Mother-in-Law tongues Plants - suitable for West Coast BC?
Iron fence + boxed sword plants
ng outdoors. Tiger grass, bamboo and laser-cut steel panel screens and timber battens allow this space a sense of seclusion without closing it in. Plants also help to create a buffer for noise if the party gets a little rowdy.
“slats opening up the space instead of a solid wall” — realtimcurry1
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