10 planting wildflower meadow Asian Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
variety of raised beds & planting surround
can reveal features in each that may have gone on unnoticed had only one plant type been used. The varieties play off each other's characteristics in
Plant ideas...plants along path...plant combinations...hillside plants...plantings and pathways...grasses and wildflowers...low water plants...Plant groupings...Landscape plants
“Planter boxes in the landscape” — thebeckydance
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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gravel courtyard
contrast of variegated plants and grasses
fence- different size of plants, bit of open in between but still private.
fence, low water plants (Manzanita), gravel, and trellis gate entry.
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
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
fétuque glauque qui est très décorative en massif, mélangée avec d’autres plantes, graminées et arbustes.
“Fence” — megpie1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
What plants were used in the background?
What is the plantings in the background? Specifically the yellow bunch
Could we plant more interesting grasses in our field?
Capture vistas and vignettes. Modern lines, materials and plantings abut this semiwild, meadow-inspired grass hillside. This scene offers a beautiful, inwardly
raised beds are planted in crop rows mimicking the borrowed agricultural landscape in the distance. Beyond that native and "nativesque" plants mimic the dunes
Rectilinear deck and boxes, undulating wild plants, rectilinear agricultural fields.
the line between the formal and natural spaces. For example, use native plants in formal rows to line the edge of your space, then gradually loosen the
What is the red plant in the planter
“mono-planting” — Fog Studio, LLC
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Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
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instead of picking weeds, mulching year after year, etc. We can bring in some plants and colors in pots and also some Clematis or Wisteria to grow on the pergola
Landscape Design LLC SaveEmail If your space is a bit short on sun, consider planting ferns en masse. Shafts of sunlight piercing the woodland canopy, highlighting
I like the mix of rocks and slate withe plants flowing into them
plantings. like the weeping evergreen.
“Japanese garden” — saylily
Michael Glassman & Associates
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Michael Glassman Designs
fence. we could also plant some evergreens (similar to the one we have near pergola corner) for privacy near HT.
like idea of an iron piece. also like the naturalish but contained plant sectionnw/rocks
rocks and plants...plantings around hot tub
“The wall favourite” — malc0053
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Howard Roberts
What is the name of this magnificent plant and would it grow in S Afri
Spring Habit Prostrate Plant Height 1 in - 2 in Plant Width 12 in Bloom Size 1 in Additional Characteristics Easy Care Plants, Flower Bloom Color Purple
Would this grow in Central Western Florida along the Gulf I have a double planting area between a winding walkway about 70 feet long, wide on each side I'm
Low maintenance meadow of flowers and native plants
6. Plant a native meadow. If you have a larger outdoor space to contend with, you may not
gravel or stone. Think instead about creating a low-maintenance “meadow” of native plants that requires little water or upkeep. A local landscaping pro or
Plant a native meadow. If you have a larger outdoor space to contend with, you may not
“Flowering ground cover to replace grass” — Anna Bethea
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Drought tolerant poolscape
Drought-tolerant, low maintenance landscape for an existing pool, using a simple plant palette of hardy native and horticultural species
similar. The same result could be accomplished by planting a variegated Japanese maple or a mass planting of variegated hostas or irises. When creating a
Clean lines, simple planting and connection between tree, plant and rock
natural elements, such as boulders and native ferns. Also, you can sow wildflower seeds among them.
similar. The same result could be accomplished by planting a variegated Japanese maple or a mass planting of variegated hostas or irises.When creating a vignette
lost if the birches were replaced with magnolias or oaks. In addition, the plant palette supports the strength of this vignette because it has been kept in
“Good for side of house” — orravan
Deane Rykerson
1 Review
By the lake or in the wildflower meadow
“View house” — milly0102
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