1,871 vertical planting Asian Home Design Photos

Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks13,384
Questions6
Hello, what is the nameof that plant? Thanks
Style Secret: Plants Introducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another
do plants in the bathroom and a low window like this
Vertical plantings inspire and reflect the lines of this outdoor shower as well. The shower curtain picks up the vertical lines, with shimmers of light between, a perfect echo of the horsetail reeds seen here.
Style Secret: PlantsIntroducing a touch of living greenery
traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the palette focused — green foliage is more appropriate than a bounty of colorful blooms.East meets West: Want to venture beyond classic Japanese plants? Bring in
“Indoor/Outdoor Shower” — jdowning15
Kohei Owatari Design
1 Review
Japanese garden
Ideabooks1,092
Questions2
bamboo fence, transition of material from wood to round stones to flat rocks to water to green plants
PLANTS, FENCE ROCK BORDER = PLANT AT FRONT LEFT
vertical plants...Water plant/bamboo
“Flagstone” — anna95dino
ecodesign Pty Ltd
Bali Style Retreat
Ideabooks12,204
Questions3
lineal vs vertical lines... interesting ....
could otto weld the vertically oriented fence?
with tall plantings. Nice divider
Like the plants in right bottom corner
black wall behind plants
like vertical privacy
snakes tongue plants and planter
Love the screens and plants
Snake plant & screens
plant boxes and wall
plant boxes...Tiles and plant box...vertical screens...Snake plants...potted plants
“Planters” — susanbib
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
Ideabooks29,287
Questions8
Love the plants in the planters. What kind of plant are the ones in the planters?
what is the trailing plant in the container
because I really can't see the plant close enough but my guess would be that it's Pilea depressa (Giant Baby's Tears). I usually 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
vacant space in the front yard as garden with plants on the ground and in pots, it's nice and fresh to look at but I want to extend my receiving room because it's just small for us...what design should suits that will not affect my healthy growing plants and that the outcome of the extension will just
“Trellis” — jstcuz
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
Ideabooks20,574
Questions12
Where can i get banana plant??
Hello, i love that big plant !!!! With the redish color. Can I know the name of it please.!!?
What beuatiful plants! What is their name? the red ones next to the doors! Thanks
What are the short red/purpleish plants in front of BOD called?thx
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. The plants are a dwarf red leaved ornamental bananas. Ensete maurelii They are frost tender, but really very lovely.
What type of plants are those in the pots as well as the large leafy ones beside the pots?
like the plants in the pots
As long as your plant purchases match your personal design criteria, you're good to go.
“What I like about this is not the Asian aspect, but the seclusion and privacy and sense of space and” — johngorkross
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
gravel courtyard
Ideabooks9,589
Questions6
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.
“love the silver grass and lushness” — frannyls
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks8,751
Questions4
What is the name of the plants? Are they a cactus?
What type of plant is that in the pot?
Wood color and colored stones matching plants
I like the dark pots with light plants
note low planter boxes planted with succulents and filled with stones for varying textures
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
Distinguishing traits. Liveforever's colors soothe and tend to complement surrounding materials and plants. Rosettes range in the gray to green spectrum; a powdery layer adds a chalky effect.Late winter and spring welcome towering, leafy inflorescences, but unlike Echeveria, the stalk emerges from the
“Liveforever” — lenak1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks1,456
Questions0
variety of raised beds & planting surround
I like the large same groupings of the same plant, especially the grasses
mass plantings, with more than just 1 type of plant
like the grass plantings in dark rock, but brush
try massing multiple species throughout your yard. The contrasts among them 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 unexpected ways.
“Nice gold colors” — jmckiel
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