49 dry shade shrubs Beach Style Home Design Photos

Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks44,910
Questions20
Will the Blue Oat Grass and the Thymus survive without watering during the summer? I am looking for something low maintenance and eco friendly. If they dry out that's ok - as long as they survive.
one is tough, evergreen, sun or shade, salt tollerant and blooms with bright yellow flowers, followed by edible berries that are blue, (they are sour and have a big seed). The birds often get a little looped on the fermented berries in the fall. This is a medium shrub. There are many more natives
That's correct. The ground covers were planted in fertile mulch. The rest 1 g. and 5 g. shrubs grass's and plants were pit planted. The path was made as infertile as possible but the ground covers spread out and over the edges. Most of the
“mix of grasses” — bardi1mona2
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Bayside Retreat
Ideabooks2,681
Questions4
mixed varieties of hosta. We also have spreading & hicks yews, cimicifuga and ligularia planted in this area that you cannot see real well. This is a shade tolerant garden so be careful of to much sun. I hope this helps you in your landscaping endeavors!
deciduous and evergreen shrubs with perennials. This planting will have some winter green and structure. Note that there is less color over a longer period, not a huge show for a short period. These plants are not suitable for you garden, just the concept of combining shrubs and perennials for a balance
Do something with shade ground cover
depleted soil and low-light conditions. Most ground covers will not do very well in this situation, but there are often significant spaces between shrubs and perennials that will benefit from ground cover. One plant that is up to the challenge is bugle weed (Ajuga reptens, zones 3 to 10), a rapidly spreading
“Hydrangea” — daniellekehrig
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
11 Reviews
View of house from beach
Ideabooks2,257
Questions1
purple flowers , green & yellowish shrubs. Would look great with a maple tree also in the roundabout
Thyme. Fragrant ground cover that works in sunny dry spots. Perfect for the hill in our backyard.
Thyme is a fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Use this vibrant hue to brighten the pathway and
Original photo for dry river bed inspiration
Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) Thyme is a fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Use this vibrant hue to brighten the pathway and guide you as
“Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) Thyme is a fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Where it will grow: Hardy to
fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Use this vibrant hue to brighten the pathway and guide you as you stroll through the garden. Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sun Mature
“backyard” — melmom65
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Coastal Garden Design
Ideabooks19,469
Questions3
love the different shades of green. Cb
obviously is an easier task. In this instance, rather than a simple expanse of lawn down to the shoreline, a mix of shrubs and trees adds depth and height to the vista. Planting beds filled with shrubs farther up in the yard play the same role that walls and stepping stones or walkways would in other settings:
I need day lilies for my shade garden!!!
obviously is an easier task. In this instance, rather than a simple expanse of lawn down to the shoreline, a mix of shrubs and trees adds depth and height to the vista. Planting beds filled with shrubs farther up in the yard play the same role that walls and stepping stones or walkways would in other settings:
“beautiful yard” — gkennington
Robert Young Architects
Ideabooks5,281
Questions3
Plants/Shrubs behind the bench and the other two on the left of the bench?
How did you build the wall -- cement wall with fake stone or dry stack . .?
). Sometimes the similar London Planetree (Platanus x acerifolia) is also used. Both are generally quite adaptable, and they mature into excellent shade trees.
“retaining wall” — mamalou1
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks6,055
Questions4
Purple ground cover Low maint Deer resistant and likes dry ground. See notes
Shrubs, grasses and stone
dry streambed...dry creek...dry river
“aa” — Brendan Poh Jian Bao
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
Ideabooks2,403
Questions6
Where can I get these roman shades?
They look exactly like they are from Pottery Barn. Here is the link:http://www.potterybarn.com/products/grosgrain-ribbon-roman-shade/?pkey=cshades
Roman shades ; twigs on sideboard
Layout and roman shades on top of wide wooden shutters.
dry flower...shades with stripe...Window shades...roman shades...love roman shades...Sunroom shades...roman shades
“Kitchen” — sherryr57
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Bedroom 3
Ideabooks15,121
Questions11
Wall Color: SW 6204 Sea Salt Bed: Vintage Bedside tables: Vintage (repainted and powder coated hardware) Shades: Natural woven top-down, bottom-up with privacy lining - Budget Blinds
Mary - The bedside tables were vintage and were repainted and given powder coated hardware. Jallsop - The shades are top down, bottom up privacy shades in a natural woven finish from Budget Blinds.
Hi Elizabeth! The blinds are indeed top down, bottom up. We got them from Budget Blinds but any natural woven shade with privacy lining would be similar. Hope this helps!
Do the woven shades allow air to pass through? I have a large window behind my headboard and I'm trying to figure out how to leave
www.theshadestore.com Looks like a top/down bottom/up shade to me in a standard style woven wood.
“Blinds” — cekippels
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