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From the street, a round rock pathway leads to a small seating area next to the water with a small fire pit. Low maintenance, drought resistant and salt tolerant plantings were used in mass and clumps. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what has become a neighborhood landmark. Photo by R. Scott Lankford
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WALankford Associates Landscape Architects
tolerant plantings were used in mass and clumps. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what has become a neighborhood landmark. Photo by R. Scott Lankford
What is the reddish plant next to the Iris on the right? Is it 'Broom Plant'?
Would these plants grow in our location?
fire pit in the middle ..around it th
Does this grow in East Texas and what months of the year does it flower?
What is the ornamental grass? Will it grow in Columbia, SC?
Was it planted from flats or seed? Also what are the tall dark red flowers on the right in front of what I think is ceonothus? It's all so beautiful!
I'm in Ottawa, ON, and have lots of Mother of Thyme. After it's finished blooming, it stays green and looks great. :o)
Bayside RetreatMeissner Landscape, Inc
pinkish plant? And the one next to the hydrangea?
The plant with the pink flower is an astilbe. Off hand I don't know which variety though. There are several pink varieties. The broadleaf evergreen next to the hydrangea is a chicagoland green boxwood, and I believe the perennial to the left of the hydrangea is a blue ice amsonia. Hope that
spires in the early spring. It is worth noting that Ajuga can be somewhat invasive and should be sited only in locations where it can be contained.
more plants around tree roots; why not ajuga or hostas?
differing planting to still create an interesting an inviting walk.
side yard additional plants to pair with hydrangeas
OKO ČETINJAČA In acidic soil. Planting around the base of
Living RoomKate Jackson Design
seating in front of the fp in the summer
reposition chairs and plants for summer and spring chairs in front of mantle and large plant behind chair
love the ottage look of this whole house and all pitures in desgin
painted bricks? what about moisture in FP when it rains? Will paint prevent bricks to air? also dirt from soot?
This looks like the same room but a different view> i like the lamp and the general light feeling of the room with the plants and everything that warms it up.
pieces in driftwood frames. Chairs: One Kings Lane
11. Use outdoor furniture indoors. Have some extra porch furniture lying around? Try pulling it indoors for a change and giving some of your heavier, upholstered pieces a rest until the first hint of fall is in the air. Not only do they look airier
coastal influenceJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
succulents in very shallow dishes in the garden
Succulent containers in Asian style rock garden
bowls with succulents in placed in garden
rocks in several areas, if any more at all.
succulents in pots; pretty rocks in the trim
Garden Plants, Stones and Pebbles
treatment in the corner.
luv the plants...Succulents in pots...like sucs in bowls...U could fall!!!...iners plants...potted plants...containers plants
Sydney WaterfrontSecret Gardens
pools in courtyards in the inner city and larger pools in more substantial gardens. It depends on the size of your backyard and keeping everything in proportion.
mild - in Sydney the lowest the temperature falls is about 10 degrees. Not many people put a cover on their pool. The main reason some clients do if the pool is shadowed by trees to minimise cleaning.
a pool in a narrow space.
The plants, possibly along fence line ?
must to be planted boundary plants
a pool in it! Pools in any shape or size are all equally refreshing. Share a skinny-space solution with us below! More: 7 Smart Uses for Your Hall 8 Ideas for a Small Entry How to Make a Small Space Look Larger
Access the pool and the hot tub through the built-in staircase and concealed gate.
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Complete selling point - raised planting bed/fountain element in one - could be adjacent to garage-end gathering area.
Tiburon HillsideArterra LLP Landscape Architects
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I see that kangaroo paws are used here, as well as assorted grasses. What are yellow blooming plants below them?
tall ones in the center of the shot are Anigozanthos
What do you like about this photo? Natural grasses and plantings
This beautiful garden features a wonderful array of grasses and landscape planting, including kangaroo paws and lots of low-water, low-
mixed Mediterranean plantings including kangaroo paws
to the plant you're interested in.Moisture. Even the most drought-tolerant plants need regular watering while their roots develop, and some plants must have a constantly moist or wet soil to survive. Do your site conditions match the needs of the plant you're interested in?
South Cove ResidenceWagner Hodgson
caliper were planted to add a feeling of maturity to the landscape while creating a sense of intimate scale. Photo Credit: Westphalen Photography
Which plant is this with the purple color?
What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom
The purple plant looks like salvia
that the plant you're interested in will indeed grow where you want to put it, it's time to consider: 2. Is the Plant the Right Size for the Job? If you're looking for a GARDEN FOCAL POINT OR SCREEN, a large shrub or an ornamental tree — plants 8 to 25 feet tall — will do the job. The same size will work
that the plant you're interested in will indeed grow where you want to put it, it's time to consider: 2. Is the Plant the Right Size for the Job? If you're looking for a garden focal point or a screen, a large shrub or an ornamental tree — plants 8 to 25 feet tall — will do the job. The same size will
Coastal Garden Designwww.KarlGercens.com
summer in Ithaca, New York on Cayuga Lake, and this reminds me of my childhood.
Need to know what plants flowers are used. How about a map
Any planting plan so we can tell what flowers etc were used?
Variety of foliage, use of plant heights, natural feel
Green and low plants. Have same view but plants in my garden are too big
Yard - fill yard with plants
I like the idea with pathways among plants
mountain in the distance, this 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
would in other settings: They draw the eye toward and edge the approach to the water.
love the moss in between the rocks and pathway
thyme or sedum in between flagstones. spacing.
love the green in between the stones
stone wall - how do plants grow out of it?
niche in the surface for plants.Rocks rocks rocks!
path with rock plants and border
If you are laying the stones without concrete or mortar, fill the gaps between them with mulch, pea gravel or plants that can be stepped on, like thyme or sedum
what about peat moss in between stones? (shorter than this greenery)
be set in concrete for stability and longevity. Set your pieces out in a mosaic pattern, as shown, or arrange them end to end for a narrower pathway. Be sure to take a walk on your pathway before finishing the project to ensure that the spacing of your stones leads to a natural gait when you walk. If
Heavy landscape plantings and patio close to house lawn in place.
Great setup and design of screen porch and eating area. What is in between
Like the small boulder in patio - somewhat Zen
I like how the stone goes between the plantings to create an entry! Gives it shape without being so round.
at mod in the mix. Then ...
Determine which type of landscape pro suits your needs. Before you get started, you'll need to determine the skill set that best matches the scope of work you have in mind. Landscape architects, who typically hold advanced degrees in their field, are trained to develop
include plants, hardscaping, water use, drainage and more. Landscape designers, by contrast, specialize in the aesthetic and horticultural, rather than structural, side of yard and garden planning. They may or may not have advanced training. Landscape contractors implement the plans laid out by a landscape
The Sandberg HomeTara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Outside, the plant grows well in full sun, with light afternoon shade in hotter climates. Native to the coast, foxtail fern grows well in rocky, sea-coast conditions and prefers moderately moist soil, rich in compost. In temperate climates you can plant foxtail fern pretty much year-round. Mulch and water
Great Design Plant: Foxtail Fern Photo 6 of 6 Planting notes. Foxtail fern
after planting to establish strong roots. Foxtail fern grows quickly and can be divided every few years in spring. Remove spent foliage before new growth emerges each year. Too much or too little water — even too much sunlight — can cause yellowing leaves or leaf drop. If you notice this, adjust your
Planting notes. Foxtail fern is hardy to about 20 degrees Fahrenheit; it's easily grown as a houseplant as well. Outside, the plant grows well in full sun, with light afternoon shade in hotter climates. Native to the coast, foxtail fern grows well in rocky, sea-coast conditions and prefers moderately