444 plants from seed Beach Style Home Design Photos

Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WALankford Associates Landscape Architects
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
Is the gravel path laid on hardcore and the planting through a membrane? Does the gravel shift much given the slope and coastal location?
Did you planted the ground cover from seed in fertile mulch?
If not, how many 4" plant you need for this work? I live close to puget sound area
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!
Tiburon HillsideArterra LLP Landscape Architects
percolate into the ground and divert it away from the house. The meandering path and sitting area nestle in a warm pallet of colors maximizing the use of the side property and views of the San Francisco Bay. Low maintenance and drought & deer tolerant planting provide a gracious transition between the
I see that kangaroo paws are used here, as well as assorted grasses. What are yellow blooming plants below them?
Lov the color & layout of the plants
A windy site provides unique opportunities for selecting plants that look beautiful in the breeze. Tall grasses with airy seed heads and
Amazing. And I think deer stay away from the kangaroo paws
diverting water from home with landscaping
percolate into the ground and divert it away from the house. The meandering path and sitting area nestle in a warm pallet of colors maximizing the use of the side property and views of the San Francisco Bay. Low maintenance and drought & deer tolerant planting provide a gracious transition between the
Beach House, Bainbridge IslandBliss Garden Design
What is metal wall Made of behind The plants?
Or plants in stead of fountain
Punches of color from plant-filled vessels
The arrangement & variety of the plants & planters.
Garden Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo 5. Play with plant groupings. Decide whether you’d like to use single plantings or create a grouping of plants in each pot. “With the exception of succulent plantings, I have found that I prefer one plant per pot rather than elaborate displays. I then group pots
5. Play with plant groupings. Decide whether you’d like to use single plantings or create a grouping of plants in each pot. “With the exception of succulent plantings, I have found that I prefer one plant per pot rather than elaborate displays. I then group pots together. This creates a cleaner look
Bayside RetreatMeissner Landscape, Inc
Lovely! What is the pinkish plant? And the one next to the hydrangea?
the house until now. I have made notes of the plants you mentioned in previous postings but would appreciate all the details . I promise, I do not live on your street or in your state. Thank you for the inspiration.
Canadian hemlock and behind the astilbes we have various 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
Thanks for the question. 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
M-CentralDale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
What are the grass plants called?
Would be neat to have this extending from deck, cutting a swathe through tall grasses in a marine environment.
Create textureThe ornamental grasses planted in this Sydney garden are an important feature in natural gardens, adding dramatic textural and foliage contrast. They also provide seasonal interest with their lovely seed heads and flower spikes, as well as food and shelter for wildlife. Australian native
which has a much wider plume than the exotic variety, and is non-invasive), lomandra and dianella are perfect plants for the natural garden, as are New Zealand flaxes and flax-like plants such as astelia and libertia.
South Cove ResidenceWagner Hodgson
bordered by perennials and a low stonewall, creates a space for entertaining on the south side of the house. Large trees of 8" and 10" 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?
The purple plant looks like salvia
This is what I want to see from pond side of yard.
Pretty massing of plants at base of this tree
Once you've determined 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
Newport Beach ProjectJessica Bennett Interiors
What does the different sizes of the plant pots do for this area?
love the plants and hurricane lamps
Indoor plants in the office or entertainment area
Chair grouping. Herbs planted in flower pots smell good and easy access for cooking.
small balcony with chairs and plants
Love the plants and how its positioned in the space. Gorgeous!!!
California. Bennett found the chairs for the patio at World Market, and accessorized them with simple pillows from Pottery Barn. Basic terracotta planters were filled with easy-to-care-for plant life for some added greenery.
Back Bay RetreatJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Add two boulders on with side of bench made from lava bricks
Use of plants in rock wall gap
Plants from retaining wall
Interesting planting.
plant in wall...plant horizon...What is this plant?...Plant in seat wall....Flagstone plantings...Plant in stone...wall plant...Plant in the wall...Plant in rock...Plant in stone wall
lake housePrinceton Scapes Inc
I love the look of this boulder wall that allows for plantings between the boulders. What is the slope of the grade here? Our yard has a 4' drop in some spots and I wonder if we can do this rather than a traditional
here runs from approx. 4' to about 6' high. the width from the the top of the slope (at the porch) to the bottom of the slope runs approx. 12 feet to 20 feet. How well this works really depends upon the site - drainage, access, width the slope can run, size of the boulders, type of plants as well as
I'm sorry I just saw this. We used a variety of plants. From different varieties of ornamental grasses to sedum, to Mugo pines to Rudbeckia
Can you outline the types of plants used here?
North Bay ResidencePrentiss Architects
What plants did you use on the roof top?
insulation? Scientifically - the plants would absorb most of the heat.
The roof was planted with mats of sedum - established
natural light from the top and living roof
I love the way this 'looks' from up the hill - Like a garden!!!
Prentiss Architects The roof was planted with mats of sedum - established off-side and simply rolled out over the roof assembly
the idea of growing plants on to top of the roof
extensive or semi-intensive green roof planted with sedum (stonecrop)
lighter, version that looks more similar to a standard roof. It can be sloped or flat. Often it will be planted with sedum (stonecrop). Many "semi-intensive" green roofs are home to an array of plant species, including native grasses and flowers.
Coastal Living Entry 2Marcus Gleysteen Architects
tall plants for next to door
Look from outside to dinning area
Like the 2 potted plants. Maybe do 2 mini lemon trees?
the white doorway and the beautiful plants and. pots
tall plants flanking front door
Plants flanking door
Lighting and plants...add planted pots...Plants, Lantern...Door plants...container plants...potted plants
View of house from beachDan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Truly love the white rock path that delineates one colorful planting bed from the next - great look!
bright purple plants
stone for path between plants
purple flowers, plants
Rocks and purple plants
white rocks,purple plants
View of house from beach
Ice plant...Plants and rock
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