1,580 silk plant Beach Style Home Design Photos

Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Beach House
One side of porch just plants
Love all the potted plants, especially the tiered plant holder
tall green plants for privacy
Plant stand...plant wall/privacy...De,ck planting...Stacked plants...container plants...ft porch plants...Plant stand bench...Plant holder...Round plant stand...wire plant stand...Plant containers...metal plant stand...potted plants
“Chair” — carioldvillage1518
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
View of house from beach
Stone walkway between planting without grass
Purple plants for front
white rocks,purple plants
bright purple plants
stone for path between plants
purple flowers, plants
Rocks and purple plants
Ice plant...Plants and rock
“pathway flowers” — zaphire970
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal influence
plants are potted rather than in ground
Flagstone & pebble combination and plants
succulents planted in low, large, round
container plants & rocks
garden pots and plants
Succulent plants in cool pots
Love the plants...Seedum plants...plants in trays...like the plants...containers plants...potted plants
“perfect plant between pad stones” — Melissa Roach
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
What are the grass plants called?
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.
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
“Walkway” — janemhw
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
used to tie the garden to the residence across the street. This is a unique seaside, low maintenance garden. Drought resistant and salt friendly plantings were used throughout. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what has become a neighborhood
Plant purple ground cover and grasses next to river rock
Lovely use of stone, plantings, color, etc.
I like the different height of plants, use of grasses, and natural
“Purple flower ground cover” — Darlene Ezell
Island Gardens Company
San Juan Island Waterfront Residence - Project 157
what is the purple plant that covers beautifully?
side the garden with ice plant
planting and sitting area on the path to the pond
retreat. Tuck a bench against the face of the hillside so it will be seen only when someone is exploring the winding path. Ideally, the hillside and plantings will conceal the bench when it's viewed from above. Place the bench so it hugs the hillside safely while allowing enough room to pass by with ease
“Flat rocks to a seating area” — arynautumn
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Door County Getaway
liking the stones - the shape - and the plants
Planting for around Drag Lake patio
path through hillside plants up to patio on top of hill
permeable pavers, plant & retaining wall enclosure
Stone patio with steppable plants
planting between pavers
with plant between...Flagstone & plants...mass planting
“Stone patio” — ejgall
West Winds Nursery LLC
2 Reviews
Water's edge
Perennial Geraniums, Autumn Bride Heuchera, Carex pennsylvanica were planted in massed drifts along this hillside. Vardar Valley Boxwood and Otto Luyken Laurel are used to add some height and evergreen foliage to the planting. The wide, serpentine sandstone slab staircase with generous sized landings
Down hillside--Perennial Geraniums, Autumn Bride Heuchera, Carex pennsylvanica were planted in massed drifts along
idea for possible rocky cover on drain field and possible plant types for rock slope
Path down the hill and planting areas under tall trees
Steps leading to patio with Shade loving plants
“Stones” — nursecld
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