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Fox Landscape Gardening
vertical planting systems
vertical planter
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
spiky succulent plant in the foreground??
Can you tell me what the yellow and green striped plant is in the back
lemonii or as it is commonly called 'Mexican Marigold'. Some of the other plants are Salvia chamaedryoides, Salvia Leucantha and Aloe striata.
types of plants that should be in the front yard
“Landscape” — jontorgeson
Normandy Remodeling
40 Reviews
Modern Evanston Kitchen
Evanston kitchen features dramatic contrast and visual interest. The vertical backsplash tile and stainless steel range hood chimney adds visual height
like the blacksplash going vertical rather than horizontal
like vertical tile...Vertical back splash...atop vertical ones...Vertical Tile...I like the vertical small...vertical tile design...vertical glass tile back splash...Glass tile vertical backsplash...vertical accent tile...I like the vertical tile
“Colors” — Nipa Patel
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scott anderson design
like the vertical plants to break up the fence but this is too structured and formal. Want modern elegance and cleaner lines but softer textures.
plantings for fence
“like the vertical plants to break up the fence but this is too structured and formal. Want modern e” — Jennifer Hodges
Harrison's Landscaping
7 Reviews
pool. The cabana is a cool mixture of free form concrete, Spotted Gum vertical slats and a lined ceiling roof. The flooring is also Spotted Gum to tie
This courtyard garden design shows off a great mixture of materials and plant species. Courtyard gardens are one of our specialties. This Garden was designed
What is the timber species that was used for the vertical screen?
We used Spotted Gum for the vertical screen. It's great for outdoors as it's so durable.
What are the plants used under...What the heck are those plants?!
“Outdoor” — rachycakes
Sallie Hill Design
16 Reviews
Newton, MA House
Redesigned and replanted steep hillside with plantings and grasses that tolerate shade and partial sun. Added repurposed, reclaimed granite steps for access
Can you give me the names of some of the plants and shrubs here, please?
Love this hillside planting bed on hill.
Large green grass plant in the center
“backyard DP” — noricohan
Smalls Landscaping
18 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
One-of-a-kind and other very rare plants are around every corner. The view from any angle offers something new and interesting. The property is a constant
constant work in progress as planting beds and landscape installations are in constant ebb and flow.
What are the purple flowered plants? This entire setting is gorgeous!!!
ironite. they are under oak trees and love the soil their also. When we planted we amended the soil with pine fines and a composted potting soil we buy
has micronutrients and bacteria in them. but not too much after they are planted. they are just happy. the varieties make a difference at to how many blooms
Clear out a few tree's and leave this level of tree cover with a few plants. 15-20 feet.
“shade plants under large trees” — Landscapes by Peel
Gurley's Azalea Garden
6 Reviews
Central Gardens
ed plant left of the gate behind the fern?
What is the purple plant? Can these plants tolerate full sun?
What is the hot pink/green spike-leaved plant on the right side of the picture lined between the tall shrub and small pink and red flowers (impatiens
This plant is called a Ti Red Sister. It is an annual and shade only.
tolerate full sun they need full shade. The reddish/purple plant in the back is Red Sister Ti Plant. Also full shade.
like the slate path & all the plantings
The plant next to the stone is Burgundy...The hedge and the plants beneath the
“Garden path” — cindiberky
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