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Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
Ideabooks3,322
Questions2
The main outdoor living space now has an outdoor kitchen and stone fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
Hi there, What is the green spiky succulent plant in the foreground??
Can you tell me what the yellow and green striped plant is in the back?
The yellow flowering shrub is Tagetes lemonii or as it is commonly called 'Mexican Marigold'. Some of the other plants are Salvia chamaedryoides, Salvia Leucantha and Aloe striata.
love all these plants- Mexican Marigolds, the purple and both succulents
concrete bench along a path amidst the plantings
This is what I mean by dramatic planting
Mediopicta sport... Yellow n green plant
Stripped yellow and green aloe vera plant
“modern planting” — Charla Kaul
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks34,595
Questions10
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
the small green hedge type plants? Do they do well in changing seasons like in Saskatchewan, Canada?
are those lamb's ear plants in the landscape?
What are the names of the filler plants in your arrangement?
small hedges are Dwarf English Boxwood, Buxus sempervirens suffruticosa and are hardy to zone 5. We are zone 6 where this garden is in central NJ. My guess is that part of Canada is probably a cold hardiness zone of 3-4.and I don't believe there are any boxwood varieties that would survive a winter there
The silver plants are a non-flowering lambs ears Stachys 'Big Ears'. The white flowered bedding plants are a white annual vinca. The tiny white flower in pthe planters is an annual Bocopa which stays flowering
“Gardens” — Lisa Sokol for ETHAN ALLEN - CORONA CALIFORNIA
Sallie Hill Design
13 Reviews
Newton, MA House
Ideabooks1,075
Questions1
Redesigned and replanted steep hillside with plantings and grasses that tolerate shade and partial sun. Added repurposed, reclaimed granite steps for access to lower lawn. - www.salliehilldesign.com - Photo: © 2013 Brian Hill
mix of sun and shade plantings / grasses. Steep hillside
Can you give me the names of some of the plants and shrubs here, please?
Like the steps and the plants
steep hill with numerous types of plants
Love this hillside planting bed on hill.
of property and plants around it look natural
Natural looking/ like plants were thrown in the air and planted where they landed.
like the woodland type plants with stepped path
don't like the first row of plants....
The choice of plants on bank
“Stairs” — amy1030
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks20,606
Questions11
I recognize some of the plants, but what are behind the hydrangeas on the right side in front of the house? I just love the yard. Well done
What are the plants in front and back of the fence?
Hello jfjchastain, thanks for your question. The plants in front of the fence are a mix of day lilies and daffodils - the ones behind the fence are red twig dogwood and Limelight Hydrangea. Hope this helps
slate walk - clear walkway to front - set off by fence, stone and plants
containers and plants used by the house....low shrubs, the holly and hydrangea
side of the house and the garden beds filled with shrubs reflect a traditional approach, while the irregular pavers, the picket fence and the blowsy plants behind it add a cottage touch.
“fence around front yard” — Suzanne Buchanan
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
wood block residence
Ideabooks1,689
Questions2
Incorporating a space between the glass wall and the exterior is a good way to eliminate reflections, while also creating a transitional zone that bridges the realm of the house and that beyond. The metal grille on this porch ensures that birds will not fly into the glass walls beyond.
Create a Buffer Incorporating a space between the glass wall and the exterior is a good way to eliminate reflections, while also creating a transitional zone that bridges the realm of the house and that beyond. The metal grille on this porch ensures that birds will not fly into the glass walls beyond.
Create a Buffer Incorporating a space between the glass wall and the exterior is a good way to eliminate reflections, while also creating a transitional zone that bridges the realm of the house and that beyond. The metal grille on this porch ensures that birds will not fly into the glass walls beyond.
“Large rocks as focal point” — kryb
Smalls Landscaping
14 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
Ideabooks13,587
Questions4
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 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!!!
For back of property shade plants
“underplanting” — scotwchch
Cording Landscape Design
16 Reviews
Privacy & Screening
Ideabooks600
Questions1
Hi will the hedges grow in hardiness zone 8b/9? Houston, tx, I think the soil is clayish.
Emerald Green Arborvitae are hardy in zones 2-8. 8b and 9 might be too hot for them. You might want to try planting one and see how it does over the course of a few seasons. You can also ask at your local garden center.
“Arborvitae” — lindseygator
Princeton Scapes Inc
1 Review
lake house
Ideabooks16,749
Questions4
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
width the slope can run, size of the boulders, type of plants as well as the type of material the ground/ slope consists of. Lots of variables, I hope that helps.
I'm sorry I just saw this. We used a variety of plants. From different varieties of ornamental grasses to sedum
Can you outline the types of plants used here?
for a variety of plants. By deliberately placing large boulders parallel to the top of the bed, you can create water-retentive planting pockets for moisture-loving plants. By placing smaller boulders perpendicular to the top of the bed, you can create well-draining areas for those plants that require those
“Arrangements” — linemilner
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