565 mass planting Contemporary Entry Design Photos

Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
van Adelsberg Grant Art Studio
Ideabooks2,234
Questions3
Can you kindly tell me what the planting is in the bed, grasses?
Love patch of low, massed out plants
lime green mini plants with the tree
Moss & bamboo plants on right
The regimental plantings which go with the severe modern architecture
“Bioiii” — Emad Al Fatly
Michael Lee Architects
4 Reviews
Herron Residence
Ideabooks3,256
Questions0
The mother in law's tongue planting outside the front door
Snake plant in fixed planter area.
love the line up of snake plants!!
I have lots of this plant, can decorate like this
You can see the plants right up to the door
with a border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture with a playful wink. If you don't have a garden outside, create one indoors.
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality
filled, utilizing line and glass to their full potential. Without plantings, however, the hallway would seem boxlike and lifeless. The addition of spiky foliage emphasizes the height of the space while breaking up the sparseness.
“Indoor plants mothers tongue” — jacquitahche
John Kehoe
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
Ideabooks2,488
Questions1
southern Oregon This plant provides year-round interest: bright green new foliage and tiny flowers in the spring, early-summer green fruit to late-summer deep red (ripe) grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved hummingbird
CA native plants: California wild grape
southern Oregon This plant provides year-round interest: bright green new foliage and tiny flowers in the spring, early-summer green fruit to late-summer deep red (ripe) grapes and full foliage, vibrant foliage in the fall and gnarled naked vines in the winter. Grape is a host plant for our beloved hummingbird
ablaze in fallWhen to plant: Early spring
“Rogers Red Vine” — susiehodges
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks3,589
Questions9
agree with 6136niagara. I also think it's (botanical name) Kniphofia uvaria. Common names are: Red Hot Poker, Common Torch Lily, Torch Lily, Poker Plant, Tritoma. Cheers et bon jardinage.
permanent boost of color, consider painting your door in a brighter shade. Yellow, red, or even a turquoise! For seasonal ideas, think of wreaths, or even plant hangers that hold fresh flowers. Look at this idea for a great spring door: http://www.houzz.com/photos/35859/Denise-Posey-traditional-exterior-
Mediterranean-esque plants against an ocher house.
flowers projects up and creates a nice textural and colorful contrast to surrounding plants. Mixed in a planter with high-textured plants and grasses, Kniphofia picks up warm-hued accents and creates a dynamic planting profile.
“Covered area with brick” — ritcee
Structure Home
2 Reviews
VISION House Los Angeles
Ideabooks2,473
Questions5
What are the plants on the ground called ?
purple and sage greens in pebble bedding with central spikey plant for front of house, entry way
Entry plantings. Pot for sitting porch
Like it. Structural with softening using plants.
Planting space @ floor
outdoor potted plant
Pot plants...Like planted area...pot plant...I liked the plants...Plants in gravel
“Entry plantings. Pot for sitting porch” — Cathy Wright
ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks920
Questions1
Very modern, even the plants look cool
Like the plants and the door
I want some of these plants!
Frosted glass entrance gates, great succulent plants
plantes grasses entrée
agave plants...Front plants aloe?...great agave plants...Strong plant...the plant...Large plants...Loved the plants...Love the plants
“Double agave for entry” — kcoxj69
Yaniv Schwartz - Photographer
ETHAN CARMEL ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks3,670
Questions2
Garden Lighting Though planting the right night-flowering plants in the right place will give you stunning effects, if you want to really enjoy your garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific plants and trees to showcase
Garden Lighting Though planting the right night-flowering plants in the right place will give you stunning effects, if you want to really enjoy your garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific plants and trees to showcase
showcase. Highlight architectural plants like yucca, Phormium, Dicksonia and Trachycarpus.
“Para marco de la casa” — svinroc
Contemporary Entry
Ideabooks5,853
Questions8
Love the plants and planters. What type are they and where did the planters come from?
Colors, floor, plants, armoire, and bench
Plants are dracenas, pretty common.
Foyer plant...container plant...potted plant
“foyer” — docanashah
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