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deck container plants
climbing plants...potted plants...Backyard idea...Plants by pool
Cathy Rosenhaus Garden Designs
In Town Renovation
Strawberries are low growing with attractive crowns, making them suitable for the front of a border or as an edging plant for garden paths. The edible front yard is a concept that’s
Add plants to all-weather containers by the front door and tuck in cold-hardy pansies and cabbages to welcome the holidays with a little color.
look.Add plants to all-weather containers by the front door and tuck in cold-hardy pansies and cabbages to welcome the holidays with a little color.
edging plant for garden paths. The edible front yard is a concept that’s growing as more homeowners want to make their yards more sustainable with organic, fresh-picked produce.Combine strawberries with other edibles, like Italian parsley, lemon verbena and orange pot marigold, for a delightful cottage
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
green of plants and gold frame
Sideboard, plant and a mirror. Nothing else
Hallway idea...Container plant...Mirror and plant...Mirror and plants
Lower North Shore
I love this design, the path fenced by glass, on the other side plants this would be an awesome extra room(any room type)
I like the glass between the plants and walk way, and the pond in the center, this would be a great way to use the yard
garden is planted with native lithophytic and epiphytic plants, which grow off other plants and rocks. The deck was intended to resemble a wetlands area, with the fishpond and vegetation attracting regular visits from local kookaburras.Garden: The Greenwall Company
grown in containers, attached to branches or planted in the ground. Tillandsias are so adept at treetop life that they absorb moisture from the air, and terrestrial bromeliads are adapted to life in the desert (or swamp or jungle floor) and are equipped with wicked-looking spines. As you can see, bromeliads
Exteriors By Chad Robert
Private Residence V
Plants by pool & gravel
poolside planting...potted plants...Like this idea
Plant container idea, trays holding towels and jars, overall decor, wall of pebbles
the plants inside the glass and the rocks
Snake plants...flame plants
Bates Masi Architects LLC
What a beautiful looking house. I love the large windows that must flood the home with light.
While large at 6,500 square feet, the house is broken down into six boxes arranged in an informal L shape. From the street side we can see three of the boxes. In the middle is the open living/dining space; to our right is the two-story box with the children's bedrooms above guest rooms; on our left is
Judy's Gardens & Design
Los Altos Garden
I love the use of different colors and plants. It makes the Rubber Mulch look more natural.
Ideas for path to upper pond
different juniper groundcover plants
Pavers and plantings
Idea for side yard path
large flagstone path
flagstone path large only
through plants...hillside plantings...Stone. Plants...different plants