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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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What name is the red flower plants? It looks great with the blue stick.
Love combination of plants! What is the name of the little blue plants in foreground?
Greatly appreciate your response!! Incredible landscape design!!!
The blue plant in front is Senecio mandraliscae or blue fingers. It is an excellent succulent ground cover that adds dramatic color to the garden.
the red flowering plants are Emu Bush or Eremophila racemosa.
Nice mix of textures and colors in the plantings.
Senecio Mandraliscae or blue fingers and Emu bush or Eremophila racemosa - like these plants.
Good example of repetition of plant material on sloped yard.
small cover out of wood? open air dining patio surrounded by plants
“Smooth stones/cement for walking contrasted with mulch and plants on edges” — msonglewis
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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What plants are used? What is the name of those used and what climate do they grow in?
I, too, would like to zones/climate in which these plants can be grown. Thank you.
WE are looking for grasses to use in our landscaping that size.
Where can I get some of the red and green plants? What are they're names?
@ Debora Carl: Thank you for sharing all the plant names. It's truly is a show stopper. Brilliant composition!!!
This is absolutely beautiful. I'm in Chattanooga TN so don't know how well the Paddle Plant would do here, but I'm in love with all of them. I have several succulents
These are Kalanchoe luciae - Paddle Plant. If you live in an area where temperature does not get below 25-30F too often, you should be able to find it at local nurseries.
“agave...soft tip...plant” — enanopro
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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Can you list the types of plants.
Please name the plants in the picture.
Love this garden. Would this plants grow here(zone9)? Thank you
I live in Idaho and have a well so watering in a problem. I need plants that do well in zone 5 but don't need a lot of water. I love this garden but am worried because of the cold. Help
itself to lush landscapes. This succulent flowers once before dying — miniature offsets will carry the plant forward for generations. Grow paddle plant in mild climates or indoors. Provide moderate water until it’s established.
paddle plant in mild climates or indoors. Provide moderate water until it’s established.
Paddle Plant (Kalanchoe luciae) Paddle plant, also called flapjack plant, is commonly used in beach-themed gardens. Its red-tinged
“yard” — jackanddeb
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Utopia Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Carindale
Ideabooks3,276
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up the sunshine and keep the space warm for outdoor entertaining as the sun dips.WHY IT WORKS: It subtly blends into its surrounds, letting plants and landscaping features be the stars.WHERE TO USE IT: Gardens and courtyards. Indoor use will establish an industrial vibe.
Utopia Landscape Design
Dramatic wall and pot plants
Contrast plants with dark hardscape
The plants watering
landscape wood walkway
potted plants...spiky plants...tropical plants...Neatest landscape...Colour & plants...Landscape Design...Nice plants...Hard landscaping...Love the plants...Outdoor landscape
“la combinación de tonos café con gris” — paosal1571
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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repetition of the same drought tolerant plants but broken up to create differing heights & textures.
Plant en masse. Now that we have discussed hardscaping, let's move on to planting schemes. Mass plantings of the same or similar plants will most certainly have a positive impact in your garden when viewed from above or at ground level.Notice the beautiful variety of clumping and upright plants in the
of the artist’s garden.The garden shown here exemplifies the work of the artist. This design style, known as prairie, originated in the Netherlands; plants are used en masse to paint a picture. Notice how this designer has employed a diversity of color, textures, shapes and sizes, as well as captured light
“Love the colors” — cmill22
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
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Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
Leather like plants, poolhouse idea, privacy
grass at the edge rather than mulch and "deer proof" plants soothing
by Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape ArchitectureSan Francisco, CA, US
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“sculpture” — europa
Jeffrey Smith
Wine Country Residence
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sheer beauty and integration into the landscape
grasses, lavendar, very nice natural landscape
I think it would be nice if our hill was filled with plants like this
planting style for circular drive
like the plants and foliage
Beautiful landscaping
natural looking planting
Firepit "part of landscape"
Love the landscaping
The plants & flowers
Great planting view around firebpit
Natural landscape...slope planting...plants, feel...Plants and fire...plantings too...West landscape
“Outdoor fireplace” — axelgem
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
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Surface runoff gathers in this new rain garden, densely planted with ornamentals and natives. The elongated pavers are recycled concrete from the existing patio space.
and color and ornamental qualities to the landscape design. Many conservation districts, utility companies and/or road departments are offering information at the governmental level on rain garden design. good luck!
Very interested to know what kind of plants are use here. We are just starting to plan
Many rain garden designers promote the use of native plants, and in the Seattle region, we have a lot of plants to chose from; plants that are adapted to wet winters and dry summers work well in our region. this garden also has quite a few, non-native, adaptive species that work in those environmental
“Tree, concrete slabs” — cpholt56
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