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Singing Gardens
5 Reviews
Backyard Landscape Renovation, Carlsbad, CA
Please identify the specific red grass used this this landscape.
Backyard Landscape Renovation, Carlsbad, CA
appropriate planting
drought tolerant planting
backyard landscape photos
Plant ID?...Cool plants...fuzzy plant...Purple plants...love the landscape...Red plants...backyard landscape...low-water plants...xeriscape landscape
“Wowsa!” — jenniferruth
Bear Creek Landscaping , LLC
1 Review
Shade garden Path
Beautiful garden & pathway! Wondering if you could identify the small pink blooming plant by the hosta? Thanks
Bear Creek Landscaping , LLC
Bear Creek Landscaping , LLC
I love woodland landscaping
Shade planting ideas.
landscape shade garden
Host as and ferns planting
Great massed planting a.
Plant combinations for
Pathway plantings...Path. Plants...Beautiful landscape...farm landscaping...like these plants...Planting a paths...plant combo
“Rhodies or azaleas among foliage textures” — susanromanoff
Darwin Webb Landscape Architects, P.S.
Lake Washington Residence
Beautiful walk to the beach. We would prefer a low maintenance/native landscape.
Contemporary landscape feels natural on the slope
boulders, the gravel pathway, low maintenance landscaping plants/shrubs
Add natural landscaping to enhance the beauty.
longer view of landscaping (have closeup
maint plants and rocks. :)
The house and the landscape
Landscaping is very well done
plant fillers replacing mulch
the landscape and house design
sloped yard landscaping
Darwin Webb Landscape Architects, P.S.
Hillside landscape...Slope and plants
“really don't like, but just something to study for possible ideas” — suzoconnell
BLUE Renovation & Landscape
3 Reviews
What's the name of those plants? Thanks!
Are the points of these plants dangerously sharp?
love the mix of rustic and contemp pots w/plants
weeds ever pop up. A row of architectural vessels are visually appealing, and to reduce plant maintenance, buy potting mix that contains a time-release fertiliser.
Keep it formalNo, you haven’t had a landscaper in, but your neighbours won’t know that. Arranging a number of identical planters in a
RepetitionThis line of variegated yuccas planted in tall containers is more than just decoration — it employs a favorite feature of contemporary garden design, repetition. To achieve the best results, each container needs to mirror the next with an identical planting — the simpler, the better. Repetition
“Planters” — lulaby
Lane Goodkind Landscape Architect
Toro Canyon
area of disturbance. We restored the site to the point that within a year it looks as though nature slowly took over on its own. A strictly native plant palette of simple textures and masses of similar species achieves the affect. This garden was featured in the 2013 Santa Barbara Botanic Garden annual
Burm - plantes naturel - gris ciement - cedre
native plants. contrast of wild & house/patio
I like the look of the grass tendrils. If we have issue with mowing lawn, can we use this low lying grass/plant?
“slope remind you of something?” — veralauretta
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Revival
what is the name of the red plant?
wall and just put plants in front of it
foliage; flowers in summerWhen to plant: Plant in spring to establish before winterThe straight species of Cordyline australis has green foliage and can reach massive sizes. Colorful cultivars, like C. australis 'Dark Star' (shown in this planting by Shades of Green Landscape Architecture), have become especially
fence posts, such that the horizontal wood planks become a backdrop for the plants.
A sequence of plants and architecture is visually pleasing to the eyes, which read it as a pattern. Here, a maroon, spiky Cordyline plant is aligned with a fence section in a rhythmic repetition that looks contemporary
“Yucca” — Emily Rothrock - WPL Site Design
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Side yard pathway and landscape buffet (neighbors sides)
seek out shade loving plants along side a walk
use of colors in landscape
Planting by foundation
Variety of plants...Plant life...Shade plant combo...Plants, ferns...Mix of plants...Shade plants...Plants and walkway...Plants for shade...8644 landscape...border plants...Great plants
“Low green textures” — susanromanoff
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Jamie Van De Vanter
Redmond Residence
Stunning! What is the red plant please?
gee, are there photos of this house somewhere? The landscaping is so right on for it and looks so beautiful on the day it was shot!
The red plant is blood grass this is not a proper name but I believe it is a name you can look up to find it . It is very easy to grow and not real aggressive.
find this plant: JAPANESE bLOODGRASS
grass Imperata cylindrica 'Red Baron'. Planted here in blocks, they really are breathtaking. It's not the easiest to grow, needing full sun in a moist soil. Strangely, the color starts at the tips of the shoots in spring and gradually suffuses through the plant. It is worth remembering that leaves change
5. Play with colourYou don’t always need flowers to bring colour into the garden. Take a stroll around your local garden centre, and the number of plants with coloured or variegated foliage may come as a surprise. But remember, brightly coloured foliage will have the same effect as a group of brightly
“blood grass” — kboeding
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