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Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House
Ideabooks4,793
Questions4
the trunk. Keep the leaf-blower tucked away and enjoy it for a few days. When to plant: Spring or fall
Low plantings in rows under trees
: Disease, pest and urban-pollution free. This is a long-living tree you should plant with the idea of leaving a legacy behind. Seasonal interest: The leaves turn to a beautiful golden yellow in the fall. They often fall off almost all at once, creating a round, golden carpet on the ground beneath the
it's a magnificent tree to plant singly, it's also lovely in a grove or in a courtyard, and because of its tolerances, it makes a great urban street tree. The tree also has become a symbol of longevity, endurance and hope; these meanings are factors to consider when planting it.
“linear planting” — Emily Blascoe
MAGDALENA & MGS Architecture
4 Reviews
Entry Steps
Ideabooks1,522
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Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon) Zone USDA 6-11, tolerates full sun but performs best in a partial shade, prefers slightly acidic, well drained soils. Happy planting!
feet Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates drought, rocky soil and air pollution; good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring to fall
Planting notes. Low junipers make an outstanding choice for entry areas, as they look good throughout the seasons and provide contrast to hardscape features like stairs, pathways and boulders. Create planting pockets around established plants and intersperse interesting
Planting notes. Low junipers make an outstanding choice for entry areas, as they look good throughout the seasons and provide contrast to hardscape features like stairs, pathways and boulders. Create planting pockets around established plants and intersperse interesting
“angular curve” — edit organizing
In2it Studio, LLC
4 Reviews
Sonoran Retreat
Ideabooks1,372
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The pool, the stone, the plants, the fence!
like the cascading water fall into the pool
Fountain, rock garden, plants :)
Plants around soa...Layered plants...water fall...wayer fall
“Water” — catebsmiley
The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
525a Upper Changi Road
Ideabooks3,776
Questions4
TV stand, Plant by water fall
Plant beds along wall. Can grow low-light plants with success.
The water fall but a tad bigger
shaped couch and border with plants
Creative waterfall, plants
Plantings and water feature!
plants in windows...water fall
“Translucent roofing” — Craig Cleary Constructions
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
21 Reviews
NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Bluestone Paver Patio, Deck, Planter Box, Fall
Ideabooks26
Questions0
NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Bluestone Paver Patio, Deck, Planter Box, Fall
container plants
“Colour” — hayleylogue
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks3,312
Questions4
like space defined by tree and plantings - intimate although very
farmhouse/ ranch plantings- grasses, natives, lavendar, (oak tree a must)
our lives. We were made to be in contact with nature all the time. This terrace takes advantage of the surroundings and blends nature in by adding plants to the concrete area, using earthy colors and just making it simple.
Live oak thrives and looks best with other California natives and Mediterranean plants, such as manzanita, ceanothus, lavender and rosemary. Pruning out whole branches can control the size a bit, open up a view and neaten up the tree's
“Landscaping” — fj62
Autumn Leaf Landscape Design
13 Reviews
Natural Pool Design
Ideabooks3
Questions0
screen planting
water fall
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.
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Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Ideabooks1,369
Questions2
What is the plant left of the sword fern - bottom middle of photo?
feet wide When to plant: In spring or fall
moisture retentive Light requirement: Partial or full shade Mature size: 4 feet tall and 6 feet wide When to plant: In spring or fall
plants for a wet shady area
dry to moisture retentive Light requirement: Partial or full shade Mature size: 4 feet tall and 6 feet wide When to plant: In spring or fall
variety of soils, from dry to moisture retentive Light requirement: Partial or full shade Mature size: 4 feet tall and 6 feet wide When to plant: In spring or fall
spring pruning if planted in a manicured area of the gardenSeasonal interest: Attractive year-round, but especially in spring when bright new fronds appear, and through winter when the rich green foliage provides a lively foil to mosses, ground covers or bare earthWhen to plant: Fall to spring is idealIn
“Sword fern good for shady area by dickheads fence” — Gracie Gerfins
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