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Charles C Hugo Landscape Design
8 Reviews
York Show House 2011
Ideabooks5,025
Questions2
Hello, the panels are plastic boxes with multiple planting "cells" and they are attached with a metal bracket, screwed to the siding, that the plastic box hangs off of. Hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
Wall plants! I love this ideA, I live growing everything from herbs and veggies this way to growing maintenance free moss
“Vertical garden” — ismaelg
Altius Architecture, Inc.
North Kingsway Residence
Ideabooks1,929
Questions5
sun, creates a space for plants and signals where the entrance is.
stacked stones and plants on it.
In lieu of a traditional lawn, the front is planted with an interesting mix of ground cover, hardy plants and native grasses.
Toronto. In lieu of a traditional lawn, the front is planted with an interesting mix of ground cover, hardy plants and native grasses.
i like theflat linear rocks that create the planting bed.
the mix of plants in the yard, and the mix of materials on the exterior
up the gray stucco, provides shade from the afternoon sun, creates a space for plants and signals where the entrance is.In lieu of a traditional lawn, the front is planted with an interesting mix of ground cover, hardy plants and native grasses.
“Rockery” — lynclack
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks15,203
Questions8
Concrete bordered gravel areas! And the concrete divides the gravel from the planting beds!
trees, you will need to employ summer pruning techniques to keep them smaller. Provide enough soft surface space under the trees' canopies so that any falling fruit won't splatter on the patio.
trees, you will need to employ summer pruning techniques to keep them smaller. Provide enough soft surface space under the trees' canopies so that any falling fruit won't splatter on the patio.
are certainly vital, many first-time gardeners forget about drainage, another important consideration when deciding if a citrus should be potted or planted. What kind of soil do you have in your backyard? If your backyard has a heavy clay content, you may want to test its drainage capabilities by pouring
“Floor” — verdierbluff
Brandon Architects, Inc.
10 Reviews
Acacia
Ideabooks6,735
Questions7
What are the plants in the rooftop planters?
These are real plants called yuccas.
One of the cooler contemporary homes I've ever seen. The plants on the roof are really interesting idea.
Front fence with rocks and plants
Everything especially the plants on top
brilliant plant idea
Outside facade plants
plants on the roof!!!
with roof plants...rooftop plants...Plant boxes with...Potted plants...Plantes Up
“House” — rondejong
risa boyer architecture
7 Reviews
Portland Modern Tudor Dining Room
Ideabooks2,485
Questions10
colors ... green plants the happy yellow
Low plants around high plants to hide planters
Love the light and the doors & windows of this room. The green plants too.
Plants, mid century style, wallpaper
the plant at the corner
plant, table setting
Plant for dining room
The use of indoor plants
Big plant in corner
“Plant” — babetoms
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,991
Questions0
use of native plants, parking area
The mature yucca trees on the property were a selling point for the couple. They planted various Southern
Southern California–friendly plants in the backyard, including an olive tree and a pepper tree. French and Spanish lavenders surround the deck, and Jerusalem sage is planted near the driveway. A honeysuckle vine climbs up behind the fire pit.
like planting so around the edge
the property were a selling point for the couple. They planted various Southern California–friendly plants in the backyard, including an olive tree and a pepper tree. French and Spanish lavenders surround the deck, and Jerusalem sage is planted near the driveway. A honeysuckle vine climbs up behind the
“color palette” — k_botic
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
Ideabooks3,730
Questions1
The Edge written in steel beneath the water fall???
I like the finish. I like the shallow river stone it falls into. This could go deeper at the other end
Like the water fall...!
wall instead of free falling
Stacked stone water fall
Water fall feature
“waterfall fountain” — James Peterson
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Sydney Living
Ideabooks5,273
Questions11
Planting trailing through opening in wall
I love how the plants have been invited in
3. Use it or lose itBarbecue areas are a little like houses – when they’re not lived in, they quickly fall into disrepair. If you can only use your outdoor area when it’s warm and sunny, but not too hot, consider making some adjustments to make it an all-seasons
“Bench for Derek and Jenny Taylor RES” — anessen
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