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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
this Angelica plant but it unfortunately doesn't look this beautiful. It's under a small potted ficus tree in sunny CA valley weather? What's your secret
The plant in the black pot is Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’. It is a drought tolerant succulent
gardeners the opportunity to include other low-water plants not typically seen in a succulent garden. Plant stonecrop in well-drained soil, in full sun to
gardeners the opportunity to include other low-water plants not typically seen in a succulent garden. Plant stonecrop in well-drained soil, in full sun to
to partial shade. Though it’s drought tolerant, it may require additional water in extremely dry summers. See how to grow stonecrop
name of this plant its beautiful...what is the name of this plant???
“Stonecrop” — janmaddron
Martin Hulala
My Houzz: Poupetova, Prague
Care especially for plants and keep them looking nice
(like rubber plants) get dusty; wiping them down with a soft cloth will make them look much more vibrant. Pull off dead leaves and water plants as needed
you tend to be neglectful of your houseplants, take a moment to write "Water plants" in your calendar each week.More great tips for getting things done around
“Open desk wider than book shelves” — ssjacobson
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
fish pond vs water plAnts with fish
screen nice alternative to plantings, especially if it is back lit.
Wooden floor and the water plant...Water/fountain planters...Water plants...Indoor moving water and plants...Raised garden concrete water wood...water feature beside furniture...Screen, water plant box
“tender fence vidrio opaco repartido” — akbronka
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Love this garden. Would this plants grow here(zone9)? Thank
maintenance. Little water and very resilient all weather.
I live in Idaho and have a well so watering in a problem. I need plants that do well in zone
zone 5 but don't need a lot of water. I love this garden but am worried because of the cold. Help
I got them at Home Depot about 3 years ago. Very easy to grow - water once a week. Flapjacks flower about mid-May with a tall stalk of yellow flowers
the plant forward for generations. Grow paddle plant in mild climates or indoors. Provide moderate water until it’s established.
I like the small blue plants and the multiple colors with different
you list the types of plants....Please name the plants in the picture....Low water colorful - front yard
“modern succulent garden but lush” — thoang70
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
contractor. koi pond in front yard with floating steppers, bluestone and beach plantings
like the plants filteirngthe water and being
nice but filter plants seem to be difficult to access?
using plants to keep water clean...Like plants built in with it...and flow water over edge into trough
“filling top pool with floating plants” — buildmymancave
Giulietti Schouten Architects
15 Reviews
Water Feature
the name of the plant in the planter boxes?
The plants look like soft rush (Juncus effusus); notice they are growing in water. ...
i like planters with water friendly plants
Unique mass plantings. If you have less space, or just want a fresh take on mass plantings, consider massing with container gardens
how both can act simultaneously. The planters may separate the individual plants, but stepping back to admire the entire space reveals a solid, linear mass
The repeated plantings of soft rush (Juncus effusus) alongside this walkway and steps are brought
against beige concrete panels. The neutral color provides a blank canvas to plant against — so much better than the browns of traditional fencing or the t
What is the name of the plant?...What is the water feature panels made...plants around edges of house? bamboo
“plants around edges of house? bamboo” — reasner
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
the day as we have so many trees. Do these plants grwo well in partial sun....if not would you recommend plants/shrubs that do do well in partial sun? Thanks
repetition of plants in circular forms create rhythm
the layers of plant materials with color separations
Repetition in plants of similar forms — all circles and mounds — creates a beautiful rhythm in
a completely different look.Though hardscaping may play a leading role, plant choice is still a major factor in a modern or contemporary landscape. Ideally
fescue) with foliage in shades of green or gray. Though colorful flowers and plants can be used in this style of landscaping, they're most effective when treated
a bit much but a couple of nice plants
“perfect back yard” — phsazz
ecocentrix landscape architecture
21 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
What are the taller plants near the wall?
I also would love to know the spiky plants by wall and the grass in the foreground.
Beautiful concept, what are the small plants in the foreground?
Could the plant against the wall be the leafless bird of paradise?
You'll likely see some of these qualities with an image search for this plant.
Madougalii you've chosen, would it do well in a large pot and are the plant tips sharp like an agave or soft like a phormium so it would be safe to use
What temperatures does this plants need? Can they survive with little frost in winter?
I like to use this plant for my hill side to help hold the dirt from sliding off the hillside when watering.
hardscaping. This superb glaucous planting scheme fills the space with pattern and texture. The rhythmic, linear planting puts movement into the design and
“the large groupings emphasize the modern feel” — Shalom Home Staging
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