240 hanging plant Craftsman Exterior Design Photos

Bella Vista Company
4 Reviews
Velasco
Ideabooks1,313
Questions3
Hanging plants to add color and texture
Hanging ferns on a porch
Hanging plants...hanging plants
“Exterior” — rpdcda
Craftsman Exterior
Ideabooks5,492
Questions4
hanging plants and color
hanging flowers and landscaping
hanging planter
“Nice color combination” — donahuemjp
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Arts & Crafts Cottage Exterior
Ideabooks1,573
Questions1
Love to open porch, hanging baskets and window flower beds
love this with the posts and hanging plants.
though, as that can actually harm plants and keep them from blooming. Use an all-purpose water-soluble fertilizer or a fertilizer that is formulated for the specific plants you are using. I like to add slow-release fertilizers to the soil at planting time if I'm using heavily feeding annuals; this gives
Fertilizing. Plants that are in any type of container will need regular fertilizing, especially if you're using hungry annuals. Nutrients in the soil leach out much more quickly in containers, so you'll have to supplement your plants' feeding schedule to ensure their health. Avoid overfertilizing, though
“Porch column details” — ktdidshouse
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Robert Nehrebecky AIA, Re:New Architecture
22 Reviews
Glenridge House
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Hanging fern plants
“Love the exterior!!!” — kmc2119
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks11,996
Questions7
mistakes we see when homeowners develop gardens along the front of a residence is all of the plant material is placed inside the walkway. Most people will not even notice the plantings. When you pull the planting bed to the outside of the walkway as well, then your guests begin to walk "through" the garden
garden instead of along it. If you were to pull that birch to the outside of the walkway and plant it about 8' outside the walkway into the enlarged planting bed and light it with three LED uplights you begin to create a much more dramatic entry way.
Good input. My landscape architect recently explained that the River Birch, like many other trees can best be planted near a foundation or in lawns if they are protected by a root barrier. Apparently the root barrier helps the roots grow downward. This River Birch is certainly
“Walkway” — darymilk
Murphy & Co. Design
5 Reviews
Cottage on the Hill
Ideabooks17,753
Questions10
Could you please tell me what plants are in the pots? They are lovely. Thank you!
Colour- panels- plants
Plants in urns by door
Plants in Pots...Door hang over
“House color” — Cindy Ratcliff
Susan Friedman Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Craftsman style gatehouse
Ideabooks1,650
Questions2
This Crafstman style gatehouse is surrounded by beautiful California native and Meditteranean drought tolerant plants that add seasonal color and texture to this outdoor space.
what plants were added to this design since there are a lot of trees? Is this red lava rock on the ground?
site is actually in full sun most of the day. The photo was taken late in the day when the sun was starting to set, therefore casting a shadow on the plants.
stone column height to be used to lean skis against in no snow or deep snow banks. Lightworks of SBS has the same lantern style used on Club A in a hanging or flush mount. Column to be approximately 26" diameter base width, 20"-22" width top/2' with a 2' w overhanging square cap x 12'-13' high. Light
“Stone” — rkunkel2000
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks1,940
Questions2
Dense planting sidwalk going out to the other side of the house.
i think the random plants look really good
Stone work and plantings
Love plantings around the bldg.
tall plantings
“Walkway” — darymilk
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