916 plants Craftsman Home Design Photos

Blue Ridge Landscaping
5 Reviews
Fall Landscape
Ideabooks4,533
Questions6
What is name of the yellow plant? Will it grow in NC?
That plant is Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'. It should be able to grow in your area.
This plant should do fine in zone 6, probably not much higher though. In West Michigan
Select the right plant. Instead of going overboard with many different plants, try to find one that will fill all of your needs. This mass of Solidago 'Fireworks' is simple and amazingly effective at
Like the dense planting of the yellow plant
plant yellow flowers in large swaths. maybe plant forsythia
different plants (which would've required a PhD to manage), but this designer found one that worked and went big.
Bright GoldenrodGoldenrods have gotten bad press. For the record, they are not the source of ragweed allergies, so go ahead and plant them for your fall garden. They’re hardy plants that don’t
“Red” — greye
Meriwether Inc
5 Reviews
Morningside bungalow
Ideabooks7,791
Questions7
1919 bungalow was lovingly taken care of but just needed a few things to make it complete. The owner, an avid gardener wanted someplace to bring in plants during the winter months. This small addition accomplishes many things in one small footprint. This potting room, just off the dining room, doubles
I do love all of the windows! Very nice to pot plants!
no more threat than a double hung open during rain. The design idea was to make this potting room as much like a porch as possible. The owner grows plants from seed so between the windows and the fan the breeze helps to grow strong stems. And finally there is the delight in a detail such as this.
The homeowner overwinters plants like begonias in the potting room and drags in potted plants from around
“lovely idea for potting, and mudroom” — mrlmjhomes
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks7,040
Questions4
Does anyone know what this red/purple plant is called?
To plant in the garden this year
Like the plant in the front the grass
DRIVEWAY SIDE...NICE AND SPARELY PLANTED
the plants...What is plant?...Cool plants easy...Plant life...What's this plant?...Love the plant
“Grass!” — megscileppi3
Bret Achtenhagen's Seasonal Services
1 Review
Casual Craftsman
Ideabooks5,684
Questions1
Plantings for off patio, drifts of plants vs spread out?
Have salvia and red leaf plants could use hosts in front
Nice plants...Plant chices...Great plantings...rock planting...plant ideas...Steps and plants
“pretty garden and walkway” — mia_n8_h_4
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks4,891
Questions1
drought tolerant hillside plants
The plants and the hardscaping
drought tolerant plants
Privacy, plants, pathway.
dolphin square landscaping plant
rocks, plants...like the plants
“ornamental grasses look great on slopes.” — Blue Rose Gardening
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks11,476
Questions6
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.
Birch are known to have high roots. Is that also true of river birch? Also, can they be planted near home's foundation and near lawn?
although relatively short lived. Their exfoliating bark creates great textures in summer and winter. The challenge as in this case is that the tree is planted far too close to the residence. In a short number of years the adjacent sun loving perennials will be in shade and struggling and the gutters will
“Tree and plants” — hwngz
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks9,457
Questions3
Hi. Would you happen to have a layout of the garden and types of plants? It is beautiful. Much gratitude. Anika
than the "orderly" ones. As someone who has tried (mostly unsuccessfully) to create such ordered chaos, I assure you there is nothing random about the plant placement here.
Like this garden for variety of plants but a little messy
different plants but would like more controlled look
Love the random placing of plants and flowers
may not be ready for a complete loss of lawn and permanent paving, and that's fine. Instead, create a cottage feel in a large garden bed, and let the plants billow over onto the sidewalk to soften the space.
“Front Porch” — ubandoma
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks13,751
Questions6
What is the light bluish/green plant just to the right of the 6th step?
What are the large puffy plants with the soft looking fluffy thing on the tips?
Not a lot of flowering plants.
Light green plant on right. Click info for nam
stones & plants--red fuzzy plant
Natural stone and plants
back yard terrace plants
Planting grasses along stsirs
Puffy plants...plants style...hillside planting
“Hillside steps” — sandrabrown9
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