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Tim Davies Landscaping
3 Reviews
Harrisdale
Ideabooks17,514
Questions8
how to do watering the plants ? (I mean where does the water go ? )
What is the type of plant directly behind the bench?
Well done. Brilliant planting for space usage. I bet the owners love this low maintenace deck
Greenery, especially in limited light den/dining room
consider the glaucous agave planting as a hedge, but it does come within the definition of a hedge being a row of linear plantings.
Choose water-wise plantsAs we know, Australian summers are hot and the garden bed can really suffer in a courtyard as the plants are literally baked
Contemporary Hedging PlantsSucculents. We see in this beautiful contemporary design how hedging has become an integral component of the design, adding
What is planted under the frangipani
“such a clean streamlined look” — bellarose2009
Gaile Guevara
13 Reviews
West 2nd Street, North Vancouver
Ideabooks6,031
Questions7
Love the plants in the tall pots, what is their names please?
The tall plant in corner planters is actually called Heavenly Bamboo, or more precisely Nandina domestica, a plant botanically not related
plants for pots and wall hanging above bench seat perhaps??
The tall plant in corner planters is actually called
The wooden slats allow light to filter through and keep the space feeling bright and airy. A recessed shelf provides space for plants to flourish, creating
the space instead of dominating the small area. Tier the plants in such a way that hanging plants are at the bottom, and those with more height are kept
Try a wall planting. Wall-mounted planters are great for adding extra green when floor space
I like the plants and pots they're in...High table idea for outdoors and plants
“Balkon” — mayasert
Paradise Design Studio
2 Reviews
Venice project
Ideabooks2,179
Questions5
be used in large spaces or containers. the purple plant is black Alocasia, and the green pompom plant is giant papyrus. The red wood deck is finished in
was all concrete with cracks. We built this small deck and used linear planting. This gives the space a green feel without taking up too much room. The
What are the 2 plant types? Tall bamboo like & blue leaves.
the bamboo is called golden goddess, the purple plant is black alocasia, and the tall green pompom plant is giant papyrus
"boardwalk/deck" and the plants/greenery for privacy!
Papyrus annual though but may be able to save indoors?
to guests. To keep them from accidentally walking off the ledge, install lighting to illuminate the way and include guardrails where the deck sits 30 inches
What kind of plants on the side, bamboo...The plants right up next to
“Bamboo” — Jim Schmid Photography
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Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
2 Reviews
Urban Movement
Ideabooks7,038
Questions4
Can you please tell me what king of plant is the tree like plant in the middle of the picture. Thank you!
what is the name of the grass plant at the right wall ?
Is that tree planted on a pot or ground?
becomes one lovely big space. Tropical plants around the edges give this garden a resort vibe, the lushness of the planting balanced by the small patch of simple
oversized plants and trees are great in the right backyard, but only help to create clutter and close in a small backyard. Use an interesting plant palette
leaf, taller plants closer to the boundaries, such as Philodendron ‘Xanadu’ or walking iris (Neomarica gracilis) and finer leaf, small plants in the foreground
“layout” — petrinasmith
Diego Bortolato
the views
Ideabooks10,952
Questions5
Please could you tell me what is the name of the red crawler plant against the wall? Thank you Anastasia
and creepers, hanging lights, sconces, or even picture frames and mirrors.
Here we see a wood trellis with colorful plants climbing them from large
large planters placed below. Some of the plants are making their way to the roof joists. Eventually plants will cover the walls between the windows and doors
What are those green lights ?
“Wood slat wall match pergola” — maryandmark
Lotus Gardenscapes
5 Reviews
An Urban Oasis
Ideabooks4,677
Questions4
space and I need to add green! Wondering if you have any details on the plant wall and also where the planter bodes came from?
Mural of vertical plants lovely backdrop
Smallbackyard continued 3. Extend an indoor space
outside wall with the framed plants behind the seating
3. Extend an indoor space. Architect Carson Arthur likes to ask his clients which indoor room they feel is too small, then establish more of that space
wall with the wall window for plants
“hanging wall garden” — Rachel Cavanaugh
MB DESIGN & BUILD
6 Reviews
Roof top deck
Ideabooks31,159
Questions17
what is the green container plant with the draping leaves
what kind of plants are there? for what light/sun conditions ?
potato plant grow roots in a water container?
Love the planting scheme ! Particularly the greenery.
Can anyone tell me what the plants might be? Thanks.
Yes it will. You can also plant grocery store bought sweet potatoes but you will probably not get this color
Raise the plantsCreate a chic, well-ordered, city garden by raising plants off the ground with elevated wooden planters
There aren't many plants that can transition from slick, modern settings to kitschy cottages, but sweet potato vine can. It fits into this modern seating
What is the green container plant with
“Deck” — psofmarin
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Outdoor Living
Ideabooks14,559
Questions5
Can you tell us the names of some of the plants? I believe I see hens & chicks. Thanks.
put them in front of a window on the south side so they get very bright light and water sparingly. Some varieties do well, some do not so it's always
kind of plants I want to use in backyard
statement piece. They’re a great option not only in dry climates, but also for planting areas that you’d otherwise have to water by hand.
“Succulent arrangement” — lindavangoor
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