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Dave Adams Photography
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Garden House
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Side back door, layout rocks on left side, add plants on side of door
gates and color with gravel and pot plants
gate entry with potted plants, lantern covered with vines, gravel path
gorgeous gray green door to garden, overhanging lush plants
Love all of this together...gate, lighting, pots and flowers.
“add detail to panels” — mjcabe
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Nicole Ray
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the low green bench with flower pots
can always put plants on it.
green bench and ladder for plants reeds in stone
it a lick of spring-green paint — and if the piece is too flawed to be used as intended, you can always put plants on it.2. Add a botanical fabric. A textile featuring birds, branches, flowers or foliage is a great way to wake up a room for spring, and a few yards of fabric won’t break the bank. If you
“Sunroom/dining room” — dalet
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Dream Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
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Dream Home Container Plantings - Armonk, NY
Container plantings designed and installed by Westover Landscape Design, Inc. More at www.WestoverLd.com Photos by Rich Pomerantz
Need flowers for high porch
Potted plant composition
Seating with pots of flowers
3 flower containers...flower pots...Flowers for porch...Plant grouping...Large potted plants
“3 flower containers” — klavazpour
groundworks studio
7 Reviews
Ramsey-Pelletier Residence
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plant for dry shade, Joe Pye Weed
I’ve mentioned Joe Pye Weed before, specifically Eupatorium purpureum, as a neat accent plant that brings in butterflies and is native from the Midwest to the East Coast. Usually folks plant this tall perennial in full sun with
I’ve mentioned Joe Pye Weed before, specifically Eupatorium purpureum, as a neat accent plant that brings in butterflies and is native from the Midwest to the East Coast. Usually folks plant this tall perennial in full sun with moist soil, but dry soil in shade works too — though it might
I’ve mentioned Joe Pye Weed before, specifically Eupatorium purpureum, as a neat accent plant that brings in butterflies and is native from the Midwest to the East Coast. Usually folks plant this tall perennial in full sun with moist soil, but dry soil in shade works too — though it might not bloom quite
“Joe Pye Weed - grows to about 5 feet tall and 2-3 ft wide. good in shade” — tomtina72
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: A Dark Storage Space transformation to a Crisp White Loft
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the stairs to the bed and the wall plants
plant wall on left makes space so much more interesting and alive
STORAGE IDEAS AND FLOWER POTS
les plantes sur le mur
Vertical plants is very nice
Plant shelves, crate storage
Wall of plants...boxes and plants
“schodiste” — waba1
Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
Inviting Spaces
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spreads quickly and tolerates part shade to sun. It's a grey-green color that turns bronzy in the fall and has tiny, somewhat inconsequential yellow flowers in summer. It's vigorous and spreads fast.
evergreen in temperate climates. More: Plants for Your Pathway
possible plant selection for walkway around yard
in this instance, Leptinella is a vigorous grower and forms a dense carpet of tiny fern-like foliage that is evergreen in temperate climates.More: Plants for Your Pathway
“Cool garden that reminds me of the mountains!” — meghangriffin
Singing Gardens
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Vertical Gardening
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Hi there, Just would like to know if this is difficult to maintain? Can you use mixed plants or must it be mostly bromeliads? How hard is it to keep the soil from falling out when watering? Thank You, Karina
satisfied with felt pocket vertical garden. The pockets are holding the plants upright and it’s deeper than typical angled modules. If you are making vertical garden as DIY using chicken wires, you will need to monitor your plants and water it accordingly. You can also check my blog about this article
only 4” deep and when the succulent grows you will need to trim them off, they also tend to pop out of the cell since it’s shallow. You can use mixed plants but if you use annuals you will need to replace them often which requires more maintenance and money. You can also use herbs, vegetables & perennials
“gorgeous” — missmandy2000
Restyled Home
Restyled Home
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maybe use the same custom lattice (used for back fence) instead of arbor trees and use flowering vines to create
flower boxes on porch
Plant box?!?...flower boxes
“for back porch” — redelliott
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