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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Grass Driveway
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Many kudos on the whole project. Plants with the yellow flowers look fantastic. Please, what are they?
Drought and heat tolerant; flowers attract hummingbirds; deer resistant Seasonal interest: Summer flowering When to plant: Spring or fall
resistant Seasonal interest: Summer flowering When to plant: Spring or fall
plant that doesn't take alot of water.
wall + gate, stepping stones and 'red hot poker' flowers
red hot poker, torch lily, poker plant
Botanical name: Kniphofia spp. Common names: Red-Hot Poker, Torch Lily, Poker Plant USDA zones: 5 to 10, depending
interest: Summer floweringWhen to plant: Spring or fall
Red-hot poker. This native of South Africa may seem an odd choice as a perennial to use for mass effect, but it gives great ground cover, with its sword-shaped leaves creating meandering mounds.The fiery torch-like flowers of red-hot poker
“Gareden” — andreaperrier
Antonio Martins Interior Design
9 Reviews
Potrero HIll
Ideabooks4,556
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Can you tell me what plant is used for the ground cover?
Can you please tell me the name of the plant on the table?
beautiful plant...but i never seen that potted plant in indonesia
Love the plant in the pot
Love the plants, stands & couch
your yard planted with grass or a foot-traffic-friendly ground cover.
12. Arrange a living room right on the lawnWhy stick with furniture only on the verandah or deck? Create an outdoor living room that really embraces the outdoors by positioning your furniture in an area of your yard planted with grass
only on the patio or decking? Create an outdoor living room that really embraces the outdoors by positioning your furniture in an area of your garden planted with grass or a foot-traffic-friendly ground cover.
“Reddish couch and blue” — daydreamer_14
Gardens by Jeffrey Bale
My Garden
Ideabooks114
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love the color of ext. paint ...very french! also, like the rambling plants and color.
pink flowers...flowering plants...potted plants
“yellow and blue” — zaftig7
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
what are these type of plants
Yes my mistake, the red plant in the front is Japanese Blood Grass. It can be invasive so use it carefully.
species planted in groups give cleaner, more contemporary feeling
Vary the plant height. A mix of tall and low plants
image into your plant design by crafting a blend of plants high and low in size, loud and subtle in color and texture, plants that move at the slightest breeze and those that don’t. The juxtaposition will add another layer of interest to your garden.
Wild plant color ideas for the bank at our house
garden on slope,This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
“tall grass garden” — monicaking
The New York Botanical Garden
Dutch hyacinth
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big flowers. Before planting, store in refrigerator like tulips. Plant mid-late fall. Bury bulbs 5" deep/5" apart. After bloom - treat like tulips(?)
Hyacinths (hyacinthus). Dutch hybrids such as 'Peter Stuyvesant', shown, are plush and fragrant but last only one season in mild climates. Plant them
sun or partial shade Mature size: 6 to 14 inches high Bloom time: Early to mid spring Planting tips for mild climates: Buy big bulbs for big flowers. Before planting, store them in the refrigerator, as for tulips. Plant in mid to late fall. Bury bulbs 5 inches deep, 5 inches apart. After bloom time, treat
climates. Plant them where you can smell them — along a walk, in beds or in pots on a porch. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade Mature size: 6 to 14 inches high Bloom time: Early to mid spring Planting tips for mild climates: Buy big bulbs for big flowers. Before planting, store
“Dutch Hyacinth 'Peter Stuyvesant' plush/fragrant (mild climates! 1 season!) USDA zones: 5-9!....OK!” — rbcola
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 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 ... Photos by Rich Pomerantz
thanks for your question....the other plants include Huchera Plumb Pudding, Lobelia Monet, Johnny Jump Ups, trailing verbena, and a dwarf Hawthorn tree in the largest container. Hope this helps! More at ... Robert
Other than the petunias, what are the other plants you used?
like the plant choices for pots
Just a beautiful collection of different plants and flowers, mix and
spring flower pot for the patio
blooms. Keep your pansies consistently moist for optimal health and best results.More:Bright Plants for Flower Beds That Wow
Plant annual flowers and ornamental plants. Spruce up your container plantings and perennial beds with some bright-colored annuals. Good cold-tolerant choices include ornamental
“Great color and plant variety!” — quiltsbylisa
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks2,617
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protected by the tall plants on both sides. I’m not sure if this is an act of joy or survival, but it’s pretty clear that open runways like this help funnel in the butterflies toward nectar and host plants.
Butterflies love alleys. borders and beds contain lots of tall plants — Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium spp) and ironweed (Vernonia fasciculata) and cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum) — that reach from 6 to 10 feet tall. The meandering paths among these plants are insect highways
avenues protected by the tall plants on both sides. I’m not sure if this is an act of joy or survival, but it’s pretty clear that open runways like this help funnel in the butterflies toward nectar and host plants.
“Information on attracting butterflies, etc.” — aliceccone
Shelley Gardea
View of Xeriscape Garden
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What is the orange plant in the back? Very beautiful design!
This is one of the most inspiring xeriscape examples on houzz. Can you please name the plants shown instead?
I'm so glad you like the examples of the xeroscape landscaping. If you want to find out about each plant and the names, please contact Scott Ward of White Sage Gardening. He is the mastermind behind this garden.
some of these plants are interesting
gorgeous, large succulents planted in a courtyard or entrance. I love succulents,
lanscaping around pool. These plants look interesting.
Put structural no water plants on back slope
not have a large array of plants, but the plants that are in place are so striking that the space feels full. Setting each specimen in its own space rather than crowding them together allows the homeowner to enjoy the individual beauty of every plant.
“Clean” — Stacey Huftalin
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