5,344 mass planting Eclectic Home Design Photos

karinmalzan
Oasis in the Arizona desert
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the desert, doesn't mean that cacti are your only plant option. In this backyard, none of the plants are going to pierce your fingers. Drip irrigation
saves water and provides the drought tolerant plantings with the necessary moisture.
non-cactus plantings
“non-cactus plantings” — wmoreland1
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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City Floral Landscaping
shade
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residential landscape installation of hardscape elements and plant material
What are the shade loving plants in the photo?
Great design for shade plants. Please list plant names
“Evergreen. Blue hydrangea” — medit8chyk
Debra Lee Baldwin
Succulent Gardens
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What is the blue-purple plant on the right side?
It's Pride of Madeira (echium), a good companion plant for succulents.
Plant front right? Like pops of color and plant groupings
“Like the Pride of Madeira (echium)” — pmdon12
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning LLC
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Plant Combinations
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drought tolerant, full sun, velvety soft, ground cover Peach colored Tulips (plant in fall, don't come back in most of CA) Mid-ground: Aniganzanthos (Red Kangaroo
Drought tolerant, full sun, blooms spring to summer. Behind: Freesia bulbs plant in fall, in full sun, will come back every year. Background: Phormium 'Pink
“plants” — tashc
KL Designs Residential Landscape Planning LLC
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Courtyard Garden
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bold purple, red and blue plants along with silver for a pop. The homeowner was especially drawn to sages so many are in the plant list. Throughout the space
A flagstone path moves through a planting of Armeria maritima Sea Thrift that replaces a lawn. This area has at times full sun and full shade. The Armeria
Irises that need to be divided and were spread throughout the front border planting.
“Stones must be sunk into the ground!!” — janiehburton
Amy Renea
Fall Decor
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dictated how I used the plant. I can't place long stems of bittersweet in vases the way I would do with a typical cut flower, so the plant needed to be used
d’utiliser cette plante. Je ne pouvais pas disposer la morelle dans un vase, comme j’aurais pu le faire avec des fleurs coupées. La plante devait donc être
FOCAL POINT STYLING
5 Reviews
GARDEN UPDATE
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Plants in pots...gravel, stone, pots and plants
“Like the color of rocks” — edward88g
creations landscape designs
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Sustainable Dog Friendly Back Yard
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garden is a mixture of California native plant, edible California native plants, edible plants and some existing plants. There is also some permeable paving
“Layout, ground cover.” — athertongirl
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