6,607 mass planting Eclectic Home Design Photos

Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Art Walk
would you please tell me , the name of that plante which is under the beautiful metal?
Agave attenuata (Velvet Agave) - the brighter green, rosette shaped plants. There is also a Felt Plant (Kalanchoe beharensis)at the left edge of the photo under the metal art piece.
Hi shozzo48, unfortunately the Agave attenuata plants do not survive snow and ice. I wish they did! In our Northern California climate they can only take a little light frost, but not much. There are
I like the rocks bordering the plants
I really like the art on that wall, accents the plants nicely. Wonder if I could do something like that in my backyard, against a fence or my house or something.
“thick dick” — crackaasshomie
1 Review
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
These plants are great. Are they boxwood?
In the planters around the pool they are boxwood....the plants in the background of each side of the painting are evergreen Jasmine.
Hello Annie.....the plants in the foreground are boxwood....the plants in the back on either side of the painting are evergreen Jasmine. Hope this helps! Carole www
jasmine planted in the large pots with the forms on either side of the painting
5. Integrate art with plantings. The homeowners have hung a weather-resistant contemporary art piece on a pool enclosure wall and used chartreuse pillows to pick up its cool mood at this Oregon home. Lime-colored shrubs in containers repeat the theme.
“Evergreen jasmine in pots on either side of artwork.” — mwjdavis
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Vibrant Hideaway
Branch painted and put in pot for plant to climb
Takke vir plante om teen te rank
use of branch for climbing pLANT
idea for climbing plants
plant climbing the painted branch
White House green plants
plant twining around log
Pots de plante...Plants in pots...plant climber...Potted plants
“Branches acting as support for climbing vines” — jreynod
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Pond in Rydal, Pa
Either way with a filter system or without the water clarity will be based on the establishment of the pond ecosystem. That means the right amount of plants, fish, bacteria, etc to get the ecosystem established and flourishing.
Irises can be planted in any type of soil, but they love the water. In fact, they can even be planted in shallow water — Japanese and Louisiana irises are particularly good for water planting.
Irises can be planted in shallow water.
like the pond and plants in water
having a plant that requires a lot of water, creating a small pond or bog could save you a lot of watering time (and money) in the long run. Be sure to only do this for plants that really need a lot of moisture, otherwise the wet area could actually overwater and kill them.
“pond” — Jose Lopez
Diamond Hill Estate
Like grasses, varying heights and textures and way they are massed and flow together.
Donald Pell - Gardens added this to From the Wild, Home: Elements of a Landscape of Experience Each plant in this simple palette makes an impact in a subtle, naturalized way. Bold romantic drifts of strong perennials keep this composition intact with minimal
Each plant in this simple palette makes an impact in a subtle, naturalized way. Bold romantic drifts of strong perennials keep this composition intact with minimal management. The kids can ride their bikes through the switchgrass (Panicum) or create openings to hide out in with little worry from the
“lawn alternative” — Carex: Garden Design by Carolyn Mullet
1 Review
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
would you please tell me what kind of plant is in the front clay pot?
Cypress. It is planted in a pot and is growing, but I am not sure how big it will get in a pot. We have some other Italian Cypress planted in the ground and they are huge and still growing. There is also a type that they call Tiny Towers that are more compact and do not get as big. I had planted those in
I like the way the walls have texture and plants to blend/hide the neighbors
patio pots and plants and stone
Large potted plants to use in backyard "retreat" area. (Where table normally goes.
love the plants flanking the seating
“great pots” — larisaldikrp
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Lush Suburban Retreat
metal circles embedded in the gravel and ringed with Mexican black pebbles. Inside the stepping stones are plantings of dwarf mondo grass, 'Sunshine' creeping veronica, and Corsican mint. Plantings include natives such as evergreen huckleberry, mountain hemlock, sword fern, and deer ferns.
Really love the "stepping stone" plants on the gravel path. Creative++
Do you think stepable type plants will work for added color? Our climate is dry and water conservation is a priority. Also, what do you think will
the metal hoops. I decided to use them as edgers for "stepping stone" circles. I then planted the circles with Corsican mint, Veronica repens 'Sunshine' and Dwarf mondo grass (each circle only has one type of plant in it). Thanks for the question!
“Landscaping” — fiehait
Karen Gallagher Interiors
The "Atrium" at the Portland Symphony Showhouse, 2011
plants under glass
colors, chairs, plants
Containers with plants
Def need plants in den
indoor plants
“three season room beauty” — meghanmeeker
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