477 plantings Eclectic Patio Design Photos

Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
only accept that your plants will eventually die or become disfigured by pests or diseases, but count on it. Practice makes perfect; every plant you kill will make you a better gardener, because you then understand more about what that plant needs to thrive. To prevent your plant’s untimely demise, keep
turn things around.Sometimes plants are purchased with one foot already in the grave, then they fall to pieces within a week of purchase. It’s not your fault! The people in the garden department of your local big-box retailer aren’t trained to know each individual plant’s requirements, so it’s very common
shade-loving perennials to get merchandised in the sun, or for plants without drainage holes to get watered to death. Oftentimes the newly purchased plant is already infested with disease or pests. Return the deceased (or soon-to-be-deceased) plant and head to a reputable garden center before you blame your
“Seasaw” — aflint17
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
“Love the planters and painted branches” — Sherri
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
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
South Austin Landscape
back of back house-plants along back fence off sliding glass-outdoor shower on other side of fence?
possible to plant dense hedges or vine-planted lattices where you would otherwise construct a fence. While you wait for the newly planted shrubs to fill in, plant tall perennials and annuals, such as swamp sunflowers (Helianthus angustifolius, zones 6 to 10) in between.How to screen with plants and trees
“Walkway around the tree” — Frank Nogueira
My Romantic Home
Romantic Cottage Garden
What is the name of that very tall plant and is it in a planter? Is it an annual or perennial? Thanks!
Delphinium. It likes sun or partial sun. Here is a link: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/plant-dictionary/perennial/delphinium/
as I recall, the purple plant likes the sun IF it's 'root' is shaded by another plant...
quaint seating area. idea to hang a plant from a telephone pole.
back yard - to hang annual plants
will you plant this for me?
“everything” — sewcanyou
Designing Solutions
56 Reviews
Madeline's House
plant stands
Plant stands for height
herb plant stands in kitchen
Love plant stands...Plant stand...plant stands...great plant stands
“living room” — sushants2ky
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Mirror behind some plants in courtyard
the final lower layers, consider something like bedding dahlias and begonias with some trailing plants such as cacopa or verbena. Plant in groups and pack everything in close.You can also try climbing plants such as creeping roses to cover railings or exposed walls, and add a small water feature to create
Starting budget: I recently found the cutest DwellStudio for Target tablecloth on clearance for $7.This quick and easy move can tie the patio to the plants around it through color. Your table will look fresh and inviting for your guests.
“mirror on patio” — adfrazier
Prideaux Design
8 Reviews
Prideaux Design
Love the vase and the plant
weird-cool plant. color in container echoing design colors
native plants in the landscape design. "The plants were carefully chosen," she says. "While there's not a large quantity of plant material, the quality was very important." Pedilanthus macrocarpus, or the Slipper Plant, is planted in a colorful pot next to the bench. Prideaux also used this plant near
How to use it. Showcase the slipper plant by treating it as a piece of living sculpture in your landscape. A clean planting plan highlights its quirky, undulating stems.Create your own desert modern landscape with linear plantings of the slipper plant in a bed of gravel. If minimalist gardening
gardening isn’t quite your idea of an inviting landscape, consider using the slipper plant as a potted accent piece. Container gardening is a great way to reveal your personal design style and tie your garden decor with the overall theme of your home.
“plant” — taltlg
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