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Tim Cuppett Architects
Modern Farm House
Love the pot. What material is it made of?
What are the plants in the container?
The door you question is clad in black aluminum from the manufacturer.
Sorry, I don't know the plants. Landscape designer was David Wilson of David Wilson Garden Design, in Austin.
The large pot on the porch
Planting is serious and good impact
Awning in grey & White House with black trim
Black & White Contrast and Awnings!
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Entry stair detail.
black pots and plants tile cement mix
Like mixture of shingles;siding; colors; black with wood tones
Good example of black trim around wood door
black detail...planters and plants...Bench pots...Pots of floweres...flower pots
ACANTHUS Architecture & Design, San Francisco, CA
Is that a Gardenia in the black pot, if yes, I'd like to know which variety will last thru a mild winter? Also what kind of glass is on the door?
Door, topiaries and white trailing plants
Flower pots on each side of the door.
Door, seatin, plants
I like pots with plants
Front entranceway pots
Warmth of entry. Bench. Plants
Flowers with the plants
Plants for entry...pots at front...flower pots...Potted plants...Red pots...Front door plants...Potted plant...Porch plants...Entry way plant...Entry plants...Pots outside...plants in red tubs...Pots add color...potted plant...container plant
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what are the plant in the container?
the big Pots were did you get them?
Dark leaved Coleus, licorice plant - Helichrysum and orange Calibrachoa (Million Bells)
Tall ? lilies in center of pots, sweet pot. vine
miles of curb appeal to this entry porch. The plants are canna and sweet potato vines.Browse Planters in the Products sectionMore:Plant Containers Head Into Quirky TerritoryDIY Project: Mobile Container Garden
Whether your sweet potato vine is planted in a pot, a box, a bed or a bin, it will grow vigorously
arbors and pergolas, a draper for entryway pots or simply as a boost for your evergreen beds. Could this chameleon work any harder?How do you use ornamental sweet potato vine in your garden? Show us your photos below!
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Where is the flower pot from? I love them- thanks!
different plants in one pot? Which plants we can use?
Anyone know what the fourth plant is?
I can see there is fern, hydrangea, potato vine. Can anyone identify the very fine leafed fourth plant? It's best seen in the planter on the right. Thank you!
These really are lovely plantings and in shade to boot. I have never seen a fern used this way. Beautiful. Flowers and plants are the BEST decoration.
Love the pots at entry..I need them!!!
Nice pots but is that combo sustainable
What plants are in this container garden?
What's the name of the climbing plant?
the what the pot is designed
The pots for front fir summer
Love the pots especially the colours
Sweet potato vine is another creeper or draper that comes in a bright lime shade. Little pops of the vine in potted arrangements can brighten up old-fashioned flowers and make them seem new again.
Michael Lee Architects
Tops of bookcases in long low pots
divide plants and make new ones, one simply cuts the root, called a rhizome, and replants the pieces, with their corresponding leaves, in a new pot. So, if your thumb is just slightly green, within a few years, you could have enough pots of Sansevieria to start giving to friends.
The mother in law's tongue planting outside the front door
with a border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture with a playful wink. If you don't have a garden outside, create one indoors.
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality
filled, utilizing line and glass to their full potential. Without plantings, however, the hallway would seem boxlike and lifeless. The addition of spiky foliage emphasizes the height of the space while breaking up the sparseness.
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door
Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.