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Michael Lee Architects
4 Reviews
Herron Residence
Ideabooks3,173
Questions0
The mother in law's tongue planting outside the front door
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.
Plants on the sides and wood overhead
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.
“Plant” — freestace6
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks13,510
Questions10
What plants are in this container garden?
What's the name of the climbing plant?
questioned it. I live in Eastern Canada and my impatiens are never that large or as many blooms ,double or single variety. The danger of frost can be as late as the end of June, so I guess with such a short growing season they don't have the growing time or conditions to do so well here! Thanks so much for
Love this photo of a garden in a container.
Love the potted plants framing front door
Haden. Line green plant and begonias
Let's try this front with red petunia and right green plants!
“Plants” — Mac Brick
Kym Rodger Design
3 Reviews
Lush Modern Entry
Ideabooks4,844
Questions1
How is the vertical garden planted and watered?
Garden for the north direction yard
The plants growing out of the wall.
Love the plants in this vertical garden
Stunning front garden space. Beautifully modern and green!
Entrance with plants on the side.
vertical garden - texture difference
Entry design and vertical garden
Vertical herb garden
Entrance water And wall garden
Vertical Garden...side plantings...Front garden...Wall plants...Front garden idea...Plants on wall...Garden design...vertical garden...Wall garden...stone floor/ plants...vertical garden
“entrance” — jacquiecaine
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TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
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East-West House
Ideabooks12,273
Questions5
what are the plant in the container?
Dark leaved Coleus, licorice plant - Helichrysum and orange Calibrachoa (Million Bells)
Go big with planters. Large planters add miles of curb appeal to this entry porch. The plants are canna and sweet potato vines.
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
vine in your garden? Show us your photos below!
Matched pots with tropical-flavor plantings make a statement strong enough to pull the eye away from the stunning backdrop. Try:Thriller: Canna var.Spiller: Sweet Potato Vine (Ipomoea batatas)Filler: Assorted Coleus
“Deck” — sober86
Yaniv Schwartz - Photographer
ETHAN CARMEL ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks3,639
Questions1
3. Garden Lighting Though planting the right night-flowering plants in the right place will give you stunning effects, if you want to really enjoy your garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific plants and trees
Garden Lighting Though planting the right night-flowering plants in the right place will give you stunning effects, if you want to really enjoy your garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific plants and trees
stunning effects, if you want to really enjoy your garden after dark, garden lighting is the final ingredient. Try not to floodlight your entire garden. Instead, pick out specific plants and trees to showcase. Highlight architectural plants like yucca, Phormium, Dicksonia and Trachycarpus.
“upward light in step” — simonemattison
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks3,498
Questions9
agree with 6136niagara. I also think it's (botanical name) Kniphofia uvaria. Common names are: Red Hot Poker, Common Torch Lily, Torch Lily, Poker Plant, Tritoma. Cheers et bon jardinage.
permanent boost of color, consider painting your door in a brighter shade. Yellow, red, or even a turquoise! For seasonal ideas, think of wreaths, or even plant hangers that hold fresh flowers. Look at this idea for a great spring door: http://www.houzz.com/photos/35859/Denise-Posey-traditional-exterior-
Love this for my garden area and courtyard!
Mediterranean-esque plants against an ocher house.
Mediterranean gardens, it makes a great addition to any spot in need of color and clean texture. Lining an entry path in the garden shown here, a large clump of poker flowers projects up and creates a nice textural and colorful contrast to surrounding plants. Mixed in a planter with high-textured plants and grasses
“Colours in the front yard” — pats1981
Structure Home
1 Review
VISION House Los Angeles
Ideabooks2,343
Questions5
What are the plants on the ground called ?
Exterior lighting plant bowl, paint metal, wood soffit
Lovely front door garden
Planting space @ floor level
outdoor potted plant
Pot plants...pot of plants...Small zen garden...Like planted area...pot plant
“Love the water garden” — helimedic
Sudbury Design Group
1 Review
Chestnut Hill Residence
Ideabooks6,121
Questions4
This stately, Chestnut Hill, circa 1890, brick home sits on idyllic grounds of mature planting. Our objective was to integrate the new with the old world charm of the property. We achieved this with additional plantings, seasonal color, restoring and adding masonry walls and steps as well as the installation
House - ext- entry - garden
The garden leading to front door
“idea for front of the house” — pbtonin
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