308 low maintenance plant Entry Design Photos

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3 Reviews
Colonial Revival
Ideabooks2,082
Questions4
underneath however the arches make the door too low in the center
Pilars, low gate ,vegitation on top of column
Duke notes that many clients are going for structured, low-maintenance indigenous plantings these days instead. Also, he's noticed that edible gardens
low gate
“Painted white ?” — mhwillis
Modern Entry
Ideabooks3,079
Questions4
What is the name of the cascading plant?
grass. Cascading plant looks like creeping Jenny.
Hi vscarpato, I saw your question and while I can't really see the plant close enough to identify
but I really only grow it for the foliage. It drapes nicely just like the plants in the photo. The other one I think that would work well and is super fun
fun is Senecio rowleyanus (String of pearls). I just love this plant! Just like the name says, they are little green pearls that drip down. Senecio is
and narrow raised bed with horsetail plant- what about bamboo?
horsetail and creeping jenny, low maintenance
bottom for other things (stone or plants)
jenny , very low maintenance plants...a very small footprint of planted area.
“screening planter” — elainetsale
building Lab, inc.
11 Reviews
eichler in marinwood
Ideabooks1,396
Questions3
thinking that's the route to go with walkway and small dirt strip to plant low maintenance plants against the house
“walkway” — stoppre959
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Front Entrance
Ideabooks28
Questions0
Low maintenance plants
“Low maintenance plants” — vtanco
Michael Lee Architects
4 Reviews
Herron Residence
Ideabooks3,468
Questions1
Long grass/whatever plant this is? Snake plant?
s to line an interior hallway with a border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality.
light filled, utilizing line and glass to their full potential. Without plantings, however, the hallway would seem boxlike and lifeless. The addition of
When plants show up in surprising places, you have achieved the idea of spontaneity
Tops of bookcases in long low pots
“paint color + wood” — ashley1970
Native Edge Landscape
14 Reviews
Crestview
Ideabooks45
Questions0
we needed to keep the plant pallet simple, and chic. We used a pallet of very architectural plants, low maintenance native plants, and topped it off with
“Native Edge” — Dillon Tuttle
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
East-West House
Ideabooks14,028
Questions6
Dark leaved Coleus, licorice plant - Helichrysum and orange Calibrachoa (Million Bells)
like the combination of plants in the pot
appeal to this entry porch. The plants are canna and sweet potato vines.Browse Planters in the Products sectionMore:Plant Containers Head Into Quirky Te
nights. Mums and pansies are quintessential fall plants, but there are many noteworthy foliage-focused plants whose colors evoke fall. Here are seven great
Whether your sweet potato vine is planted in a pot, a box, a bed or a bin, it will grow vigorously and offer a lot
Matched pots with tropical-flavor plantings make a statement strong enough to pull the eye away from the stunning backdrop
what are the plant in the container?
“roof” — Ramona Brinson
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
Carolina St
Ideabooks12,716
Questions8
foliage-focused planting, and this narrow roadside border delivers. Key design features: •Restraint in color and plant variety •Linear planting that echoes
upon their strong form rather than colorful blooms.These plants require minimal water and maintenance.The grasses add a bright note to the dark stained fence
foliage-focused planting, and this narrow roadside border delivers. Key design features:Restraint in color and plant varietyLinear planting that echoes the
siding and fenceEmphasis on foliage over flowersColor note:Muted earth tonesPlant selection:Grasses and succulents are eminently suitable for contemporary
“Fence” — rkdenison
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