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Taylor Lombardo Architects
Taylor Lombardo Architects
what plant is that and where to find it in idia
Its a Stargazer Clematis and its beautiful - you can get the seeds at any nursery
Climbing vine on iron gate to backyard. Leave room for earth planting in front of gate on either side ?
and more flowers! One of the benefits of living in Northern California is the ability to grow plants, flowers and succulents all year long. A stunning way to spruce up your patio or backyard is planting vines and flowers with lots of color. Over time, the vines will mature and flowers will blossom
show that you can work with what you have when looking for a way to support long, flowing plants. Most vines and climbers can be trained to crawl in a general direction, but it's important to know which plants require different support. More info here.
“love this look” — juliekoe
Constantine D. Vasilios & Associates Ltd
3 Reviews
Urban Oasis
having the plant in my home
The sago palm is toxic to pets. While the foliage can cause problems, the seeds, also known as the nuts, are the most problematic and can result in seizures and
houseplant and a popular outdoor choice for temperate landscapes. The downside is that it is toxic to pets. While the foliage can cause problems, the seeds, also known as the nuts, are the most problematic and can result in seizures and liver failure.
“nice” — arthurtown
Tina Kuhlmann
No 2
plants the way they are kept
Seed glass...Potted plants...seeded glass...asymmetric planting...container plants...potted plants
“I” — colbyhale
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Irvine Contemporary Asian
The path is a seeded 3/8" rolled decorative pebble on a concrete base and the entrance way is a flagstone paver, but unfortunately I can't remember the blend.
Kumquat trees with ivy geranium at base planted in 15 gal pots Stain on the gate
like the rock step....specifically how deep it is so you can put plants and such on it
courtyard, gate, stone, cement walls & plants & trees in large pots
“庭院” — yang
Milestone Custom Homes
2009 Inspiration Home
Seeded Glass Doors
Scale cab rugs plant dog
“Color scheme” — Aldrin de Leon
7 Reviews
155 Jamaica St.
Don't like stain color bit side lights and palladium above would allow more natural light into area. Could use seed glass for privacy.
like the ideas of bananas and other plants at entrance
“Light” — mdeitz1
Menter Architects LLC
Classic Seattle 4 Square Residence
you could do chalkboard doors. Just planting seeds
“Back room stuff with chalkboards” — eludford
Justina Blakeney
The Jungalow
The Jungalow is all about creative reuse, personalization, vivid colors, bold patterns and lots and lots of plants--Jungalow style is tropical and bohemian, very vintage and very cozy. Jungalow is about bringing the eclecticism of nature and the wild--indoors.
can u please tell me the name of the plant in the top left drawer?
The plant is a Staghorn Fern! Glad you like the Jungalow!
so creative - loving the idea of random plants displayed
Plant a piece of furniture- line the interiors with waterproof plastic, fill them with soil and pop in a few plants
Let's hit the flea market! Plant a piece of furniture. Ready to get really
Cool way to house plants indoors.
Plant a piece of old furniture
Plant a piece of furniture and give new life to an old piece that is too run down for its intended purpose. Line the
“Düzenlemesini” — minmin499499
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