11,042 planting in fall Exterior Design Photos

Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks5,738
Questions2
Do you know plants on buildings can destroy them?
After the ivy turns a brilliant crimson red in the fall, it will drop its leaves. This allows air and light against the structure during the harshest season of winter and minimizes any dampness to be trapped. It is definitely a plant that you have to prune once established so it doesn't get overgrown
Bushes In Planting Area Surrounding Table.
6. Allow ivy to crawl up the walls. Ivy provides a buffer between your home and the sun. "Planting a green wall or vines on the home reduces reflection and absorbs heat," says Spiering.
“pool” — Shayla Ray
Canton Custom Homes
Hickory Lane
Ideabooks11,733
Questions9
Great pediment over door, balanced plantings, beautiful entry way.
watch out area for plants and area for grass
Colors and different heights of plants
6. Red Door With Painted BrickI tend to waffle on the issue of whether or not to paint brick. When it's done well, as it is here, I fall on the pro side. If you opt to go for it, pick your colors carefully. You might be temped to stick with all neutrals so you don't call attention to the brick, but I
“Stone path” — dtarigan
markdesign, llc
13 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
Ideabooks2,469
Questions4
Sorry to bother you, just wanted to know what plants were used; the red ones are especially bright and cheery!
Love all the drought tolerant plants and water-wise landscaping. Great for the southwest.
use of crushed granite gravel. Also, planting style and types of plants are ideal for Front Range yard.
I like the plantings around the gravel paths
The color of the pea gravel, seperation of native plants and path.
has larger particles. The texture is not smooth like pea gravel, but this choice is perfect for walkways and patios, as well as for setting off xeric plants. Cost: Crushed granite gravel is sold by the yard for $60 and up, depending upon your location and the size. Those living in more rural areas may pay
“gravel” — Alan Ohst
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
Ideabooks1,526
Questions0
The brown grass-like plant gets me every time...
border with rock; colors; close plantings?
Grasses bordering rocky path; plethora of plants
nice example of right plant in right place
plant variety, spacing, use of color
turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas, Russian sage, elder, montbretia,Euphorbia, daylilies, Kinnikinnick, clematis,honeysuckle, bamboo, daisies, black-eyed Susan, dogwoodand showy stonecrop — among many other plants.
“Wow again” — trouse5467
Bonin Architects & Associates
7 Reviews
Lake Sunapee, NH View
Ideabooks9,364
Questions13
Fall is a glorious season. With blazing
1. Inspect the roof, gutters and drainpipes. Depending on your climate, you may want to hold off until later in the fall (when most leaves have dropped) before cleaning the gutters, but doing a visual inspection now is a good idea. If any branches and leaves fell during summer storms, remove them so
“Garage angle” — bongojoe
martha picciotti
5 Reviews
Barnard Residence
Ideabooks10,382
Questions14
What are the mustard color plant
The plants behind the red flowers?
Could share names of the plants, particularly the yellow and red?
The red plants area begonias. The yellow are kangaroo paws. The purple and white are lily of the Nile.
trees and low plants
Planting colours...plants in front
“grey and blue” — polo7035
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks3,272
Questions5
must be spread on bare soil. Many of those seeds also need a period of cold, wet winter weather to germinate in late spring, which is why a late-fall planting (after a few freezes) is perfect. Here's a detailed prairie establishment guide by Prairie Nursery — from prairie prep to seeding, establishment
Let's plant a field instead of sod!
meadow plantings for drainfield side of house
must be spread on bare soil. Many of those seeds also need a period of cold, wet winter weather to germinate in late spring, which is why a late-fall planting (after a few freezes) is perfect. Here's a detailed prairie establishment guide by Prairie Nursery — from prairie prep to seeding, establishment
and exotics can set off state-of-the-art architecture.Wildflower meadows require plenty of patience and a good amount of research to select the right plant and grass mix for your conditions.
“Proyecto sado” — Dante Román Caballero
Studio 212 Interiors
15 Reviews
Custom Craftsman
Ideabooks1,291
Questions1
looks like a red Japanese maple. They are more structured than a vine maple which would give you those pretty colors in fall. But it also looks like there could be more than one plant. Lots of different varieties of JMs. A good nursery ought to able to tell you all you would want to know.
ornamental tree and places in the front yard with few bushes, plants and rocks around it.
“Yard” — kdillon1
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