9,300 planting in fall Exterior Design Photos

450 Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
Sonoma Residence
Ideabooks4,104
Questions2
Plantes naturel avec petit sentier en pierre
Natural look of plants juxtaposed with contemporary house. Highlight on exterior
Planting notes: Plant in mid to late fall or early spring.Place the tree about 10 to 15 feet away from other plants to accommodate its
gets established but be careful not to overwater. Browse more great design plants
“Spread mull” — Gary Beam Builder
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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
17 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks1,991
Questions3
Home grown gardener from Boise, Idaho...I have done A LOT of planting and the tree appears to be a Japanese Maple. I don't know the specific species,
bright rosy pink and the leaves stay light green through the season. I planted one like this several years ago for my mother..You may be able to google
Sloping planting area, wider "Asian" tree
use of plants in planting area
“Split level on a hill” — pamtullos
SRM Architecture and Interiors
1 Review
Creekside -- Gardens
Ideabooks5,639
Questions3
I love the small flat green plant featured
angle.. love the plantings here with the japanese lantern sculpture
atmosphere. Borrow those ideas for your own petite back yard, keeping the planting restrained and the feel calm.
Planting in front of window on annex for privacy
atmosphere. Borrow those ideas for your own petite back yard, keeping the planting restrained and the feel calm.
what plants you used they look great...
“Dark background plus green plants” — valmonttrail
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Levin Residence
Ideabooks2,651
Questions3
Love the plant arrangement over the stucco wall.
The landscape with the cactus plants
dramatic wall plantings
“Ingreso” — benjaminhb
Gast Architects
27 Reviews
Sea Cliff Hideaway
Ideabooks12,779
Questions12
What type of plant did you use in the green space between the pavers on the driveway?
The plants seem to be holding up very well
well and I understand getting plants to continue to grow in between pavers like this can be difficult because the soil is so packed!
What plant/grass/moss did you use between driveway stones?
I noticed that comment on the plantings between the pavers along the drive. I love a split
deliberate planting between interesting paving stones
Plant between the paving stonesPlanting hardy green ground cover between paving stones helps to
“Large squares for driveway” — Leslie Sartor
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks1,924
Questions3
client retained landscape designers who implemented a nice re-do of the planting. I can tell you to be careful of horsetail - it can spread very aggressively
We liked the look, but don't miss it too much. By the way, aggressive plants like horsetail and bamboo can be controlled with underground "rhizome barriers"
plants at bottom of wall on right side
“very sover and dinamic look of front” — Rosy Dhimole
DeCavitte Properties
3 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks7,332
Questions4
Can you tell me the name of the plant with red flowers? They really pop.
The pine trees are Southern Pines. They were originally planted on the property in 1964.
Front less grass plantings also under tree
Flowers at the front. Big green leafy plants.
love the curved lines of beds and low to medium height of plants and spacing between
“Landscape” — bellafunk07
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks24,681
Questions9
The windows, plants and pots and the layout of
footsteps, shake siding to your side, glossy planters down low, manicured plants reaching upwards — all things that make this outdoor retreat deserving of
freshness when everything else has withered. Even if you don’t have bushes planted in the ground, you can still add big pots of boxwood for a dose of green
“off the master” — goldbracelet
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