212 shrubs for dry shade Exterior Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks6,216
Questions6
name of palnts? are they good for shade or sun?
Do your research A good way to work out which shrubs will cope best
a sure bet for success. The heat-loving shrubs in the garden above include Mediterranean Spurge (euphorbia) with its lime green flower heads, along with
Yellow shrubs go well with the yellow flowers
Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant).....great shrubs - Lower pool suggestion
Do your researchA good way to work out which shrubs will cope best in hot and dry conditions is to check where they originate. Any plants
South Africa or California, are a sure bet for success. The heat-loving shrubs in the garden above include Mediterranean Spurge (euphorbia) with its lime
require less water and are resistant to the absence of rainfall during seasonal dry periods. These plants come in an amazing variety and can be used to create
“KANGOROO PAWS” — bspotleson
Monique Jacqueline Design
10 Reviews
Indian Hills, Salt Lake City, Utah
Ideabooks3,527
Questions2
Omg! Love the pines in the dry creek bed!
house: mostly gravel, with some shrubs, but edged in 2 foot boulders.
large rocks just a few simple shrubs......rock garden with shrubs...i like the shrubs/trees
“Clean appearance of the front yard” — lmchang8
WINN Design+Build
11 Reviews
Oakton Curb-Appeal
Ideabooks18,788
Questions20
what types of shrubs and trees did they use in this landscape?
The lawn looks great. What kind of grass is this and what kind of shrubs did you use?
geometric lines of these shrubs and trees complement the architecture of this home rather than compete with it. A palette in shades of green is always soothing
“Outdoor Grey Stone veneer” — olermot83
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Eric H. Gjerde AIA
7 Reviews
View from Walnut Street
Ideabooks26,620
Questions34
Can anyone name/identify the shrubs along the porch in the front and back? Thanks!
We planted a few individual shrubs at areas around the house where we wanted screening of specific views of
guys do a thorough cleanup: beds cleaned out and mulched, trees pruned, shrubs trimmed and the lawn raked within an inch of its life and mowed. The lack
something to soften or obscure the fence. It was in part bordering on deep shade that would need to be taken into account. I thought a row of hydrangeas or
“Color” — lzimmer23
MICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
Sonoma Barn - Front Shading
Ideabooks2,753
Questions1
I live in Texas where shade is a precious commodity. Love this screen idea but can't see how the screen works. Is it a free standing
and the mesh provides shading in the interim.
use metal mesh for shading and for deciduous vegetation
walls to establish themselves, and the mesh provides shading in the interim.
Cheap fencing, shade wall, privacy wall.
time for vegetated walls to establish themselves, and the mesh provides shading in the interim.
“mesh” — garden keepers
Donald Lococo Architects
21 Reviews
Arts and Crafts Home
Ideabooks4,126
Questions2
avoid root rot. In zone 5, wrap newly planted shrubs in burlap for the winter. Seasonal interest: This shrub has year-round interest, with large leaves,
Medium Light requirement: Grows in sun or shade; more sun is recommended in the northern zones, while afternoon shade is ideal in southern zones. Mature size:
High windows under the shaded area of the roof
‘Buttered Rum’, zones 4 to 9). Don’t neglect seasonal foliage color provided by shrubs such as oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia, zones 5 to 9).
“Nice” — Jason Curre Broker
Shannon Malone
Exterior
Ideabooks4,035
Questions7
40 feet high and 6 to 15 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Can tolerate dry soils and clay Seasonal interest: Summer and fall flowers; exfoliating bark;
form adds sculpture, its flowers add color and its leaves provide dappled shade.
Tree/shrub nice canopy...rocks and shrubs in foreground...shade of red
“Front patio wall plantings (w/o trees)” — Kristie Bernhard
JLF & Associates, Inc.
Valley Run
Ideabooks3,614
Questions5
Shrubs in large pots on the patio
bricks dry laid with gaps and old looking
Style, potted shrubs
“pretty front elevation” — skybird2go
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