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6,496 tall flower Exterior Design Photos
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
Cape Cod Shingle Style
Plants - tall grasses/flowers - overall look
color of flowers against grey shingles
orange flowers in front for backyard
love all the flowers
grasses and tall flowers
Color flowers exterior
what is the plant with little red flowers?
Tall glass entry - connecting 2structures
Like the tall flowers
Entry (tall overhang)
Tall light fixture is interesting
I love the flowers and the pathway
tall flowers, nice combination of colors
Pretty purple flowers
Flower beds...flowering plants
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Love the tall flower idea within all the shorter bushes!
all terms we use to describe that zesty shade we have come to love in our gardens. Here the flowering bracts of spurge (Euphorbia sp) burst into color like a wild bouquet, their color repeated by the flowering kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos sp) and assorted golden grasses. This combination is successful in
are 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-flowering Australian kangaroo-paw.
What are the orange long stem flowers?
German Iris long tall colorful flowers
Love tall bushy flowers
flower bed...Raised flower bed
Glenn Robert Lym Architect
Orinda Home on a Ridge
After passing through the entry gate, a small entry garden is encountered, now with tall flowering shrubs on the left, the tall wall and deep roof shading this terrace from the summer sun. Beyond, the glass entry doors lead to the living room.
Color: After passing through the entry gate, a small entry garden is encountered, now with tall flowering shrubs on the left, the tall wall and deep roof shading this terrace from the summer sun. Beyond, the glass entry doors lead to the living room.