11,780 vertical planting Exterior Design Photos

Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Dani Ridge House
was, wildlife would come too close for comfort. For example, she could not keep a garden -- too many of the wildlife creatures were interested in her plants and flowers... Maybe you'd have some tips for her?
which is part of the architecture and relates to the house rather than to the landscape around the house. This will also keep the exotic, non native plants sequestered. I hope you find these suggestions helpful! Thank you for your interest in our projects, Caitlin McMillen Studio Schicketanz cmcmil
uphill neighbors, the architects cut a wedge into the hillside and backed the home into it. This allowed the land to rise over a gently curved roof, planted with native grasses. All the utilities are concealed belowground.
“dad would like this” — audreyw02
Mackle Construction
"This Old New House"
what is the name of the yellow plant
I believe the yellow plant you are referring to is a bromeliad.
yellow plants...Plants in the rocks
“Blue chair” — apuryear93
kevin akey - azd architects - michigan
10 Reviews
kevin akey
what plants are at the base of the trees?(the white plants)
container plants...potted plants
“love the window, especially around the entry way.” — mdheiny
Holly Marder
The home of Wendy
Build pedestals for planted pots to add height for walls
Large potted plants.
container plants, patio furniture
Plants in pots,...Pots with plants
“Varanda” — kikisl
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
container plant
Love the urn planting
trim around windows and plants
terraced flowers/plants
potted plant
“Color” — bellande1
Lori Smyth Design
4 Reviews
Del Oro
house numbers, plantings.
I like the plant
“Marchesd´entrée avant” — h2bernache
Amaron Folkestad GC Steamboats Builder
2 Reviews
Rolling Stone Golf Right Side
Stones, roof. The combined colors including plantings are simply beautiful.
Love the chairs colors against these specific plantings
Love the plants!...Landscape plants
“stone and trim” — maryferreira
Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
or city parks or vacant lots — that might be illegal or at least rude (tempting, though). You can use seed bombs in your own garden or as economical plant gifts for whoever you think might benefit. Ready for the recipe? It’s simple: clay powder or soil, compost, seeds and water. Locus Architecture Architects
“Stone base and red siding. Barn?” — natashagibb
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