277 low maintenance plant Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Entry courtyard
The name of the plant on the trellis please.
Love this fencing and plant arrangement. Nice and sustainable.
Plant climbing roses next to garage
Fence and plantings and arbor over entry point
the brick before the gravel. imagine the gravel as the sidewalk. the brick as a spacer between the sidewalk and the plants before you get to the fence
“Love the fence” — farmone
Linden L.A.N.D. Group
6 Reviews
Classic Courtyard
i like perennials planted in well mulched beds. It
Natural stone. Clean and simple. Low maintenance.
Path, low maintenance plants
Stone pathways and plants
low to ground plants
Not rocks but plants
mounded low plantings
“Path” — Luke Dunford
Casey Boyter Gardens
Edible Estate
Low maintenance plants
“yum! visual food !!!!” — carnatio24
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Guest House Cottage Garden
The yellow flower is Yarrow, which comes in many colors and plant height. The yellow variety makes an excellent flower. Some varieties can be very invasive.
They look like Russian Sage plants that are perennials & easy to grow. They do spread every year but very slowly. Love the combo.
These look good with purple... The yellow flowers are called Achillea plants or more commonly known as Yarrow. They are a dependable, low maintenance perennial plant needing sun. They
Easy maintenance nice form and color
Just adore this combination of plant & colour. Fernleaf yarrow (Achillea "Moonshine') & the (Salvia x sylvestris 'Mainacht')
Love the color combination of drought tolerant, low water use plants
“Yarrow and. Sage” — mrkendal
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
What is the name of these spikey plants?
Pers blom plante hou muise en rotte weg
Use wild flowers to have less maintenance
landscaping - rocks and wildflowers, low maintenance
Lake House Rule No. 10: Keep your landscape low-maintenance. Rock gardens, herbs, woods and mulch make for easy-to-care-for camp surroundings. You don't want to spend your valuable weekend lake hours mowing and weeding.
“Brown” — alihintelmann
a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Country Farm House
Peastone driveway with antique granite curbing and perennials planting beds.
What perennials do you have planted here?
Beautifully planted gardens. The bright green seed heads of Alchemilla mollis (or Lady's Mantle) look great if cut and placed in a white vase or jug, or even against a
like the "ground cover" plants.. they don't sit too low to the ground
low plants to house gravel to house also
color, texture, repeat use of plants, full coverage
narrow planting in front. Chip&Seal Drive
plants in garden some great for shade
“Colours” — anglais
The Garden Design Company
tidy vegetable garden with clear paths and raised beds - low maintenance
love the easy care walkway and different plantings - has on old and new charm to it
Plantings and the low borders or the
Gravel path & plants. Beautifully simple
House, roof over door, shapes of planting areas, gravel walk
group plants in blocks, pea gravel between
used in a raised bed to grow vegetables. The paths have added gravel for erosion control. When you're planting directly in the ground, use a soil test to determine your native soil type and choose plants that thrive in that type of soil. (Learn how to determine your soil type below.)
Because clay soil absorbs water very slowly, it’s easy for the water to run off before it penetrates the ground. The solution is to keep the flow low, almost a trickle if the soil is very dense. Also, try watering in two blocks — water for 5 to 10 minutes, turn it off for 20 minutes, then water again
“garden blocks” — moe5
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Mimi and Eric
I'm a farm house, front porch full of plants type of girl.
Start a garden on your porch. A low-maintenance composite decking will help keep mold from growing under your pots and will be easier to clean than wood decking.You can start seedlings in the
Mimi's porch garden is a cornucopia of climbing vines, flowering shrubs, potted plants and hanging baskets. MK: I absolutely love flowers. I told my kids that if there is any inheritance money, forget about it. I'm spending every last dime on flowers.
“Nice colors” — catherinemfpj
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