37 greek pattern plant Garage and Shed Design Photos

Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Could you kindly tell me what base you used in which to plant this rooftop garden? how deep was your soil ?
what materials do I need and what type of plants?
John crane logo with plants as the medium.
Like the pattern created with rows of different plants.
your roof is ready to be planted. There are two ways to do this: Use a modular system of planted living roof trays.Add soil and plant your roof as though it
transforme le toit en une œuvre d’art vivante, recouverte de plantes grasses et autres plantes découvertes et ajoutées au fil du projet.
and designed it as a living piece of art, full of succulents and other plants found throughout the project.
“green roof, plant design” — francishvl
Connelly Construction, LLC
6 Reviews
Richards Drive 1
Are those called pavers on the sidewalk? What pattern was used for laying the sidewalk? Thank You.
Because the patio and walkway had a few turns, we used a herringbone pattern, which is uni-directional. The pavers were installed with thinset over
When vines are trained in a diamond-shape pattern resembling a lattice, the result is called a Belgian fence.
(or are able to hire a gardener), you can train your vines to grow on a patterned support.
star jasmine on the wires in a pattern
“wall is pretty with the ivy” — shelbycobra907
Harmony Design Group
6 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
dinning terrace a bluestone patio was installed with a brick inlayed rug. Plantings beds filled with perennials and flowering shrubs surround the patio and
What is the name of the flowering plant in front of the boxwood
We used Tennessee Blue Gray pattern Flagstone. It is similar to PA Bluestone but does not get hot around the
Harmony Design Group We used Tennessee Blue Gray pattern Flagstone. It is similar to PA Bluestone
“Look” — georgiabound
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
I love the idea of growing plants, vegetation on the roof. are there big chances to have leaks into the hous
I love the idea of reclaiming the real estate of a roof for living plants that can actually utilize and benefit from the intense sun. In the process
to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.
up to a week, depending on size. Best time to do this project: During planting season. Permit needed: Check with your municipality, as permit requirements
c microclimates makes plant selection easier and ensures a design will be more in sync with the site. Hook stresses that a plant palette naturally adapted
sélection des plantes et assuré un aménagement qui soit en harmonie avec le site. La paysagiste a mis l’accent sur une gamme de plantes naturellement adaptées
“cool green roof” — francishvl
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
LiveRoof to grow and then they have licensed installers of the system and plants.
Tam. The design became a living mosaic, representing the variety of plants and plant communities on Mount Tam.”
toit se transforme en une mosaïque vivante, représentant la variété des plantes qui poussent sur la colline. »
“Rooftop garden” — sharonpedrosa
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
the plants hanging over the retaining wall- what are they? Love shape
break up the top of a hillside retaining wall like you did. What are the plants that are holding that lovely shape- they almost look like a hedge of some
distinct pattern to landscaping with color and size of plants
hill, plants...Plants could be replaced...retaining wall and plants
“Great garden” — rkbuchanan
Abby Design and Construction
8 Reviews
The Farm Garage
lovely garden....what is type of plant is the yellow bush?
Color contrasts of plantings...Rock wall, pebbles, plants...Side entry garage nice planting...Plants spilling over wall
“I like the color/look” — mpsetnicker
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Hamilton
calstone quarry stone to fence w/o planting strip
Interesting door, Circle pattern in stone driveway.
potted plants at driveway and entrace to backyard
potted plants...pattern color...Pot plants
“pots” — hmmogg
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