563 plants Garage and Shed Design Photos

Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greenhouse Living
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awareness of regional native plants. Public university extension offices also have resources for native plants and wild plant communities, with a wealth of knowledge about what works best. Near me I have the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, which even has a native plant greenhouse featuring seasonal
NATIVE PLANTS How to Find the Right Native Plants for Your Yard 1. Nurseries, university extension offices and farmer’s markets. Obviously, the first place you’ll probably look for native plants is at a nearby nursery. Hopefully you’ll shop at local,
seasonal sales, along with a trial and display garden full of local plants. You can also check out local farmer’s markets to see if there are any smaller start-up vendors with native plants.
“The greenhouse” — epdutcher
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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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?
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 were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
steps: Once your contractor has installed and water tested the membrane, 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 were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
Once your contractor has installed and water tested the membrane, 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 were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
“could we do this on one of our roofs?” — mehull
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Mimi and Eric
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What is the large plant in the ground with the big leaves?
Shelves by garage windows for potted plants
Plant heights and pots on shelf
Ledge for plants rather than planting boxes
Window sills plant pots
Love the plant shelves
Roofing? Plant shelves for old cottage
Windo plant box...Plant shelves...Potted plants...The potted plants...container plants...potted plants
“window shelves” — jules2255
Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
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a traditional style home set on a rural estate in Princeton NJ. For the dinning terrace a bluestone patio was installed with a brick inlayed rug. Plantings beds filled with perennials and flowering shrubs surround the patio and lead you down to the swimming pool. Built at existing grade to meet DEP r
What is the name of the flowering plant in front of the boxwood
plant trellis and the siding with the bead
Door trellis plants yellow and white
Planting to dress up sides of garage
Planting around garage space to change feel
“Laundry wall” — Duane Norman
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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the plants hanging over the retaining wall- what are they? Love shape
I need to 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
The draping plants on top of
“Nostalgic of childhood stories. Beautiful garden.” — theladygoat
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
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the water after a few minutes. If that happens, you may want to repot your plant and change the potting soil before bringing it in. Don’t do this for succulents, however, since they prefer to stay dry. Also spray your plants with a mild insecticidal soap a few days before bringing them in — look for
potting Prepare your pots. Before bringing any outdoor plant in, it’s important to check the pot for signs of insects that may be tagging along. The most thorough way to do this is by submerging the entire thing
Prepare your pots. Before bringing any outdoor plant in, it’s important to check the pot for signs of insects that may be tagging along.
in the water after a few minutes. If that happens, you may want to repot your plant and change the potting soil before bringing it in. Don’t do this for succulents, however, since they prefer to stay dry.Also spray your plants with a mild insecticidal soap a few days before bringing them in — look for
“Good for inside the shed” — ame2
Osborne Architects
3 Reviews
Baer Retreat
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What plant is growing on the walls and does it do that naturally or do you have to train it to?
How is the planting on the wall achieved?
Many little plant in baskets of dirt, designed by Rana Creek Design ranacreekdesign.com
Marvelous vertical wall planting. Also note solar panel attached directly to roof top
Wall of plants how did they do it???
Native plants grow in a living wall designed by Rana Creek on the garage exterior. Bryce Parker garage doors and Il Fanale sconces add to the building's contemporary industrial look.
something oh so appealing about this expansive ‘wall hedge’. Not only does the green foliage help to camouflage a blot-on-the-landscape structure, the planting has a very natural, untamed quality to it, too.
“Mossy walls? PV Panel roof” — Jansie Butts Martin
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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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, it leaves our environment below much cooler. I also can't think of a better way to tie in the Architecture to the natural environment surrounding the
or up to 30 degrees sloped, it might be a good candidate. You’ll also want to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.
$13 to $45 per square foot installed. Typical project length: A few days 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 can vary depending on what type of membrane you’re installing and whether
“I love the idea of reclaiming the real estate of a roof for living plants that can actually utilize” — Superior Plan Design
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