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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Bocce Ball court
I would love to incorporate your image into a presentation (Trends in Outdoor Living) I am doing for the Shade conference in Phoenix. Is there any way you could please send me this image (approx. 1200x800 pixels is fine) to:
Bocce ball court next to the herb/tomato garden
Plant white roses behind garage and raised planters on other
this garden the other day when I was looking for bocce ball courts. I love the way the edible plants inhabit the space between the court and the walkway.
One can enjoy a game at this court, then pick a tomato or two for dinner from the edible garden on the way back into the house.
lemon tree or two to your balcony. You can also do container gardens or window boxes with herbs or a few berry plants, or raised beds of vegetables. (We all know how good homegrown tomatoes are in summer.)
“metal planters BIG” — kclaybrook
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
I like the simple little plants in these planters.
Ornamental grasses are another good low-maintenance option for outdoor planters. They need to be cut back only
Plants on slope planters for deck or front porch
almost any material (just don’t use treated wood, which has chemicals that leach into the soil and poison plants). Raised beds can be used for optimal vegetable gardening, for dryness-loving plants or simply to create architectural interest — even winter interest.
Ornamental grasses are another good low-maintenance option for outdoor planters. They need to be cut back only once a year in the spring and, after the first year of growth, require very little water. They tend to thrive in areas of full sunlight.
“Ornamental grasses, thrive in full sunlight and require very little water” — tobhiyah
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Greenhouse Living
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,
native plants is at a nearby nursery. Hopefully you’ll shop at local, independent nurseries and keep the money in town. Those local places will hopefully also have some awareness of regional native plants. Public university extension offices also have resources for native plants and wild plant communities
“green house for FL. love it's size!” — ladydeb
BlueGreen Landscape Design
7 Reviews
A Succulent Wall
This is a custom designed succulent wall. This striking green wall is a site specific landscape that incorporates a variety of plants with contrasting color, texture, and form. It has a built-in irrigation system which means literally minimal maintenance for the homeowner.
Can you tell me what kind of material that is,? The material around the squared plant things.
Did you leave the plants in their own container when installing it to the wall ? Thank You
The material around the planting is tile that looks like corten steel.
love the balance of metal and plants
been installed as a dramatic focal point. Notice the uplighting fixtures at the base of this piece, promising after-dark enjoyment of the patterned plantings. With hidden drip irrigation, it's also a low-maintenance design element that the owners can enjoy.
“dramatic use of succulents. Great!” — caedmon
Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Guest Suite & Bath
but old copper like an outdoor tap). Anyone have any ideas where I might source? We are in Australia. Kind regards - Lanie
do you know where can i find real copper handles and head for my outdoor shower? thank you kindly~
i'm fairly inexperienced in purchasing plumbing parts. also, is there a way to finish an old chrome shower head and arm to withstand the weather outdoors, and closely resemble copper patina? thanks again!
exposed plumbing, wood floor, plants in window
Outdoor shower - love the exposed pipes and plants growing nearby
simple box area, great separation , would be great with plants
Overhead spigot, wood floor, light, plant
Add a few indoor plants, and a wood-filled shower can quickly become a Zen-like refuge.
“Wood” — cutronanl
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
8 Reviews
H. City Residence with Gardens
pretty brick work and note variety of plantings
Great mix of plants deciduous and everygreen and shapes.
lush planting beds to create privacy
Our patio with some planting
Cozy, intimate outdoor space
Brick, plantings pots
plants and trees...bricks, plants...Full of plants...Live the plants...Patio and plantings
“Shady garden” — paulasamabeckett
Phillips Garden
Minnehaha Parkway
are these garden use water conservation base plants?
Thanks! We're happy to tell you what it is but need some clarification? If you are curious about a plant can you describe which one, none are actually growing on the fence.
more low growing plants. Plants growing over rocks
may have a little too much going on all together but do like the plants individually and also like the crushed granite color and size - may prefer a slightly lighter
“more low growing plants. Plants growing over rocks” — suryaf
jamesthomas, LLC
12 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
High end outdoor furniture can be purchased at dedon
Hi there. The fabric is an outdoor fabric mesh - all plastic. KInd of like the Chilewich product.
Please feel free to browse our collection of woven outdoor furniture at www.janusetcie.com
Showing you this one to suggest we look at lighting too. Like the up lighting in the plants.
The terrace seating area has an outdoor heater, and with no neighbours nearby, the views are open to the north, east, and south. The birch tree branches are a reference back to the wallpaper
“Rooftop” — alexandraeduncan
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