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375 plants planted in gravel Industrial Home Design Photos
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.
lowness of planting, space and density of planting, colours.
raised plant beds with storage space underneath
Love the pea gravel and small bushes
with copper details on house, plants on top!
Plants for egress tiers
gravel + succulent mix
Landscape with pea gravel?
gravel and landscaping
Plants for retaining
Like planting...Mix of plants...gravel garden
What type of plants are on the right?
Privacy screen of tall plants in planters
could have a pot with a flowering plant in the corner of my
6. Plant a living privacy wall. Long, low planters filled with palms provide privacy on an urban patio. Check with your local garden center to find varieties that will do well with the light conditions on your patio.
Create a potted plant border. For an inexpensive apartment
apartment solution, try adding medium-height potted plants along the balcony railing. More ways with container gardens
what types of plants di you use for the greenery..the lower shrubs?
gravel path in shade, corten edge
for back yard. potted plants and make a bed with ground cover.
Steel edging and planting
rock bed with planting
transition gravel/flower bed
more plants than stone
Gravel path, trees...The gravel...Nice plants...Gravel Walks...Pea gravel...gravel & trees...border plantings
Plants on slope planters for deck or front porch
Like the planters and plants for patio on retaining wall
Plants, colour and contrast, what are they?
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.
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The Glass Farmhouse Loft
Plants, windows, milk glass vases, organized clutter.
Love the dining room windows, plants and tabletop accessories.
love the table and all the plants!!
pottery grouping, wood floor and plants
Dining table design and plants around it
The wood table, all the plants, the simplicity of it.
conservatory for a selection of gorgeously leafy plants.
10. Cassez la rigueur du noir et blanc en intégrant des végétauxHerbes folles, branches souples, feuilles aux looks variés… Multipliez les plantes vertes afin de détendre l’atmosphère guindée.
Des plantes tropicales in NYCDans son loft new-yorkais
éclatant de ces jolies plantes qui rythment l’ambiance.
Faites de votre intérieur un jardin d’Éden…N’hésitez pas à multiplier les plantes dans votre salon ou votre salle à manger. Elles leur donneront de la personnalité et de la vie.Découvrez 15 bonnes raisons d’intégrer des plantes à votre intérieur
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Front yard ideas, plants and rocks
Easy to take care of grasses type plants
sheet metal with plants on top
The Cor-Ten steel in the previous photo defined a planter bed, but in this residence it is used as the primary fencing material. Cor-Ten provides maximum privacy and contrasts strongly (yet naturally) with the grass and plantings.
residence it is used as the primary fencing material. Cor-Ten provides maximum privacy and contrasts strongly (yet naturally) with the grass and plantings.
You can also get really minimalist if you want. In this image various plants are spread almost like they would be in the arid high plains wild — a specimen here, a drift there. Designing a prairie garden can spur some cool
Tim Davies Landscaping
These were custom cut on site and the gravel mulch is a basalt stone 7-14mm
Drip irrigation was used to all the plants in this project.
Steel edge to grass pad, gravel w/planting
Water saving plants around pool and in courtyard
corten steel, rocks, plants
Stepping stones with planted succulents
Great planting...Plante ds roches...Stones and plants...Planting and paving...Rock and plants