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Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts
Hardy cover plants that grow in Greece
grassy look with labels on plants
4. Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do this in large or small spaces; it’s
4. Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do this in large or small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the
“Layout” — markelogan
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Berkeley Courtyard House
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hi there, can you tell me the name of the silvery green plant? thanks
I feel it is a curry plant/bush
Love the mix of plants and colors
alliums, especially the large globe varieties, have become very popular as accent plants. Here they stand over a mixed planting of 'Cotton Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and French lavender, Lavandula
Plant the unexpected. Bright purple allium, standing tall, adds color. Artemisia and santolina are both good filler plants; their soft foliage and inconspicuous flowers serve as a backdrop for more colorful plantings.
Planted en masse alongside ornamental alliums
Muted colors. Gray and glaucous foliage planted en masse need not be boring. In the last decade, alliums, especially the large globe varieties, have become very popular as accent plants. Here they stand over a mixed planting of 'Cotton Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and French
“colors” — lizcool
Chelsea Pineda Interiors
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Hidden Hills Cottage
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What is the plant growing between the flagstones?
Look online at the Antique Rose Emporium website and the climbing rose called Orange Triumph. It's a red-coral climber. Could be this plant in photo or similar. http://www.antiqueroseemporium.com/roses/935/orange-triumph-climber
L'arche, c'est aussi une option au lieu de la porte.
Love the arbor with roses growing up it. Also the plants used and the birdhouse. Red door.
stones with plant material between them
color story. The green-on-green planting with red accents shown here has a lush, tropical feel.
The Final TouchesA fence doesn’t exist in a void, so while you’re considering your home and fence design, don’t forget the supplementary parts of the fence.6. What plants can help your fence stand out (or
“The trellis” — Lisa Scher Abrams
The Design Build Company
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Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks13,498
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What is the light bluish/green plant just to the right of the 6th step?
What are the large puffy plants with the soft looking fluffy thing on the tips?
Light green plant on right. Click
escalier de bois aussi
Natural stone and plants
back yard terrace plants
Planting grasses along stsirs
sloped planting . natural look
Puffy plants...plants style...hillside planting
“Nice steps” — mhread
Lilyvilla Gardens
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Lilyvilla Display Garden
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What kind of plants are in the pot? Beautiful combo!
big leaves plant can add oriental touch
like the purple tones in these plants
Plant ideas for shade area
Like the plants in the
Love the plant combo
Outdoor Potted Plants
colors in tropical planting
Container within in-ground plants
Potted plants on right
outdoor potted plant
Red plants...Plants &vase...Big plant...Container plants...planter with plants...Plant for house 147...love plant pot...Potted plants
“gravel and bedding contrast” — Erika Wilson
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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What is the red plant in the background?
what name is the green -yellow plants next to the red plants? Looks great.
The plants to the right of the red grasses ( Pennisetum 'Fireworks') is Phormium 'Tricolor' . Here is a link to learn more about it. http://www.smgrowers.com/products/plants/plantdisplay.asp?plant_id=1244
I like this mix of plants..
perennial garden; lends winter interest in its dried form When to plant: Mid-spring or after last frost
mid-fall, the burgundy-black foliage and foxtail plumes remain a constant feature in the perennial garden; lends winter interest in its dried formWhen to plant: Mid-spring or after last frost
“The tall grasses look relaxing” — Chateau
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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Could you tell me what the spikey looking alovera plant is? And also the name og the plant in the middle with the red flowers. Thanks
Can you use these plants in San Francisco area
The plant with the red flowers originates from Western Australia, its called a 'Kangaroo Paw'.
What plant did you use in between the cement pavers?
what are the names of all plants use for this design? Very beautiful design.
Simple, clear design in green highlighted by certain plants
“Look” — jangdowns
Gardens by Gabriel
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South County Succulents
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What types of plants are in this garden?
Will you identify these plants for me?
May I know what the bright green plant with a 'tower' in the top right corner called? Looks like a starfish with fine fingers. Thank you so much
on the coast, and excellent drainage. Weve have a few rot on us over time, so make sure its not planted in any kind of heavy clay soil
The plants you see here are all Mediterranean dry climate plants. The florida climate is far to humid and wet for these succulents. There are definitely some different
Definitely not. These plants shown need dry mediterannean air, and sandy soil. There are some hardy Opuntia's and Agave's that would do well in your zone, I would research these varieties
“Green and white succulent” — Kathy Enright
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