1,385 florida Landscape Design Photos

Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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love this plant. Magical weigela, magical fantasy, Weigela florida
Floral Shrub - Magical Fantasy Weigela (Weigela Florida "Magical Fantasy")
Magical Fantasy weigela (Weigela florida 'Magical Fantasy') differs from earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather than a creamy yellow one. The tubular flowers are a soft pink and begin to appear in May; they continue
Magical Fantasy weigela (Weigela florida 'Magical Fantasy') differs from earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather
magical fantasy Weigela (Weigela florida) attracts hummingbirds
Magical Fantasy weigela (Weigela florida 'Magical Fantasy') differs from earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather than a creamy
“weigela florida 'Magical Fantasy'” — Kelly Zahn
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
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Casa Morada
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Coquina stones, for example, are made up of the remains of tiny coquina clamshells and have long been utilized in northeastern Florida” crushed limestone glows in the dark
you money and look a lot more natural. Why work against your landscape, especially when so many excellent materials are right under your nose? This Florida Keys landscape design by Raymond Jungles is an excellent example; crushed limestone creates a permeable and striking walkway that glows in the moonlight
statuary and stucco. Coquina stones, for example, are made up of the remains of tiny coquina clamshells and have long been utilized in northeastern Florida as both stone blocks and an element of a stucco known as tabby. In Pacific coast areas, volcanic stones such as basalt are a useful and workable addition
“Path” — kittensparx
Exteriors By Chad Robert
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Private Residence
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drought-tolerant palms to use in your garden, and some will even tolerate being grown in the desert and do poorly in the humid climates typical of Florida and Hawaii. Just about anyone in a warm climate can grow drought-tolerant palms like Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11), Mexican
or California, try planting hesper palms (Brahea spp, zones 8 to 11) or mountain coconut palm (Parajubea cocoides, zones 9 to 11). If you live in Florida, try planting the native buccaneer palm (Pseudophoenix sargentii, zones 9b to 11) to get the look of a royal palm on a smaller scale, not to mention
or California, try planting hesper palms (Brahea spp, zones 8 to 11) or mountain coconut palm (Parajubea cocoides, zones 9 to 11). If you live in Florida, try planting the native buccaneer palm (Pseudophoenix sargentii, zones 9b to 11) to get the look of a royal palm on a smaller scale, not to mention
“Looks like paradise . Peaceful” — janett19
Monrovia
Golden Variegated Sweet Flag
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grass (Acorus gramineus, zones 6 to 9), spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana, zones 5 to 10) and spikemoss (Selaginella spp, zones vary). Shrubs like Florida anise (Illicium floridanum, zones 7 to 10), Southern wax myrtle (Myrica cerifera, zones 7 to 10) and hollies (Ilex spp, zones vary) are good choices
grass (Acorus gramineus, zones 6 to 9), spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana, zones 5 to 10) and spikemoss (Selaginella spp, zones vary). Shrubs like Florida anise (Illicium floridanum, zones 7 to 10), Southern wax myrtle (Myrica cerifera, zones 7 to 10) and hollies (Ilex spp, zones vary) are good choices
“Rocks” — lbt5
Blakely and Assoc. Landscape Architects, Inc.
Palm Beach Residence
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excellent alternative. Their deep green and finely textured foliage also makes the perfect backdrop for bold and leafy tropical plants.Whether you live in Florida or New York, the mondo grass (Ophiopogon japonicus, zones 6 to 11) in this photo makes an excellent lawn replacement for shadier spots and remains
“Not the right zone but the idea is good of the planting beds and lawn areas.” — sdjonz
orlando comas, landscape architect.
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Hollywood Residence - 01
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Landscape architecture project by Miami based landscape architect Orlando Comas, member of American Society of Landscape Architects, licensed by State of Florida.
Swamp fern is Blechnum serrulatum. The one shown in this image is the commonly called in south Florida, Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botnical name is Nephrolepis biserrata (cultivar 'Macho') and it is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp Fern is a member of the Blechnaceae family.
The one shown in this image is the commonly called in south Florida, Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botanical name is Nephrolepis biserrata (cultivar 'Macho') and it is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp fern
Swamp fern is Blechnum serrulatum. The one shown in this image is the commonly called in south Florida, Macho Fern or Giant Sword Fern, the botnical name is Nephrolepis biserrata (cultivar 'Macho') and it is a member of the Polypodiaceae. Swamp Fern
“Ferns” — dcapsroon
The Watershed Company
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Steps down through grasses and strawberries
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Planting notes. Gardeners in warm regions (California and Florida, for instance) can plant now, but most bare-root crowns are available in early spring and can be planted as soon as the soil can be worked. When the weather allows, clear space for new plants and amend the soil with compost to boost pH
“gc” — steve43040
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
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Soho Beach House
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temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. I have successfully grown sea grape as a returning perennial at the edge of zone 8b and 9a in Jacksonville, Florida, by planting it in a protected location under a tree. You can find established bushes as far north in the state as St. Augustine.
“Boardwalk” — mchatterton
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