50,146 flowers and plants Landscape Design Photos

Proven Winners
'Wild Romance' Hebe
Ideabooks406
Questions0
Year-round in milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage Summer flowers Evergreen Planting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired. Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring. Plant it in well-drained soil and provide good
interest: Year-round in milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliageSummer flowersEvergreenPlanting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired.Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring.Plant it in well-drained soil and provide good
milder climates When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage Summer flowers Evergreen Planting notes: No pruning is necessary, but it may be trimmed after flowering if desired. Feed it a balanced fertilizer in spring. Plant it in well-drained soil
“Wild Romance Hebe (Hebe ‘Wild Romance’) With bright green variegated foliage that turns to rich” — martablase
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks6,697
Questions4
What are those purple flowers called?
cheap plants, but lots of them!
flowers Brown Eye Susan's, Cone flowers
Cone flowers, black eyed Susan and
flowers and ornamental grass
Staggered heights of flowers
Flower colors and height
Grass mixed with flowering plants
Colourful plant display.
Flowers to coloring landscape
Layered levels of flowers
Purple flowers and green shoots
Purple flowers...charlis flower...All the plants...Flower combo...Flower diversity...Planting bed....Flowers 2...Plant palette...Flowers layout...Flower bed...Flowers and height...Plant combo...mix of flowers...Wild flowers...love the flowers
“The color and texture differences.” — joeybenson6
Stout Design-Build
Playa Del Rey, CA Residence
Ideabooks1,995
Questions3
Drought tolerant / native plant material
Wondering what is the red plant on the left bottom corner of the picture? It looks gorgeous! Thank you!
What's the name of the plant with the pink flowers?
pink flowers are Calandrinia spectabilis, a succulent
Pink flowers and spikey varigated plant
I like the red spiky plant
The flower succulent with pink flowers.
“Love all the color” — marycgoebel
Troy Rhone Garden Design
15 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Garden teak table and chairs
Ideabooks6,802
Questions4
can you tell me the name of these orange flowers
The perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio adds texture and
The perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio
Accessorise with rustic garden furniture and raised flower beds, and voile! The perfect low-key garden just in time for summer.
The perfect setting for coffee or a casual bite, this teak bistro table for two is surrounded by raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea
“Pea gravel for seating area” — eltm
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Colorful Pots
Ideabooks44,165
Questions4
Everything is so pretty. Do you mind sharing what type of flowers are in the containers?
size of the plant is dependent on the variety of hydrangea you select. There are dwarf varieties (e.g., Cityline Rio Hydrangea) that only get 3', while others can grow to 10' tall and wide. The size of pot required is dependent on the variety of hydrangea you select. The larger the plant, the larger
the floor and teh contrast with the flowers/plants
great way to keep the plants but avoid the grass cutting and trimming.
Love the flower pots and the colorful flowers.
2. To break up an expanse of colourA collection of flowering plants in pots would look fabulous anywhere, but when they add a welcome splash of colour to a vast deck or patio, they are even more appealing. Stick to one colour (even white works a treat), or mix and match hues for an over-the-top pop of
“flower full home” — jloi2g
Proven Winners
Creme Fraiche
Ideabooks700
Questions0
When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliage White flowers in spring Planting notes: Plant in groups for sparkle in the landscape or as a filler in large containers. It does best in moisture-r
When to plant: Spring or fall
Great plant for the green and white garden
Love the verigated leaves and the dainty flowers.
Pretty white flowers for up in
Creme Fraiche Deutzia (Deutzia graciis ‘Creme Fraiche’) zones 5-8 full sun, 1-2 feet tall and wide, white flowers in spring
tall and wide Benefits and tolerances: Deer resistant Seasonal interest: Spring to fall When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Variegated foliageWhite flowers in springPlanting notes: Plant in groups for sparkle in the landscape or as a filler in large containers.It does best in moist
“nice greens & white flowers” — barbandgary
CARL BALTON & ASSOCIATES
13 Reviews
Pride of Madeira
Ideabooks9,356
Questions8
Do you suppose in West Virginia, I could plant Pride of Madeira as an annual, and save seeds?
What are the plant varities shown? Thanks!
how do you plant the bougainvillea to grow on the top of the structure shown?
bougainvillea is native to South America, i think? so a desert environment would be ideal for it to grow. i dont know about the other plant but it is spectacular!!:)
Gorgeous plant and color of the building
Climbing flowering plant mixed with a bushier plant up front.
These match the white pointy flowers - could go down path towards house
like the plant color combination and the size the pride of madeira brings
we should get some of these plants. How hot can they take?
Love the deep, rich color of the flowers!
“Just like the arbor” — ltriesch
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
Ideabooks1,437
Questions1
Statue and sense of freedom in the garden planting
Let the garden be free. You’ve created a wildlife habitat, so let the plants and the wildlife be who they are. I have to admit I fought with my fair share
eating plants I didn’t want them to destroy. Perhaps the plant diversity is teasing them to another food source, or perhaps predators are in play; either way, the point is to have patience and give the garden time to shake out and grow up.
assorted plants & sculpture, click on pic for plant list
AT A GLANCEYou’ll love it if… You prefer relaxed, informal gardens with gentle sweeps of grasses, flowers and other plants. You’ll also like a seasonal look with seed heads and spent flowers left on plants during the winter so their seed is either spread naturally through the garden or to provide food
“Nice garden sculpture” — gayhenderson
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