54,402 flowers and plants Landscape Design Photos

Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
Ideabooks9,471
Questions6
The front of my home gets little sun....only a short portion of the day as we have so many trees. Do these plants grwo well in partial sun....if not would you recommend plants/shrubs that do do well in partial sun? Thanks so much,
what are the red and white flowers in the foreground on the right?
too much symmetry in these plantings for my liking
repetition of plants in circular forms create rhythm
NO. Hate this sort of motif w/plant mounds dotted amidst mulch.
hardscaping may play a leading role, plant choice is still a major factor in a modern or contemporary landscape. Ideally, most should have an architectural character (think phormium or blue fescue) with foliage in shades of green or gray. Though colorful flowers and plants can be used in this style of landscaping
“Little yellow shrubs with tall grasses” — hfester
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Ideabooks29,847
Questions13
WHAT KIND OF FLOWERING VINE IS THIS AND WILL IT GROW IN KENTUCKY ?
Beautiful design, can you tell me the name of the plant and whether it can take shade. Thanks
This looks like bougainvillea. Lovely hardy plant. Grows beautifully in warm, hot climates.
Stone work and climbing pink flowers
The contrast between nature where we find the wood, rock &plants the lights at night would give us a romantic
“plants for back wall” — mjlads
UpShoot LLC
Persian Spire™ Ironwood
Ideabooks521
Questions0
wide Benefits and tolerances: Low maintenance Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Exceptional foliage Columnar growth Unusual flowers Planting notes: Enjoy young plants in containers and transplant them to the garden when they get a little larger. Persian
feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Low maintenance Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Exceptional foliageColumnar growthUnusual flowersPlanting notes: Enjoy young plants in containers and transplant them to the garden when they get a little larger.Persian
Benefits and tolerances: Low maintenance Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Spring or fall Distinguishing traits: Exceptional foliage Columnar growth Unusual flowers Planting notes: Enjoy young plants in containers and transplant them to the garden when they get a little larger
“Wonderful color” — pasolover
KenCairn Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Deer compatible phoenix oregon
Ideabooks1,093
Questions2
Beautiful - What plants are being used?
What are plant names?
Lavender and grass plantings; garden enclosure
Path and plant density
wire fence with soft plants
potted plants on wire fence
Gravel, edging, plantings
Plants to surround garden enclosure
pretty, rock path and plants
plants & path edging
Purple flowers...Garden flowers...Purple flowers ?...Plants combination...Like plants used...Front yard plants...pink flowers...purple flowers
“fence” — gardendreams2014
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks4,440
Questions3
can you share the name of the yellow flowers? thanks
what are the pink flowers in front of the black eyed susans
irregular planting swaths to evoke a deep, lavish border. Some of my favorite specimens appear, including Joe Pye Weed, black-eyed Susan, Russian sage and silver grass (Miscanthus sinensis).
Start With What You PlantObviously, the first thing you can do to attract butterflies is to plant flowering plants
climates have it even better; many of these plants will continue blooming into winter. Some of the plants listed below bloom only in fall. Others may begin their bloom season earlier in the year. And some of the annuals that are normally considered spring flowers will flourish in the cooler fall weather
“Blackened susans” — merrybshouse
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,732
Questions2
Could you please state the names of the plants used in this landscape.
beautiful, which one of these flowers would you recommend for a hillside with lots of sun?
The plants you see are: Arctotis 'Sunspot'- (gold daisy like flower), Convulvulus mauritanicus( cascading blue flowering plant) , Kniphofia 'Shining Spectre' ( gold torch like flowers), Lavendula multifida, Carex
Paw), Phormium 'Dark Delight' (dark purple flax in background) , lobelia laxiflora (rosy red flower in background), and Matilija poppy, just getting ready to bloom. Under the white rose is a white flowering bacopa and Salvia officinalis "Icterina' This is my interpretation of a modern seaside cottage
I want to learn how to do the raised flower beds!
“enjoy!” — mamak1
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Guest house
Ideabooks805
Questions1
These are Mediterranean plantings and the garden is in Marin County, California. Echium fastuosum, Phormium varieties, Lavandula stoechas are in this photo.
feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: Flowers attract bees, birds and butterflies; deer resistant; drought and coastal tolerant Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers spring through summer When to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer. Caution: Pride of Madeira can
without the massive terminal flower spikes, Pride of Madeira’s striking form and attractive foliage fill the garden and complement other plants year-round. Woody stems project elegantly, though loosely, out, finished with narrow furry leaves growing to the ends. Bountiful flower clusters arrive in spring
“Pride of Madeira beautiful” — 6320shar
Bret Achtenhagen's Seasonal Services
1 Review
Casual Craftsman
Ideabooks6,030
Questions1
Plantings for off patio, drifts of plants vs spread out?
Flowers and rocks as a border
Like the plants in the forefront
Lovely flower entrance!
I just love flower bed
Nice plants...Love the flowers...Plant chices...Great plantings...I LOVE flowers :)...Landscape flowers...Flower bed...love the flowers!!!...Flower arrangement...Purple flowers
“Rock stairs” — madelinaitalia
what kind of flowers or plant with the purple flower are they
are the plants with purple floweres invasive?
Very early spring flowering native plant - Prairie Smoke
This Monday's featured native plant is Prairie Smoke, Geum triflorum. One of the earliest blooming natives starting in April, it is a good substitute for...
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