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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,287
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!
“Tiers, red hot poker” — cheryldrost
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks12,399
Questions5
What is the yellow flower that you planted?
What is planted inbetween the pavers??
What are the orange tall stemmed flowers?
Love this, wild flowers, unkempt look
seeing this idea a lot...large stone flooring with moss type plant in between
mixed planting (yellow yarrow, kniphofia-red hot poker, dwarf olive bushes?)
it out on graph paper, create plant lists, remove perennial weeds before tilling the new bed, and add compost or fertilizer to enrich your soil. Step outside the expected and mix up your edible plants like herbs and vegetables, along with your ornamental plants and flowers.
good to me — no matter what material is used. Plant these spaces to create an experience of place. Consider your site first, ask what the site wants and find plants that will work best for your garden. This photo shows a fairly simple palette of robust plants: Red-Hot Poker (Kniphofia sp), yarrow (Achellea
“green” — kayliesatterfield
Healy Design Inc.
8 Reviews
Change throught the Years
Ideabooks1,142
Questions0
Pretty combination of plants and colors
Colorful planting on slope--would be more maintenance.
Love the flowers..for the slope in the backyard and the area
with the right plants, that gray wall would just disappear entirely, without need of stone
I like the plant with the big white flowers.
Cut flowers all mixed in with
“Fence trellis” — kckottkamp
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
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Ideabooks7,513
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that I would like to do something with other than grind it down. I am worried about using chemicals to kill it because it could damage other trees/plants in the area. Any thoughts?
i like the space filler ground cover... is it thyme? like the flowering aspect.
What do you like about this photo? Plants between stone walkways
it has flowers. it is low
Love the stones and flower path coming down the hill
“creeping thyme to soften stones near back patio?” — reneemassaua
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
Ideabooks26,127
Questions10
is the blue/purple spikey plant in the picture. Does this grow on the olympic Pensinsula of Washington???
what are the pink plants called? thanks.
What are the white flowers on the ground called?
HI -- The purple flowers look like "Salvia"
Planted by owner, not by us, could be as noted above...or a Salvia...
The plants that line the patio
Stone wall, combination of plants and shrubs
I really like the texture of these plants, tall and wispy,
Plant low-growing speedwells as a living-mulch ground cover in a shrub border or flowing between boulders in a rock garden.Planting notes. Speedwell is easily grown in average garden soil that is well drained.Shown: Dark blue spike speedwell (Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'), blue star creeper, tall
“Simple soft” — kaylt
Suzman Design Associates
8 Reviews
Coastside Retreat
Ideabooks1,639
Questions1
What are the little pink flowers up the front please? Gorgeous garden!
The plant is called Armeria maritima, common name is Sea Thrift
Sea drift the pink flowering plant
Thinking about using stones as well as plants.
Plants on edge of walkway with Dymondia
Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) is a lovely salt-tolerant plant.
Sea thrift drought & sea plant
Sea thrift is the pink Pom Pom type of plant seen here
Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) is a lovely salt-tolerant plant for coastal North America. It grows in USDA zones 4 to 8 and is very drought tolerant too.
“Walking path” — Jess Prusinski-Murry
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks10,366
Questions7
crafted stone staircase provides casual passage to a gently sloping lawn knoll carved from the existing hillside. Lush perennial borders and native plant stands create edges and thresholds, and a crisp palette of traditional and contemporary materials merge––building upon the surrounding topography and
What are the beautiful plants/flowers in this photo?
what are those beautiful white feathery flowers?
The white flowers are Astilbe 'Bridal Veil'... It's a fantastic plant--tough as nails!
The white flowers look like Astilbe, but it is a little difficult to tell.
Lush with flowering plants and a cool rock path.
Maybe just green plants are better than trying to grow flowers
Chip and seal gravel path. Border plants.
“White flowers” — thwingl
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks12,176
Questions5
The remainder of the front yard is organized by soft lawn spaces and large Birch trees. The entrance to the home is accentuated by masses of annual flowers that frame the bluestone steps. On the lake side of the home a secluded, private patio offers refuge from the more publicly viewed backyard. This
red flower used? I am wondering if it is an annual or perennial? Thanks!
What is the name of the red flower used? I am wondering if it is an annual or perennial? Thanks!
Looks like it could be a bush as well. I'm in zone 10 and looking for a white flowering bush that isn't poisonous to the animals.
'Limelight', but the flower heads look too round for that.
I think that sometimes just 1 color of flowers is so much more
“bricks and pavers combo.. maybe cement and bricks” — demilune
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