44,348 flowers and plants Landscape Design Photos

Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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names of plants in this arrangement?
Does anyone know what the lower trailing, greyish plant that goes to the ground is?
silver plant is Lotus maculatus (common name Lotus vine or Parrots Beak) It can have orange or red flowers. Here's a link for more info on the lotus vine http://www.portkellsnurseries.com/plantdb.php?id=1556 I hope this helps!
trailing plant could be an artemesia (perennial).
and tall flowers in the back. No problem dealing with coleus.
plants for back porch? make wall?
profusely flowering plants in the garden, but in order to keep them going for a long season, it's critical to remove spent flowers regularly. Just like with roses, by taking off the old blooms you send a signal to the plant that the season is not yet over. To deadhead, just trim each spent flower back to
“Planter combo” — coverlykathy
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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i would love to know the names of all of the plants you used here starting in the front and working back towards the molinia moorflame. they are beautiful! thank you
grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia 'Blue Ice' (between Carex & Allium, not flowering in image), Molinia 'Moorflame', Stachys 'Humello', (darker pink flowers barely visible within Molinia).
grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia 'Blue Ice' (between Carex & Allium, not flowering in image), Molinia 'Moorflame', Stachys 'Humello', (darker pink flowers barely visible within Molinia).
Replace lawns with larger, ornamental plants for more visual punch and biodiversity. Larger spaces can go lawn free with mixed plantings of perennials, shrubs, trees and grasses. This type of
“Grasses” — christinaanderson
MRA Landscape
Outdoor Rooms
Ideabooks1,385
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Daisy flowers. Prarie look.
Seasonal planting for berm
Plants to plant
Love all the perennial flowers
ferns and mountain flowers
pink flowers...purple flowers...white flowers...Flower design...cone flowers...all the flowers...Like flower...Love the plants.....Wild flowers...Plant selection
“Garden” — Katherine Slape
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Cottage garden
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old-fashioned flowers and exuberant textures complement the "English cottage" character of the house.
at is planted in front of the large brick wall ?
can you tell me what all is planted in the area of purple and blue flowers ? thanks !
what is planted around the tree?
Low growing blue plant is likely Lithodora, the taller plant is likely some sort of campanula
the hosta and fern garden with flowers
plants that go with brick like mine
blue flowers with the red brick
nice plantings under the big tree
mass of flowers in single tone, English garden-style landscaping
Low growing blue plant is likely Lithodora
Love the full flower bed around the home.
000 on plantings and $2,000 to $5,000 on irrigation.
“curved paths/flower beds” — akeith2002
a Blade of Grass
8 Reviews
Brookline Brownstone
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provide flower cutting opportunities and color to offset the green wall.
What type if flowers were used in the flower beds? Are those purple ball type flowers butterfly bushes? I love the color contrast that was used.
the pink flowers are Knockout Roses - pink and blush, and the purple spikes are Nepeta racemosa 'Walker's Low' (catmint). Thank you for the complement as well.
designed and planted courtyard garden. The muted blue of the squares of catmint (Nepeta x faassenii) are brought to life with the overplanting of deep pink roses and Allium hollandicum ‘Purple Sensation’, but the touch of yellow in the furniture really completes the picture.
“松树” — alina li
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
26 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
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Hello! What a beautiful garden. Can you please tell me what type of flower is on the right? The one with the purplish flowers. Is that a hydrangea? Thank you so much!
What plants did you use? Thanks soooo much.
Hello imahunch, no, the Red Twig Dogwood are small shrubs, the Japanese Maple is the tree - largest item in the this planting bed.
Example of flower beds I don't like.
grass and flower bed. Clean lines
“backyard ideas” — molliemartian
Timothy Lee landscape design
13 Reviews
entry garden
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2003 Perennial plant of the year: Leucanthemum 'Becky'
longer flowering season than most Shasta. 'Becky' is an excellent choice for the border, mass-planted or even in a 'naturalized' setting. It makes a great cut flower and is also loved by butterflies and hummingbirds. Plant it with Russian Sage (Pervoskia atriplicifolia) and Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue'
Perennial Plant of the Year Leucanthemum 'Becky' Shasta Daisies have been a garden favourite for well over 100 years. The first hybrid was created by Luther Burbank in 1890. He named the plant 'Shasta Daisy' because the clean, white petals reminded him of the snow on Mount Shasta in California. 'Becky'
extended flowering season. It grows about 40" tall and just about as wide. Hardy Zn 4 - 9.
“Sea of white flowers” — bpaskar
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
lavender
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kind of plants are these and how wide and big do they grow? thank you
desired plants. For crushed rock areas, if you install 3" thick and compact, you usually have very few weeds.
Would be more striking if you plant them closer together and pair them with something else, like river rock. Looks too uniform.
Plants to border fence in back
plants/Those are Lavender - probably Grosso or Provence, with Penstemon behind the wall. lavendar
the plants and stone wall. very Austin.
How the plants have softened the wall.
fence, plant en masse, leaving room between for the shrubby flowers to grow. You'll have to deal with clumps of lavender for a few years until they fill out and create the mass you are looking for.
“plants” — icabromley
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