44,332 flowers and plants Landscape Design Photos

J. Peterson Garden Design
container plants
seeds and plant?I live in tn
This is an amazingly beautiful plant.
Gorgeous variety of flowering kale and its edible
Distinguishing traits. Although sometimes called flowering cabbage or flowering kale, these plants are grown for their striking foliage rather than flowers. They are edible as well, even though they are labeled
called flowering cabbage or flowering kale, these plants are grown for their striking foliage rather than flowers. They are edible as well, even though they are labeled "ornamental." Their popularity is due to the intense colors and textures, with the cabbages forming flower-like rosettes and the kale
“White Kale Ornamental and edible” — Silver Brook Landscape Design & Installation
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
I like the flowers lining the path.
Plant along path - Polygonum (Plygonum bistorta)
Plantings growing right up to the gravel edge
Note the layering of plants, from taller
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firs. Plants adore them! Note the layering of plants, from taller shrubs in the back to ground-covering perennials alongside the mulch path. At the forefront lies a floriferous Polygonum (Polygonum bistorta), hardy throughout the coldest areas of North America.
“Poligomun, hardy even in MN?” — Linda Stern
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management practices guide the homeowner’s efforts to rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds. Brilliant
name of flowers and plants, grasses too that are deer resistant for a New England slope
I have a large cliff from back deck to wood area. lots of deer. Sun and shade mix. What grasses, flowers, and shrubs would you suggest to give it the look of this picture?
of plants. I believe I recognize some lamb's ears, salvia (Caradona ?) but I am not sure about the others. Would you mind telling me what they are? Kind regards,
“Plants” — eskesq
Heidi's Lifestyle Gardens
1 Review
Front Yard Gardening
in the flower beds, hoping I can work this for my own yard! Thanks for the ideas, this is lovely.
variety of plants work on the east coast (NYC area)? Also, I recognize some varieties but not the dense greens (herbs, perhaps?) can you identify those for me ;)? Love, love, love this. Thanks!
and the flowers that align it, make it seem as though this house is deep in the middle of the woods. Would the flower planting company be able to lay the sidewalk? Or are those two different companies? bryanflake1984| http://www.whitehoskinscook.com
choice of plants. This type of garden does require a lot of maintenance. Perfect for those garden lovers. I love the yellow / blue combo. We use that in our annual planters.
“Walkway” — kathy6888
Josh and Malissa McCulloch
DIY Front Yard Makeover
annual flowers keep the flowerbed looking lush all summer and is an inexpensive way to add curb appeal (tip: install a drip line for the hanging baskets - much easier than hand watering!) The black adironack style front porch swing that we built serves as the perfect place to sip lemonade and enjoy the
what are the pink and violet hanged plants
What type of plant is up front as the ground cover? I like the variety of color.
layout and plants look like I could come close if I could figure out fountain,I already grow these plants in NC andddd have like rock.
path no plants, etc. Does that seem correct? My husband can pretty much do anything but I would like help deciding on a design, pattern etc. I have a few pictures posted that you could see of outside of house and what I am talking about. We are currently adding a portico with an Ipe deck. Would love any
“Outside flowers doable” — 1234carrie
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
mixture of plants by house, different textures
lavender plants repel garden pests like flies, snails and slugs
plant lavender en masse. space plants to give them room to grow. when clustered too tightly, it will grow leggy and reach for the sun. it is a slow-growing perennial.
Like plants around wall and stone
Plants especially the ones in the background
is a plant you don't want to cheat on space; when clustered too tightly, it will grow leggy and reach for the sun. It is a slow-growing perennial as well, so be patient and give those small bushes space.
“Lavender fuzzy,spiky foreground, what are the red flowers?” — pat1250
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
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trees/plants in the area. Any thoughts?
Like the mix if moss and flowers
What do you like about this photo? Plants between stone walkways
it has flowers. it is low
planted between stepping stones
Flowering ground cover between steps
flowers and plants. fountains
steps with flowers...With flowers...Pink flowers path...Downslope plants...plants on the steps...Path of flowers...flower steps...Steps with plants...mass plantings
“Groundcover” — thomasgessel
GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Echium candicans follows the stairs to the lower level
The plant name is: Echium Candicans
Adding to the plants to purchase list...
Pride of Madeira, blue flowers, fuzzy sage green leaves
large purple spike like flowers plant gets 5-6 ft and looks good all year. plant behind shorter plants
Flowers. Botanical name: Echium candicans (syn. Echium fastuosum) Common name: Pride of Madeira. Need full sun. Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer. I
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.
Pride of Madeira. Might be nice as a foundation planting in the front yard
“flowers” — Shannon Parker Haire
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