245 petal .01 Landscape Design Photos

Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Halsey Farm Lane Southampton Village New York
Ideabooks1,732
Questions2
Pointed petals, almost spiky in appearance Waterlily: Slightly curved petals that have a waterlily appearance Single: A single disc with a ring of petals surrounding it Anemone: Petals that look like dense, enlongated tubes Pompon and ball: Perfect spheres made from inwardly curling petals; the balls
balls have a spiral arrangement to their petals Collerette: Large petals that form an outer circle around a central disc, with a circle of much smaller petals in the center Decorative: Broad petals with no central disc Miscellaneous: Blooms that resemble orchids and peonies
semicactus: Pointed petals, almost spiky in appearanceWaterlily: Slightly curved petals that have a waterlily appearanceSingle: A single disc with a ring of petals surrounding itAnemone: Petals that look like dense, enlongated tubesPompon and ball: Perfect spheres made from inwardly curling petals; the balls
“Roses” — ruvimo
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks3,854
Questions3
the better. And in general the less complicated the flower, the better. For example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll ignore the bloom. The "simpler" flowers — like purple or yellow coneflower, black-eyed
flowers often have the flavor butterflies prefer and have evolved with, unlike many cultivars, which have been bred in favor of a certain growth habit or petal color.
the better. And in general the less complicated the flower, the better. For example, new cultivars of coneflower that have double layers of frothy petals confuse butterflies and other pollinating insects, so they'll ignore the bloom. The "simpler" flowers — like purple or yellow coneflower, black-eyed
“Flowerd” — rhouse14
Petals and Paths Garden & Landscape Design
Chevy Chase Estate
Ideabooks275
Questions1
Petals and Paths Garden & Landscape
Petals and Paths
“Love the climbing rose” — jaskeland
Leger Wanaselja Architecture
Tomales Retreat
Ideabooks110
Questions0
statements, that it is producing 105 percent of the energy it needs, this petal can be accomplished in any number of ways. Homeowners can install photovoltaic systems, solar thermal collectors or geothermal heat pumps. This petal is also a great opportunity for neighborhoods to team up, and through ef
EnergyThe energy petal is deceptively simple: The project must rely on current solar income (that is, renewable energy) for 100 percent of the project’s energy needs. In fact, with the release of the Living Building Challenge 3.0, projects actually have to produce more energy than they consume.As long
“Strecha domu” — František Korečko
Gardens by Monit, llc
20 Reviews
April escape
Ideabooks137
Questions1
flower petals
“Idea for one of the side gardens” — rpflugrath
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks5,195
Questions3
Definitely scaevola.This is easy to see with the petals on one side like a hand. This is where the name came from.
“Color” — vms2day
Peter Dorne Architects
General Photos
Ideabooks3,412
Questions2
Just a friendly warning: crepe myrtles drop their leaves, their flower petals, and shed their bark. They're pretty, but they make a mess!
“Side gate” — jyotimotha
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks4,593
Questions3
Love these colors and unique petals. Red is Gallardias and the Purple is Ornamental Oregano
“Blanket flower” — kooldog
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