38,695 plantings Landscape Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks7,498
Questions6
and the plant material is Dymondia.
Judging from the plants growing between the pavers, as well as this designer's natural style, I would say these are natural stone pavers. :)
you're not planting something that's going to end up growing super high, so it doesn't cover the pavers," says Drew Sivgall, founder of Southern-California based AMS Landscape Design Studios. "Make sure whatever you use won't grow above four inches, or it's easy to mow down or trim." Next: 6 options to consider
“Not necessarily the fountain but I like this idea for the little area in back where the pool equipme” — Melissa Young
Desert Foothills Gardens
2 Reviews
Cave Creek
Ideabooks170
Questions0
textures in plants. All low maintenance and water usage. Desert look at it's finest. Pascale Sucato
Amazing Dr. Seuss tree but too few plants and too much gravel.
plant material and pebble/gravel mulch
native plants...prickly plants...tolerant plants
“cactus” — ibusch
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
Ideabooks4,952
Questions6
bright plantings punctuate the landscape. Native moss joints create a soft, porous carpet between antique cobblestones. A salvaged Maine granite pier rises from the earth to form the pedestal of a table—the centerpiece of the garden. Interior and exterior spaces blend to expand urban living.
call the plants on the wall? Thanks
What is the Plant growing in between the stones on the floor?
types of plants in the planters are called "Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple' and Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'
“Drive way renovation” — ddeschryver
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Ideabooks30,396
Questions10
are the plants in the elevated planter?
Where can I find solar powered lighting like the ones illuminating the plants?
fine to plant anywhere and does not become invasive like other creeping varieties.
I believe those plants are bamboo
bamboo plants , lighting
backlit plants...Bamboo planting...Lights and plant
“Cool” — Zak Richards
Superior Lawn and Landscape
1 Review
Making something out of Nothing
Ideabooks11,064
Questions3
s the plant with green leaves and white lining?
around the planting area no closer than 1 foot to the plants and that will stop them cold!
They are Hostas. Don't plant if you have slugs or snails.
stas.(plant white lining)
Rocks + plants + paths
Plants and rocks
“Hostas.(plant white lining)” — tmize7777
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Sophisticated Surrounding
Ideabooks168K
Questions27
Hi! Could you please identify the low lying green plants to the left/and to the right (in front of the small stone retaining wall that houses the purple blooming geraniums).......that almost looks like untrimmed grass? Thanks in advance. BEAUTIFUL!!!!
dirt, plant lantana or other flowering plants on top of wall, use crushed rock around flower beds over drain able fabric to keep weeds down.
“Back Yard” — cjiral
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks265
Questions0
We should have socal desert plants in our yard - sage, cactus, etc. I like this vibe.
Defined planting areas
Low planting to preserve views
billowing plants over gravel walks.
Formal layout and low plants
e the plants are showcased in this garden, the gridded system of gravel paths anchors it.
mass plantings...planting beds
“Wetland/ Boardwalks” — EVstudio
Andrew Whyte Landscape Design
Glen Iris_01
Ideabooks4,594
Questions4
walls; plant; features; etc. The water feature comes from Water Features Direct and they can cost you for this which is around the $2000 area.
like the similarity to my planting wall
Coral Bark Japanese Maple, a Winter Standout Photo 4 of 5 Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy
Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy to USDA zone 5 and above. Grow them against a fence to protect them from wind or near a house on a south-facing wall if your winters are long and cold. Provide well-drained soil and lots of water
Planting notes. Gardeners in cold climates will want to think about placement, as the trees are hardy to USDA zone 5 and above. Grow them against a fence to protect them from wind or near a house on a south-facing wall if your winters are long and cold. Provide well-drained soil and lots of water as
“Small, against fence or wall - creates a rushing water sound” — Rick Poppell
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