47,082 plantings Landscape Design Photos

Golden Associates, Landscape Architects
Dry Creek
Ideabooks397
Questions1
What are the orange blooms that are scattered? (Also a Plant list would be awesome!)
Flagstones, dry creek bed and colorful plantings
A ring of California poppies brightens this dry-style planting bed between a flagstone terrace and a stone path. In a somewhat domesticated situation such as this, you'd probably want to tidy up the postbloom appearance; remove the drying-up plants after bloom.
“flagstones meeting dry stream” — janetsr
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Contemporary Wall
Ideabooks25,889
Questions4
walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape, and plant masses add their colorful statement to the canvas. Photo Michele Lee Willson
horizontally, alternate with sections of stucco to enclose and retain the side garden. This is a well-furnished room with benches for seating, pockets for plants and even a fireplace treatment. There's a graphic rhythm to this space that makes it enjoyable both to view and to spend time visiting in.
walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape, and plant masses add their colorful statement."What a creative solution that has elevated the once-ignored edge of a residential garden!More: 10 elements of an
“Landscape wall” — jwharton21
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Small City Garden
Ideabooks7,484
Questions6
The overall design for this city garden has a rhythmic movement, which comes from the composition of forms, the billowy sway of the plants in the breeze and light bouncing off the reflected surfaces. The garden is designed to engage the viewer as participant in a trans-formative place, even if the journey
what are these plants, the leafy one under the tree? Can we mix things that take different amounts of water in the same planting and on the same sprinker valve?
Plants and artwork should coexist compatibly, communicating the designer's intent. This alluring trio of gazing balls is thoughtfully placed, creating a
texture and colors of the gravel flooring — there's an eye-catching counterpoint between shiny and dull.Some gardeners are known to joke that while plants may be fleeting, artwork has permanence. That's a reassuring notion to keep in mind when choosing artful objects for your landscape.
“garden ornaments” — monicaking
Cory Spencer Partners
Meadow grasses
Ideabooks239
Questions0
Meadow lawn Sow wildflower seed Allow to grow naturally Plant full grown plants
Sow wildflower seeds directly. 3. Transplant full-grown plants. The first choice is the easiest; seeds are blown in or carried by birds and animals, but in urban areas it may be a slow process. Sowing and transplanting full-grown native plants can speed up the development of your meadow lawn. Most w
naturally. Sow wildflower seeds directly. Transplant full-grown plants. The first choice is the easiest; seeds are blown in or carried by birds and animals, but in urban areas it may be a slow process. Sowing and transplanting full-grown native plants can speed up the development of your meadow lawn.
naturally.Sow wildflower seeds directly.Transplant full-grown plants.The first choice is the easiest; seeds are blown in or carried by birds and animals, but in urban areas it may be a slow process. Sowing and transplanting full-grown native plants can speed up the development of your meadow lawn.Most wildflowers
“Wild natural look” — mjfrac
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Autumn/Halloween Decor
Ideabooks25,060
Questions1
plants not the style of landscape too traditional
I would love to go all out with fall planting if I only had a staff as well as thousands of dollars in my fall gardening budget. Darn it all! As much as I love fall plantings and decor, I often find myself at a nursery or a farmer's market feeling overwhelmed
“The colors” — brendalpetersen
Aloe Designs
14 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
Ideabooks19,605
Questions3
So you have to sit on the ground while grilling...meanwhile killing the plants around it with the heat...well thought out.
The areas for plants plus solid bottom and open top
Like the idea of levels to separate the plants. Could use stone instead
It has it all, the patio, grass and plants.
Most of the 15-by-40 space is dedicated to test planting for their company, Aloe Designs. The pair particularly likes to test different organic growing methods for edibles and try out exotic and sun-loving plants to see if they can make it through a season in rainy Vancouver.
“Love using the veggie boxes on the perimeter” — alexiarose88
Burpee
Zinnia Zahara Double Fire
Ideabooks558
Questions1
Plant annuals and perennials. Be careful with planting in August — many plants will not prefer to set down roots and establish in the kind of heat we typically get. I never plant trees, shrubs or very large landscape plants at this time of year, but there are some
perennials that you can plant if you take a little extra care of them. Try zinnias, blue daze, celosia, ornamental grasses and sedums. These plants love warm weather and will likely not protest too much if you plant them this time of year.
Grow from seed, cheaper than buying plants!
Good plant to start from seed. Zinnia
The Zinnia can be started from seeds prior to planting. Friendly to all zones these full sun flowers are a
herbs & annuals. Vegetables. Plant eggplant, peppers and tomatoes. Tomatoes are technically fruit of the tomato plant, but they are considered a vegetable for cooking purposes. Herbs. Basil, oregano, rosemary and thyme call all be planted this month. Rosemary needs adequate water to get established but
“Zinias” — Shelly Walker
Rick Schwarz
Moreland Residence
Ideabooks195
Questions2
I live in Scottsdale AZ I want to plant a Pygmy date palm, I lost a few plants this winter from frost. So i am starting over and would like some ideas on some frost hardy plants that would look good around this palm. Thank you Cindy
Hello Cindy, This is a great web site to help you "weed" through the multiple planting options for your particular scenario -- .... The desert plant material in this photo include Dalea pulchra, Lantana montevidensis, Agave weberi, Agave geminiflora, Agave vilmoriniana, and Aloe vera. I hope this helps
Like the way the slopes have been handled, the materials, the size and texture of the pebbles, the plant choices
“Red Cactus.” — pjmccraw
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