48,992 plantings Landscape Design Photos

Todd Haiman Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Blue Bench
Ideabooks1,812
Questions0
Wildflower planting ( unmown), dappled shade
around the circle. Then in each corner of the yard around the circle I planted natives. It combines a usable formal small lawn with the informality of
naturally but controlled by irregular mowing and the removal of any unwanted plants. Meadow lawns can give gardeners all the benefits of the larger wildflower
Add a gentle contrastThe lush planting of this wild garden is very gently punctuated by a blue painted bench in
“Love the bench tucked away and the zing of the blue” — Roslyn Lockhart
Green Goddess Gardens, Inc.
drought tolerant pathway
Ideabooks311
Questions0
lawnGrass requires plenty of water and feeding to do well. Instead, try mass planting shrubs such as the drought-tolerant euphorbia and lavender above. This
drought tolerate plants...plants to soften pathway
“drought tolerant. dg path.” — pboileau
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
van Adelsberg / Grant Residence
Ideabooks80,800
Questions10
horizontal fence pebbles around plants straight lines side yard idea
not give it another look? Perhaps you could clean it up and add climbing plants or dwarf trees to provide a prettier view from inside the house. Or, if
I like the plant and grass idea...The way the trees are planted!
“rocks at tree base with edging” — Jody Assmus
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
3 Reviews
MM2.JPG
Ideabooks240
Questions0
winter the gray seed heads look like little poms. When to plant: Spring to fall
pretty, can plant anytime , adapt to dry , spreading clump t several ft
late summer. In winter the gray seed heads look like little poms.When to plant: Spring to fall
poms. When to plant: Spring to fall...new plant for all year...Mountain Mint Plant...nice plant for front yard...will use this plant...drought resistence plant
“bought @ digging dog?” — irka
Hortus Oasis
15 Reviews
Cocoa Beach Courtyard Garden
Ideabooks610
Questions1
orange-yellow blooms from spring until fall When to plant: Fall and spring
climbing plants--deck? front entryway? in a pot?
crossvine plants bloom from spring to fall and stay green in winter (?)
blooms from spring until fall When to plant: Fall and spring
winter structure and orange-yellow blooms from spring until fallWhen to plant: Fall and spring
“Evergreen vine” — kbreeves
Le jardinet
High performance, low maintenance annuals
Ideabooks651
Questions1
finish my planting. No deadheading necessary.
being heckled by these feisty little birds while I’m trying to finish my planting.No deadheading is needed to keep this beauty blooming. Just be careful
Container plants...plants - containers...Great plant...container plant...plants for pots...Pot plant
“bonfire begonia (begonia boliviensis)” — lashee
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
Ideabooks308
Questions0
potted plant...container plant...potted plant...plantings for deck pots?
“Container” — lynndibari
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Modern Revival
Ideabooks591
Questions0
I like the plant on the front in the right corner
pots c plants...container plant...ice plant...potted plant
“slim doors” — rgparra
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