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Schwartz and Associates Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Planting Details
Ideabooks11,840
Questions4
Hello! How did you get those plants to grow in between the planter wall?
Echeveria. The tall blooming plants are Cotyledon orbiculata rubromarginata. And the large plant is Agave attenuata. The palm plant in the background is Chamaerops
Are the succulents planted in soil and do they multiply?
Thanks for your interest! The plants in the wall are hens and chicks: Echeveria
Hi, I love the plants Would like to know what is called and can I find it in the uk Joy
the tall snake ean or asparagus like looking plants please
nice succulents on wall. Nice drought resistant plantings
Love the rock & plant wall for a fairy garden !
many of them. Be sure to pay attention to the cold hardiness on nursery plant tags, as some of the more commonly sold succulents are not suitable for colder
What is the large plant in the middle!
“Succulents on wall” — bapoo
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
Ideabooks3,540
Questions3
what kind of plants are these and how wide and big do they grow? thank you
Unless you plan to never plant anything in the bed, the weed block fabric will make it difficult to change out seasonal plantings later.
Would be more striking if you plant them closer together and pair them with something else, like river rock.
Spring to summerWhen to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
Add a layer of mulch around new plants. Mulch adds an extra
Massing LavenderFor a mass of lavender against a stone wall or fence, plant en masse, leaving room between for the shrubby flowers to grow. You'll have
extra layer of protection for plants — especially new ones. A 2- to 4-inch layer of mulch will help retain soil moisture, keep the soil cool in summer and
Plants to border fence in back...the plants and stone wall. very Austin.
“plant ideas” — sanpk
Exteriorscapes llc
5 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks4,035
Questions2
I love the look of these metal planter boxes with the plants! You usually see wooden planter boxes. This gives the yard a more modern look and they seem
Plants, colour and contrast, what are they?
leach into the soil and poison plants). Raised beds can be used for optimal vegetable gardening, for dryness-loving plants or simply to create architectural
“Like these plants very much” — plotkinhome
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
Provençal Garden
Ideabooks1,705
Questions1
vines such as creeping jenny and bougainvillaea may be planted within rock crevices
to do your research before planting them. More great vines
Vines. Vines may be planted within rock crevices in wall
invasive in certain areas, so be sure to do your research before planting them.
cool ancient look. Probably the winner but would use less plants
Vines may be planted within rock crevices in wall facades or along the top and allowed
Vines. Vines may be planted within rock crevices in wall facades or along the top and allowed to cascade
can be invasive in certain areas, so be sure to do your research before planting them.More great vines
What is the trailing plant on the wall?...Vines. Vines may be planted within rock
“L'avalanche de végétation” — Ariane Alibert
Modus Custom Residences
British West Indies
Ideabooks9,186
Questions4
what is the tall oval shaped plant? I'd love to know for my yard! Thanks!
That spikey red plant is so pretty. Would you please tell me the name?
the left? it may be a row of prickly pear? which is a horrible invasive plant in Australia.
Beautiful red TI plants !! Just returned from
good tall plants...tropical plants
“Palms” — hoser215
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks22,995
Questions5
the plant with red on edges of leafs what is it called
What is the name of the blue short plant on the very back?
Can you give a brief list of all the plants that were used
The plant is Kalanchoe Luciae :: Common Name = FlapJack Plant
different colors and textures of plantings.
a carpet beneath bold-shaped, red-tinged Kalanchoe, also known as paddle plant. I'm not certain which cultivar the designer used, but one that's similar
Nice blend of low water plants
“xeriscape” — Heidi Zagori
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks8,505
Questions7
Could you tell me what the spikey looking alovera plant is? And also the name og the plant in the middle with the red
I planted these in the front of my San Diego house. They were doing well for a while, and then many started getting
The plant with the red flowers originates from Western Australia, its called a 'Kangaroo Paw'.
what are the names of all plants use for this design? Very beautiful design.
numbers. Also planting but use spider lilies for tall plant
Simple, clear design in green highlighted by certain plants
these plants in San Francisco area
“retaining wall & steps” — thenext20
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
6 Reviews
Residential home
Ideabooks5,463
Questions2
What type of plant is the one to the right of the photo?
On the tall plant to the right in the photo with the bushy blonde
invasive. They are threatening our natural areas in MD. I'd advise against planting these.
advise against planting these.” “Using plantings as building blocks doesn’t mean you are restricted to” “stockade. Try some soft plantings near the street
Using plantings as building blocks doesn’t mean you are restricted to evergreen ground covers or clump-forming grasses. Here we see a planting that is
"Hello, neighbor!" and not that you've built a stockade. Try some soft plantings near the street or sidewalk, and aim to have the overall height of these
“Gardern” — kasugairika
Need help with 7' planter box in a stairway/living room, no plantS pls
It is Solid oak in a contemporary home. I don't want plants of any kind. But what else can I do with it? If I take it out I will have a 3.5 foot half wall...
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