4,080 vine support Landscape Design Photos

Le jardinet
Mediterranean style
Ideabooks87
Questions1
same artists sits to the side of the main terrace, this time tucked into a vine-smothered wall that had me seek out the source of the softly dripping water
hidden fountain in vine smothered wall sends sound of water softly dripping
same artists sits to the side of the main terrace, this time tucked into a vine-smothered wall that had me seek out the source of the softly dripping water
“soft water fountain” — ldanaher
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Moss garden
Ideabooks220
Questions0
in Benner's garden. Moist, decomposing wood provides the perfect pH to support moss.
in Benner's garden. Moist, decomposing wood provides the perfect pH to support moss.
“You can also grow moss on rotting wood, as on this tree stump in Benner's garden. Moist, decomposing” — margielynnj
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes May
Ideabooks292
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2 feet tall. It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree. Shown: Solomon’s
2 feet tall. It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree.
2 feet tall. It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree. Shown: Solomon’s
2 feet tall. It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree
2 feet tall. It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree. Shown: Solomon’s
“Solomon's plume” — scranran
Hábitas
Hábitas
Ideabooks1
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trailing vine
Serge van der Voo Landscapes LLC
Glacier Hills Retirement Community
Ideabooks13
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Pictured here is the vertical planting wall planted with sweet potato vine, petunias, and begonias by the residents.
Emailed to ask how it is made. No supports?
“Emailed to ask how it is made. No supports?” — Tyson Zevenbergen
kim E. rooney
1 Review
lake forest
Ideabooks129
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Build pergola around back yard gate to support flowering vine/wisteria
“Arch and gate” — mccamp
Design Farm Group
13 Reviews
New York Dutch Colonial Restoration
Ideabooks6
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Pergola to support grape vines on raised stone bed, New City New York Meeka Van der Wal
“large perogala with trellis” — hiromom
Earth Design, Inc.
11 Reviews
Woodwork
Ideabooks3
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helps to give definition to the end of the open lawn area. It supports a muscadine grape vine and is a backdrop for the perennial bed.
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