44,065 water lighting Landscape Design Photos

Genevieve Schmidt
Geranium 'Rozanne'
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Geranium x 'Rozanne' Common name: Rozanne cranesbill USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Average, although in my moisture-retentive soil, it can easily go a full week or more without watering. Light requirement: Full sun to partial sun Mature size: 1 foot to 1 1/4 feet tall and 3 feet
Geranium x 'Rozanne'Common name: Rozanne cranesbillUSDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Average, although in my moisture-retentive soil, it can easily go a full week or more without watering.Light requirement: Full sun to partial sunMature size: 1 foot to 1 1/4 feet tall and 3 feet
m (a good ground cover choice) and ‘Johnson’s Blue’.Common names: Hardy geranium, cranesbillBotanical name: GeraniumUSDA zones: 3 to 9Water requirement: RegularLight requirement: Full sun to filtered shadeMature size: 1 foot to 2 feetGrowing tips: True geraniums prefer cooler summers, filtered shade
“Hardy True Geranium Familiar geraniums, which are really pelargoniums, may have stolen the name and” — char8945
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
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the variety of low water plants (color/height/etc)-also steps (near east side of house-audrey's room?)
, zones 7b to 10) has jet-black leaves and burning-red flowers.USDA zones: 7 to 11Water and soil requirements: Cannas perform best with rich, well-drained soil and regular watering. Many tolerate standing water.Light requirement: Partial to full sunMature size: Available in many heights, from 1 to 10
“This is gardening on a larger scale that takes planning and maintenance, certainly, but proper plant” — vrkartchner
Gardens by Gabriel
7 Reviews
Elegant Echeveria
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My kind of garden! Low water and very pretty
Botanical name: Echeveria spp Common names: Echeveria, hens-and-chicks Where it will grow: Hardy to around 32 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 8 to 11; find your zone) Water requirement: Looks best with moderate water Light requirement: Full sun, but
Echeveria, hens-and-chicks Where it will grow: Hardy to around 32 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 8 to 11; find your zone) Water requirement: Looks best with moderate water Light requirement: Full sun, but shelter it from harsh summer sun Mature size: Varies with species Benefits and tolerances: Drought
names: Echeveria, hens-and-chicksWhere it will grow: Hardy to around 32 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 8 to 11; find your zone)Water requirement: Looks best with moderate waterLight requirement: Full sun, but shelter it from harsh summer sunMature size: Varies with speciesBenefits and tolerances: Drought
“Garden in Mexico” — Cynthia Seitz
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The Watershed Company
7 Reviews
Water feature at night
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Water feature at night
Exteria water feature
lights behind the waterfall
Gabions and lighting
Water, the walls/ fence
Awesome Water Feature
corten, concrete, gabions, water
This water idea is great.
lighting in the water
water feature and planters
water feature...Water feature...Nice lights...Great water feature...Entry water feature...Water flow...water flowin...Light fountain...Gaboon water fall
“Cage de roches” — mrtinosp
Monrovia
Golden Variegated Sweet Flag
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Wynja Golden Variegated Sweet Flag / Acorus gramineus 'Ogon' Excellent for brightening the edges of ponds or water gardens. Rich golden yellow blades provide colorful accents, even in lightly shaded areas. Slowly naturalizes by spreading roots. Crushed foliage emits a delightful scent. Evergreen
use of flags along water area
Botanical name: Acorus gramineus 'Ogon' Common name: Golden variegated sweet flag USDA zones: 5 to 9 Water requirement: Moisture retentive or wet soil, or even shallow water Light requirement: Partial or full shade Mature size: 1 foot
Golden variegated sweet flag USDA zones: 5 to 9 Water requirement: Moisture retentive or wet soil, or even shallow water Light requirement: Partial or
“Rast.za senco” — nadjaze
Grant and Power Landscaping
4 Reviews
Lisle Residence
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Submerged lighting can create a warm glow and help draw attention to water features. Photo By Linda Oyama Bryan
really like lighting incorporated into nature. It's really cool looking, almost magical to me. I saw a house that had a small wooded area behind it. They installed small lights that lit a path to a lounge area for nighttime fires. http://www.coastalirrigationplumbing.com/landscape-lighting/
How the lighting has been done?
did you provide lighting at the site? Wireless LEDs?
lighting in the water feature---can we do this with ours?
defined by lights, leading garden visitors through the space and providing interest that can be enjoyed both outdoors and from indoors. Lighting can also be effectively incorporated into water features to add movement (and to keep people from stepping into the pond!).More: Landscape Design: A Secret
“Gorgeous outdoor (even underwater) lighting.” — kamccann
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Randy Thueme Design Inc.
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Water jets in a pool. Air bubbles are removed from the water before it's released and light follows the water stream.
the water before it's sent aloft. Light follows the water stream for a glam effect.
the water so the light moves with the water
Try these tricked-out water jets in a pond or pool. Air bubbles are removed from the water before it's sent aloft. Light follows the water stream for a glam effect.
Yes I love movement with light
Try these tricked-out water jets in a pond or pool. Air bubbles are removed from the water before it's sent aloft. Light follows the water stream for a glam effect.
“laminar flow fountain” — mindbreaker
JMSDesignAssociates
5 Reviews
Encino
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‘Larkman Hazel’) Many lavenders have a light blue-purple tint, but this variety, with its reddish-purple cast, will stand out in a perennial bed. Where it will grow: Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 7 to 9) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size:
good low hedge. Though it can be short lived, it is still the best of the low-growing aromatic shrubs.USDA zones: 6 to 9Water requirement: Low; benefits from additional wateringLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 18 to 36 inches tallPlanting tips: Prefers well-drained soil in full sun; if grown in
side, to 2 feet; good for potsBotanical name: Lavandula sppUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (some species less hardy). Not good in hot, humid climates.Water requirement: Light Light requirement: Full sunMature size: 2 to 3 feet tall and wide, and biggerGrowing tips: Make sure the soil drains well. Control the size
“lavender border” — Katie Burns
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