6,130 aussie plants Mediterranean Home Design Photos

LA Dwelling
17 Reviews
Fountain/Succulent Garden
neat way to get plants into backyard if poolscape uses up too much of what
Fountain plant...Planted garden fountain...Bird bath with plants...Fountain with plants fun idea...Using a fountain for plants...fountain planter succudaneous plants
“Fountain plant” — donnaculver
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
love the planter coming out from the steps...what are those plants too?
Tall plantings...the plant on the right...Water plant
“lights” — carriebretz
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Plant Combinations - Northern California Gardens
Plant Combinations - Northern California Gardens
Like the lime green plant foliage
Plant combination...intriguing combination of plants and...Plant colors....Layered plants
“Loropetalum and coleonema” — romanovae
Architectural Design & Restoration, Inc.
6 Reviews
Custom Home
dirt in between doors to plant trees/plants
Garage doors, plants
“Love the handles on the doors!!!” — Obie & Zoey Wiggins
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden in San Anselmo, CA
decomposed granite (DG) and flagstone. The plantings include CA native plants and other drought tolerant plants chosen to provide year-round color and appeal
I like the plants in the planters on the left. I like the colors and that though the leaves
and reinvigorated flax's popularity. While P. tenax is more of an upright plant and P. cookanium arches heavily, hybrids can fall anywhere in between.Shown:
“I love NZ flax this colour is amazing” — jerenee
Gardens by Gabriel
13 Reviews
Evening Glow
always one of my favorite plants, very special touch
this plant!...Pink plant...cool plant...Love this plant!
“Pink plant” — bunzer
BlueGreen Landscape Design
7 Reviews
overgrown with dry and woody plants, and the clients were looking for a striking and beautiful front yard with water conscious plant materials. They also wanted
the similar types of sculptural plant materials with various colored pebbles contrasting one another to define planting areas, and walkways. The final
Love it, but plants too sharp for kids & pets
like the plants used, like that it is a mix of plants. like the yucca or
or whatever tall plant is (very Dr. Seuss). also like use of mulch stuff with gravel/stone (but do not like the different stone colors)
“Succulent” — R Scapes
Bianchi Design
15 Reviews
Sanctuary on Solano
with light colored boulders sets off plantings
too sterile, too much of 1 plant type.
Nice mix of plants...placement of plants
“Mexico garden” — Cynthia Seitz
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