73 plant terrarium supply Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks20,514
Questions16
How to put plants at base of trees?
I was told it would not work. I have two 8 ft trees on either side of fireplace and because they are tall they look empty at the bottom. How can I get the look you have here with plants at bottom? the watering is different for each plant.
What kind of plants are those?
smaller plants dying when I am travel. Thank you.
Of course you can put smaller plants at the base of trees. Use nice full plants, 6"
and set them on top of the soil of your trees. Get enough to fill the space. Now you can water the trees (lift a smaller plant up to reach the tree's soil) and the small plants individually.
Love the colors and overall design (plants)
Using plants, particularly matching plants, in an indoor space that leads
“Floor to ceiling windows, house plants.” — aidavaldestan
Simbiosi
1 Review
Castelldefels - Aragó
Ideabooks5,016
Questions4
What is the name of the plants with the big leaves (giant birds of paradise?) Thanks.
Yes, the name of this plants are 'giants birds of paradise' or Strelitzia Augusta.
The plants along the fence line
different plants along wall and gravel
purple boarder plants look like pineapples
inquire about delivery fees when ordering.Gravels are typically available by bags at home improvement stores and by the bag, yard or ton at landscape supply yards.Consider installing a contractor-grade landscape fabric underneath your gravel area. It suppresses weeds and allows rain to penetrate while keeping
“Curvy gardens” — Annie Oxler
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Hillside Medeterranean 02 (Design by Bernard Trainor & Associates)
Ideabooks10,109
Questions6
What is that tall plant behind the chair?
The large plant is a papyrus (Cyperus papyrus).
Appears to be Terra Cotta - I'd start by taking a trip to your local garden supply center (not a national chain) and let them know what you're looking for.
That is a papyrus plant. It does like plenty of water, so place it as an accent and near other plants that can tolerate the same moisture levels.
Aggregate rocks, water feature and plantings
“Arches” — raragoddess95
Schwanke Architecture
Pool and Cabana
Ideabooks15,875
Questions9
What type of plant is the cone shaped shrub on the right?
What is planted between the tile on the walkway?
The plant between the stones might be blue star creeper.
Go to your local building supply store and ask for their best "design/carpenter"...or ask if they offer design services. Most have someone, they are very inexpensive and usually very good. Work them to make sure the plans the draw up for you are what you want....and make sure you understand them completely
completely. They will also provide you with a list of supplies needed for your project and the cost of the materials. Then you can get competitive quotes from their top carpenters. Hope that helps you...I've had to do this myself to get what I want...Also make sure you keep an eye on your project
“Colours” — chrissymington
martha picciotti
5 Reviews
Barnard Residence
Ideabooks9,977
Questions12
What are the mustard color plant
The plants behind the red flowers?
http://www.santabarbaralights.com/store/ The lights are from Santa Barbara lights. Steve Handleman LIghting also supplied iighting. http://www.stevenhandelmanstudios.com/
Nice entrance and garage. Square home with a decent curb appeal. Plants make such a big impact.
“plants in front” — redfawn
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks6,271
Questions12
Who supplied the chimney cap? Is it stucco or painted finish? Thx!
the manufacturer of these doors and windows and they are aluminum clad wood windows and come standard in that very earthy dark gunmetal finish. Who supplied the chimney cap? Is it stucco or painted finish? It is a precast concrete chimney cap that was stuccoed to match the rest of the house and chimney
stucco exterior, roof, black trim windows, & exterior plants
“Stucco” — stahuscher
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Ideabooks13,850
Questions3
would love to have a greenhouse to start plants in and s small shed to keep supplies separate and neat
plant pumpkins in the elevated garden
plant the vines in the raised bed and then let them trail out and across the ground so they don't take up all the valuable real estate inside each raised unit.
plants are away from rabbits & easy to get to, especially as one gets older.
thin to two plants once seedlings develop. Semibush varieties can be set a little closer, with 4-foot hills set 6 feet apart. Thin to two plants per hill.Miniature and small pumpkins can be grown in rows 4 to 6 feet apart. Sow two to three seeds every 2 feet along the row, then thin to one plant every 2
Planting notes: Look for a warm, sunny site with well-drained, fertile soil. You’ll need plenty of space unless you’re growing miniatures; plan on about 20 square feet. Sow seeds about two weeks after the last frost date or when soil temperatures reach 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius). Start
“raised planting beds” — destcrz
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks4,972
Questions4
Our company supplied the windows to this project so I unfortunately cannot help you with the wall color information. It is a beautiful home!!
flowers and plant both in the flower pot
all hardscape, potted plants.
Planting and stone floors.
container plant...potted plant
“French doors with windows” — roozen
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