7,679 planting Mediterranean Home Design Photos

House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
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with trickling fountains and a luminous lap-pool. The living, dining, kitchen, library and master suite on the ground floor open onto a series of plant filled patios that flood each space with light that changes throughout the day. Elliptical domes and hewn wooden beams sculpt the ceilings, reflecting
“Doble alt” — Judith GH
David Rolston Landscape Architects
Contemporary Spanish / Mediterranean eclectic
Ideabooks430
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from the previous home. We added a new front entry at the sidewalk, using the brick and cast stone from the house for replication, and expanded the plantings to include more texture and color. In the back yard a medium sized dipping pool, using Ann Sacks glass tiles and dark plaster, with a raised wall
“Entrance to sideqalk” — Susan Gruppi
Van De Voorde Elemental Design Group
8 Reviews
Private Residence, Cupertino
Ideabooks678
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Retaining wall for the hilly front area of house, with plants of varying heights to create a garden, as opposed to a steep hilly side filled with ivy and ice plants.
beautiful front yard, like the retaining walls and plants
like the plantings of the torch plants in yellow
the flow of the plants/mulch on the side onto the terreces
Retaining walls, indigenous plants, drought resistant
“wall” — illini5
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks1,657
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dry river bed and drought tolerant plants
plants in pea gravel. Wood holder.
nice creek bed at the bottom of the slope and great plants
Plant placement is nice
Simplify along riverbed- plant identites?
large boulders and plantings.
planting on a hill...rocks and plants...plants along rock...rock planting beds
“plants for dry areas!” — janetsr
Conrado - Home Builders
8 Reviews
Los Gatos Mediterranean Custom Home
Ideabooks280
Questions2
What product did you use to edge the plant area?
Not over-planted
“the natural landscape with structure” — klvsmm
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Ideabooks421
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is a similar variety of sorts that comes from the your coastal areas. The boots will eventually shed off revealing a more smooth trunk. I prefer to plant them with the boots still attached. Good luck!
Garden plants and rocks
“Palms and cactus” — sarmando
Twisted Vine Design
1 Review
Rockmount
Ideabooks412
Questions2
They are Hyacinth bulbs. Planted in the fall, they bloom in spring.
Hyacinth bulbs (plant in fall; bloom in spring) Denver
Mailbox planting
“Mailbox” — downunderthunder
D for Design
7 Reviews
Jasmine 2 Dining room
Ideabooks3,164
Questions7
How can i get a copy of the water wall with the plants?
plant some ferns on the "rock" wall?
Love the outside plant wall and how the dining room expands into that space. the tile in the kitchen backsplash
“End chairs” — sugardear
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