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Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks18,631
Questions4
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Homeowner wanted a natural style garden with Mediterranean and native California plants. An avid hiker, the homeowner now has her own decomposed granite "trail." Photo by Shirley Bovshow, http://EdenMakersBlog.com
This flower bed arrangement is so beautiful. I would love to create flower bed like this. Could you tell me what are the tall red plants in the back, and the smaller plants in the front. Love the layering effect. My home is in So Cal. Thanks for your assistants
Hi designmomof2- This photo is about 2 or 3 years into the design.
Beautiful! I always linger at this picture :) How much time would it take for a garden to look like this from the time it is planted?
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Pride of Madeira
Ideabooks9,480
Questions8
Do you suppose in West Virginia, I could plant Pride of Madeira as an annual, and save seeds?
What are the plant varities shown? Thanks!
again. Your designs are fabulous!!!!!
how do you plant the bougainvillea to grow on the top of the structure shown?
bougainvillea is native to South America, i think? so a desert environment would be ideal for it to grow. i dont know about the other plant but it is
Pride of Madeira -purple plant. Also called butterfly bush
any design which is chocolate for roof and purple for wall outside and black color of the gate?
like the plant color combination and the size the pride of madeira brings
we should get some of these plants. How hot can they take?
Climbing flowering plant mixed with a bushier plant up front.
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
Ideabooks3,415
Questions3
what kind of plants are these and how wide and big do they grow? thank you
I very much like the design, want to do the same, could you tell me what's in box? Thx Lindsay
sprayer of pure water to wash off any accidental overspray that gets on desired plants. For crushed rock areas, if you install 3" thick and compact, you usually have very few weeds.
Would be more striking if you plant them closer together and pair them with something else, like river rock. Looks too
Plants to border fence in back
the plants and stone wall. very Austin.
How the plants have softened the wall
plants/Those are Lavender - probably Grosso or Provence
establish, then minimal Prime growing season: Spring to summerWhen to plant: Spring through fall, except during the hottest summer days
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Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Southwestern Landscape
Ideabooks8,406
Questions2
Would you list the plantings? This is beautiful!
Colorful plants in front of lighted colorful wall.
everything in this photo appeals to me. the wall, gate, color of the wall, lighting and plants
Anchor the space. Adding a tall plant at the back of the bed toward the center and two similar or matching plants at each end will help define the shape of the bed and give it some structure. It needn’t be a flowering plant; shrubs, small trees and grasses
Anchor the space. Adding a tall plant at the back of the bed toward the center and two similar or matching plants at each end will help define the shape of the bed and give it some structure. It needn’t be a flowering plant; shrubs, small trees and grasses can also serve this purpose
“Flower beds with colors and different heights.” — Laura Kile
Schwartz and Associates Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Planting Details
Ideabooks11,125
Questions3
What is the large plant in the middle!
Are the succulents planted in soil and do they multiply?
Thanks for your interest! The plants in the wall are hens and chicks: Echeveria. The tall blooming plants are Cotyledon orbiculata rubromarginata. And the large plant is Agave attenuata. The palm plant in the background is Chamaerops
Hi, I love the plants Would like to know what is called and can I find it in the uk Joy
Hi. What are the tall snake ean or asparagus like looking plants please
agave attenuata-like the big plant as a focal point
love the planting in rock wall
sunny wall absorbs and radiates heat makes it a microclimate well suited for many of them. Be sure to pay attention to the cold hardiness on nursery plant tags, as some of the more commonly sold succulents are not suitable for colder climates.Shown: Echeveria and Agave attenuata
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Simbiosi
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
Ideabooks1,451
Questions1
Are the plants in this photo drought resistant?
Hi Mike! Yes, all photography plants are very resistant to drought conditions, these are Festuca glauca, Nassella tenuissima and different types of Sedum sp. We use these plants in our designs and we never have any problems. Good luck!
Openness of the design, Clean low plants
simple design, accentuates the plants. Inexpensive stone/gravel gives perfect ground cover.
need ideas to landscape az desert backyard. Gravel, stepping stones and low water maintenance plants
Simple, clean, natural, and efficient design
Ideas for under deck cluster of plants and big rock
no dirt few plants lots of rocks
it's different, colored plants stand out on
means for the success of your landscape.Right plant, right place. This mantra is repeated in ideabooks all over Houzz. Understanding where to place a plant begins with knowing the type of soil present. Soil type affects irrigation, grading and how plants will perform. Explore the various soils in your
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Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
Provençal Garden
Ideabooks1,422
Questions1
What is the trailing plant on the wall?
so be sure to do your research before planting them.
Atelier Nelumbo Garden DesignSaveEmail Vines. Vines may be planted within rock crevices in wall facades or along the top and allowed to cascade downward. Vines to consider include ornamental raspberry (Rubus calycinoides, zones 6 to 9), creeping
a cvs, zones 9 to 11). Some vines can be invasive in certain areas, so be sure to do your research before planting them.
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design Save Email Vines. Vines may be planted within rock crevices in wall facades or along the top and allowed to cascade downward. Vines to consider include
Plant in driveway with tall walls
Some vines can be invasive in certain areas, so be sure to do your research before planting them.
“there is that trailing rosemary, very pretty and long here” — penfoldgarden
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Private Residence
Ideabooks3,843
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What name is the plant with yellow green flower on the top? Thanks for all the answers.
Like plants in rocks around edge of terrace
an plants, no grass or mulch in garden. Terraces are interesting but might be a little too formal.
Use of terracing and paths. Design too
Pool, drought tolerant plantings and grass
Fall planting. Many plants will appreciate being transplanted in October, since mild temperatures and still-warm soils permit optimal plant growth. In the middle and high zones, wait until spring to plant heat-loving to tender perennials, like Lantana and some broad-leaved evergreen trees and shrubs
species and India hawthorn). It's unlikely they will establish before colder weather, an planting them in the fall can result in severe damage to foliage and newer branches. Those in the low zone can still plant most of the species the higher zones cannot, since adequate root development is likely before
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