8,595 plants Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
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The plantings, it helps me realize what is lacking in my space.
pea gravel instead of cement, and the plants, and the arched door….beautiful!
While most of the plantings are influenced by Mediterranean style, the hydrangeas prove it's possible to add some of your favorite plants, even if they aren't
And plants act as shades, blocking the sun's rays before they reach the ground.
In a smaller space, like this courtyard, one special plant may be
blue-tiled fountain. Used repeatedly as a signature plant, they also unify the diverse foliage plantings in the garden.
Incorporate water and plantings. Just as misters keep cool those in the queue at the amusement park, a fountain, pool or other
“the shape of the fountain is so andalusian and simply gorgeous” — jazzm1ne
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
Ideabooks2,945
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We planted Shiroshima three years ago and the recent winter made major devastation in the plants. I read the plants tolerance for cold
a foot or so of space in between the walls so that I can use for putting plants init that will grow high (and quickly) to hide a shed that my back neighbors
bamboo type tall thin plant on left
“Fence” — alioop105
Mediterranean Landscape
Ideabooks2,247
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What is the plant spilling over the walls?
The plant is Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus' (Creeping rosemary). A
long, are rich in aromatic oils and commonly used as a culinary herb. This plant is loved for its strong pinelike flavor and fragrance. Drought tolerant.
Weeping Rosemary: Light:SunZones:6-10Plant Type:Perennial,Herb,ShrubPlant Height:1-6 feet tallPlant Width:2-4 feet wideFlower Color:Shades of pink
Creeping wall plant is The plant is Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus' (Creeping rosemary)
the plant spilling over the walls are nice
Planting and care: Rosemary does better in poor soil, but choose a site that drains well. Set out plants 2 feet apart for upright varieties and 3 feet
“multi-trunk palm” — anitated
Contemporary Pool
Ideabooks3,434
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on the hillside on the left, what are those 3 -4 big green spikey plants, that look like irises? (They're
were the landscape architects who worked on this project. These specific plants are Miscanthus sinensis.
rocks used to retain hill, plants fill the space
Purple plants and repetitive chairs/ planters/ elements
Plant tall blue flower at the top of boulders
miscanthus sinesis green spikey plants
“plantings on hill....beautiful” — maggiemae155
Hendricks Construction
14 Reviews
Camelback Royal View
Ideabooks830
Questions1
What is the blueish plant in the background on the right?
prickliness to it but on the low end for desert plants.
LOVE this design particularly the color. What type of plants are those with red blooms and and are the
the scattered clustering of plants, leaving some open areas of gravel
while variety of plants give texture
“landscape” — liepaf
Garden Pacific
examples of work
Ideabooks6,015
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Love the thickness of those bougainvilleas! Is that several plants in pots maybe sitting on fence and hanging down? Thanks so much!
as much as I remember, the rose is sunrise and the plant behind it is bouganvillea Tahitian dawn
Easy-care plants will give you a sense of accomplishment, boosting your confidence to try more. For indoor plants start with pothos or sansevieria
outside plants, consider Knock Out roses, cacti or evergreens like boxwood.
lushness of plantings and color combinations
some easy-care plants in small numbers, and get to know those plants' requirements well before adding to your collection. Easy-care plants will give you
means is that you probably don't understand what a plant needs, starting with the soil. In general, plants need a certain amount of sunlight per day and water
they are two plants in the ground.
“Garden !” — lindwood
Dancing Leaf designs
Canyon Retreat
Ideabooks2,801
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What is the orange grass / plant?
various planting colors, rocks and steps not manicured, but neat
Plants to plant......Grass plants wood steps...steps and planting...Dry weather plants...Steps, stone, varying colored plants...Plant colors
“color mix” — Bonnie Brock Landscape Design
Urban Oasis
7 Reviews
Waterwise Mediterranean
Ideabooks1,648
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It is called Caribbean Copper Plant or Euphorbia cotinifolia (because it is similar to Smoke Bush or Cotinus coggygria) and is really more of a bush. They
Xeriscape plants plants & pretty flowers
Caribbean Copper Plant - stays small. Good for the front yard.
Mix of color texture plants and materials
Planting combination Gold plants: Mexican Marigold(foreground) and Lionstail (back)
“waterwise mediterranean landscaping” — cvzarifis
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