216 low maintenance plant Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
replace stones with soil for plantings
fence/wall, low wall
Low round shaped pots
Potted plants...Low pots...plants on bank...Planting bowls...low maintenance...low water...container plant...potted plant
“aggregate concrete finish” — parkerangie
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
what is the name of the yellow plant at the top of the photo?
low water combination for walkway. grasses, agave, succulents etc
plants snuggled in close to steps
for pathway plantings. Fortunately some specimens can withstand the sizzling heat radiating from a sidewalk even in arid regions.
Neutrals, including gray, brown and green, provide a perfect backdrop for other colors. This is especially useful in garden design, where bold-colored plantings can take
“poured concrete steps” — smitty2426
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
What are the plants in the square planter boxes nearest the grass?
The color of the plants and plants and plant whatever that is outside the gate theMOST!
#'s, small deck, low chairs
Low deck, potted plants
love plants and space, colors
green plants in pots
simple, low deck...color plants...Low deck
“Stain, walkway” — gabirjones
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
What are the plants in the p[ots on either side of the bench
the patio w potted plants...low maintenance but still green.
Like the plants and openness of the area.
Pot plants for the patio
Plant for by the door
flax in potted plant
Umbrellas and plants
outdoor potted plants
nice plants in pots...Pots with plants
“Stone color” — pato4711
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Do you know the name of the potted plants along the window? They are really amazing.
I love the contrast of the white house with the red door and green plants! The foxtails and small sqares lining the walk are fun and add nice texture. What are the house and door colors? What are the little squares and where
turn backyard in to patio and raised beds so v low maintenance
move your plant to a protected porch or patio when the weather turns. Foxtail fern also makes for a great houseplant.In the ground, mass foxtail fern for a dazzling effect. Its soft texture, distinct form and chartreuse coloring pair well with architectural succulents or other waxy foliage plants.
“Fern” — Jenny Harrison
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
The rock I used to cover the planting beds, which we call rock mulch, is a ¾ “ drain rock. Drain rock is usually available in most parts of the country in a variety of sizes. Rock Mulch, or Decorative
Use of large and small rock - Low Maintenance
only a few plants in rock
large rock and some plants
Boulders, rock cover, simple plantings
Simple. No maintenance.
“Japanese maple” — Jennifer A. Emmer/Feng Shui Style
Becker Studios
7 Reviews
Glen Oaks
Love the low-slung look in the woods....
plants and trees, house and windows
Low slope roof contrasting with the rhythm of brick against glass.
grassy plants...Low pitch...Plants in planters...potted plants large...Low rise roof...Low pitch roof...container plants...potted plants
“The vegetation. The brick wall.” — Angelo Inanoria
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
concrete planters are pretty and plants are nice
concrete flower/plant bed along fence line (?)
The zigs and zags of the retaining wall are more than functional — they're an important design ingredient. Moreover, this approach creates bonus planting space that a straight retaining wall wouldn't offer.
“cement planters” — dbmcdonald
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