355 plant roofs Midcentury Outdoor Design Photos

Robert Leeper Landscapes
11 Reviews
Mid-century Modern Now
Even in the arid landscape of Texas, plants can be grown with little water. These drifts of grasses are bold and simple. Like so many of these successful
Garden plants...Love the plants...Planting in front of...attractive plantings
“I love the idea of not using grass but rather grasses. Let's not need a lawn mower!” — christopher1031960
Lisa Parramore
4 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining - Poolside
A low wall and ipe deck define the space under this Eichler's wide roof overhang. Horsetail growing in planters from Restoration Hardware and the low wall
I also live in the Bay Area and I love the idea of modern floor vase w the tall straight plants for height. Looks very
Can this plant grow in an area (ohio) with changing seasons?
containers but they need regular to ample water and do best in full sun. The plant will fill the entire container within 1-2years.
as well as the plants...in pots...the same sectional plants I had growing up (they come apart in sections)
What kind of plants are those?...I like the plants next to the windows
“Long porch” — g_suekim
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
How was structure made?Details of T-post & roof framing v appreciated
the name of these succulents/plants in the 3 pots??
Hi, What are those plants against the wall in the background
Awesome simple and clean structure - What are the T posts and roof frames made of and where can they be bought? Also, were they drilled into concrete
been researching this plant name my client has it ~ now I know cyperus papyrus TY ! ! !
i think they are papyrus plants. they love the water.
Plants, well done. do a native plant north jersey equivavlent.
Chaise suspendue. Cache pot et plantes wow!
Echeverias are commonly planted in containers. Their portability makes summer and winter maintenance that
What is the name of plant?...Plants in the background against wall...I believe the plants to be Aloe striata
“Nice floral decor and greenery.” — ladytd2014
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Guy Ayers, Architect
5 Reviews
Quince Reverse Shed Eichler
50% and covered with a low-slope reverse-shed roof sloping from eleven to thirteen feet. The shed roof floats on a continuous glass clerestory with eight
eight foot transom. Cantilevered steel frames support wood roof beams with eaves of up to ten feet. An interior glass clerestory separates the kitchen
What kind of plants are these?
“The fire” — smithjoa
Billinkoff Architecture PLLC
Paradise Lane, New Milford, CT
The porch addition seems to have formed a butterfly roof, where does the water drain?
The roof angles up and away from the original roof line.
Roof pitching higher toward the view increases viewing area
Roof Idea with Fill in Living Space Below Later
outdoor deck with roof that slants up...roof line...Roof angle. Ceiling material....Outdoor space butterfly roof...porch roof tilted up...The roof...roof pitch and railings...deck roof...slant of roof
“Exterior & Roof Design: Patio/Porch” — michaelleister
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
13 Reviews
Butterfly Beach Villa
Could my roof overhang like this in my patio?
extension of the roof. Good idea on my porch
long extended roof....Roof with overhang and windows...cement pavers and plants...The plants against the window
“Eaves” — robynneperry
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
i like the concept of a timber deck with pot plants holding native grasses as opposed to in ground plants
Plants, green color in house, pots...Potted plants and numbers...plante + culoare
“Lights” — briebietz
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
what type of plant are the larger tuffs of lime green
Pavers spaced with ground plants. How about flowering ones like I have by the driveway
I like the other plants growing in front
heaping mulch up on the plant bases, which can quickly rot the plants. I like to "feather" mulch up to the base stem or trunk of a plant for the best coverage
Mulch around all plants. Similar to how Mother Nature provides a blanket with fallen leaves, mulch "blankets" your landscape plants and protects them from
“Gravel path” — dcmnorthbend
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