8,523 planting design Midcentury Home Design Photos

Dane Spencer Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Kiehl - Harbor Oaks
Ideabooks6,492
Questions2
Could you please tell me the name of the green and red leaf plant. Thank you.
the plant is Calladium-grows from a bulb-likes shade-mine have not not tolerated the very hot summers in NW FL but very successful in south FL-maybe it's the moisture
are drawn to the boarders and plants
I like these plants on walkways/gardens.
more common interlock design for pathway; would this be more economical?
Landscape and entrance gate. Plants are caladium.
Plants on side and not next to house
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“Backyard path gate” — darlenenp
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks11,374
Questions4
what is the name of the yellow plant at the top of the photo?
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 the front of stage against the gray garden framework of
I like the idea of drought tolerant plants that can add subtle, but pleasing color tones.
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
“Stairs and plants” — myckwayne
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,799
Questions6
what are the name of these plants?
Hi angryredhead thanks so much for giving the names of the plants.....i really appreciate it.
From what I can see, they look to be Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos flavidus (Kangaroo Paw), Agave attenuata (Fox
(Fox Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.
I love the way the slope was designed , the green plants make it really come out nicely
love the plantings in every way
LOVE THE THEME OF GREEN WHAT ARE THE FOREGROUND PLANTS?
rigida (Gopher Plant).....great shrubs - Lower pool suggestion
Love these plants. Must have them at Parklane.
“Steps” — coldplay12
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks1,689
Questions3
What is the name of the strap leaf plant on the right?
love the plant choices and textures
border of the steps, the top area, and just about all of the plants!
yellow green plant on left side at bottom of pic
(using plantings appropriate to our area) - possibly a way to fence the lower backyard, but not obscure
“plants” — Helene Linder
Hanabie Design
4 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining - Poolside
Ideabooks1,586
Questions3
What kind of plants are those?
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 clean. Are they easy to maintain?
Equisetum hyemale or horsetail are early to grow in containers but they need regular to ample water and do best in full sun. The plant will fill the entire container within 1-2years.
“Reeds” — tiff957
At Home Modern
AHM Headquarters (my home) Fall 2012
Ideabooks749
Questions0
like this plant on the white pot ... nice in entrance doorway of shama
a clump of three plants of different heights.
House plants for decor. Madagascar
Dracaena marginata works especially well in a modern setting. Upright leaves indicate this plant recently came from
Madagascar dragon trees look best potted as a clump of three plants of different heights. Here a small pot was filled with what appears to be seven stalks, with fantastic results, so don't be afraid to go overboard. When your dragon tree has reached a height that you don't want to exceed, repot every
also control the height by simply cutting off the top. Two new stems will grow from the cut area within a few weeks, and you can produce a small new plant from your cutting.
“plant” — tincatahan
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks53,715
Questions8
of these succulents/plants in the 3 pots??
Plants in the background against wall
Hi, What are those plants against the wall in the background? They look great! Thanks!
I believe the plants to be Aloe striata
i think they are papyrus plants. they love the water.
been researching this plant name my client has it ~ now I know cyperus papyrus TY ! ! !
I plant a lot of echeverias in my containers and I believe that it could be Echeveria subrigida or one like that cultivar. Here's a link so you can look at
Chaise suspendue. Cache pot et plantes wow!
Like the concrete and pot plants
Echeverias are commonly planted in containers. Their portability makes summer and winter maintenance that much easier.If summer climates are more extreme, shelter plants from direct sunlight. Likewise, bring your Echeveria indoors if your climate
“Plantas suculentas” — Rafaela Renó
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks2,099
Questions3
Alison Damonte DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.2. Paint your door a bright color.
“Chartreuse door” — annikafloy
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