634 planting in fall Midcentury Home Design Photos

At Home Modern
AHM Headquarters (my home) Fall 2012
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like this plant on the white pot ... nice in entrance doorway of shama
House plants for decor. Madagascar
Dracaena marginata works especially well in a modern setting. Upright leaves indicate this plant recently came from grower.
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 third year to refresh the potting soil, but use the same
small new plant from your cutting.
“Plant” — Yamila Failoni
Dane Spencer Landscape Architecture
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Wisconsin Lane
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Small space and incorporation of falling watrr
Beautiful, plants won't be as plush on right, nice size pool
Elevated plant box and a water fall
Pool side planting minimal
Wall with plants...Water fall...Plants around pool...water fall on wall...planting beds...tropical plants
“Exterior” — dianis_plata
Falling Waters Landscape
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Misc.
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.com) Falling Waters helped develop the design and managed the construction of this amazing landscape... Winner of multiple awards, featured on HGTV and other media, home the year for San Diego Home and Garden Magazine. Featured in multiple industry and design magazines. see the website for more pictures
monstrous plant with the big purple spears!!!
“healdsburg or other 2nd home plae” — sroutt
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Carmel Mid-Century LEED
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potted plants along the window? They are really amazing.
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 could I get them? Thank you!
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.
“front windows” — jennagrifo
spokanemidcentury
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
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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 Landscape Rock is often sold at landscape supplies business and can also vary greatly depending the area. This particular
shaded plants with large rock or planters at end
gravel, large rock, low plants, maple
“Pergola” — hyltonlo
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
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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 Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant)
Drought-Tolerant Plants Drought-tolerant plants require less water and are resistant to the absence of rainfall during seasonal dry periods. These plants come in an amazing variety and can be used to create lush landscapes. Euphorbias may be used to to this
I love the way the slope was designed , the green plants make it really come out nicely
love the plantings in every way
(Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.
“plants” — lwannall
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
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strap leaf plant on the right?
love the plant choices and textures
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 the view of the lake from the (both elevated) floors
Plants in background for front yard?
“Like these plants” — annachick
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
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It was planted in 1954, and I still have this image of it being a little shrub," she says.
Incorporates plants and a planter as well as stairs and seating.
Great fall protection at top of wall, with minimal view obstruction
It was planted in 1954, and I still have this image of it being a little shrub," she says.
with new plants in your hell strip. See more: Take Back Your Front Yard: 8 Ways to Make It Social
“Windows” — Thad Goad
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