117 summer flower plant Midcentury Home Design Photos

Gary Hutton Design
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Gary Hutton Lagoon House
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-like plants. Consider spring-summer flowering plants for the back plantings. And layer with light, variegated garlic in front of our wheeler's pittosporums.
Eichler! Lighting, plants (a bit too wild), ...
plantings- grasses, lighting
bark with shade plants
Planting Texture...Plantings - grasses
“Painted trim” — bungalowboy
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
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
Plant colorful, drought-tolerant plants: If you’re sick of high summer water bills, making the switch to drought-tolerant plantings is the way to go. Fear not — drought tolerant doesn’t mean you have to lose color in the landscape.
“plants” — lwannall
Dane Spencer Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Kiehl - Harbor Oaks
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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
Red and green flowers
Garden passage flower beds
side yard; form composition/plants on
and red plant...planting area...Flowers along path...green plant...Red leaf plants...leaved plant...Plant mix...les plantes...Note plants
“Plants” — ljdidion
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
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Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
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Love the flower with the purple blooms. What kind of plant is that?
Water feature with beautiful flowering plants
water plants, fish, with the concrete "board" look
The water Lillie's and pond plants
backyard this summer...pond!
plants in rill...Plants and water...Water plants
“Plants and fish in basin, narrow against wall, and ground level. Through I would be interest in a sh” — Kim DeLashmit
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
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, fencing, terracing
plant selections in foreground
plant palette?...Like plants...choices of plants...Great plants...Fence and plants...xeriscape plants...Backyard plantings...of the plants!...Fense and plants...plant texture
“Arid plants, waterwise” — belcst
Transom Design Build
Idaho Residence
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shade in summer (from overhang). Color? Darker colors are more affected by sunlight; more prone to temporary deflection and may eventually cause permanent warpage, or fade the finish and eventually damage the wood. Within reason, moisture is actually easier to protect the wood from than direct sunlight
Slat wood, brick and flower bed
“Siding” — Michele Luongo
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The Kitchen
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Outdoor plants to indoor for winter
container plant has gotten leggy over the summer, gently remove it from its container and prune the top and roots in equal proportions. Scrub the pot to rid it of any fungi or infestation. Add fresh bagged potting soil (not garden soil, which may have diseases), then replant.This is also a good time to take
annual flowers, such as impatiens, begonias, geraniums and coleus. They root easily in water or sand, and make attractive houseplants, which can then be planted in the garden come spring.
“Blinds” — wilsonlady1
Dufner Heighes Inc
family room
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succulent plant, such as a blue-gray agave in a neutral, stone-color container.
2. Driftwood and succulents spell summer in California. Even if you don't live in the Golden State, you can evoke the laid-back vibe of coastal Big
plants coffee table decor
flower design on the wall
container plant...potted plant...tray and plants
“pillows on sofa” — lcharlas
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