91 Phormium Modern Home Design Photos

Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects
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Yarrow Point Residence
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a unified composition. This grouping of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and assorted succulents follows the thriller-spiller-filler formula.
This grouping of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and assorted succulents follows the thriller-spiller-filler
ler-filler formula can be expanded to a group of pots that work together to create a unified composition. This grouping of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and assorted succulents follows the thriller-spiller-filler formula.
This group­ing of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and as­sorted suc­cu­lents fol­lows the thriller-spiller-filler for­mula.
er-filler formula can be expanded to a group of pots that work together to create a unified composition. This grouping of pots filled with flax (Phormium var.) and assorted succulents follows the thriller-spiller-filler formula.
“wall behind plants” — momogirl
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
steel and concrete
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Phormium dark delight Festival glauca Elijah blue
Phormium 'Dark Delight' (Red New Zealand Flax) Festuca glauca 'Elijah Blue' (Elijah Blue Fescue)
Phormium Dark Delight (New Zealand Flax) and Elijah Blue Fescue
Phormiums, mixed with festucas - simple and wonderful
Phormiums for structure
“bushes” — villaruelr
Stout Design-Build
Playa Del Rey, CA Residence
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The spikey one is phormium 'mayouri queen' I believe. There are lots of different varieties.
Use of color and texture - Phormium Maori Queen Calandrinia spectabilis- succulent
The spikey one is phormium 'mayouri queen' I believe.
Spikey red plant near bottom:The spikey one is phormium 'mayouri queen' I believe. There are lots of different varieties.
“wood chips” — 61906190
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
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hudge ones of phormium tenax "atropurpureum"
Phormium Tenax plant by the pool?!
containers or even showcase it alongside pools and water features à la Thomas Church. Phormium's tolerance of sea-coast conditions and wind makes it an excellent windbreak solution, especially along the coast. Shown: Phormium 'Firebird'
“wooden wall” — beckywong
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Pathway
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these are a dwarf phormium. Lots of color options.
I believe you are talking about the Phormiums (New Zealand Flax) in
in front. They are pretty popular in CA, especially the Bay Area. There are a number of varieties, but these appear to be bronze. Phormium tenax 'Bronze' - I love the combination with the blue festuca.
“grasses with red plantings” — kboeding
Remarkable Gardens
Remarkable Gardens
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Jack Spratt are no good in heavy soils. I think you'll find these are Phormium cookianum (NZ Mountain flax) and do best in drier conditions and lighter soils. The Phormium tenax (NZ Swamp flax) is a far larger variety and prefers moister conditions to it's mountain cousin
below 1.2m and smaller, so is a better choice for urban gardens. Just watch for mealy bug or scale. Cordyline is a tree and shouldn't be confused with Phormium, quite different species, however Cordyline and P. tenax like similar conditions are are very hardy to airborne salt, wind and naturally occur in
I only found Phormium 'Jack Spratt' (Dwarf New Zealand Flax) at Home Depot. I also saw Cordyline, as Lang Pools mentioned. I would check with your local nurseries. They
“colored stucco” — kc cullen, design for living
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
cotton jones retreat
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which phormium is this, please?
Phormium w succulents
Like dark phormium with light
“simple seating idea” — adalmendraymd
Daniel Nolan for Flora Grubb Gardens
290 Colgate Ave.
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I have a passion for phormiums that goes way back. I love their instant architecture but the diversity of the species is what blows me away. I used 2 maori phormiums to play off eachother and the result is really lovely.
I think you're right nantucket. This looks like New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax) to me. There are a lot of different cultivars of this species that can give you stripes, red foliage, etc. I love this garden.
Plant material. Phormium with color variation.
“формиум” — krympol
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