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SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
hi there, can you please share the plants that you used for this landscape? they are beautiful!
orange color a the base of the flower turning to yellow at the tips, and that's the dead giveaway for this plant. That's just my guess, but I'm pretty sure that's right. Both of these plants (assuming that's dwarf) would be about 2-2.5 feet tall at peak. Beautiful choices, and pretty unusual to put
This planted area which is much longer than the section in the photo includes: Dwarf Miscanthus, Barrenwort, Chinese Fountain Grass, Daylily, Showy Stonecrop, Spring bulb mix, Hakone Grass, Painted Fern, White Liatris, Walker's Low Catmint and others. There are overlapping lines or mixed fields of
of plants. This and site landscaping by Terrain NYC. terrain-nyc.net
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
courtyard view/ 29th
Security plant under front yard windows
Large plants - want for my front yard
Plant/cactus idea for outside front door corner
Like the structural plants at front
Century plants against wall
Architectural Shaped Plant: BLUE AGAVE...
Front two plants...Cool plants...structures plants
Suzman Design Associates
Portola Valley Estate
Use appropriate plants and group them according to their water needs. Drought-tolerant, native or well-adapted plants should form the bulk of your plant palette. Plants needing more water, such as edibles, and container plants should be grouped together for more efficient irrigation.
flowered plant? Like Comment December 12, 2013 Report hayleydaniels It's lavender. December 12, 2013 at 9:26pm Like
Drought-tolerant, native or well-adapted plants should form the bulk of your plant palette. Plants needing
blue plants - what about a patchwork design of plantings, color grouped , divided by border with small tree anchoring each
Add cut outs for tall plants to give height and interest to a flat back yard
Living Green Roof with Solar Panels
the low water usage plants and the texture
Complement with wilder plantings. Not all landscapes for modern houses have to be composed of large amounts of hardscape. The advent of prairie-style plantings and perennial meadows has given
given us the opportunity to create reasonably low-maintenance planting schemes that complement modern architecture. Here we see a green roof that has a wonderful mixture of plants yet blends seamlessly with the building that it is part of.
, but it has actually been producing closer to half. Also on the roof are 2 solar thermal” “The hybrid system by LiveRoof uses trays with soil and plants placed side-by-side to give the impression of a seamless extensive green roof.”
Lake House Two - Exterior
Are the tiles/stone shown here on a rooftop? If so what kind of system did you use? What did you plant into? thanks!
I like the planted roof top with decking area next to it
I like the plants with the pavers
Environmental friendly roofs. Recycled materials, living plants, or solar paneling can be installed on existing roofs. Additional structural support may be needed when considering rooftop vegetation.Adding Interest: The green roof of this lakefront house has become part of the view from the patio.
Extensive and intensive roofs on the same project. The extensive green roof in the middle ground of this photo has shallow soil and shallow-rooted plants. The rooftop garden in the foreground is comprised of pavers laid over a suspended infrastructure with intensive green roof borders.
the construction zone, ltd.
Most people don’t consider cacti as privacy plants, but they’re a great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living
Most people don’t consider cacti as privacy plants, but they’re a great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
Dirk Denison Architects
Can anyone tell me about the plantings along the walkway?
the plants going up the steps are great
Succulent plants along stairway
The plants...Love the plants....like this plant...Gorgeous plants
Paul Davis Architects
Newport Beach Residence
the planting. I can tell you to be careful of horsetail - it can spread very aggressively, and be hard to get out if you ever tire of it! I think it's showing up less often these days, because people have had trouble. We liked the look, but don't miss it too much. By the way, aggressive plants like