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Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks7,591
Questions4
Hi, could you advise what the plants are in the middle and top right of the shot. They both look like dracaenas. Thanks.
Agave plant. Attractive foliage combo
difference in the planting. The strong architectural shapes of the plants balance the whole design — the plantings are more than just a fill-in.See more of this terraced Sydney garden
The site contains a series of outdoor rooms at different levels, surrounded by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor
Give plants a good startNo matter how tough and drought-resistant a plant is when mature, it still needs to be pampered a little when it’s first planted. Trees in particular. Dig some organic manure or peat and slow-release fertiliser into the soil when planting and water thoroughly.
“jardin cancha futbol” — tagaropulus
ras-a, inc.
7 Reviews
p_House
Ideabooks4,504
Questions6
What's the name of the large plant
Calonian was right — the large agave like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw. The ground cover is blue senecio mandraliscae (not pig face).
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily.
river rocks, plants and concrete wall
garden plants gymea lilly pig face
planting idea for raised retaining bed
like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw. The ground cover is blue senecio mandraliscae
“Side walk” — naestrada
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks7,159
Questions5
anyone know what the cool spikey plants names are???
What are the thinner spikey plants as the border?
What's the name of the plant next to the deck hair? (There are 2 side by side)
Would you be able to tell me what the larged leafe plant is called to the right of the urn down the back. I was wanting to see if they would suit being in a large pot as a feature plant. Thanks
is there a plant similar to this that doesn't flower?
Paving/concrete style with darker textural pot and tropical plants
I Ike the (large) scale of the plantings
beautiful landscaping w/ low water plants
would dominate the space, making it impossible to view the plantings). I like to imagine having this space all to myself, thank you very much!
“bromeliad” — Trisha Wallace
Prideaux Design
8 Reviews
Prideaux Design
Ideabooks2,589
Questions3
What are the low plants next to the wall?
Back yard, rock and plants against wall, could backlight plants
ROCK AND PLANTS UP AGAINST THE WALL
plants by the back fence and kibbles on the ground, concrete, and lawn combination.
large pavers and pebbles contrasting against thin wiry plants
rocks with spiky plants
nice wall plus plants
green twig-like plants
gravel in planting area
simple landscape planting border
Thin straight plant...gravel with plants...Rocks & plants...plants against wall...Plants in rocks...horsetail plants...Plants and rock.
“Chairs” — jigsawone
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Twin Peaks Texture
Ideabooks2,589
Questions3
Textural plantings, vivid color and strong clean lines makes for an engaging space
Please share the name of all the plants here, including the orange tall ones in the back, grass on the side and compact short green shrubs in front. Beautiful- Thanks!
Thanks so much for sharing the names of the plants; they look great together!
FRONT YARD-->>>ORANGE PLANTS-->>hybrid "Bush Dawn/short green plants---->>>Euphorbia
Orange plants and the ones in front Anigozanthos hybrid "Bush Dawn",
nice plant palette and glass background
Perennials can be a popular choice for a low edging plant. Their fresh seasonal foliage and flowers overcome the landscape situation of many species' dying back over winter.This Euphorbia martini, with its acid-green flowers, creates not only an informal edging but also a great knee-high barrier to deter
“Tall orange plants” — jastihome
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
steps
Ideabooks10,671
Questions5
Can this be planted in a sandy soil?...
dense, creeping plant — like this green spruce sedum — keeps things feeling lush.
Nice mix of green plantings and good use of gravel
Agave plants may feel like you’re
Agave plants may feel like you’re toeing the line between garden sanctuary and cactus city, but layering with a dense, creeping plant — like this green spruce sedum — keeps things feeling lush
Green spruce sedum growing around agave plants
like yellow grass and hanging plant. not sure about the spiky cactus
Wisely combined, these dryland plants are perfect for stark, contemporary plantings.
It is not only along pathways where informal plantings of edging plants can be used to take the eye off hard edges. Here the steel sides of these raised beds have been draped with a low-growing stonecrop (Sedum sp)
“front entry concept” — Yunni Cav
Remarkable Gardens
Remarkable Gardens
Ideabooks2,077
Questions2
Whats the name of the purple plants? They looked spiked.
suffering and dying out randomly and quickly in NZ due to a bacterial infection (pytoplasma) transmitted by the Australian passion vine hopper, so plant them please, they so cool and make a great noise in the wind! Check out "Dancing Leaves" by Philip Simpson ISNB:0908812760
I also saw Cordyline, as Lang Pools mentioned. I would check with your local nurseries. They usually have great selections. I would be careful planting Cordyline, if you don't want the trunk.
like the combo of deep purple and lighter green plants
eye-catching effect, its placement creates a sense of warmth that visually blends the indoors and out.WHY IT WORKS: It’s rich and masculine and complements Aussie natives from grasses to gums to palm trees.WHERE TO USE IT: Landscaping structures or feature walls in living rooms. A little goes a long way so keep
“Water feature” — jennifersenter
Urban Green
Shayan House
Ideabooks3,389
Questions1
What kind of plants are these?
The large plant in the area covered with rock is a Draceena draco (Canary Islands Dragon Tree) and the small succulents are Agave victoriae-reginae (Queen Victoria Agave). Between concrete pads is Dymondia margaretae which will take light foot traffic and stay quite low to the ground.
Palm trees and small greenery planted/surrounded in river rock
“How cute” — draya
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