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629 terrarium container Modern Outdoor Design Photos
Window World S.A.
Window World S.A. - Guayaquil-Ecuador, Portfolio 2
awesome terrarium room
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
metal containers for our garden! Easier to move around and to keep the dogs out!
Gravel and containers. Are these containers too hot for things to grow?
big ass containers / stone walk
tin garden container
Cool planter containers
garden containers...Cistern containers...Love the containers...container garden
With ContainersThis designer has used simply planted containers to strengthen the sharp lines of the clear overall design. Boxwood has been tightly clipped to create a strong outline against the wall behind. The planters have been carefully chosen to fit the site, both in material and size, but are
rounded container plants on the table, linking both areas and unifying the design.
the main containers are nicely echoed in the small planters on the table.
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Harmony Hill roof deck
container gardens on the deck
container garden...container gardens...herb containers...Shipping container
Huettl Landscape Architecture
horsetail contained and watered in this design? It looks fabulous in such a small area.
planted in a container DO NOT USE IT. It has very aggressive roots that will go 30 to 40 feet and is very invasive. A very contemporary look but HIGH MAINTENANCE if not in a container.
to be contained as it spreads.
Modern Minimal Garden
Minimalist container garden
Like the containers...containers and wall
BRADANINI & ASSOCIATES
MILL VALLEY MODERN GARDEN
is to contain the rocks in a controlled way in order to retain soil behind them. They act as conventional retaining walls, only using natural stone & steel cages.
Bamboo is soothing/when contained.
container garden...containers + gravel...kinds of container
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Do you know the brand/manufacturer of those wonderful white containers?
in my containers and I believe that it could be Echeveria subrigida or one like that cultivar. Here's a link so you can look at the photo and description. Maybe an echeveria would work for what you need. I treat them like annuals up here in Canada but if you are in a frost free zone you can grow them
planted in containers. Their portability makes summer and winter maintenance that much easier.If summer climates are more extreme, shelter plants from direct sunlight. Likewise, bring your Echeveria indoors if your climate experiences freezing winters. Be sure to provide ample direct light.Shown: Echeveria