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RemickHuettl Landscape Architecture
how did you design the concrete pavers or where did you get from ?
I'm not the designer or homeowner, but it looks like some kind of Horsetail (Equisetum).
Love the overall aesthetic of this home - cool plantings, garage doors, wood treatment ...
This does not mean that landscapes must avoid plants, using only hardscape and grass to echo the geometric shapes of the architecture.Here the planting has been carefully chosen to enhance the overall design without being overly decorative. The planting design is functional — both economical in its use
Shayan HouseUrban Green
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.
I like the pebbles tree and plants
San Rafael Modern EichlerO'Connell Landscape
A garden to match the style of the residence, this garden for a Marin County Eichler utilized stone, concrete and colorful low maintenance plantings to transform an overgrown, outdated space.
what are the different grasses and plants in the foreground?
The purple blooming plants are groundcover Germander (Teucrium cossonii), the grassy looking plants are actually Provence Lavender getting ready to bloom. Day Lily, Red Hot Poker and Bamboo are the other plants in the background.
plants for path to the fountain
Alternative backyard plants - little to no grass.
Johnsen Landscapes & PoolsJohnsen Landscapes & Pools
First we created the level space with stone walls, then we added the drainage, lighting, plants and more....This Westchester, NY landscape is delightful - and deer resistant too!
My book, 'Heaven is a Garden' will be out in April 2014! It is filled with garden design tips for creating serene outdoor settings...
roses mixed with water wise plants
plants look nice and that fence looks taller than our fence, so some of these plants should be able to hide the fence
Planting for area where pine is
The plant grouping. Possibility for the open corner in the back. See photo
zones 4 to 11) and sedges (Carex spp, zones 4 to 9).Note: Some grasses, like Mexican feathergrass, can be invasive in parts of the U.S. Be sure your plant choices are appropriate and recommended for your area.
Doheny EstatesFoundation Landscape Design
Plants lined up exactly the sane
Wall and plant design
Natural light and native plants
like the purple green plants
Plants in front of garage
Foundation Landscape Design
Front Plants
Private Residence - Modern Pool & GardenHarold Leidner Landscape Architects
These were custom designed pots by Ore Containers. Thanks.
Are those plants real?
potted plants design
planted flowers are nice
Great looking plants for deck
potted plants...Plants and day bed...Pot plants...pillars and plants...Plants on porch
Bradley Residence180 degrees
The shadows of the plants on the wall
tall plants lit up on wall/6 inch border
Landscape lights in planter with vertical plant or metal plant
Nice outdoor design instead of a fountain
up lighting on plants to make shadows
lighting on plants against wall for back yard
dramatic lighting on plants casts a cool shadow pattern
ExteriorsCody Anderson Wasney Architects, Inc.
square pavers staggered, tan gravel short plants
Japanese garden inspired. Would do well with arid plants
stepping stones and loose stone with plantings
Rock buildup designfor front yard to plant shrubs
Walkway, plantings etc
Rocks, plants and chains
Assorted plants and cool rocks
rocks, gravel and plants
Plants in gravel area
plants, design...Plants with rocks
Coyote HouseDave Adams Photography
Architects: Sage Architecture http://www.sagearchitecture.com Architectural & Interior Design Photography by: Dave Adams http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
what are these green plants/ferns called? pretty color!
fence design again. And OMG the wood ferns are gorgeous. This is not in Texas for sure.
imads like the plant; cool fence too
Fence and single type of plant
Pool side RetreatShades Of Green Landscape Architecture
This was a residential project that showcased the pool. We used minimal plantings and furnishings to highlight the focal point of the pool. The fence compliments the architecture of the house.
planting design
Rooftop TerraceGlenna Partridge Garden Design
Low chairs from Pottery Barn are backed by zinc planters filled with sun loving plants in this Vancouver rooftop deck. The zinc bar table and stools look over the city skyline. A shallow zinc planter is placed on top of the table and is filled with echeverias and decorative blue glass. © 2012 Glenna
abundance of plants that make things cozy
Relax area needs plants (so you can hide ...)
Lots of plants will create character
irrigation meant that Partridge had to get clever with her planting design. Because there was no way to water the plants besides lugging a watering can up to the roof, she chose sturdy sun-loving and drought-tolerant plants.Partridge "planted" the spires in zinc trough planters among the other exotic
Meadow PlantingArterra LLP Landscape Architects
groups of one type of plant for impact with a few focal points of seasonal perennial color.
the tall grasses on the left and the blueish plants
The soft plants which I believe are the morning light
2. Go for the natural look. The less it's supposed to look groomed means less upkeep for you. As always, you want to look for plants that are easier to maintain naturally, in that they require little soil, fertilization, watering, or a certain type of exposure. Try not to choose something that's going
Though most modern landscapes are paired with a contemporary or at least ranch-style house design, you don't need to stick with that. These ornamental grasses work surprisingly well at the back of a traditional San Francisco home and are a nice
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