8,021 planting in fall Modern Home Design Photos

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)
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
there a plant similar to this that doesn't flower?
Really like the giant plants at the front
Like the big, bold wide leaf plants.
beautiful landscaping w/ low water plants
Tropical plants combined with modern a
view the plantings). I like to imagine having this space all to myself, thank you very much!
Add an appropriately scaled architectural element. Large palm leaves and other tropical plants could eat up most garden statues like a Venus flytrap gobbles insects. This urn's simple shape does not distract
Museum District HouseWorkshop M Architecture
plantings fall below pavers and behind deck
Robin- i like your idea of the horsetail reed in select places. R: It's a thirsty plant, so the irrigation has to be done right. C.: understood. i hear water rates are going up. Would be nice to think about plans that can eventually grow high enough to block the neighbors shed, trampoline
LandscapeQuayle & Company Design/Build
path with plants on both sides
planting along pathway, wild/natural looking
Side yard ; plants; walkway
look of plants by foundation
curved path, plants along path
flagstone...plants falling onto path...
Portola Valley EstateSuzman Design Associates
plants grouped together according to water needs
Xeriscape--3. 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
3. 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
types of plants to just a few. Gives more impact.
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
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.
To hang plants from and add a water wall??????
initial planting Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 60 to 100 feet tall; 50 feet wide Benefits and tolerances: The honey locust tolerates drought, flooding and heat. It can thrive in poor soils, including compacted urban soils; it can even stand up to road salt. It is not tolerant of shade and several
natural berm planted with sumac trees lines the approach to the house. As the trees mature, they will create a solid screen along the entry road, making the home visible only through Galloway's aperture installation.
Plantings in and around the botanical pond were carefully selected to blend together and create a riparian environment that was not entirely out of place in the surround desert landscape. Water Feature by Earth Care for All That's Green, Inc.
desert planting
type of plants are the purple and orange.
What type of plants are those?
grasses and structural plants - is this what ours will look like?
i love this collection of plants!
orange and purple plants and gray flag
Red-leaf cannas are striking in the garden and easily can bridge plants that
bridge plants that clash with each other
IN FALL: Divide perennials. Every year or two, it's a good practice to dig up and divide certain perennials, like cannas, daylilies, bearded irises, wood ferns, violets and Shasta daisies. These types of plants develop large clumps
divide a plant:• Dig up the plant, being careful to get as much of the roots as possible.• Gently separate the roots or bulbs, using a hand tool if necessary before replanting your "extra" plants into other parts of your garden.• Water thoroughly and lightly mulch to protect these new plants and get them
Twin Peaks TextureThe Garden Route Company
tural 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!
of the plants; they look great together!
Orange plants and the ones in front Anigozanthos hybrid "Bush Dawn",
nice plant palette and glass background screen
green plants are Euphorbia martinii and the grasses are a combination of Carex testacea & Miscanthus transmorrisonensis. Thank you.
Euphorbia martini - small hedge-type plant
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 animals and small children from invading
Wallace K. Harrison EstateSchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
hi there, can you please share the plants that you used for this landscape? they are beautiful!
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 them together (black-eyed Susans are a favorite of old time gardens, so pretty interesting choice for
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
Rhee ResidenceFalling Waters Landscape
I like the plants in between the slabs.
etail plant also can create an effective, fast-growing screen. This hardy reed expands quickly to form an effective barrier — even around kids and pets or in an arid climate.
This contemporary garden perhaps shows formal block and strip planting in its most extreme. The planting has moved away from
that the planting been restricted not only in space but also in plant variety.
SittingroomHUISSTYLING
Add plants to living room and family room and master...
the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches near the base of the plant to keep it looking neat and trim, but do not prune. Toxicity: Nontoxic. Origin: Native to rain forests in southern Mexico and Guatemala.
in the fall and winter. Humidity: Tolerates low humidity, though it will thrive with higher humidity. Mist the foliage regularly with room-temperature water. Repotting: Likes to be crowded, so don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring. Propagation: You can make new plants
the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches near the base of the plant to keep it looking neat and trim, but do not prune. Toxicity: Nontoxic. Origin: Native to rain forests in southern Mexico and Guatemala.
Love the plants in the tall pots, what is their names please?
The tall plant in corner planters is actually called Heavenly Bamboo, or more precisely Nandina domestica, a plant botanically not related to proper bamboo at all. We like it for its upright growth habit, lacy evergreen foliage and ease of cultivation.
Try a wall planting. Wall-mounted planters are great for adding extra green when floor space is at a premium. A slender
like staggered pots and hanging plants
Chair wood Carpet Table Bench Plants
the late fall and winter especially, it's easy to go for days without really getting outdoors. But fresh air is important for our bodies, and even a bit of cold air can be bracing and good. Open your windows for 10 minutes or sit outside if you have a yard or patio. Take some deep breaths.Style idea: Add
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