61,653 plants on walls Modern Home Design Photos

Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
7 Reviews
courtyard view/ 29th
Wall with statement plants in front
more order in the plants and the angles - which I really like!
aloe plants...floor to wall transition...courtyard wall and vegetation...architectural plant species...Security plant under front yard...2 cactus up front wall...Agaves as "architectural" plants...Plants for front fence...rendered white textured wall
“like 2 cactus up front wall” — Ann Sack
ras-a, inc.
8 Reviews
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
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily. It gets one very large red
Use plants as sculpture. Some plants, such as this agave-like
best advantage when planted as a focal point.
plants as sculpture in street garden to soften front wall of house
Use plants as sculpture. Some plants, such as this agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11), are so dramatic that they effectively function as living sculpture
sculpture. They are shown to best advantage when planted as a focal point. In this garden the furcraea softens a garden corner while captivating the eye.
What's the name of the large plant...drought tolerant plants with rock mulch
“Plants” — pinkrosy
Gallery Loft
where can you buy or what's the name of the plant, please? Thank
What type of plant is that?...it looks like a yucca plant to me...Plant - "Madagascar Dragon”
possible – do not allow plant to sit in water otherwise the roots will rot. OUR TIPS: To control the height and create a bushier plant, simply prune the top
possible — do not allow the plant to sit in water, otherwise the roots will rot. Tips: To control the height and create a bushier plant, simply prune the top
top. You can grow a new plant from a cutting by dipping it in rooting hormone and placing in water – in a few weeks two new stems will grow from the cut
cut, creating thicker-looking foliage. It is then ready to be planted in soil.
What type of plant is that?...it looks like a yucca plant to me
“Chair” — Barbara Smith
Wells Design Landscapes
Wells Design Melbourne
the bank out the front of our house... Does anyone know what any of those plants are?? We have a fairly rocky hot climate...
recommend and include gravel and drainage pipes behind these types of walls?
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Hi David, the plants you are looking at are : the silver are Convolvulus Cneorum Silver Wedding Bush, Light Green ones are
retaining wall combination (wood & boulder)
edge to a garden. CONS: With no solid surface wire can let grass, rocks, plants and mulch wander. Wire is also difficult to mow or line trim against making
of wood was used on the retaining wall?...do you like some of these plants?
“Not thinking retaining wall but trying to find more than rows of green or succulents” — denannhoo
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
32 Reviews
Private Residence - Modern Rooftop Garden
what kind of plants are the living columns?
Just wondering if the greenery on the pillars is real. If so, what kind of plant is it?
where can I purchase the up & down lights on the wall
Do to the water restrictions of the building, we used faux boxwood plants to wrap the columns and in the planter boxes. Thanks.
You can install it to any wall with broad headed nails and a hammer, or you can use cable ties or galvanized wire to
an added green alternative to the green walls.
“swason” — Gail Hartz & Associates
GEL: Griffin Enright Landscape
Sunset Residence
Which plants are in between the purple muhly grass and weber agave(?)?
round step stone , moss steps, plants and ivy wall or is that boxwood?
greenery growing over retaining walls next to steps
Century plant...modern planting...Gate in retaining wall...Shrubs along wall...Aloe Vera plant...Tiers with Agave plant...Agave (?) plants
“Unique Korean grass covered steps” — dyyarbrough
Modern Patio
Potted plants along the wall to break the wall?
4. You have to stake trees. It depends, but in general, no. If you are planting a young tree in a highly windy area or on a slope, go ahead and loosely
architecture, which we can’t control, can benefit from the introduction of plantings to provide some level of privacy and soften hard edges.
“Modern” — cocochicago
Paradise Design Studio
2 Reviews
Venice project
be used in large spaces or containers. the purple plant is black Alocasia, and the green pompom plant is giant papyrus. The red wood deck is finished in
was all concrete with cracks. We built this small deck and used linear planting. This gives the space a green feel without taking up too much room. The
What are the 2 plant types? Tall bamboo like & blue leaves.
the bamboo is called golden goddess, the purple plant is black alocasia, and the tall green pompom plant is giant papyrus
What kind of plants on the side, bamboo...The plants right up next to
“side of the house / garage window” — mebelleza
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