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Creative Garden Spaces
5 Reviews
Austin Residence
large planters used as "room" dividers. The rest of the garden is mass planted with groundcover, shrubs and perennials.
Lovely plant combination. Could you please tell what is the variegated grass in the background. Thanks.
Thank you for the inquiry...The grassy plant is Carex morrowii 'Aurea Variegata'. It prefers part shade and is hardy to Zone 3.
combination, I have recently found the beauty in foliage plants for my pots, instead of tedious annuals. Greens, silvers and all kinds of Coleus. Low maintenance
Some plants pack a double whammy with blue-tinted foliage and little blue flowers. One of my favorites is brunnera, a blue-tinged shade plant (center)
Perennial plants can also provide us with more subtle planting. Brunnera is a great plant for moist, shady situations. Its large heart-shape leaves make
“Textures” — julia1001
Secret Gardens
you advise what the plants are in the middle and top right of the shot. They both look like dracaenas. Thanks.
Hi, On the lower ground level, what is the 3rd plant from the left called up the back (spiky foliage). It looks like you also use it top right on the lower
by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor furniture like the Orbit by Dedon. This round lounge even has a canopy you can pull up to provide shade and privacy
surrounded by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor furniture. This round Dedon Orbit lounge even has a canopy you can pull up to provide shade and privacy.
is a clear difference in the planting. The strong architectural shapes of the plants balance the whole design — the plantings are more than just a fill-in
Spiky leaf plant on lower level...Sculptural and clipped plants look good
“The plants” — gayle0312
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Is the tall plant by the wall with the bushy ends bamboo? Or horsetail maybe? It looks lovely. Does it work in shade?
-Love the sub-tropical plants. -Awning is very
the plant by the wall?...plants on the side of the house...Shade Cover...Shade sails...sun shade tarps over pergola...dynamic look of shade; plantings....Shade sail system...Sail shades
“Plants” — alagrawal
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Los Angeles Architectural
of Temecula on a 3000 foot mountain with ocean breezes and would like to plant evergreen shrubs that are also drought tolerant and deer resistant. Do any
“extension” — tgr800
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Idea for xeric planting - mass plantings of Muhly and Amsonia, central raised bed of succulents with desert willow shading, find a xeric creeping
Appealing juxtaposition: gray-blue/pink plant palette. Softness w/prickly plants
big chunky agave plant and wispy grasses as a soft backdrop
of the United States, so many native plantings incorporate it into prairies, savannas and coastal dunes. Planted en masse, pink muhly blurs where this
“Indigenous” — glynabee
Amy Lau Design
6 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Hello! I am looking for similar roller shades for some large windows. Can you let me know the
Like these shades of orange and green.
roller shades...roll down shades for sliding doors...Roller shade...Window shades...Plant, chair
“furniture style and colour contrast with white tiles” — Lydia Ng
CBA Technology
5 Reviews
Writer's Retreat - Pasadena Showcase 2012
What are good tall shade plants?
Love the plants/planters and the simple bench with cushion and pillows!
“Potting arrangements” — maragalic
livingroom modern
What kind of plants are those in the window?
shades and potted plants on window sills
plants on windows is a great effect for sun rays
Interesting shades - sheer with geometric
5. Repetition: The repeated use of elements (plants) to create a pattern or sequence. Applying repetition with respect to houseplants is greatly dictated
tastes lean toward modern, try filling a windowsill with a row of identical plants for a clean, simple look.
“Niiice~ Personally I like the colour scheme very much, the room feels so lively and playful yet ther” — Johan Leppänen
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