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DIAZ DE LUNA SIGNATURE
VILLA ESTERO
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Bells decor
frames with bells...I like the bells...bells in a box?
“bench” — mishelle2530
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks1,455
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carefully separated throughout the landscape, in order to de-emphasize the disparate sizes. Objects included a six-foot high Buddha, a 12" high prayer bell, and a massive 1,500 pound stone urn. Additionally, spectacular tree specimens were chosen and carefully placed to provide a counterweight to the other
Where did you find the bell? This yard is beautiful.
Thanks for the shout-out! The bell is an antique Japanese temple bell bought at auction.
Absolutely love the Japanese light and bell
garden bell for "door bell" idea front area
The prayer bell and the statue nestled around the dry "creekbed" ass a sense of relaxation
“Moss covered boulders pebble river withpagoda” — Ritchie Frijas
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks1,277
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Astilbe, geraniums and caramel coral bells
I love white astilbe and coral bells.
Astilbes, geraniums and caramel coral bells
darkest areas;perennial. caramel coral bells, n geraniums
mixing white astilbe with caramel coral bells
The coral bells and astilbe for jules
Astilbe with corl bells for shade edge
Astilbes, geraniums and caramel coral bells show the wide variety of color and texture in the blooms and their foliage.
“Like the white flower” — lguillaume
Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Chester County Farmhouse
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Can you please let me know what those red flowering plants are? I love the grouping of the purple coral bells with the grasses as well. What are those grasses? Thanks!
'Red Meidiland' roses are planted near the house. The coral bells are paired with red-hot poker (Kniphofia uvaria).
coral bells (huecheras) are just ok kind of common, ive seen many shades feel like they are everywhere
“Path” — Penny
Pebble Pools, Inc.
3 Reviews
Traditional rectangle pool with brick, flagstone and grass
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LOVE the old dinner bell on a pillar adjacent to the dining space outside
Like Big Bell, pebble pool
Dinner bell
“Dinner bell” — liz55
Suzman Design Associates
8 Reviews
Woodside Residence
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“Nice to see the mass planting of purple coral bells, heuchera infront of the boxwood. The green maples soften the hard edges of the patio and lines of boxwood.”
Nice to see the mass planting of purple coral bells, heuchera infront of the boxwood. The green maples soften the hard edges of the patio and lines of boxwood.
“HEDGE” — redeamer2210
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks10,364
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Shady pathways may not have as many planting choices as sunny sites, yet classics like astilbe, lady's mantle, coral bells, foamflower and hostas will ensure you never feel deprived.
6. Shade brighteners Shady pathways may not have as many planting choices as sunny sites, yet classics like astilbe, lady's mantle, coral bells, foamflower and hostas will ensure you never feel deprived.
6. Shade brightenersShady pathways may not have as many planting choices as sunny sites, yet classics like astilbe, lady's mantle, coral bells, foamflower and hostas will ensure you never feel deprived.
“Edging option. Plants feel a little too formal” — jandrasko
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
29 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
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While many vegetables, such as tomatoes and bell peppers, are colorful in their own right, the addition of a flowering plant or two can provide a welcome dose of bright color. Using stones to outline
“Vegetable garden idea” — Rai Ricafrente
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