264 green living walls Outdoor Design Photos

Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
North Bay Residence
(stonecrop). Many "semi-intensive" green roofs are home to an array of plant species, including native grasses and flowers.
An “extensive” green roof, on the other hand, is a thinner, lighter, version that looks more similar to a standard roof. It can be sloped or flat. Often
also perfectly suited to green roof applications, because of their drought tolerance and low stature. Sedum varieties (shown here) vary greatly in texture
Love the roof and the stone wall...Green roofs. Alpine plants are also
“green roof” — Brent Schmidt
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
about building a decorative brick wall against a cinder block wall but leaving a foot or so of space in between the walls so that I can use for putting plants
grow in Arizona with adequate watering? Any suggestions? My cinder block wall is 63" and I need 42" more inches to hide the shed.
longer available. Please check out ... who has great choices for outdoor living furniture.
will work in -15 temps a few types are Fargesia Rufa and Fargesia Robusta Green screen. Let me know how that works out. David
some smaller Bamboos that would do what you want such as Bambusa Multiplex "green goddess"
Fargesia Rufa or Fargesia Robusta Green to -15 degrees or Equisetum hyemale to 0
Fargesia Rufa and Fargesia Robusta Green screen. Let me know how that works out. David
“bamboo reeds” — Best Flooring Center
Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
The garden is defined by a series of rock walls holding raised gardens beds and a winding pathway of gravel. Raised beds allow the plants to spill over
Pennsylvania Wall stone was the material used to build the rock walls.
Beautiful large grasses and general green-ness
Live the dry stack stone beds....Rock wall and green plants...Stone walls...Use of greens...Lots of green...Retaining wall....Possible walls...All green...Rock walls...Green Japanese garden
“Like gravel path and stone border” — zapbro
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
cotton jones retreat
Love your design. What are those lime green plants called? Thanks!
framed with a different color-so pretty! And what is the stucco color used? I live the combo. Thanks so much.
the low green succulents with the red grasses
Lime Green and Bronze - Red Flax, Aeonium
Grass surrounded by green instead of step
Bench on wall. New Zealand flax
“Bench seat” — ltod007
Van-Martin Rowe
The Castle on Grand Oaks
What kind of plant is it that you used to cover the wall with? Ivy? What kind of ivy? Thanks in advance :)
flowering vines and shrubs to make walls and use old windows to make outdoor room with pebble floor.
Wall of greens (at both ends of courtyard, around
I like the ivy walls with old doors in setting
“Ivy” — tobiasbaker
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
make this into a dwelling unit rather than what is currently more of a work/live space - I would make use of the loft -- incorporate a stair and or ladder
this space. The kitchen could go in what was left in the space behind the green door - leaving the space behind the yellow door as a small study if that
curved retaining wall creates a terrace between the cabin and the studio.
9. Carve out a private spot with a stone retaining wall. A single stone retaining
retaining wall is another option for those with a hill to contend. This works best with a gently sloping hillside; use a terraced-garden approach (such
Curved wall for around propane tank
“I like the wall's geometric fittings, very clean.” — solmama2012
4 Reviews
hold the rocks into place? I am wondering if this would work as a retaining wall with a small wood fence on top. if I cemented posts in and then put the fence
This gabion wall looks great! Is it made from galvanized metal cages? How tall and wide?
fence with black pots on front. This fence is built on top of the gabion wall.
Gabiou wall. Heavy duty galvanized mesh containing the rocks
“Cool gabion as fence” — drew_le
Wells Design Landscapes
Wells Design Melbourne
What kind of wood was used on the retaining wall?
you recommend and include gravel and drainage pipes behind these types of walls?
silver are Convolvulus Cneorum Silver Wedding Bush, Light Green ones are : Euphorbia, the dark green ground covers are: Arenaria Montana...what part of the
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><md>Hi Miles, we only put drainage behind the timber retaining walls. Thank
thinking retaining wall but trying to find more than rows of green or succulents
“Rocks in terrace” — kmuus
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