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Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
View of the interior patio
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Is it ok to plant a tree in the floor like that? Is there any concerns over the root structure and the house's foundations? I ask because I recently bought a house that
very interesting space, love the brick, the arches, the plants and the light. www.luminosodesign.com
Plant canopy adds a sense of the wild exotic
Indoor oasisBringing your interiors to life is easy with a living plant residing alongside you. The Ficus Benjamina, or weeping fig, can be clipped into shape or left to spread out gracefully. Although these trees like
“Sexy” — neoka13
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
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We live in a pretty hot area of California and would love to do this around our pool but are concerned with irrigation. We want to put our wooden outdoor furniture on it, as shown in your picture.
Hardscaping. The emphasis is on the usable living space; plants are used to enhance the patios and tends to be on the perimeter and in containers.
Plants between the flagstones. The calm feeling
3. Hardscaping. The emphasis is on the usable living space; plants are used to enhance the patios and tends to be on the perimeter and in containers. This patio is made of peach-toned flagstone with the spaces
“color, length?, cost?” — margaretdeepierce
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ecopacheco
4 Reviews
Coral Gables Green Wall
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How are plants attached or held onto the wall?
Love this living wall! How do you prevent the foliage from drooping and is the irrigation system hidden behind
Fabulous living wall of brooms and ferns
Air plants on the wall nice cover
A jaw-dropping living wall of bromeliads is an aspiration for a serious collector. You can do something similar on a much smaller scale, and even indoors, once you become well acquainted with the needs of the bromeliad species you'd like to feature.In the meantime, try combining different types and colors
“Vertical wall back or front door” — mgl1100
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Rich Mathers Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
Eco-Conscious Transformation
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addition looks right into our living room, bath room and bedroom. We are pretty close to them. We need privacy and yet we need to have some filtered light since the windows in our living room are the only ones that get any light.into our living room. What ever is planted will only get some sun in the
I am wondering there is more to the gravel foundation for bamboo planting such as container or any other device for containing the bamboo?
Conceal by planting a living screen. Planting mature trees to block a view requires ample space, time and funds. Installing bamboo is one stylish way to conceal a building adjacent
I like the gravel tall plants/shrubs
narrow side yard. Just make sure it’s right for you. Bamboo is often praised for its beauty and screening potential, but it can be invasive if not planted with a root barrier. According to Anna Foleen, a representative from the American Bamboo Society, many types of bamboo can thrive in a strip of land
“Lush backyard” — emilyculhane
EcoWalls
Rittenhouse Courtyard
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Two 9' L x 9'H EcoWalls planted with hardy perennials, surrounded by a corten frame.
work installed on the top (dirt in the plastic bottom, lattice on top, plants are then inserted into the spaces created by lattice.
Do the the plants survive over winter or do they need to be replaced annually?
All living walls require maintenance. This typically includes pruning, changing out
we have one of these living walls outside our supermarket, and what a wonderful difference it makes to a soul-less parking space.
The product is called an EcoWall living wall panel. It's a hydroponic panel so we plant in a series of inorganic media that is fed via an
out the nutrients, checking on the irrigation system, and making any plant replacements that are desired. We often suggest a monthly service visit on most projects but this can vary depending on the types of plants selected and the environmental conditions of the site. The irrigation systems are all
“Creative” — krisnicolemoore
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Garden Gate
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Beautiful garden, how close did yoy plant the emerald gems to each other and were they staggered?
upright junipers (Juniperus spp) and columnar blue spruce are great privacy plants. Need little pruning and provide a year-round screen.
Privacy, lush green with border plants and sturdy bench and fountain for sound
“evergreen screen to block condos” — ingridgentry
Groundworks Office
Menlo Park Deck It!
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Extending the wood floor upwards creates privacy and the living wall section with plants provides relief and interest
Small section of living wall provides relief in this wood deck with a wall for privacy
Patio coin brique compteur hydro banc pour deux plus mini table entre deux plus niche pour plante
the concept simple. He wanted to avoid a design with too many moving parts, instead allowing honest materials and creative design to shine through.A living-dining area already opened onto a deck and back lawn. The deck was functional but not all that inviting. In California embracing the indoor-outdoor
“Screen” — Ashley Quinn
Bright Green
Succulent Frame
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Flora Grubb Designed Living Art piece, using Bright Green Living wall planter
can this plant wall overwinter in Albuquerque?
no sure, but it looks like a living wall to me, not a tv or painting.
Use vertical space. Low-growing chartreuse plants enliven a living wall, complementing the greenish blues of the glazed pottery in this patio at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. I love how the cool greens pop against the red corrugated siding.
3. Plant a wall garden. As intricate and beautiful
Another option for growing succulents vertically is using a Living Wall Planter from Bright Green. Bright Green sells planters with a moisture mat that keeps watering simple and doesn't require removing the frame from the wall.
“succulent wall...what about winter?” — kkstandersen
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