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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Carmel Highlands
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Like the idea of a "living" plant tunnel for kids
Crawl spaces for the kids. Garden art with dual purpose. Can let the kids plant vining fruit on it too.
Another option is to create a fun play area. Take a hint from dog play courses and consider using plants and hardscaping to create obstacles to weave through, balance beams to walk on or tunnels to roam through. The one shown here is also people size,
Another option is to create a fun play area. Take a hint from dog play courses and consider using plants and hardscaping to create obstacles to weave through, balance beams to walk on or tunnels to roam through. The one shown here is also people size,
“Gorgeous dog!!!!!” — terriedawn
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Terra Studio
3 Reviews
Bella Vista House
Ideabooks1,123
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Plants and the lighting
potted plants...Deck and plants...Plants and layout...plant positions...All the plants
“Lighting on step” — codea24
Modern Landscaping, Inc.
2 Reviews
Asian Themed Garden (Palo Alto, CA)
Ideabooks1,040
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A formidable pallet of Asian style plant species along with traditional bamboo construction and meandering stone and gravel pathways.
like the variety of plants - heights and textures. And yet, the garden still has an elegant simplicity.
Walkway with plants on both sides
gravel pathway, layering of plants, simple palette
“Bamboo looking bush” — esthercanning
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks1,262
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botanical name. It is native to South Africa so I am not entirely sure about the winter cold temps in Las Vegas. Depending on the location of where its planted (protected from wind, etc), it should be alright, but some local nursery research would be worthwhile . Soil wise it should be fine because It
It prefers well-drained soil, especially on a slope. Other growing conditions: It can tolerate some shade when small. It should not be planted directly next to any buildings as its trunk and roots become enormous.. Great 'architectural tree however. Drew AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Before you plant. While tree aloe is slow growing, it is certain to reach massive proportions eventually, including its trunk and root system. Make sure not to plant it too close to any buildings or structures. Native to tropical
“Color” — vidhyachendhil
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Waikuku Woodland Garden
Ideabooks1,915
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This little path meanders through a casual mix of planting towards a wonderful sculpture of a rooster perched atop a tree stump overlooking the farmyard and the chook house beyond. Most appropriate! Rebecca Wilson
Just perfect for our space! Plantings and pathway!
Walkway with grasses and multiple plants
the minimal maintenance and the structure of complimentary plants.
thing," she says.This little path meanders through a casual mix of plantings toward a sculpture of a perched rooster, given to them by the neighbors, overlooking a farmyard and a chicken coop beyond.
Roosters are also fabulous planted outside. Here a little path meanders through a wondrous garden,
“Walk path” — Kathy Clemens
Remarkable Gardens
Remarkable Gardens
Ideabooks2,104
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Whats the name of the purple plants? They looked spiked.
suffering and dying out randomly and quickly in NZ due to a bacterial infection (pytoplasma) transmitted by the Australian passion vine hopper, so plant them please, they so cool and make a great noise in the wind! Check out "Dancing Leaves" by Philip Simpson ISNB:0908812760
I also saw Cordyline, as Lang Pools mentioned. I would check with your local nurseries. They usually have great selections. I would be careful planting Cordyline, if you don't want the trunk.
like the combo of deep purple and lighter green plants
to green. (They are opposites on the color wheel.) In addition, this structure is nicely anchored into its outdoor environment with a color echo via plant foliage. The bold red foliage of New Zealand flax (Phormium spp) is a perfect match for the hardscape.
“Colored wall” — gallantbug
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Formal Knot Garden
Ideabooks5,408
Questions3
Love this, can you tell me what the plant name is for the lighter green diamond shaped hedging?
potted plant in middle of boxwood semicircle
Fell free to mix and match when it comes to shapes. The diamonds on the right are offset by the semicircle on the left. Using the same plant material to form the shapes ties the two sides together.Design tip: Be sure to look at the space from all levels. It should be pleasant when you're in the midst
“topiary and trailing ivy in pedestal urn.” — englandcr2
Paxton Gate
1 Review
Residential Garden
Ideabooks6,303
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could put these in by the fire pit now and drape or hang plants to give us some shield
big plants - papyrus and birds of paradise
tall plant with round head plume on the right and bird of paradise plants
plantes and stepping stones
Plants stepping stones
Love fence and plants
plants with bird of paradise
Plants/ walkways...corner front plants
“horizontal then vertical” — zach1mon35
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