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Underpinning / plants at end of steps
Plants at bottom of steps
big potted plants...potted plants
Sage Outdoor Designs
Organic Modern Outdoor Living
Like the shape of the semi-circular wall and fire pit. Don't like the dirt floor or the grass plantings
do a portion of wall only - leave room behind for dirt to build up high, and plant tall grasses above.. Less $$ and totally green! Like the cap to the wall too!
Drought tolerant plants
Fire Pit and Plants
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Private Paradise Portland Landscaping
rocks and plants with a patio at the top of the hill
landscaping few plants
patio water and plants
More mulch with plants
Garden water feature & plants
This stacked stone and marble topped outdoor firepit glows each evening as flames flicker through festive colored...
This hardwood deck on this New England front porch floor is mixed with warm, rich tones of ebony, chocolate and...
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Residence Patio
planting area and lawn and flagstone not separate but flow
love how the plantings were incorporated into the laying of the slate/bluestone
flagstone and stone fireplace. plants between flagstone
Pergola and plants...nice plantings
steps.. wall filled with plants
Love plant selection in pot
love the plant mix...Planting box
Secluded Bellaire Garden Landscape
What kind of plant is that on either side of the back corner bench?
I like it. Its doing well with topsoil and mushroom composite. No treated chemical wood next to plants either
plants in between stones - can we do something like this in alley or between rock steps?
Raised beds, plants on the wall
Plant I'd?...Plant beds
Jacalyn Gould Landscape Architect
West Newton Residence
plain fence, lots of variety in plant texture, great lawn
Love the mature plants and trees.
fence with gardens planted in front.
Privacy with plants for side wall
Lush plants framing the lawn
Colors and plants...planted border
B. Jane Gardens
Travis Heights 1
Water in the morning. Try to give plants a drink at the beginning of the day. Consider it your garden’s morning caffeine jolt. Being hydrated helps plants combat the heat of the day. It also gives the foliage time to dry in the sun, which helps
once things have begun to cool down. Be sure not to get foliage too wet, especially if your edibles are prone to fungus. At mid-day, water only the plants that are wilting significantly.