61,372 mass planting Outdoor Design Photos

Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Perennial Planting
Ideabooks642
Questions1
Perennial planting in a contemporary garden. Penstemon, veronicastrum, foxglove, alliums, ornamental grasses weave together to create a taperstry of texture & colour.
Can you tell me the name of the lovely plant with the ruby colored flowers in the foreground?
these in the back where the sheds are. Great mass plantings as well.
bordered by abundant plantings are returning to garden design.
Straight walks bordered by abundant plantings are returning to garden design.
plants allowed to grow and make their own space, clumps of common, or native plants.
Relaxed nature of these plantings. Other areas of life are rigid with deadlines, schedules, etc. This is a refreshing.change
Plants vs. big front lawn. :-)
“Wow. What grass are those clumps?” — wtrhouse
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern rear yard
Ideabooks1,191
Questions0
Like paver style for walkway. Simple grasses en masse
Grasses plants combined w lawn Extended patio fr house w concrete blocks
spacing of patio stones and the border plantings
This outdoor patio area features square pavers and raised garden beds on the right. The plants used here are low maintenance grass type plants and have been planted in a way that carries on the structured lines of the patio.
Low maintenance. The use of foliage alone in planting schemes has been widely adopted in contemporary garden designs. The main benefits are the low maintenance required for year-round-color evergreens.
“Concrete pavers” — moyni
jenny_hardgrave
Flower Gardens in the South
Ideabooks5,528
Questions4
Please advise what plants are in this pic? I have a horrible brick retaining wall that I would like to plant some fun stuff behind - any ideas what to plant back there? HELP! So not a green thumb but wanna be :)
are the plants for full sun or
what flowers planted. can you possible that flowers name. some flowers i understand ex.Petun
That flower bed what flowers planted. can you possible that flowers name. some flowers i understand ex.Petunia Ruby colour,Alacosia ground covers, Thank you.
What are the bright green plants in front
I don't like this - too many of the same. whilst form and more mass plantings - this is not the look I want.
basic color theory comes into play when selecting plants for a garden. Color selections can be harmonious, monochromatic or, as with Mastisse, complementary. The wonderful contrasts of colors in this border are heightened by the monotone evergreen planting behind.
“Clean edge and colorful garden” — susancuper
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
Ideabooks414
Questions0
grasses. Have plants with big leaves and with tiny leaves. The more diversity, the more wildlife and the more visual interest for you. Another tip: Plant thickly. Shade the soil to conserve moisture and inhibit weeds, while providing a denser habitat.
MASS PLANTINGS Use diverse plants and structure
large swaths of plants look nice
Use diverse plants and structure. Welcoming wildlife means providing a varied landscape of trees, shrubs and perennials. Have big flowers and small flowers, purple and yellow and white and red and orange and pink. Have grasses. Have plants with big leaves and have plants with tiny leaves. The
wildlife and the more visual interest for you. Another tip: Plant thickly. Shade the soil to conserve moisture and inhibit weeds, while providing a denser habitat.
“Wildlife friendly” — ncombs
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
Queen Anne house
Ideabooks1,114
Questions2
Very nice selection of plants !
hill like the way the plantings seem dense. This is similar to our front yard coming up the hill.
combination of plants and the design
plants blackened susan,hosta,ajuga
Pot and variety of plants
side yard plant design
flowers and plants. fountains
mass plantings...like the plants...plant mixture...variety of plants...compact plants...Beautiful planting...Textures of plants...awasome plants...plants, combination
“like black eyed susan bed” — sandragomes
Donald Pell - Gardens
11 Reviews
Ardmore PA, Neo Classical residence
Ideabooks1,286
Questions0
Woodland Borders with mass plants and ground cover.
thousands of golden ragwort (Packera aurea) plants that explode with color in the spring, initiating calls from the client expressing delight. A garden like this is simple, bold and manageable.
ragwort (Packera aurea) plants that explode with color in the spring, initiating calls from the client expressing delight. A garden like this is simple, bold and manageable.
Beautiful side yard. Clean and neat shade plants
vaariety of all green, easy to manage plants
court and moves them through a stylized woodland garden. The ground cover opposite the lawn consists of thousands of golden ragwort (Packera aurea) plants that explode with color in the spring, initiating calls from the client expressing delight. A garden like this is simple, bold and manageable.
“woodland garden” — Harvesterra
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Italian - French Parterre Garden
Ideabooks3,494
Questions1
What is the plant used to fill in the parterre, is a bush rose ?
I love a boxwood and this garden illustrates how to make them the center of attention. Mass plantings of white plants such as annuals, groundcovers
columns with plants. Still love the boxwood.
Add plants. Fill the spaces within the borders with plants, especially annuals and perennials. For a classic feel, stick to a single plant within each
fill the borders and spaces with plants. for classic feel, stick to a single plant within each space. topiary balls punctuate
Add plants. Fill the spaces within the borders with plants, especially annuals and perennials. For a classic feel, stick to a single plant within each space, as was done here. The topiary-inspired balls that punctuate each
“gardens” — brynwood
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Orono
Ideabooks857
Questions3
woodlands. World-famous bronze sculpture provides personality to an otherwise pastoral place. Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces. A stone wall retains the generous main bluestone terrace. Though it resides a half-mile from the water, the home
Could you please tell me if the plant along the small wall are hostas?
Very nice! What are the tree planted on the right? Thank you!
plants soften and mask the retaining wall
I'd love an open road with plants in front of my house!
and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces
Driveway pillars, low concrete wall, plantings along it, boxwood borders
“Like” — sabney21
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™