46,770 plant shelf Outdoor Design Photos

Ancient Surfaces
9 Reviews
Exterior projects (Mediterranean Style)
Ideabooks2,276
Questions0
plant shelf
“Pond With Falls” — Achme Communication
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks551
Questions1
What 2 kinds of plants are under the window?
Looks like the drawing for backyard! Ideas of what plants would work
Concrete plants Uniform plantings
“seat and planter” — sidkate2
Bonick Landscaping
11 Reviews
Windsor Parkway
Ideabooks2,480
Questions7
back wall - can we keep the trees or plant new ones for privacy
Like the plantings. Like the wall with the waterfall. Not sure about the grey color.
raised wall w/ waterfalls & plantings...shelf in pool around wall
“Stone on walls” — caraboyd
Landscape Images Ltd
8 Reviews
Residential Landscape Projects
Ideabooks127
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Plant dangling beautifully
“under bedroom windows” — djdcstelly
Dominguez & Solis Arquitectos
Patio
Ideabooks117
Questions0
Like the plant shelf...plant shelf...The plant shelves...Plants and Woods
“pergola - simple design again” — juliebabcock
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Ideabooks5,058
Questions4
What is the name of the plant that looks like a string of beads?
what is the indian cost of this plant and how it receive
I was going to ask this same question! Do you know how long the plant can get? I love how it drapes on this baker's rack! ...
rowleyanus) but perhaps not the hardiest of plants for outside
I would like to have this plant in my office space.
String of PearlsThe plant commonly called String of Pearls truthfully looks more like a string of peas. It has small spherical leaves about ¼ inch in diameter
bookcase anchors a ‘hanging’ garden decorated with a selection of trailing plants. Try ivy or string of pearls, and choose pots in similar materials for a
CuriositéUtilisez un vieux buffet en fer forgé pour exposer et ranger vos plantes ainsi que vos outils de jardinier, un peu comme dans un cabinet de curiosité
“p” — vdextor
ras-a, inc.
7 Reviews
p_House
Ideabooks5,784
Questions6
Calonian was right — the large agave like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily. It gets one very large red
Use plants as sculpture. Some plants, such as this agave-like Furcraea (zones 9 to 11), are so dramatic that they effectively function as living sculpture
sculpture. They are shown to best advantage when planted as a focal point. In this garden the furcraea softens a garden corner while captivating the eye.
What's the name of the large plant...drought tolerant plants with rock mulch...good for front median. pebbles, plants
“Palm tree” — deweyp01
Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks8,557
Questions6
you advise what the plants are in the middle and top right of the shot. They both look like dracaenas. Thanks.
Hi, On the lower ground level, what is the 3rd plant from the left called up the back (spiky foliage). It looks like you also use it top right on the lower
Try to do your planting between late autumn and early spring
is a clear difference in the planting. The strong architectural shapes of the plants balance the whole design — the plantings are more than just a fill-in
Give plants a good startNo matter how tough and drought-resistant a plant is when mature, it still needs to be pampered
when it’s first planted. Trees in particular. Dig some organic manure or peat and slow-release fertiliser into the soil when planting and water thoroughly
Spiky leaf plant on lower level
“Retaining walls and steps” — maringirl40
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