1,061 planting wildflower meadow Outdoor Design Photos

Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Southwestern Landscape
Would you list the plantings? This is beautiful!
put same plants in same pattern on either side of the walkway
love the idea, and the plants
stronger overall design aesthetic, as in this Southwest-style Denver garden, where adobe walls support swinging saloon doors with an Old West feel. Soft plantings frame the door and make an appealing composition.
“Entry way with garden” — larktales
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Natural Balance Home Builders
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Green Roofs
grasses and wildflowers (with solar panels, to boot). This is an example of an extensive system (5 inches soil depth), and it is actually a laboratory for Stanley Studio, whose offices it sits atop. It requires more structural support than an intensive system, and more considerations in terms of plant selection
Could do a combination plantings and stone
is a good example of a straightforward extensive green roof with flowering sedum and other plants. Note the perimeter walkway: green roofs are typically not accessible, meaning one does not walk ON sedum plants. Gravel or other walkways are important for maintenance and accessing the roof to enjoy it
Voici un exemple typique de toit végétal extensif, avec du sedum en fleurs associé à diverses plantes. Remarquez le chemin qui le délimite : il s’agit d’une idée intéressante pour éviter de piétiner les plantes fragiles. Pensez au gravier, par exemple, pour vous déplacer sur le toit et accéder plus facilement
“Rocks around outside and square with plants.” — Rachel Bernard
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Best Project Shots
Love the colors and mood of the wildflowers
Lovely layering of plants and tree near gate
color, feeling,plants
The wildflowers...plant palette
“Gate” — bobheckel
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Homeowner wanted a natural style garden with Mediterranean and native California plants. An avid hiker, the homeowner now has her own decomposed granite "trail." Photo by Shirley Bovshow, http://EdenMakersBlog.com
This flower bed arrangement is so beautiful. I would love to create flower bed like this. Could you tell me what are the tall red plants in the back, and the smaller plants in the front. Love the layering effect. My home is in So Cal. Thanks for your assistants
Beautiful! I always linger at this picture :) How much time would it take for a garden to look like this from the time it is planted?
Great Perennial Plant. Survives in North Texas zone 7. I like the deep pink color one.
“Love this garden ... No lawn” — Haydee Cowper
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
Is there a design plan for this garden, and a list of what plants were used? Thank you.
What zone is this garden in? (And I am also waiting to find out which plants were used as already
(Tithonia rotundifolia). Planted in spring after all danger of frost, it can easily grow to 6' tall in a matter of months. It's a great plant for cut flowers and attracting butterflies, especially Monarch.
So, these plants do good in FULL sun? what
I like the purple and white flowered plants
“Landscape” — freenative1
Designing Eden llc
Landscape Field of Flowers in Litchfield County Connecticut
mass planting
One variety meadow...
wildflower meadow
“meadow” — sanpatlin
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
variety of raised beds & planting surround
I like the large same groupings of the same plant, especially the grasses
mass plantings, with more than just 1 type of plant
like the grass plantings in dark rock, but brush
try massing multiple species throughout your yard. The contrasts among them can reveal features in each that may have gone on unnoticed had only one plant type been used. The varieties play off each other's characteristics in unexpected ways.
“Nice gold colors” — jmckiel
Traditional Landscape
cheap plants, but lots of them!
combination of plants/ colors
Full sun border plants
love the mixture of plants/bushes
Plants paired with daylilys
Plant combo...Selection of plants...Plant arrangement....The stone & plants....Pretty plants...Like the plants
“Plants” — jenzim
This Monday’s featured native plant is Missouri Ironweed, Vernonia missurica. Found along river bottom (rarely upland) forests; wet prairies, fens, sedge...
Tall Native Plant for the Midwest
This Thursday’s featured native plant is Culver’s Root, Veronicastrum virginicum. A conservative species found in prairie remnants, fens, and meadows;...
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