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Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Ridge Farm
Plant hydrangea in front of the rose of Sharon before evergreen is added
Plants in front of house
Plants used close to house
plants growing on porch
These landscape plantings, from garden bed to lawn to overhead vine, fit this shingle-style home perfectly. But think about it: This same landscape would work well with a range of home styles.
climbing plants
“front door but door on garden side” — barnfarmhouse
Contemporary Landscape
Hi Asher, I love the bamboo too but as you say is there a more practical plant for tubs near boundaries that grow tall upright and give privacy. We live near the sea. Love your work. Many thanks
We never planted it, blew in and is invasive and impossible to get rid of. We couldn't pay anybody to remove so we did it ourselves destroying our yard in the process
Where in Perth is the best nursery to get these from? I'm assuming not all nursery's are the same and you may go to different places for different plants ie tropical, native grasses etc. Which do you recommend to your clients? Rachel
invasive and will only grow to a certain height/ width. Running bamboo will grow and keep growing...and never stop growing. I'd go clumping but avoid planting into pots as it really needs room to grow well. This job we couldn't avoid it but still would prefer to put bamboo in the ground. Try ghost bamboo
“Japanese” — slatep
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
gramineus 'Ogon' or sweet flag. These are young plants and ultimately will mass together here. For a photo of mature plants, see photo 3 under my project Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island. They require quite a bit of moisture and can also be submerged or planted in a boggy area.
plant design and rocks
like the plant clumping
Plants & Rocks...dry creek planting...No plants, just
“xeroscape options” — Jennifer Tobler
Susana Merenfeld de Weisleder
Architec's house
What plants did they get to grow under the tree?
I believe that the dark green "hairy" looking plants under the closer tree are mondograss or "monkey" grass.
check the leaves at this site: http://www.ncwildlife.org/WISe/WISePlantProfiles/WaxMyrtle.aspx. Wax Myrtle, imo, is a much better landscape choice for the yard than Ficus. Birds and squirrels are very fond of the attractive berries and the leaves are aromatic.
plants softening the look of the low wall
I like the seating area under the trees, but not the plant material.
Shade, dwarf schleflera, mondo, boundary plant
planting at the base of the tree
Plant some shade trees. Keep an open area for playing sports and running. Maybe behind the manicured area
“Like the quite seated area in the garden” — parkerbarbados
Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
1 Review
Natural Landscapes
sleek and modern but sometimes we lay off of straight lines and concrete... Check out one of our more natural landscape projects highlighting a native plant palette and an ecotones motif! Photo Credit: Grant Sukchindasathien
Pavers, plant style are great.
native plants...Plantes naturel...Plant selection...great plants
“hardy looking flower bed design.” — topazi
Conrado - Home Builders
9 Reviews
Los Gatos Contemporary Custom Home
welcoming both indoor and outdoor enjoyment. Around the corner, a rear entertainment terrace invites visitors to enjoy the verdant landscaping and tropical plants.
plant pots...bowls with plants...Plant pot...plant bowl...potted plants
“two-tone” — kpgco
8 Reviews
Hope designs
Hanging plant and bench at end of porch
Use an old tin budget to put plants in.
Install hooks for hanging plants. Nothing adds charm and curb appeal like a few well-placed geraniums.
Think outside the walls of your home and position blooming plants where you can appreciate them daily. Try a combination of hanging pots and planters set on tables and on the ground to make the
“charming” — christyrave
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Modern Tropical Courtyard
that it can still breath and place container in garage or basement. A lot of people have been successful with this method and now have 6-8' red banana plants.
The steel trough which is planted up
tended to and often have their own protected microclimate, making them ideal for growing tropicals.When using tropical plants in small areas, a little goes a long way. Don't add too many plants right away, since many will quickly outgrow their space and require trimming or division to keep them from making
“Courtyard” — afreshpairofeyes
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