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Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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love the textural impact of plantings!
tolerant plants but broken up to create differing heights & textures.
Lots of plants are necessary I need an oasis
Plant en masse. Now that we have discussed hardscaping, let's move on to planting schemes. Mass plantings of the same or similar plants will most certainly have a positive impact in your garden when viewed from above or at ground level.Notice the beautiful variety of clumping and upright plants in the
of the artist’s garden.The garden shown here exemplifies the work of the artist. This design style, known as prairie, originated in the Netherlands; plants are used en masse to paint a picture. Notice how this designer has employed a diversity of color, textures, shapes and sizes, as well as captured light
“COlor” — thecallowaycrew
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Mountain Lodge, Planting
Ideabooks2,553
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composition that ground the home and define a variety of spaces for family gathering, entertaining and quiet reflection. Large caliper trees were planted to compliment the surrounding mature trees, providing a sense of permanence and timelessness. An existing pond was augmented and expanded for swimming
Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military academy, then go for it — it’s your landscape. But I suggest going bold and emulating nature by staggering your plants, placing two
stagger plants by placing 2 close and a 3rd twice the distance away
6. Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military
“drought tolerent? plantings?” — jenniferosawa
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks7,675
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anyone know what the cool spikey plants names are???
What are the thinner spikey plants as the border?
What's the name of the plant next to the deck hair? (There are 2 side by side)
Would you be able to tell me what the larged leafe plant is called to the right of the urn down the back. I was wanting to see if they would suit being in a large pot as a feature plant. Thanks
The strappy plants on the RHS of the urn are Strelitzia Nicolai or generally known as Giant Bird of Paradise. Hope that helps
is there a plant similar to this that doesn't flower?
Paving/concrete style with darker textural pot and tropical plants
beautiful landscaping w/ low water plants
type of planting around house, including front gate house
“Gardening” — maphanga
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
Sustainable House
Ideabooks726
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smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect. So if you’re actively planting a new bed from scratch, consider what shorter plant to use in front and under taller ones to create a rich, beautiful layer that serves many purposes at once.
devoid of life. In nature smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect.
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow? Let them spread, get free plants, create a dense garden full
kids. Nature abhors a vacuum, and mulch is a vacuum devoid of life. In nature smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect. So if you’re actively planting a new bed from scratch, consider what shorter plant to use in front and under taller ones to create a rich, beautiful layer that serves many
“Black eye Susan” — kitt925
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
steps
Ideabooks11,343
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Can this be planted in a sandy soil?...
Hi, what plant did you use as the groundcover. I am trying to find something like this in Australia!
dense, creeping plant — like this green spruce sedum — keeps things feeling lush.
Nice mix of green plantings and good use of gravel
Agave plants may feel like you’re
The cascading plant softens the metal planter.
agave, green spruce sedum and "puffy" plants
Agave plants may feel like you’re toeing the line between garden sanctuary and cactus city, but layering with a dense, creeping plant — like this green spruce sedum — keeps
Wisely combined, these dryland plants are perfect for stark, contemporary plantings.
It is not only along pathways where informal plantings of edging plants can be used to take the eye off hard edges. Here the steel sides of these raised beds have been draped with a low-growing stonecrop (Sedum sp)
“Texas” — Nigel M
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks22,368
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the plant with red on edges of leafs what is it called
What is the name of the blue short plant on the very back?
Can you give a brief list of all the plants that were used
Love these plants for our backyard in Cali
North side of house: Side plant beds, hot color with blue grass, low, minimal
Nice blend of low water plants
especially in a small space. The needle-fine blue fescue grasses look soothing as a carpet beneath bold-shaped, red-tinged Kalanchoe, also known as paddle plant. I'm not certain which cultivar the designer used, but one that's similar is the aptly named Kalanchoe thyrsiflora 'Bronze Sculpture'.
“Love” — pbstylist123
Schell Brothers
1 Review
The Kingfisher
Ideabooks2,591
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Hi, Just wondering what the bright green foliage under the Banana Plants might be? Love the contrast and would love to use them in my newly planned tropical garden Thanks!
Tiers different paver sizes Plants
Patio with lots of potted plants
Plants hanging on the outside perimeter of the pergola
Like the purple and green plants
The pots with Canna lily and trailing plants
“Plants hanging on the outside perimeter of the pergola” — theshannonsix
Butterfly blue pincushion
Ideabooks1,534
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When to plant: Spring Planting notes: Plant it in moisture-retentive soil.
Pincushion Flower(Scabiosa spp)A nearly indefatigable bloomer, this easy-growing perennial produces lavender-blue, deep blue, white or pink flowers from early summer to early fall. It’s deer resistant and tough. The plant’s common
Summer When to plant: Spring Planting notes: Plant it in moisture-retentive soil. No list is absolute, but this is my tried and tested top dozen perennials. Out of them all, I have had only two Lucifer montbretia flowers nibbled one year. Other species and varieties of the same plants are likely to be
interest: SummerWhen to plant: SpringPlanting notes: Plant it in moisture-retentive soil.No list is absolute, but this is my tried and tested top dozen perennials. Out of them all, I have had only two Lucifer montbretia flowers nibbled one year. Other species and varieties of the same plants are likely to be
“purple butterfly flower” — magking
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