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Ivy Street Design
Arnold Residence
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climbing plants
colorado xeric planting
denver xeric planting
Like plants and walk
layers of planting around steps
lemongrass planted on the sides
Grasses & plants...native plants...Nice plants...flowering plants...Dryland plants
“Pergula” — amorem
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Ideabooks29,695
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Beautiful design, can you tell me the name of the plant and whether it can take shade. Thanks
This looks like bougainvillea. Lovely hardy plant. Grows beautifully in warm, hot climates.
The contrast between nature where we find the wood, rock &plants the lights at night would give us a romantic dim light
I love the pink plant/vine thing. always have
“raw and uncluttered” — jagiar
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
Ideabooks5,355
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types of plants for front landscape
Planting pots for middle tree island
Like the fullness and variety of the plants
Highlight Mother Nature. Plant an eye-catching island on the sunrise or sunset side of your home to take advantage of the way horizontal rays at dawn or dusk backlight branches, foliage and ornamentation. This beautiful island is a focal point, with large-scale urns integrated with a specimen tree, various
“Urns” — keven
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
Ideabooks414
Questions0
Innovative storage solutions make efficient use of limited space. Soothing geometric patterns visually extend the volume of the courtyard, and bright plantings punctuate the landscape. Native moss joints create a soft, porous carpet between antique cobblestones. A salvaged Maine granite pier rises from the
colors of heuchera and grass , good in different seasons .limited to Two types of plants
Plants good in shade -- hakone grass and heuchera
shade loving plants for side garden - only need 3 hours of light
Shady, dry area for plants. Hakone grass and Heuchera.
“Understanding the growing conditions is critical,” says Cunningham. This site receives barely three hours of direct sunlight a day, so selecting plants that would survive in shade and
“hakone grass and heuchera” — janetsg
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
2 Reviews
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Insect drawing plants Plant insect-drawing perennials. While you're choosing berry-producing plants, don't
Plant insect-drawing perennials. While you're choosing berry-producing plants, don't forget about perennial flowers that draw insects (which are also the number-one
Plant insect-drawing perennials. While you're choosing berry-producing plants, don't forget about perennial flowers that draw insects (which are also the number-one food source for birds).
Plant insect-drawing perennials. While you're choosing berry-producing plants, don't forget about
followed by autumn puffs of seeds When to plant: Spring to midfall
Butterfly plants - for that matter those that attract hummingbirds too (except I don't want red flowers - so no bottle brush)
“Flower with butterfly” — niteowl61
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks2,548
Questions4
what type of plant are the larger tuffs of lime green
Pavers spaced with ground plants. How about flowering ones like I have by the driveway?..
I like the other plants growing
idea is black mulch with maybe a small raised flower bed or two, or individual plants)
Mulch around all plants. Similar to how Mother Nature provides a blanket with fallen leaves, mulch "blankets" your landscape plants and protects them from winter cold. Make sure you have a good 2- to 3-inch layer of shredded hardwood mulch, but avoid heaping mulch up on the plant bases, which can quickly
quickly rot the plants. I like to "feather" mulch up to the base stem or trunk of a plant for the best coverage.
“raised planters” — sdkowale
Annie Thornton
Huntington Desert Garden
Ideabooks1,141
Questions0
Artichoke Agave: Light:Sun,Part SunZones:5-11Plant Type:PerennialPlant Height:1-15 feet tallPlant Width:1-10 feet wideFlower Color:The greenish-yellow flowers are usually upstaged by the bluish-green foliageBloom Time:Blooms on tall
Parry Agave (Agave parryi) I may be biased, because this plant shares its name with my brother, but there’s something majestic about Parry agave. This plant is a little more statuesque than many of these other plants, measuring around 3 feet tall and wide, but that also means you need only
ends. Consider planting this agave away from path edges — but it belongs in the center anyway. See how to grow Parry agave
Parry Agave (Agave parryi) I may be biased, because this plant shares its name with my brother, but there’s something majestic about Parry agave. This plant is a little more
“Big fan of artichoke agaves, and just about every A. parryi cultivar. lol” — plantingwisely
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
Ideabooks17,254
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I like the plants and beds but NOT the metal
metal containers, gravel, plants and variation in height
glaucous coloring of the succulents contrasts well with the metal, and the plants are perfect for dry conditions. The gravel mulch aids drainage and prevents water evaporation while providing a great textural contrast against the plantings and steel.
“Drought proof plants” — Olivia Gil-Guevara
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