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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks11,217
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knoll carved from the existing hillside. Lush perennial borders and native plant stands create edges and thresholds, and a crisp palette of traditional and
celebrates dramatic topography, muscular canopy trees, remnant fieldstone walls, and native stone outcroppings. Sound vegetation management principles guide
installation, and the true character of the woodland is revealed. Stone walls form terraces that traverse native topography, and a meticulously crafted
What are the beautiful plants/flowers in this photo?
The white flowers are Astilbe 'Bridal Veil'... It's a fantastic plant--tough as nails!
Shady pathways may not have as many planting choices as
Lush with flowering plants and a cool rock path.
“I like the straight, simple nature of the gravel pathway and how the perennials soften the edges and” — Eric Braun
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Verdance Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Classical entryway
Ideabooks43,141
Questions20
terminates in a fountain courtyard. A soothing palette of green and white plantings keeps the space feeling lush and cool. Photo credit: Verdance Fine Garden
Creeping Fig was something we saw/had in South FL - Would any of these plants work in Southern
What type of plant makes up the hedge? thank u.
most generic anything, there may be variations from crop to crop and plant to plant. If you find a reliable source for 'Tiny Tower,' please share it with
site to find local garden centers who sell Monrovia plants). As with pharmaceuticals, once a plant's patent expires (17-20 years after issue), a market
sun/shade exposure, damp/dry soil, narrow/wide planting area, to name a few. Then within the set of plants that will thrive in those conditions, I would
Where can this plant grow best ?
“patio” — josianeguindon
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
35 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Overlook
Ideabooks3,428
Questions1
natural stone steps, natural stone walkway, private sitting area, retaining walls, terrace on hillside, landscaping sloped area, outdoor lighting.
perfect terraced boulder wall - elevation
Retaining wall with fence on top and plants on terrace walls
Maybe down along the bottom of the wall...Garden Wall...nice rock wall...stone wall...retaining wall...rock wall...Retaining wall plants...leveled wall with plants...wall and stepping...retaing wall plantings...dry stacked walls
“Boulder retaining wall” — LawnWorks
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks1,536
Questions0
Plant a tree behind house, curve to back corner, mass plant shrubs and hostas
Backyard. Natural beds. Plants around tree
Low plants under tree in garden bed...reatining wall)...plantings under tree...shade plantings under trees...Feathery plant on left...Shade plants; layout...Plant combo...tree plants
“plants as border” — Michael Gibbons
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks8,695
Questions7
individual fence panels cantilever from the wall.
I believe that's creeping thyme, a favorite perennial for planting between pavers, and it has a purple bloom
plants planted between irregular pavers, neat idea and looks
stepping on plants, preferring to be ushered to destinations by subtle living reminders.
around an outdoor firepit. For a splash of color, the landscape architect planted a beautiful perennial creeping thyme between several of the stones.
patterns in large areas of hardscape. People will generally avoid stepping on plants, preferring to be ushered to destinations by subtle living reminders.
“Pavers” — cbe03
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
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This type of garden the driveway, in front of the sitting wall, etc.
Ideas for specimen planting in sunny areas
There are my red plants I think, I like how these plants follow the rock formation. This
intégrez des pierres à votre aménagement. Celui-ci accueillera quelques plantes adaptées au relief.Astuces : concevez un décor harmonieux en diversifiant
nt les formes et les tailles des végétaux. Au premier plan des plantes basses et au fond des arbustes et des arbres rythment l’ensemble.
I like the maple with the plants below
“Red shrubs” — janellewill
Cultivart Landscape Design
Karrinyup Courtyards
Ideabooks2,236
Questions0
multi level plants are always good.. adds interest...
in the right conditions.Key plants: bamboo, palms, elephant’s ear (Alocasia), gingers, canna and other lush-leaved plants including frangipani, bougainvillea
and create an outside oasis full of bamboo, ferns and yucca plants. These types of plants are ideal for smaller gardens, as the lush foliage grows quickly
gardens, you want an outdoor space that is green and restful and you adore plants with dramatic foliage and bold colours.Difficulty ranking: Once established
the maintenance involving feeding and watering. You’ll also need to ensure plants are kept under control with regular cutting back as those best suited to
“over rocks” — jjs008
Wallace Landscape Associates
9 Reviews
Chester County Farmhouse
Ideabooks5,836
Questions3
What are the red flowering plants near the house?
Can you please let me know what those red flowering plants are? I love the grouping of the purple
'Red Meidiland' roses are planted near the house. The coral bells are paired with red-hot poker (Kniphofia
plants at far front, yellow plants at right
plants soften edge of gravel, gravel interlaced with pavers
Symmetrical plantings at end of north DW: day lilies, coral bells, rudbeckia & maybe one more plant. Mounded.
Plant red toward the end of a destination, such as a long walkway, where its brilliant color will entice guests down the path.
the tall grass plants; good for...clumps of plants in the English style
“Symmetry” — ericacaputi
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