119,338 plants on walls Outdoor Design Photos

Camille Beehler Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Dorothy Lane
what is the name of the plant in the foreground of the picture?
Hi Amy, the plant in the foreground is a Leucadendron salignum summer red. It is native to South Africa...beautiful
south african plants
Like the planting and pavers
Like plant selection
South Africa plant in foreground
Drought tolerant plants!!!
Pink deep green plant
Plant in front...Plant colors...Succelents planting...garden plants...red plant...Colors and plants...Foreground plant...Pretty plants...What is red plant?
“Great succulent” — Nancy Pfaff
Designscape Inc.
Please tell me the names of the plants. Thank you Bette
like the color of the plants
Cordyline med height purplish plant moses small purple
vertical red plants.
like the colors and plants
Very common plants in SU
Plants for the front yard
Plant identity...placement of plants...Purple leaf plants...Colour of plants...Pathway with plants...Color of plants...Plant combination...Love plants...Tropical plants...purple plants?...Purple low plants...Beautiful plants...Plant colours
“Side street” — Cynthia Leasure
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
a separate plant next to itself to keep that "contained" / clean look.
what is the fabulous purple plant .. and what zone??
Can these plants grow in Colorado's dry climate
What is the plant directly above
What type of plants? Hearty?
I'm not sure if it really is that simple to keep them. I tried something similar but they grow upward and sideways. To keep this look I have to keep pruning them. If they are planted together like this they grow the direction of sunlight. They don't just split up
the homeowner replies: Don"t be fooled, all plants take some type of maintenance and all containers take editing over time. Succulents are so easy to trim and the bonus is that you get new plants to add to another area of the garden. This grouping is very low maintenance
“Succulents” — jeannemoersch
Heather Moll-Dunn Landscape and Garden Design
clumps of plants bunches of 5 or 7
I like the purple plant toward the front of the pic and the light
Plants for the fence side of the house?
Nice plants, sturdy green texture w/subtlety color blossom Will still look good after bloom..
like the type of rock in the wall
love this as a short maybe 2 foot wall in front
“Long narrow bed” — samantha2
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
fragmented native plant communities and restoring damaged site systems. Sensible land management practices guide the homeowner’s efforts to rehabilitate expansive areas of mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds
flowers and plants, grasses too that are deer resistant for a New England slope
Hi, I love this mix of plants. I believe
talking about the spiky plants, I believe that is the Salvia "May Night" noted above. If you are talking about the pinkish purple flowers, they look like chives to me! (just thought I'd help)
The purple plants, what are they?
Sorry for the delayed response! The plants we used here are: Salvia
“Garden” — mtlarson
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Please tell me the name of the blue plants and the orange plant. Thanks
Will plants in this design grow in some sun but afternoon shade?
What are those orange plants called?
Plant colors/sizes and Plants covering mulch so we don't worry about faded mulch - also add rock?
debora carl landscape design The blue ones are Senecio serpens, and the red/orange ones are Kalanchoe luciae - Paddle Plant.
“design” — kullaw301
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
What name is the red flower plants? It looks great with the blue stick.
Love combination of plants! What is the name of the little blue plants in foreground?
Is the planting area Decomposed Granite or wood mulch? If DG, do you recommend
The blue plant in front is Senecio mandraliscae or blue fingers. It is an excellent succulent ground cover that adds dramatic color to the garden.
the red flowering plants are Emu Bush or Eremophila racemosa.
debora carl landscape design The blue plant in front is Senecio mandraliscae or blue fingers. It is an excellent succulent ground cover that adds dramatic color to the garden.
Eremophila racemosa - like these plants.
red flowering plants: Emu Bush/Eremophila Racemosa
“tree in the background is a it's an Acacia stenophylla - Shoe-String Acacia.” — psuggs
Phillips Garden
What are the plants used in this photo? I am most interested in the two types at the front of the photo.
What are the plants here and what type of climate and care do they need
What a these plants and what care and climate do they need
Thanks for the question. Sorry, I can't really help you with plant combinations for Texas. Anyone with knowledge of Texas plants please feel free to chime in. Thanks
Sedum spurium (I don't recall the variety, It may be 'Red Carpet'). The one flowering toward the back is a Dianthus (firewitch or frosty fire). These plants do best in well-drained soil with full sun. This project is in Minneapolis, MN which is zone 4 (usda hardiness)
these are the types of plants Clory likes in front
“patio” — paisita54
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