69,281 potted plant Outdoor Design Photos

Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,855
Questions4
what is the tree in the pot?
where can i buy the pots
What plants are in the pots other than Angel's Trumpet?
BrugmAnsia with other plants in same container
Love the variety of height, color, plants and simple pot design!
Flower pot arrangement
front patio plant ideas. height
Groups of pots to screen
large container plants
Potted trees...patio plants...potted plantings...The pots and plants...love the pots...I like the pots...Potted plants...lots of pots...Pot plants...Pots on cobble...Perfect flower pots...Orange plant...planters and pots...trumpet plant...Flower pots...pots with plants...possible pots...Tall plant...Patio pots...Potted tree...Plants & pavers...Portes plants...potted plants...container plants
“Grouping” — bobbyrd
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Beach House, Bainbridge Island
Ideabooks1,696
Questions2
Pls what's the name of the greenplant in the big pot on the right.?
What is metal wall Made of behind The plants?
evergreen in a pot for babbling brook
put an evergreen in a pot for babbling brook
Gravel places for pots and seating
One plant per pot then group pots.
Pots and plants and the arrangement
Love the pots and flowers in them.
Similar colour pots diff sizes together =
5. Play with plant groupings. Decide whether you’d like to use single plantings or create a grouping of plants in each pot. “With the exception of succulent plantings, I have found that I prefer one plant per pot rather than elaborate displays. I then group pots together. This creates a cleaner look
“Herb or tomato pots?” — Barbara Liese
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
City Townhouse
Ideabooks5,324
Questions2
Can you tell me the name of the verigated plant at the front of this picture?
What are the plants in the back container and are they zone 4 tolerate
It's a Hebe variegata. It has purple blooms 2 times in the season, loves the sun! here's a link for more info http://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/3495/variegated-hebe.php#.ULQPLI6DiME I hope this helps!
Hi Jackie3418. The plants in the back container are not hardy in zone 4. The middle one (tall spiky one in the centre of the container ) is a phormium and the green trailer is ipomea (sweet potato vine). The phormium is moderately hardy here. Sometimes we get a cold wet winter on the west coast and they
in pots by the garage and on the patio
“red grasses would work in space and climate” — jbossert
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Frederic Francis
Ideabooks6,173
Questions3
What plants are in the pots?
Where did you get the pots
Hello There We are located in Pasadena and carry this large Egyptian terracota pots. Give us a call or send us an e-mail, we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. Best Ricardo info@de-cor.com (626)405-0897
Hachi toilet using the long pots
Love the pots. Front of piano room patio
“Planters and shrubs in the pots.” — pdjordan
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks9,061
Questions2
Can someone tell me the names of plants in this arrangement?
Does anyone know what the lower trailing, greyish plant that goes to the ground is?
white-edged Euonymous (shrubby groundcover), and the silver trailing plant could be an artemesia (perennial).
Looking at the tiny picture on my phone I am going to say its some silver mound artemesia trailing out of that pot. Silver mound gets a little leggy in the shade, which looks to be the case
The specific variety of the coleus is 'Sedona' and I believe the trailing silver plant is Lotus maculatus (common name Lotus vine or Parrots Beak) It can have orange or red flowers. Here's a link for more info on the lotus vine http://www.portkellsnurseries.com/plantdb.php?id=1556 I hope this helps
“Cool planter” — Perry Neeley
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks2,440
Questions3
Like citrus trees in potted plants
use potted plants to create different spaces
citrus & herbs in pots along entrance
citrus (anything off limits by HOA put in pots?)
Distinguish your collection of terra-cotta by going large in scale. Oversize pots can house trees and shrubs and make a grand visual statement.
Earthy colors on the walls and beneath your feet create a Tuscan base, while potted plants, particularly citrus trees and herbs, create an edible container garden
These large oversized pots full of shrubs, herbs, and trees make you feel like they were pulled from the orangery or that you are approaching a Tuscan villa.
In a pot. Potted herbs and citrus trees provide a fragrant welcome to guests when placed around the front door.
“fruit trees” — quinns5n1
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Design Build: Tuscan Residence at The Bridges of RSF
Ideabooks2,912
Questions2
I've been searching for a weeping plant like those in the canisters. Can you tell me name of these or something similar that would survive in the sunny side of west Alabama?
What is the name of the plant that looks like a big green flower ?
what is the tall varigated plant behind the trailing plants
As far as succulents, I was going to suggest a donkeys/burros tail as well; I have some in a hanging pot that look sort of like that. They're sedum, and there
sedum you could probably find something that fits what you have in mind. Mine don't do well in direct sunlight, they preferfiltered sunlight. Another plant that might do well is creeping Jenny (not a succulent; a flowering evergreen perennial). I'm in New Orleans, pretty much the same climate- when mine
“Landscape” — corrietse
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
East Hampton
Ideabooks4,115
Questions6
What type of plants are in those pots?
Where can I purchase the large pots?
Where can I purchase the large pots in the photo or something similar?
where can I purchase these pots & Plants - what kind of plant is it?
12. Pot a pair of trees. Want to add major drama? Pot two trees in oversize pots and use them to flank a
potted banana trees for patio and front porch
Bring it home: Try palms in large pots for the same symmetrical framing effect.
12. Pot a pair of trees. Want to add major drama? Pot two trees in oversize pots and use them to flank a door or gate. Check with your local nursery to find out which varieties do well in your area.
“Beautiful space” — kailanakanishi
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