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Modus Custom Residences
British West Indies
Ideabooks8,294
Questions4
That spikey red plant is so pretty. Would you please tell me the name?
red thai plants mixed with the banana plants for the side of my house
Cordyline " red sister"
Red grass and palm...red plants
“Cute” — Iona Howie
ras-a, inc.
7 Reviews
p_House
Ideabooks4,918
Questions6
(with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw. The ground cover is blue senecio mandraliscae (not pig face).
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily. It gets one very large red flower on one very very tall stem, each year. Quite beautiful. The red flowering
“Live sculpture.” — newhousealameda
tumbleweed and dandelion.com
5 Reviews
Vintage-Inspired Inglewood Cottage
Ideabooks26,538
Questions5
Lovely cottage style colors. Love the use of turquoise & red!
love the red door and shutters
Red door...Red and White...red front door
“Railing!!” — Jenny Hayden
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks4,242
Questions3
Red brick square for turtle pond
bluestone with red brick
red brick wall ?...Red brick planters
“Brick & stone” — Biviano Carpet One
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks2,007
Questions0
sustainable. Here a pathway lined with bechtel crabapple (Malus ioensis 'Flora Plena'), golf ball kohuhu (Pittosporum 'Golf ball', zones 8 to 11) and red claws (Escallonia macrantha, zones 8 to 10) beckons visitors.
sustainable. Here a pathway lined with bechtel crabapple (Malus ioensis 'Flora Plena'), golf ball kohuhu (Pittosporum 'Golf ball', zones 8 to 11) and red claws (Escallonia macrantha, zones 8 to 10) beckons visitors.
Here a pathway lined with bechtel crabapple (Malus ioensis 'Flora Plena'), golf ball kohuhu (Pittosporum 'Golf ball', zones 8 to 11) and red claws (Escallonia macrantha, zones 8 to 10) beckons visitors.
sustainable. Here a pathway lined with bechtel crabapple (Malus ioensis 'Flora Plena'), golf ball kohuhu (Pittosporum 'Golf ball', zones 8 to 11) and red claws (Escallonia macrantha, zones 8 to 10) beckons visitors.
“walk ways” — Rogers Atebe
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
3 Reviews
Back Porch & Backyard of Reynold's Residence @ GregMix.com
Ideabooks2,700
Questions6
White birch stain on red cedar sherwin Williams
umbrella red/crimson
red umbrella...red sun umbrella...red umbrella
“floor” — aerucker
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Ideabooks17,646
Questions3
those plants will all do well as long as you have enough moisture e.g. western red cedar & alder forest not doug fir. Planting under any large trees is tough with root competition, but moisture seekers like western reds and alders tend to colonize in wetter areas - so even with the root competition
those plants will all do well as long as you have enough moisture e.g. western red cedar & alder forest not doug fir. Planting under any large trees is tough with root competition, but moisture seekers like western reds and alders tend to colonize in wetter areas - so even with the root competition
space. We could use this as our jumping off point for a lush look and tailor it to the scale of your garden. The urn in the background represents the red urn I am suggesting for this design concept. No bench needed for your space.
“Bench” — stoligirl
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Ideabooks3,297
Questions3
Greetings! Thanks for you inquiry and our apologies for being so long in responding! The roof is sheathed in Western Red Cedar, while the walls are clad in Eastern White Cedar shingles.
I don't like these oranges and. Reds
varity of red, yellow and gold colors, plants low to ground along path
Red/yellow plants...Red shrubs 1
“Natural Color” — mroloff
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