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The Artist Garden
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
Ideabooks1,882
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Mixture of plants and container plantings
container planting very attractive and tranquil
comfy bench - great potted plants
Plants in planters for back patio
the skinny trees and all green plants flowing out of pots
Ideas for plants in containers & ground.
Beneath the container planting is a very simple, formal design, that without the informality of that planting would make a very sterile area. In most contemporary roof and balcony gardens, you tend to find very regimented planting in a minimalistic design — rows of repetitive planting in identical containers
Up, up and away. Have a rooftop patio? Take advantage of vertical space by planting tall trees in large planters. The visual lift will make your rooftop feel like a real destination. Also, adding trees to a city roof is beneficial
“Flowers” — angiebarth
Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
Ideabooks3,722
Questions4
What Are the plants at the base of the fountain? Absolutely gorgeous!
propagating your own plants.Propagation: Once blooming is complete, the mother plant will produce small pup plants on the outer perimeter of its base. A bromeliad is a very slow-growing plant. The pups will take about six months to grow to approximately one-third the size of the mother plant. When the pups
pups reach that size, separate them from the mother plant. Allow the young plants to grow for at least six more months, after which time they could be mature enough to bloom. Other ConsiderationsAir purification: While most common indoor plants purify the air during the day, bromeliads release oxygen and
species.The Aechmea is one of the most resilient and longest lasting of bromeliads. The large, beautiful plant features a striking light-pink bract that can last up to six months, and the mother plant and her offspring can be relatively easy to keep for many years. How to Care for Your BromeliadTemperature:
“Zzz” — Patrick Kyaligonza
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks15,080
Questions7
What are the plants that you used
Who is the manufacturer of the outdoor light behind the pot planting?
I'd like to plant some of these ideas and I can't figure out how to copy the photo.
height, unique plants and drooping plants
The color of the pot & the plants
2. Bring in some plant life. Even if you don't have the space, time, or energy to have a summer garden, there are still plenty of easy and beautiful ways to incorporate plants into your home. A container garden is a perfect way to benefit from the beautiful flowers and herbs that flourish in the summer
combo will need regular tending: pruning and tip pinching to keep larger plants in line, and digging up, dividing and removing a portion of Sweet Potato Vine "potatoes" when they're dormant to keep them from crowding out the other plants.
“Fleur” — Isabelle Goyette
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks1,043
Questions2
What are the taller plants on the left side of the fence?
What types of plants are in this picture along either side of the walkway ?
gardens look to be newly planted when these were taken
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examples of plants along the fence
Height and type of plants, colours, fencing
Each plant typically has a mounding habit, creating a sense of uniformity. Lavender (Lavandula spp) and sedum 'Autumn Joy' (Sedum 'Herbstfreude') are planted throughout
narrow planting strip adjacent to the sidewalk lies beyond each homeowner's split-rail fence. Several plants are repeated through all the gardens, while there's still room for some unique choices. Color note: Shades of blue, lavender and green are repeated throughout. Plant selection: All the plants are
“courtyard” — flowersalwaysflowers
Schell Brothers
1 Review
The Kingfisher
Ideabooks2,420
Questions1
Hi, Just wondering what the bright green foliage under the Banana Plants might be? Love the contrast and would love to use them in my newly planned tropical garden Thanks!
Tiers different paver sizes Plants
Patio with lots of potted plants
Like the pots with banana plant
great pots and plants for the deck
“Pots” — Kimberly Roberts
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Design Build: Tuscan Residence at The Bridges of RSF
Ideabooks2,803
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
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
“Brick” — Natasha Gindin
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
East Hampton
Ideabooks4,045
Questions6
What type of plants are in those pots?
where can I purchase these pots & Plants - what kind of plant is it?
Like the plants in the pots for accents
plants -- statements!
potted plants on the terrace
Banana Leaf Plants! LOVE
Outside table and plants
banana plants in containers
for plants....Plants white walls...Like the plants...Oversized plantings...planter plants...potted plants...container plants...potted plants
“Pots” — kimakin
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Ideabooks14,563
Questions2
Piled up plantings at front door
Big palm plants behind billowy flowers
Varying Heights of plants and flowers and planters
Love the potted plant in the corner. For the front porch?
Wish I could plant like that
4. Pile up plantings. Plants are one of the easiest and most affordable ways to give your entrance a polished look, and they can enhance any effect you're going for. Mass tumbles of old-fashioned blooms in weathered tin or tole tubs for a cottage; stick with variegated greens and sleek containers in
also practical. You can fill it with enough water to water several plants, but not so much that it’s hard to lug and hard to pour. Watering cans are particularly good for container gardens and for overhead watering of individual plants that don’t mind getting their leaves wet.
“Plants in pot” — tsnel
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