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Schwartz and Associates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Planting Details
Ideabooks6,476
Questions3
love the plants Would like to know what is called and can I find it in the uk Joy
Would you like to know the plant names? Which part of the design are you looking for?
Hi. What are the tall snake ean or asparagus like looking plants please
like this wall and the plantings in it to soften it.
The way cacti is planted among the rocks
love the agave and the plants
love the plantings in the wall
Tropical feel using low water use plants
I like spaces where the plants can grow.
“for holes in cement wall” — mat311
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,397
Questions3
Planting annuals around base of plant
BrugmAnsia with other plants in same container
front patio plant ideas. height
the plant arrangement
Pretty potted plants
patio plants...potted plantings...The pots and plants...Potted plants...pots of plants...Pots and plants...Pot plants...Orange plant...trumpet plant...pots with plants...Tall plant...container plants...potted plants
“large containers” — pdebbie
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Hillside
Ideabooks8,308
Questions2
tolerant planting provide a gracious transition between the built environment and the adjoining openlands. Michele Lee Wilson Photography
Good color in the plants and they look
to the plant you're interested in.Moisture. Even the most drought-tolerant plants need regular watering while their roots develop, and some plants must have a constantly moist or wet soil to survive. Do your site conditions match the needs of the plant you're interested in?
Will the Plant Grow Where You Want to Plant It?Is your garden hot, dry and subject to all of Mother Nature's vagaries, or is it a shady, cool and damp cocoon? Read the plant's label thoroughly to see if it will be compatible with your site. The information you need to confirm includes:USDA hardiness zone
“Garden ideas” — Theresa Trueheart
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Front Garden
Ideabooks12,732
Questions5
green plant next to the tree, what is it?
what is the tall plant next to the house
to the plant next to the tree trunk....It looks more like Brunnera macrophylla to me. Google brunnera foliage because there are many different cultivars. They like shade or part/shade, have blue flowers in spring and are very hardy. I like the cultivar 'Jack Frost' which has a really silver leaf and brightens
love the mass plantings in different
all the plants and the bench
I like the fullness of the plants
Tall plants in back, color in front
The combination of short and tall plantings is appealing.
you want plants that thrive under benign neglect, or are you willing to take on specimens that need a lot of care and attention? Will you need paths, pavers or other hardscaping? How do you prefer to water? A little direction will help your pro fine-tune your options. At the same time, allow room for creativity
“Lush” — Jen Handler
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
Ideabooks4,204
Questions2
The plants in this photo are Japanese Silver Grass, English Lavender, and Lamb's Ear.
plants soften the edge of terrace
this grass is a good mid height planting & soft looking but solid as well
I like the plants in this - not sure if it is low water or not...SC // I like the lavender
The planting here is a lovely mix of the tall grass Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' with lower ground cover plants, including Santolina pinnata, Stachys lanata and English lavender
Plants are named in info section
edging plant to set off larger yellow-green plants. The contrast makes a defined line and lifts the eye up to the focal-point plant.
the planting nor the paving overpowers the other. The planting here is a lovely mix of the tall grass Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' with lower ground cover plants, including Santolina pinnata, Stachys lanata and English lavender blurring the path edges.
“Round yellow flowers” — eschannep
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks4,580
Questions0
4. Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their
Love the plants used & graceful white rock paths delineated by rocks that meander throughout & tie into rock wall.
names plants - use of stone
sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do this in large or small spaces; it’s just that the smaller the space, the less variety you should have — you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety
“The layout of the garden” — timcaldera
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
5 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks3,188
Questions3
What is the name of the large plant?
We apologize, but the beautiful plant was purchase by the homeowner and we do not know the name.
Window plants: I'd put window plants in a bay window in a living room with lots of sunshine.
Mist the plant with water or place it on a bed of rocks sitting in water. The water in the tray will evaporate, providing humidity for the plant. Additionally, bird of paradise likes to be pot bound; it will bloom better this way. So if you divide the plant or move it into a larger pot, it may take several
problem of a plant that's lacking height while you're waiting and hoping for it to grow: a plant stand, a small low table, a stool of some kind or maybe even a few cinder blocks if your decor (and your spouse?) can handle them. Just don't forget to fertilize so you can send those cinder blocks on their way
“masterbedroom” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
ecocentrix landscape architecture
19 Reviews
Encino Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks6,919
Questions3
What are the taller plants near the wall?
I also would love to know the spiky plants by wall and the grass in the foreground. Thanks.
Beautiful concept, what are the small plants in the foreground?
does this plants need? Can they survive with little frost in winter?
background plant Furcraea macdougalii. It's truly fantastic in this blue garden, but can be in short supply in succulent nurseries.
geometric - love the spikey plants in the background
LOVE these plants for the front yard!!!
WHITE WALL GIVING PRIVACY, GREEN STRIKING PLANT AGAINST WALL, MASS PLANTING IN FRONT AND PATHWAY
glaucous planting scheme fills the space with pattern and texture. The rhythmic, linear planting puts movement into the design and emphasizes the pattern clearly.
“Blue grass for scott” — Tovi Mosey
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