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Peter Glass & Associates
Shellcove
Ideabooks429
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This leaf lounge chair fits beautifully with the surroundings
loungers can completely transform the look and vibe of your poolside area. This Leaf Lounge Chair has an organic designer feel to it that instantly gives this
The leaf chair...The Leaf Lounge Chair
“Luv the seat” — Linda Buchanan
MJM Design Group, Inc.
Pool Design
Ideabooks6,795
Questions4
Hi Matthew, The name of that plant is Split Leaf Philodendron (Philodendron Selloum). It can grow to about 6-7' tall with a spread of 6'. It is cold tolerant
of the first plant in the right of the picture. the one with large green leafs and any size facts you could provide. thanks so much
in the back are Firecracker Plant and the plant to the right are Split Leaf Philodendron. Thanks for inquiring.
“Jungle fever” — capper5
Agricultural Services
Mountain Brook Estate
Ideabooks2,208
Questions0
one of the oldest cultivars of southern magnolia. It has rich dark green leaf tops with brown undersides and grows 30 to 50 feet tall and 15 to 30 feet
one of the oldest cultivars of southern magnolia. It has rich dark green leaf tops with brown undersides and grows 30 to 50 feet tall and 15 to 30 feet
“swimminpool tiling pattern” — untimated
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa Powell / New Leaf
Ideabooks395
Questions1
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa Powell / New Leaf
Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2014 Houzz Design: New Leaf Construction
“Pas sur” — jeanfrancoisdrouin
C.O.S Design
7 Reviews
Balaclava Road Project - C.O.S Design
Ideabooks8,052
Questions9
deal with leaf litter and avoid the need for manual cleaning.
That one is called Rhapis excelsa commonly known as the Rhapis Palm or Broad leaf Lady Palm
“main house looking out into pool” — samerelmasri
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Island Modern
Ideabooks5,398
Questions4
your pool, be sure to choose plants that are clean and don't drop too much leaf litter into the pool. Palms, bromeliads and cordylines are great choices
your pool, be sure to choose plants that are clean and don't drop too much leaf litter into the pool. Palms, bromeliads and cordylines are great choices
“Love the lush foliage. A bit tough with our california summer.” — Girasole Sonoma
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
Ideabooks763
Questions1
after 05
“Pool and deck” — Lyle Jacobs
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks7,362
Questions3
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
“too wild” — sfconway
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