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Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Ideabooks10,982
Questions6
favorite plant for years and yet it is so underutilized. Nice work!
Can you tell me the name of the plant with purple flowers.
I love the plantings, the way
way you used a lot of a single type in the beds. I especially like the purple flowers. What is the name of the plant with purple flowers that is to the left of the table in the above photo?
I can't describe the 1st time I ever saw it. It was planted in about a 10'x8' masse - took my breath away. It was at a memorial garden dedicated to the first responders at the nearby World Trade Center, now Ground Zero. This garden was planted and kept up by residents of Battery Park. I think I cried
Thanks for noticing. That plant is a Hardy Geranium called Rozanne.
“love the stone.” — norajaye
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
A Country Place
Ideabooks12,087
Questions3
raised plantings near pool (put near waterfall structure)
Could put steps going up hill in backyard with plants around it
Quite interesting use of circle around a plant.
Tall grass and plants
low stone fence with plantings
Planters plants...Tile and plants...Plants and shrubs...Circle w plantings...mass plantings
“really like this transition” — suespitler
Key Residential
9 Reviews
Caruth Home - Fall 2012/Winter 2013
Ideabooks9,416
Questions3
What climate or planting zone is this house located in. Would like to use some of these planting ideas in my Northern Ohio home.
wouldn't be able to answer questions about the individual plant hardiness. However, this home is located in Dallas, TX where the average minimum temp extreme is 10 to 15 degrees F, as compared to Northern Ohio extreme of -10 to - 15 degrees F. (USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map -- ...) We recommend discussing with
with a local landscape designer/specialist to ensure your planting is the right fit for your climate. Hope this helps!
Thank you for viewing our photos. We have some information on the trees/planting, but do not have the type of grasses. The beautiful landscaping was done by Jason Osterberger Designs.
“Bowl” — Stephanie's Designs
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks10,792
Questions4
your home from a feng shui point of view, you come to see that the principles have a lot to do with symbolism: Sharp corners suggest danger, dying plants are a sign of bad health and so on. What is your home telling you? Once you get the feeling for this, you can play around with applying your own feng
cures. Common cures that can be helpful in many situations include mirrors, octagonal shapes, crystals (especially hung from the ceiling), fresh green plants and water (running water for energy, deep, still water for contemplation).
your home from a feng shui point of view, you come to see that the principles have a lot to do with symbolism: Sharp corners suggest danger, dying plants are a sign of bad health and so on. What is your home telling you? Once you get the feeling for this, you can play around with applying your own feng
“Staircase - this configuration with this statement light piece, a window which goes from ground to 2” — aloytia
Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks9,140
Questions5
plants in planters in the loggia
this Mediterranean-style corridor in Rancho Santa Fe, California, anchor the space and accompany you on the visual journey to the end of the hall. The plants also help balance the juxtaposition of the larger arched windows with the smaller arched doorways. And the height of the Sansevieria allows them to
“Hallway” — Kendall Perkins
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks3,531
Questions0
fireplace outside, stairs on hillside, lavender mass planting...beautiful!
Lavender? Like mix of flowers as well as low water plants
Lavender mixes as well as it masses, so try combining it with other blue-tone plants such as blue fescue, or contrast it with lime- or yellow-foliage evergreens.
Lavender planted along these steps welcomes visitors, including butterflies, to the patio. This evergreen shrub does best in warmer climates, as winter cold or heat combined with humidity may cause problems. If that's the case where you live, try growing lavender indoors in a container.Tip: Harvest flowers
“I like the small size of this fireplace.” — Carol Watters
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
18 Reviews
Shed Garden
Ideabooks3,526
Questions1
what is the plant on crawling on the side of the building?
Bright yellow trellises flanking a shed door at the end of a vegetable bed are a nice accent for this small vegetable garden, providing support while adding a burst of color to the space. You can find plant supports to buy in all
trellis - provides height - plant with annuals
can find plant supports to buy in all sorts of colors, but you can also paint the traditional wood ones (and change the color to match your gardening mood every year). Tip: If you're growing berries near a walkway or door, look for thornless berries.
When vines or other climbing plants are placed
“trellis” — sachisnana
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks5,147
Questions6
the wall looks great! could you tell me what vine you planted that appears to be creeping up the wall? thanks!
Plant on the slope, grass below.
wall creates structure, plants will soften
sloped beds, plants, awn
Courtyard with front plantings.
Plants in front of wall
curved wall with plants
sloped plantings...climbing plants...mass plantings
“Stucco walls” — bethanyjames1
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