3,288 planting in fall Rustic Home Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,191
Questions1
These look like Aspen trees...bet it's beautiful in the fall although it looks beautiful now too!
Funnel breezes through your property. Plant a row of trees on one side of the house and a wall on the other side of the house, to create a wind tunnel. This will encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air
Funnel breezes through your property. Plant a row of trees on one side of the house and a wall on the other side of the house, to create a wind tunnel. This will encourage stronger cooling breezes through the property and around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air
If you are impatient for a beautiful path, you have options! One option is to plant fast-growing trees such as birch, poplar, aspen or willow. They do not have as grand of a presence as oaks, walnut or hemlock, but they give the same
“beauity” — auntvicki
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Spa in Pool
Ideabooks2,848
Questions2
pool & contemporary concrete and simple plantings
DO not like plants around pool
Like the look of the plants
Love the contrast of natural plantings and contemporary architecture of pool
I like plants on planters.
plants. Grasses and flowers
plantings - colors nice combo
pool plants...plant selection...plant combos...Pool deck, plants...potted plants
“The greenery” — lorraine_
Key Residential
9 Reviews
Caruth Home - Fall 2012/Winter 2013
Ideabooks8,940
Questions3
Caruth Home - Fall 2012/Winter 2013
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 -- http://planthardiness.ars.usda
usda.gov/PHZMWeb/) We recommend discussing 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.
“Combination” — slrathbun
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Private Paradise Portland Landscaping
Ideabooks4,588
Questions1
I love this look. Mostly because it is similar to my landscape already. Can you tell me what you used for the water falls? Liner, cement or? I always have trouble with it leaking. In another month or so I will be tearing mine apart.. It's been 3 or 4 yrs since its been up and going. It's either
More mulch with plants
Water fall and stone patio
landscaping few plants
Water fall...Rocks and plants....Water fall2...rock plants
“Water and corner seating” — zeshep
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks7,060
Questions2
Island. Comprehensive stormwater management strategies shape new landforms, resulting in elegant grading and thoughtful drainage solutions. Native plant colonies stabilize the site, regenerate habitat, and reveal wildlife patterns. Exquisitely crafted new masonry, built from an authentic palette of local
What are the majority of plants
I LOVE sweetfern. It's just an amazing plant... I've found it's fall color to be less reliable than other natives, but you just can't beat the scent and form of it.
I love your use of native plants. Here in the Midwest, I use a different palette of plants, but the effect is the same. Sweet fern
the plants....bayberry, hayscented fern, low bush blueberry, high bush
“back yard steps” — wood8981
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Private Paradise Portland Landscaping
Ideabooks13,856
Questions4
the living environment - surrounded by natures finest - for tranquil moments of reflection - (water feature, flagstone patio, stone pathway, native planting, private sitting area, pond, zen garden)
What type of plants did you use in this design?
pathway, native planting, private sitting area, pond, zen garden)
front garden water fall love it
More natural placement of plants, water, no area that needs mowing
“Jardin” — misspiejolie
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks4,187
Questions4
I want to hide the neighbors privacy fence and propane tank behind bushes and small trees. That means using plants that don't lose their leaves in the fall and winter.
how the plants are all over the place
Matching colour and element between the furniture and the plant. Small space creates a sense of intimacy.
You're enclosed by a densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles flicker in the lanterns. Wineglasses clink, and laughter fills the air. Who wants to spend time inside when this is the alternative?
The lush plants and the privacy of a small
especially with a huge condominium wall looming above the patio. Imagine how many lovely evenings have taken place here. You're enclosed by a densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles flicker in the lanterns. Wineglasses clink, and laughter fills the air. Who
“Nice wood table.” — adam4102
Fine Edge Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Weddington, NC waterfall renovation
Ideabooks5,137
Questions1
waterfall revision included using the existing river rock and adding several larger fieldstone boulders. In addition, we included many planting pockets since there were no plants along this waterfall.
Rock river with falls in yard
rockery water fall for the garden area
Water fall
“water feature idea” — cnuck114
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