1,830 plants planted in gravel Rustic Home Design Photos

Bruce Clodfelter and Associates
4 Reviews
Modern Tudor
Ideabooks7,837
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And are those boxwood? and any other plants you might name?? This is so lovely, thank you for sharing!!
to purchase plants . any advise would be greatly appreciated .
The floor is made of well compacted Alabama brown pea gravel. I haven't
what are the plants yopon and dwarf hameln grass and some type of artamisia?would really like to know . using this as
Dining on Gravel. Group plantings for cohesiveness
gravel base, simple plantings, tables and chairs
“pebbles instead of tile flooring” — devonmccloskey
jonathan alderson landscape architects, inc.
1 Review
Sustainable House
Ideabooks894
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nature smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect. So if you’re actively planting a new bed from scratch, consider what shorter plant to use in front
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow? Let them spread, get free plants, create a dense
nature smaller plants and seedlings are the mulch, in effect. So if you’re actively planting a new bed from scratch, consider what shorter plant to use in front
Plants are the best mulch. Why not let your self-sowing perennials self-sow? Let them spread, get free plants, create a dense garden full of life and shelter
and massed drifts, especially as a transition plant between ground covers and taller architectural plants like Indian grass or switchgrass. I find it quite
“Garden” — tignasse
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
Ideabooks4,017
Questions2
Plantes naturel avec petit sentier en pierre
gravel edged with rocks, interesting. Still can't walk on it in barefeet
I like the idea that the gravel is edged in rock so you cannot tell when it is "Messy"
Planting notes: Plant in mid to late fall or early spring.Place the tree about 10 to 15 feet away from other plants to accommodate its
gets established but be careful not to overwater. Browse more great design plants
“Concrete base” — Esther Suzuki Arnold
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
A Country Place
Ideabooks2,782
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I like the idea of areas with only plants and gravel.
pea gravel and like the rustic easy landscaping
pea gravel walkways, plantings and no grass
Pool with gravel paths...Path and planting...alt plants and gravel...Gravel walk...of the center plantings....The gravel pathes
“Great stone work - pool flows with stone - house included into stone and flow ... Great job!” — ricardovial
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,455
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gravel bed with pit dish, chairs, plants
I like the way Deborah uses natural plants as the boarder
Likewise, this mix of concrete and gravel is a safe platform for flame. Can you just hear the fantastic crunch of gravel underfoot as we approach this fire
How large is the pea stone gravel area?...gravel under the pit is a cool idea
“Interesting” — emilyt9
One Specialty Landscape Design, Pools & Hardscape
10 Reviews
Lakeside Garden - Custom Landscaping - Highland Village, TX
Ideabooks1,147
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Looks like pink muhly. You'll have to look up the plant to see if it grows in your zone. Could also be a pennisetum but it's hard to see......
ground covers and gravel. Good for entry to our new house
What is the gravel?...Purple plants...Purple fluffy plants...Texas friendly planting...Massed plantings...Like the plants
“hillcountry landscape” — lbertie
Hallberg-Wiseley
Outdoors
Ideabooks4,480
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paving stone with gravel AND plant filler
flag stone and gravel patio with creeping plants interspersed.
mix pebble and plant between stone pad...Gravel in between stones...gravel and ground covers mixed...Edging for the gravel...colours, planting, pillar tops...Stones and gravel...gravel, reflecting pools...gravel and sculpture
“Patio Chaise Lounges” — Payte Miller Interiors
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Eagle Nest
Ideabooks22,872
Questions3
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering
The garden. Like this idea of tall pots with plants in them.
traditionally require a lot of work, including planting, repotting, feeding and watering. If planted containers are part of your design, try to use the
walkway. The variety of plants used in each one adds interest, though using a single plant would work just as well.
Drip irrigation for outdoor plantings. Getting water to your plants with ease is very important.
Tall containers bring plants to a higher level, perfect
What plants are these? I love the look...square planting pots in a row...3. Plant a container garden. Although
“Black planters are exactly what I'm looking for” — Heather Williams Stoffle
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