211 silk plant Home Design Photos

Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
Ideabooks3,028
Questions6
We planted Shiroshima three years ago and the recent winter made major devastation in the plants. I read the plants tolerance for cold
a foot or so of space in between the walls so that I can use for putting plants init that will grow high (and quickly) to hide a shed that my back neighbors
bamboo type tall thin plant on left
“Pots at end of patio with bamboo” — David Burness
Brandon Architects, Inc.
11 Reviews
Acacia
Ideabooks8,108
Questions7
What are the plants in the rooftop planters?
balcony, wood soffits, soffit lights. Don't like roof plants
One of the cooler contemporary homes I've ever seen. The plants on the roof are really
planting in front of fence...Plants on roof...Potted plants...Plantes Up...Outside facade plants
“Balcony plants, handrail recessed” — paulk246
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
18 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks6,833
Questions4
Beautiful! What is that plant flanking the terrace? A type of bamboo or fern?
It is called Tapeworm Plant - Homalocladium platycladum
Tapeworm plant - homalocladium platycladumnext to house deck
front garden without lawn but a lot of green low growing plant. straw coloured grasses, large flag stones wide and narrow with pebble in
Let low-lying plants create a spacious foreground, then apply restraint by embellishing the garden with a few well-chosen accent plants.
“overall look” — lesliecarson
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown Phase II
Ideabooks3,642
Questions4
gravel and plants spotted into the gravel.
Plantings "invading" the pebbles and the water feature is interesting
to be created when it's used as a background for a strong architectural planting. If the blocks you use are not smooth or your preferred color, they can
Privacy Wall - slat overhang plant Virginia Creeper in pot and cover?
to be created when it's used as a background for a strong architectural planting.If the blocks you use are not smooth or your preferred color, they can
to be created when it’s used as a background for a strong architectural planting.If the blocks you use are not smooth or your preferred colour, they can
Here are plants I was mentioning
“water feature” — kathmayne
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks1,057
Questions2
Sideboard, plant and a mirror. Nothing else
Mirror and plant...Mirror and plants...of plants and gold frame...Plant entry
“Good use of large dresser and mirror” — lcorinth
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Ideabooks3,912
Questions5
What do you like about this photo? The plants
Like the color of the plants...flower plant
“Pavers” — fbanga
Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks25,008
Questions12
try planting trees or shrubs near the sidewalk, adding a porch or covering over your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near
least several years of growth to make the most of your investment. Make planting a priority early on, and be sure to seek out expert advice on the proper
welcoming visitors. If you have a busy street in front of the house, try planting trees or shrubs near the footpath, adding a verandah or partially concealing
concealing your front steps, or placing heavy statues or large potted plants near the front walk. Pathways should be gently curving to the front door, rather
“door” — hhudson20
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
53 Reviews
West University
Ideabooks807
Questions3
Like the plants pots and black driveway
high trees against wall. gravel/rock on ground. pots of low plants below
potted plants...plants and wall
“Trees and pots feature” — Linda Tillman
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