49 low maintenance plant Traditional Home Design Photos

Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
19 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Tough but airy, these low-water-use plants have lots of movement
Very low maintenance...exactly what I need!
Tough but airy, these low-water-use plants have lots of movement.Thriller: Fairy Tails Feathergrass (Pennisetum 'Fairy Tails')Spiller: Marnier's Kalanchoe
This is great, what plants did you use?...formula for grouping plants in a pot
“Tough but airy, these low-water-use plants have lots of movement. Thriller: Fairy Tails Feathergras” — dgabe
Schmechtig Landscapes
6 Reviews
Historic Formal Garden, Wilmette, Illinois
The perennial plant with the purple flowers in the foreground is Salvia 'May Night' and the one with the blueish purple ones behind them
ones behind them is Nepeta 'Walker's Low.'
I'm not a flower or plant guy, but these r very very nice
nepeta walker's low catmint, and salvia may night
with both royalty and serenity, purple is at home in any style of garden. Planted en masse, spiked purple flowers like salvia or Veronica make an elegant
“masses” — scotfree63
Formal Garden Design
what plant did you use to edge the boxwoods?
Tell me some hedge plants name what I have seen from your garden, Can I use also duranta as hedge plant
taller hedges are emerald cedar. I would also recommend yews as a hedge plant.
I love this. Very English. BUT too much clipping maintenance.
Background plants tall & airy white blossoms
I love the neat hedges forming areas in the garden, the white flowered plants to draw the eye down the path and the opened area at the far end.
high hedge of a dark plant such as European yew (Taxus baccata) would overpower a small site. It would be better to choose a screen plant that is less dense
Plan your hedges carefully These low hedges are cleverly positioned to draw the eye to the focal point in the distance
What is the name of the box plants
“Formal garden” — 3lululu
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
55 Reviews
West University
high trees against wall. gravel/rock on ground. pots of low plants below
Low plants for along master exterior wall to
planters,trees, wall, gravel...maintenance?
Like the plants pots and black driveway...Painted brick, fireplace and plants...plantings and brick wall...potted plants
“Trees for privacy” — bflaherty
Capital City Builders
3 Reviews
The Roosevelt - Capital City Builders
flat screen TV. The thoughtfully appointed landscape features low maintenance plantings Photo: BWI Images
Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Formal Garden Room
flowering beds. This is also a 'white garden' which has a wide variety of plants contributing to the bloom sequence
What is the grass-like plant inside the boxwood square?
Russian sage inside low boxwood might work?
l’odorat avec des plantes à l’odeur délicieuse et enivrante, - le toucher avec des plantes duveteuses, piquantes ou rugueuses,- la vue avec plantes de couleurs
Boxwood hedge + grass plant inside...Framing of taller plants with boxwood
“structure” — Patrick Carey
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
I like how dense you've planted the magnolias. How far apart did you plant them? Thanks!
I love this look and planted a row of "Little Gem" Magnolias
get too big/aggressive and disrupt our hardscaping. I noticed that you planted these close to the hardscaping too. Did you do anything special to let the
We do suggest a root barrier, but the Little Gem variety that you have planted has a less aggressive root system.
These are Southern Magnolias - Variety "Mig-Tig" - They were planted this size for instant privacy.
Little Gem magnolias planted as a privacy hedge
It might be expensive, but planting a solid row of magnolias or some other broad
Low hedge would look good in front of new retaining wall
Little gem magnolias, planted 7-8' from center Crape Myrtles
“magnolia trees” — lrwojcicki
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
40 Reviews
Casual Elegance in Westchester County, NY
I like the lushness of these plantings
the planting...Low trees...plant colors...Choice of plants...Low grass...container plants...perennial plants
“To heck w a lawn. Have a garden.” — katwollyung
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