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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
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What are the red plants in the pots?
similar effect with several plants including Buxus microphylla var. japonica and Pittosporum 'Golf Ball'. There will be other plants which are suited to your area. When pruning into a ball, make certain to look at the plant from all directions until it's even.
The red plants in the pots are Imperata
Easy care plants DG path pops of color
A paved brick sitting area in the yard with pots of plants
fun times with plantings and pots.
Lathouris cleared a few radiata pine trees from the edge of the property to give the planting beds more sunshine. The pines were cut into bulky beams and used to build the family's home.
“Zero lawn” — Mark Cohen
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
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I love the Mediterranean feel...the planting along the path reminds me of one of my favorite plants sometimes known as Russian Sage.
nursery plants to be sure you get exactly what you want. Seeds take a long time to germinate and may not grow true to variety.
Les lavandesQue serait un jardin sans lavande ? Aussi jolie
qu’agréable pour son parfum, cette plante se décline en de nombreuses variétés. Pour les sachets à placer dans les armoires, on choisira la lavande vraie ou le lavandin. Elles peuvent aussi servir à confectionner d’excellentes tisanes pour dormir, nature ou avec du miel de lavande ou de tilleul. Ne jamais
“Lavender...does not like water” — East Chop Gardens
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
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What is the name of the plant that looks like a string of beads?
the hardiest of plants for outside
String of Pearls---potted plant that cascades
a ‘hanging’ garden decorated with a selection of trailing plants. Try ivy or string of pearls, and choose pots in similar materials for a cohesive effect.
CuriositéUtilisez un vieux buffet en fer forgé pour exposer et ranger vos plantes ainsi que vos outils de jardinier, un peu comme dans un cabinet
String of PearlsThe plant commonly called String of Pearls truthfully looks more like a string of peas. It has small spherical leaves about ¼ inch in diameter, "strung" on thin stems like beads, resulting in a truly unique specimen. String of Pearls prefers two to three hours of direct sunlight per day
“String of pearls (Senecio rowleyanus) but perhaps not the hardiest of plants for outside” — benjaminnel
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Mountain Lodge, Planting
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composition that ground the home and define a variety of spaces for family gathering, entertaining and quiet reflection. Large caliper trees were planted to compliment the surrounding mature trees, providing a sense of permanence and timelessness. An existing pond was augmented and expanded for swimming
Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military academy, then go for it — it’s your landscape. But I suggest going bold and emulating nature by staggering your plants, placing two
stagger plants by placing 2 close and a 3rd twice the distance away
6. Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military
“perennial grasses with mowed path” — marykoncak
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
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Love the cosy 'secret' courtyard edged in thick planting.
Red maples and plant choices. Love.
Rain rings. Big chunky plantings and multi level/ stairs. Very interesting
Aussie garden-drought tolerant
large plants in pots
Plant combinations...combo of plants...surrounding plants...container plants...potted plants
“lush and colorful” — jfhatami
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
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How many grey plants do you need to plant together to make these bundles?
Hi, Could you tell me the name of the creamy ball flowered plants in this image?
what name is the grey color plant? It looks very nick in
I believe that plant is Santolina chamaecyparissus 'Lemon Queen' (Common name Lavender Cotton).
Beautiful! Lamb's Ears spread quickly, so each of these clumps may have begun with just one or two plants each. I wouldn't plant this many together at once, but you won't have
have to wait long to get this look. If you want even speedier results (and don't mind thinning later), plant 2-3 per clump and sprinkle some seeds around them. There are many plants with soft gray leaves that go by the name Lamb's Ears, so check the tag for more info. Many of them have beautiful flowers;
“dwarf citrus in pots” — pspappano
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks1,820
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the property to mark the flower color changes of her deciduous dahlia plantings.
Mix it up for an eclectic lookTerracotta planters are a classic that never go out of fashion. Arrange a selection of various-sized pots and plant with succulents, cacti and grasses for an eclectic, homespun look.
The potted plants design
mixed plants with pots
succulent plant material
use of potted plants
container plants...potted plants...Aussie garden...Patio plantings
“lovely composition” — Yolanda Brand
Le jardinet
Secret Garden
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the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings, such as wood tones and soft greens
growing on it with the adirondack chair nestled among the plantings.
More simplistic privacy screen to support vine plants
The lines of the arbor and fence, and the mix of plants fit in with craftsman style, as well as being a secret place.
vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings, such as wood tones and soft greens.
This kind of a "fence" with all the plantings? I really
arbor may seem like an unlikely choice for a secret garden, but you can make it more secluded by shrouding the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings, such as wood tones and
“arbor” — stillwell1964
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