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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Page 27 of brick planter ideas
Love the use of container gardening and the pots as well.
idea of how you can have a variety of pots
I love mixing potted plants within the garden. This photo reminds me of a hidden garden in Italy.
Various size and shape of stone containers.
Lathouris' wife, Rosemary, set up colored tripods around the property to mark the flower color changes of her deciduous dahlia plantings.
negative impact of lawn on the wider environment, many are reversing this long-standing trend. Opt for native grasses, ground cover, vegies and flowering plants over lawn, and you’ll be creating a bio-diverse mini-ecosystem that’s good for the earth. The fossil fuels used to make fertilisers and pesticides
“As more people become aware of the negative impact of lawn on the wider environment, many are revers” — catherinelizabeth
Aaron Gordon Construction, Inc.
10 Reviews
Outdoor Deck and Garden
Plants that do not need tending for the most part...very necessary for this type of slope
5. Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed
Crazy quilt plantings on a slope
Retaining wall decorated by alternating plant boxes and
wooden steps leading up it, with a small terrace halfway as a pause point from which to enjoy the planting.
5. Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care is a great way to make a garden slope
Walk on the wild sidePlanting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants, rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care, is a great way to make a garden slope attractive without the need to clamber around on it with the secateurs every weekend. This slope has wooden
“slope” — njtovar
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Love black eyed Susie's and I have the mauve flowered plant in the foreground - they complement each other well
Plant Goldstrum with Frikart's aster or ornamental grasses.
Planting notes. Plant seeds in late fall or mid spring, in loose soil about an inch deep. Step on them gently and water regularly.Place plants about 18 inches apart. Dig a hole about twice the size of the plant. Remove plant from container, give it a gentle shake and place
tallBloom time: Summer to fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring or fall and remove spent blooms. Prune after the first killing freeze and mulch during the winter.How to grow Black-eyed Susan (rudbeckia)
To rejuvenate both your garden and your own gardening enthusiasm, why not plant some fall-blooming annuals
“plant choices” — barbliles
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Mountain Lodge, Planting
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 with a 'diving rock' hand selected and perched at one end. The south-facing terrace is defined by large slabs of
I like that they landscaped the slope and have a flat place to walk at the bottom. Idea for east side of our house (the side with the a/c unit.
Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a
evenly space plants, comment suggests two close together and then a third one twice the distance away
Hidden hammer head for backing out of garage and turning car around. Idea given to plant two plants close together
“echinacea in drifts” — Sycamore Design
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
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
Eclectic mix of plants, both in beds and in pots. "Billowing" feel.
Great idea for our dry continent
Ornamental grass in containers at step/path entry
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.
“front garden” — paulinenelson2306
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Please tell me what the tall stuff is---beautiful container!!!
I'm not 100% sure but this plant looks like it could be in the Salix family....possible Salix elaeagnos? or Salix purpurea nana? I hope this helps you find something close to the plant in the container.
Planter tie ring with various plantings
“flowers” — mary_schnabel
Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
What Are the plants at the base of the fountain? Absolutely gorgeous!
the plants in the bottom of fountain. I have a huge fountain & looking for ideas for the bottom & around it
planters along the wall and the plants in fountain not the fountain
An idea for next year. Flowers I saw at pen state
i like plants for my yard
Nice idea for a fountain or planter
round planting space around the fountain
of each species.The Aechmea is one of the most resilient and longest lasting of bromeliads. The large, beautiful plant features a striking light-pink bract that can last up to six months, and the mother plant and her offspring can be relatively easy to keep for many years. How to Care for Your Bromeli
propagating your own plants.Propagation: Once blooming is complete, the mother plant will produce small pup plants on the outer perimeter of its base. A bromeliad is a very slow-growing plant. The pups will take about six months to grow to approximately one-third the size of the mother plant. When the pups
“P” — Anamika Sachdev
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Vibrant Surroundings
What species are the tall large-leaf plant? Thank you!
a rather perfect idea of a spot for the plants.
Built-in planters vs. container garden inside?
Area for plants, lots of natural light, ponds for water feature or koi pond
an idea for our green house some day
I just love that patio set and the potted plants.
zones 9a to 11) is a banana relative that also has red leaves, but they are upright and give the plant the appearance of a shuttlecock. They can get quite large but will last a few years in a container.
How to Use Banana PlantsIn containers. Whether you lack the space, live outside the tropics or just need a dramatic focal point in your container arrangements, there are several bananas with the right size for the job. Super Dwarf Cavendish (Musa acuminata 'Super Dwarf Cavendish', zones 9b to 11) is
“I would have a daybed out here.” — charlottemyraposton
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