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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
built in bbq space with outdoor sink?
Plantings around deck
relaxing outdoor space
Check the pots...Outdoor area...Outdoor kitchen...textures of plants...Outdoor pergola....Outdoor fireplace...potted plants...outdoor dining...outdoor fireplace...container plants
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MB DESIGN & BUILD
Roof top deck
Will a cutting from a potato plant grow roots in a water container?
What is the green container plant with light green draping leaves
what is the green container plant with the draping leaves
what kind of plants are there? for what light/sun conditions ?
have used lovely outdoor furniture for years in So. Cal. And my cushions stand up very well. I take them in to a shed when possible but the secret is to buy (or have custom made) only Sunbrella ( my opinion of the best) cushion material and be sure that the filling materials are all outdoor quality which
Yes it will. You can also plant grocery store bought sweet potatoes but you will probably not get this color.
Raise the plantsCreate a chic, well-ordered, city garden by raising plants off the ground with elevated wooden planters. This has the double benefit of creating maximum floor space in a small garden
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Southern Estate
possibility of getting a single olive tree or large plant in salmon concrete pot we have, around pool
Lappool with palm trees in pots
If it was outdoor...Pot plants...potted palms...potted plants...container plants
small chair / tables with plant
flower pots on top of the rail
Painted outdoor furniture
Plant boxes...Color and plants...flower pots...potted plant...container plant
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
Less Lawn More Garden
My back yard will be sunny as it faces north but this could easily be adapted to sun loving plants also. What is your opinion on this and what plants would you recommend?
This is just BEAUTIFUL! What plants did you use? Thanks soooo much.
Hello imahunch, no, the Red Twig Dogwood are small shrubs, the Japanese Maple is the tree - largest item in the this planting bed.
local nursery or searching here on HOUZZ. Someone with more knowledge of your specific climate and site conditions will be better suited to help you on plant recommendations for your property. Good luck with your project! Robert Welsch Westover Landscape Design
Again, curved beds with plants that go well with each other.
this is nice. i could put color in it with potted plants.
Peter Wodarz, Milileu Design
I am wondering what the plants are that have been used? the collection looks fantastic together
Can anyone identify the plants? Would love to recreate this this! Thanks, Susan
and now am trying to decide on what kind of mulch to use. Lots of plants/bushes- should I use a weed block material? What kind of mulch will work in Maryland? Thank you so much for your help! Susan
What are the front border plants please
I think the white plant may be Lysimachia ephemerum, a white or silver loosestrife.
From what I can make out. Ground cover to front of bed is Pachysandra Terminalis 'Variegata, On right I think blue plant is Lavandula hidcote, but don't worry
worry it will work in this planting too. Roses look like "carpet rose" Grass to rear Miscanthus sinesis, Near railing Acer palmatum Garnet. To the right of the acer looks like Buxus which is also on opposite side of steps too. White flowers :D I will have to come back to you on it, I just cant remember
Wallace Landscape Associates
Chester County Farmhouse Landscape
posts with pots on either side of gate in driveway
pillars with pots on either side of gate
Columns with pot on top and gate
Yellow plants - coronation gold yaroow Achillea
In the tapestry style of planting, drifts of perennial plants were interwoven, giving months of color from early spring to late autumn. These
of planting, drifts of perennial plants were interwoven, giving months of color from early spring to late autumn. These were very effective but also very labor intensive. A large amount of staking and creating support for the larger species was required, as well as splitting and replanting plants regularly