50,241 plants on walls Traditional Outdoor Design Photos

Blutter Shiff Design Associates
7 Reviews
Napa Residence
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I love your choice of plantings! Would you mind telling me what they are & are they sturdy?
I would also like to know the names of the plants.
elegant backdrop for plantings. Natural stone is the perfect foil for any type of planting. Here a low stone wall adds appeal to waving grasses and mixed flower beds, and defines the patio
Low water planting. Stone wall
stone retaining wall with unstained concrete
Patio with natural stone retaing wall
4. Provide an elegant backdrop for plantings. Natural stone is the perfect foil for any type of planting. Here a low stone wall adds appeal to waving grasses and mixed flower beds, and defines the patio.
“stone wall” — Jackie Weitzel
Danes Custom Homes
Lupton
Ideabooks5,022
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How are the living wall hangings constructed?
potted plants at an angle. The plants are watered via a capillary wick drawing water from the bottom of the tray holding the plants. The product is called a plant portrait , and is available through your local interiorscape/plants aping company. Other walls are made with plant pockets and planted using
using soil and plants. Still others (see photo are hydroponic systems. These are also available from your local interiorscaper.
The tiles. The plants on d wall.
Back wall of patio. Fountain and hanging greens.
plants on wall and water feature
beautiful on a plain blank wall. Charming
Good Idea for the wall besides the servant room
Fountain on side of garage wall
“rooftop garden” — kyrabruning
V.I.Photography & Design
5 Reviews
outdoor living
Ideabooks12,110
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How tall is concrete retaining wall and how was it built? Expense also
Could you please name the plants near the wall?
Who designed this project and/or chose the plantings? Beautiful!
Can these plants thrive in zone 9 az heat?
This is an 8 foot wall. Block with stucco cover with a brick cap.
The planter on the back wall and the green grass areas.
plant box , pavers, grass and space for furniture also high walls for privacy
“Plants” — marvillaus
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
Home Orchard
Ideabooks33,685
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to the wall? and also where you found the mesh baskets? LOVE the herb garden set up when space is limited Thank you
I have a western facing brick wall in the front of my home and I have been looking for some way to utilize it with plants. I was
I'd like to know more details about containers & attachment to wall!
Garden wall planters etc - herb growing?
plant boxes on the brick wall in the sun room
Nifty idea for an outdoor wall
patio sits just outside the home office, which Katz redesigned as an easy-to-access home garden. Old CD shelves hold pots of herbs and other plantings.
Plant herbs. Add herbs to your garden by popping in transplants of Mexican mint marigold, oregano, rosemary, sage, artemisia and all types of mint
“wall placements” — viddah
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks983
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I have a privacy boxwood fence that was planted about 50 years ago and now needs to be moved. Is this possible? They are about 12' tall and very wide ... great privacy fence ... hate to loose the bushes. Need anyones advice and answer would be helpful. Thank You ... Rosanne
wall w/ cascading flowers. lots of greens
retaining wall, trailing plants over wall
Plant lobelia and creeping thyme atop front retaining wall
those retaing walls rob will build.. Don't forget that you can plant on walls - certain species of creeping Thyme are good for this.
is a wonderful landscape plant. As part of an English garden, it can be trimmed into distinctive forms or left natural. It is also deer-resistant, making it an excellent choice for those areas where deer browsing is a problem.
“english garden” — Anna Lindenmuth
Leslie Rohrer
Stone work and perennial garden
Ideabooks850
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Fieldstone wall, flagstone walk, thyme, fountain grass, catmint, pergola entry gate.
stone wall and pathway, softened with plantings
Like the way the plants spill onto the walkway.
Path: dry stack wall, and stone path, and plantings.
Mediterranean plants: thyme, prostrate rosemary, cheddar pinks (dianthus gratianopolitanus).
Ground covers. Many of the shorter spreading plants generically referred
among others. Plant in well-drained soil.
ground covers can be grown in wall crevices
Ground covers. Many of the shorter spreading plants generically referred to as ground covers are well suited for planting in wall crevices or between
Nice selection of plants with rocks.
Ground covers. Many of the shorter spreading plants generically referred to as ground covers are well suited for planting in wall crevices or between boulders. Mediterranean plants are the best choice
“rock wall, path, good feel” — baileyspirit
Landscape Design Associates of Westchester, Inc.
Varios Plantings
Ideabooks1,905
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Did you build the stone wall yourself or hire a professional?
I love the look of the stone wall.
Love the wall is it dry laid? How deep is the wall?
The plants in front are Agastachae and the grasses behind are Maiden Grass, Miscanthus Sinensuis Gracillimus... Thanks, Bill
Nice retaining wall, beautifully and simply planted
backfill up to the house and have a wall
River stone wall with half pillar
the lavender plants and the sprouting grasses
plants in front are Agastachae and the grasses behind are Maiden Grass, Miscanthus Sinensuis Gracillimus.
“uniformity” — mariawydra
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Skyline Ridge Landscape
Ideabooks1,230
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Locating plants is very much dependent upon when the sun exposure is and for what duration. Many of the plants in this photo receive late afternoon sun and are therefore able to thrive and bloom. You must be very selective with plantings directly under the oaks as water demanding plants may induce
with how you irrigate under the oaks, avoiding spraying anywhere near the "crown" or base of the tree. On this project we used mostly Ribes species plantings irrigated with a drip system.
possible retaining wall and plantings in stone?
rock wall with timber steps and natural veg
natural mulch left alone, sparse plantings, retaining wall, rocks, path built with
“Shade plants” — ccferg
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