30 rosette Traditional Outdoor Design Photos

Bloom Garden Design
Mission Valley Front yard
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Echeveria is rosette forming, with fleshy green leaves in colors ranging from green to gray-green to purple, with colored tips and other quirky accents augmenting its playful
Distinguishing traits. Echeveria is rosette forming, with fleshy green leaves in colors ranging from green to gray-green to purple, with colored tips and other quirky accents augmenting its playful
Echeveria Zorro Dis­tin­guish­ing traits. Echev­e­ria is rosette form­ing, with fleshy green leaves in col­ors rang­ing from green to gray-green to pur­ple, with col­ored tips and other quirky
Distinguishing traits. Echeveria is rosette forming, with fleshy green leaves in colors ranging from green to gray-green to purple, with colored tips and other quirky accents augmenting its playful demeanor. The color remains strong year-round, and even in the dark grays of winter, your garden will receive
“Save for wee house roof” — sarahsmiles
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
9 Reviews
Warren Avenue
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Constructed of solid mahogany and artfully sporting hand-carved rosettes, this piece was inspired by an antique Indonesian hanging bed. Architect Richard Bubnowski reinterpreted the antique-bed idea, making a more contemporary
Constructed of solid mahogany and artfully sporting hand-carved rosettes, this piece was inspired by an antique Indonesian hanging bed. Architect Richard Bubnowski reinterpreted the antique-bed idea, making a more contemporary version that tied in with the mahogany beadboard ceiling and other design
“Sleeping porch” — sheriehawley
J. Peterson Garden Design
container plants
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well, even though they are labeled "ornamental." Their popularity is due to the intense colors and textures, with the cabbages forming flower-like rosettes and the kale forming a looser, leafy growth.
well, even though they are labeled "ornamental." Their popularity is due to the intense colors and textures, with the cabbages forming flower-like rosettes and the kale forming a looser, leafy growth.
well, even though they are labeled "ornamental." Their popularity is due to the intense colors and textures, with the cabbages forming flower-like rosettes and the kale forming a looser, leafy growth.
“Kale” — qtram
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
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overwater or allow the plant roots to stand in water. Tank-type bromeliads have a natural reservoir that can hold water in the "cup" at the top of the rosette or in the leaf axils at the base. To prevent stagnation and mineral salt buildup, if you provide water in this way, flush these areas by pouring fresh
“Zzz” — Patrick Kyaligonza
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
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Cabbage and Kale What were once underappreciated vegetables have found their niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look like transplants from a giant’s garden. Grow them just as you would their edible cousins
Cabbage and Kale. What were once underappreciated vegetables have found their niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look like transplants from a giant’s garden. Grow them just as you would their edible cousins
Cabbage and Kale What were once under appreciated vegetables have found their niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look like transplants from a giant’s garden. Grow them just as you would their edible cousins
“Purple” — chronicresearcher
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Sun Room
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and could change up colours of pillows and accessories. This would create warmth and coziness during the colder months. Would also add a ceiling rosette to the like fixture.
“I like the transom” — chample1
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
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rosette waterfall
“Pretty” — tookie_54
Le jardinet
High performance, low maintenance annuals
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interest I would add in one of the deep burgundy ground cover succulents such as sedum 'Blaze of Fulda' (Sedum spurium 'Fuldaglut'). The dark red rosettes would play off the similarly colored throat of the Superbells.
“sedum Blaze of Fulda” — Beth Greeley
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