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Shoman interiors LLC.
6 Reviews
Bellevue house
Can someone please tell me what plant is potted in the container? It looks like a white bird of paradise or perhaps a banana variety but I've never seen that beautiful coloring on the leaves.
love banana plant in blue pot
The placing of greenery and pots and Furn
Beautiful vases and stunning foliage and flowers.
“Pot colors and plants” — eneri171
Kim Gamel
4 Reviews
Stern Pool Deck
While ornamental peppers do flower, their glossy purple leaves and fruit are what make this plant a late-season knockout. While the peppers are technically edible
While ornamental peppers do flower, their glossy purple leaves and fruit are what make this plant a late-season knockout. While the peppers are technically edible, they're extremely hot and not recommended for consumption. 'Purple Flash', seen here in the center, grows into a bushy mound approximately
“blend of textures” — Elizabeth Auppl
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
7 Reviews
Country Estate I
big wooden flower pot
“Planyd” — trudijohendricks
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Plantings in pots Color &shape of ppts
Love that watering can and the large planter
2 large pots, then 1 chair with plant
and sleek containers in a modern setting. For a traditional house, create a symmetrical grouping of palms, ficus or roses in ceramic or terra-cotta planters.
Watering CansThere is nothing more charming than a watering can perched on a porch or by a potting bench. It’s also practical. You can fill it with enough water to water several plants, but not so much that it’s hard to lug and hard to pour. Watering
plusieurs plantes mais pas trop, de manière à ce qu’il soit facile à porter et à verser. Les arrosoirs sont particulièrement adaptés aux jardins en pots et pour arroser par le haut les plantes qui supportent bien d’avoir leurs feuilles mouillées.
“flower pots” — lrabon68
Traditional Patio
Flower pots & patio cover area
the middle and flowers to fill space
These stone planters look perfectly suited to a traditional setting. Whether you want your container garden to make a statement or blend seamlessly with its environment, choosing the right material and style will make it your own. See more garden containers and plantersTell us: What's your favorite
“Stairs” — jordanweiner
Culligan Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
Churchill Place
feels inviting and looks beautiful. .flowers, greenery are lovely!
Full yard, plants and pots together
To cover stumps, lots of potted flowers
potted plants caldiums and pansies etc
Front yard potted plants
planters for courtyard
Love the potted flower
Outside flower pots...Pots de fleurs...flower arrangements...Pots flowers...Pots in courtyard...potted plants...The pots w flower...color in pots...CHARLIS FLOWERS...pot ideas...potted plants
“Pots in courtyard” — carolerusch
house and pots along the fence
side return dining area, pot plants
Landscape: Dining area, boxwoods in pots
flower pots for back patio
boxwoods in planters
Long narrow with planters
I like the pot plants
Boxwood in large planters
Love the flower pots...
Plants n pots rounded
Boxwood in pots, along fence
buxus pots lined up!
row of planter boxwoods
Bushes pots...potted hedge...Potted plants...line of pots...Pots with boxwood...hedging in pots...Plant pots/trees...Like pots...love the pot plants...scrubs in pots...Nice fence and pots...potted plants
“Dining arrangement” — gcsla32
Arbor Hill Interiors
5 Reviews
A place for relaxing
Jennifer, the planters with the cuff were called "Bondero" Round Planters; those without the cuff were "Vallarella" planters. All were from their Lite weight category. Hope that helps. --Carol Arbor Hill Interiors
BIG pots for flowers. Good for all kinds of decor year round.
Look at d plants in d pot
Love the idea of planters with those gorgeous colored squash!
“Black pots” — Natalia Jackson
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