41,209 planting container Traditional Home Design Photos

Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
These are beautiful plants...Do you know their names? I would like to make one myself!
The purple plant is a Euphorbia ... perhaps 'Purpurea'. I don't see Potato Vine, but I do see Sedum 'Angelina'
the plant that is the tallest and a bit orange is a coleas, the bright green in front are sedum and potato vine.
Like the plants and pots for patio
plantings in color pots & color of concrete pots
Easy gardening. Potted plants. Contained & organized.
Plants only in planters and not in ground
7. Bring red into mixed plantings. Containers pop with contrast in this Seattle garden. For maximum impact, pair red or burgundy coleus with golden sweet potato vine in tubs and mix in bright pink annuals for added punch.
“Container garden” — sandrapapas
Le jardinet
High performance, low maintenance annuals
Container garden for morning sun Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
Container garden for morning sun Design and photo
affect of the purple plant against the green ivy like plant..
Love the look of this container wothout the tree.
I like the combination of plants and the
Design ideas: Allow Bonfire to send out dozens of orange sparks from a densely planted container. This image shows the Arakawa Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Arakawa') underplanted with deep red coleus, chartreuse and bronze sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), and Bonfire begonia. It also pairs well
“Planter” — rhiannonludington
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
Classicnursery.com jan 2012 uploads
What types of plants and flower are used in this pot?
What are the exact flowers/ plants in this pot please?
I would like to replicate this pot, but need help in identifying the plant/flowers. What is the green leaf in the middle, previous reply mentioned potato vine being in there, is that solanum
Wizza, the red plant is common geranium, the purple one begonia or verbena , the light leaf probably potato vine....best wishes to you....
Love the colors and flowers in this container
MatisseThis container shows the spirit of Matisse in its exuberant planting. The mixture of cosmos, impatiens and verbena in an informal mass clearly shows how the complementary colors work together.
Lose inhibitions to create the perfect baroque-style planter. I suppose the planted container has been
“planter” — rominare
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
What plants are in this container garden?
What's the name of the climbing plant?
It is Bluestone. The stone is mortared onto a concrete foundation which contains heating cables to keep the steps and landing free of snow and ice during the winter.
Haden. Line green plant and begonias
Love this photo of a garden in a container.
Love the potted plants framing front door
“Mums” — colleen1229
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Sun room
What is the large plant with the white flowers?
Love the large terracotta pot and plant, piled up with babys tears trailing over might look good
This is a nice dining space, plants inside and stone floor.
extra humidity by misting the leaves daily and consider placing the plant's container on a shallow water-filled tray lined with small stones, so the pot stands on the stones but not in the water. During the cool seasons, many plants naturally become dormant or grow at a very slow pace. Watering should
you decide to make a permanent home indoors for plants usually seen in the garden. The collection seen here is stunning and unique as well as unexpected. Diligent trimming maintains the compact forms and shows off the plants' gorgeous hues. The 3 main plants thriving in this sunroom:The Purple Heart vine
“brick porch” — bsr0454
Old Farm
I lived in Ohio and it bloomed in 3 years. I would estimate the above growth to be spring of the plant's second season if it was planted from a pot.
Blue Moon wisterias, new deck with pergola planned for next year. Will put them in containers and grow indoors over winter in Canada
lanterns and hanging plants from their rafters.
wisteria leaves soften a pergola, blurring the lines between hardscape and garden. Start from grafted plants vs. seedlings for quicker blooms. Wisteria is best suited to USDA climate zones 5-8. Train new plants by choosing one or a few stems to form a leader and clip off unwanted starts that sprout from the
to $1,000 in lumber. These architectural structures define outdoor rooms, and you can suspend items like candleholders, paper lanterns and hanging plants from their rafters.More: DIY: Turn Your Carport Into an Outdoor Dining RoomOutdoor Rooms: The Perfect Pergola
“Patio” — betsyspohn
ZH Design
10 Reviews
Central Pennsylvania Country Home
meadow surrounding this traditional home and a woodland border, this property called for a diversity of planting and shaping of the outdoor spaces. The plant palette consisted of more traditional plants and those of the old paired with many native species to the eastern coast. A deck at the rear of the
Hello! I love this beautiful garden you've built! Could you please name the plants on this picture? I'm a beginner in gardening and I live in the same area, so I'd like to plant some of these in my garden as well. Thank you!
feature is amsonia. The large evergreen to the right of the water pump is a birds nest spruce. In front of the spruce is catmint and the grasslike plant at the very bottom is liriope. I hope this helps you. Good luck with your garden. Best, Zach
“pump” — email1234
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
These photographs were taken of the roof deck (May 2012) by our client and show the wonderful planting and how truly green it is up on a roof in the midst of industrial/commercial Chelsea. There are also a few photos of the clients' adorable cat Jenny within the space.
what is the green plant on the fence, ivy? thanks in advance
I'm sorry I can't answer that as I don't deal with the plants themselves - just the space. Thank you for your interest.
I would also like to know what the trailing plant is that is on the fence and on the arched trellis? Thank you!!!
Seating area and fence with plants
Trellises are another way to plant vertically, although it can take years for plants to climb and fill them in. The solution: Create lush layers with a low hedge in a raised planter box.
“horitzontal” — melwessel
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