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Garden Gates
4 Reviews
OLD METAIRIE RESIDENT
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Love the planters!! Could you pls tell me what kind of plants these are beneath the topiary?? Thx, Brett
Thank you. The pool, the fountain, the trees and the planters, all look fabulous.
would love to know what kind of plants are in the planters.
Thanks! Do you know the size of the planters?
planter in foreground and the plant inside
“tile” — moneeking
Gregg and Ellis Landscape Designs
3 Reviews
Rooftop Garden
Ideabooks260
Questions0
wall-mounted planters
small corner screen wall
hanging planters...Wall top...Wooden corner wall...Privacy wall
“small corner screen wall” — srogers1030
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Perfect Porch
Ideabooks2,949
Questions7
I am interested in the lights, both the hanging and the wall.
Wall mount shell planter
Incorporate circles on planter
Wall sconce...Wall lamps
“Light” — Pam Lucken
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Deborah Levy Designs
Deborah Levy Designs
Ideabooks258
Questions1
Love the planter! Where can I buy one?
That planter is older, you might want to look in consignment or antiques stores for something that is similar. I purchased this in an antique/junk shop and I retouched it with paint in the blue with the accents of gold. I still see these in certain antique stores that carry outdoor
outdoor container's, fountains, etc. It's actually a old wall fountain.
Something like this would be cool on fence or back of house mounted into brick.
Sweet potato vine in a small planter? How does it get enough water? Great
lion head planter with sweet potato vine.
Even if you have the tiniest balcony or patio, you can use the vertical walls to hang plants.
“Lion fence planter” — sarahsweis
Pella Windows and Doors
1 Review
Pella® Architect Series® hinged patio doors open design possibilities
Ideabooks752
Questions3
from the wall as columns or corner post?
Wall mounted planter
hanging sconce planters
hanging planters!!!...HANGING PLANTERS
“doors” — amystewart13
Bruce Clodfelter and Associates
4 Reviews
French Modern
Ideabooks1,440
Questions3
The planters are incredible. Would you share the source?
What type of trees are the ones in the planter boxes? Thanks!
the planter boxes are Trident Maples. Acer buergerianum. Not sure if they would survive in planters in zone 3
what type of trees are in the planters? I live in zone 3. Would these or a similar tree survive our winters in a large square concrete pot?
Hello, These planters were custom designed and fabricated for this project. They are constructed of western cedar and copper. There is a company that makes planters similar to these .... Best of luck with your project!
Love these planters with the cedar and black iron
“planters” — cheapskate1978
Traditional Patio
Ideabooks3,536
Questions1
Build planter boxes for along side of the bedroom wall.
Planter boxes combined with existing railing for Spencer St. Terrace.
6. Rooftop drama. I think rooftop gardens are one of the tougher garden design challenges. After all, it's really all about the view and the planters. I love the structured repetition of the evergreen shrubs and the contrast between the greenery and the city.
“Planter” — gbhville1
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
JD Garden, Hillsborough
Ideabooks6,494
Questions2
How do you prevent the wood from rotting at the bottom of the planter?
to shade cool-season vegetables. An in-bed trellis gives more flexibility than hardware-mounted external trellises. With your rolling planters, you can just change the crops you plant in that particular planter, but with a fixed bed, you have to rotate crops and their supports. You're exaggerating
soil, and the wood at the bottom of the planters is not touching the wood of the deck, it's boosted up on 2" steel frames. This allows water to drain out of the bottom of the beds and through the deck boards onto the ground below. Air circulation between the planter and the deck allows it to partially
partially dry between waterings. The wood at the bottom of the planters will eventually rot out, but the spacers slow the process.
“I could do this on my elevated porch where there is sunshine!” — mbuland
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