521 flowers and plants. fountains Transitional Home Design Photos

Zaremba & Company
4 Reviews
Quarton Garden
Ideabooks2,743
Questions1
neat idea for a fountain where the lights are.
The stones and easy to maintain plants
beautiful retaining wall with plants above
The low plant in front of boxwood (or holly)
Raised wall plant bed
Plants with white stripes
fountain gras
“Jjj” — k16m
Todd Haiman Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Blue Bench
Ideabooks1,121
Questions0
of flowering grasses and the lacy flowers of cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris).
Minimum mowing and wild flowers in the
while the squares under the trees have converted to meadow, with an abundance of flowering grasses and the lacy flowers of cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris).
search for low growing native flowers that are not too invasive and just mow paths around apple grees and maybe in the front yard too
Meadow Lawn - search for low growing native flowers which are not too invasive
create a meadow lawn. The paths are still closely cut while the squares under the trees have converted to meadow, with an abundance of flowering grasses and the lacy flowers of cow parsley
closely cut while the squares under the trees have converted to meadow, with an abundance of flowering grasses and the lacy flowers of cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris).
“Outside the fence” — kriscassat
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Noe Valley Living Room
Ideabooks6,624
Questions12
Love the vase and flowers. Please tell me where to purchase them.
Can you please tell me where to buy the vase and flowers. Love this!
What are the flowers or pods in the vase on the mantle?
Can someone please tell me where to buy this vase and flowers? Love this look and want to recreate it with my mantel.
Round mirror and large flower display
I think the flowers are green craspedia
Mirror and flowers infront of it.
For a perfectly styled mantel, create a balanced and curated composition. We see only a tall flower vase, a round mirror and a small cluster of objects here. That trio offers a strong geometry, with different shapes arranged to form a larger triangle
“Mantel decor” — whatsthedeal
Zaremba & Company
4 Reviews
Quarton Garden
Ideabooks797
Questions2
The plants in the planter soften the hard edges.
Like low planting softening hardscape
Like the heather plants
retaining wall border plants
Planting around patio
rocks, whispy plants
Structure with plants
Mass plantings of grasses
Grasses & perimeter plants
Love fountain grass...Plant formation...Plants around patio...fountain gras
“ornamental grass” — chrisji
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks21,025
Questions8
Love the floor pots and plants
Potted Plants for Master Porch / Front Porch
My favorite part about this patio is all the texture! Bricks under your footsteps, shake siding to your side, glossy planters down low, manicured plants reaching upwards — all things that make this outdoor retreat deserving of an open-door policy.So, are you ready for a bedroom with outdoor access in
a godsend in cold climates — they can lend your home some much-needed freshness when everything else has withered. Even if you don’t have bushes planted in the ground, you can still add big pots of boxwood for a dose of green on your porch or front steps. Crisply trimmed shapes look especially polished
“the open wall” — Anna Goldsworthy
Gwendolyn Johnson Design, LLC
3 Reviews
Philadelphia Magazine Design Home 2013
Ideabooks85
Questions1
Philadelphia Magazine Design Home 2013, planting detail; photo by Gwendolyn Johnson
Name of flowers & the green with white leaves
This photo was taken in the fall. The flowers are chrysanthemums — these were bought as annuals for the fall color. The variegated leaf is Acuba japonica, which is an evergreen shrub, zones 7-9, which will grow to be approx. 6.00 to 10.00 feet tall by 5.00 to 9.00 feet wide. The leaves are green with
I like the greenery, flowers and grasses
“Flowers” — rshoes11
Terra Studio
3 Reviews
Bella Vista House
Ideabooks1,097
Questions1
Raised beds for greenery and flowers in pots
Plants and the lighting
potted plants...Deck and plants...Plants and layout...plant positions...All the plants
“Lights in deck” — Jaclyn Sharp
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Parkwood Road Residence Powder Room
Ideabooks5,328
Questions10
There are beautiful flowers in almost every room. Real ones are too expensive to keep up with do you know where to get fake flowers that would have a similar effect?
have to ask our Houzzer community for help on this question. I will say that where cut flowers are too impermanent, a potted plant is often an excellent choice. However, where upkeep is problematic, a beautiful silk plant is another great alternative.
For beautiful faux flowers try www.postcardfromparis.com; and see Linda McDougald Designs here on Houzz for more photos with beautiful reproductions of some of the most arresting faux flowers I've seen in a long long time!
Source for faux flowers: try www.postcardfromparis.com; and see Linda McDougald Designs here on Houzz for more photos with beautiful reproductions of some of the most arresting faux flowers I've seen in a long long time!
“paper” — pattik
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