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My Houzz: McGeachy Residence
Love the large planters and the garden stool. Where did you purchase
well in containers. Groupings onf containers make a bolder "statement".
The varying size of plant arrangement
Vignette og plants ,containers and plants
Chair and plant placement
Plant arrangement for condo
Large plants Large planters
Nice plant arrangement
Large high gloss planters
Plant Containers...Love the plants...Plants on the porch...green plants...potted plants
Central Park West Apartment
What are the plants on the right, please?
The patio landscaping was done by a great landscape architect in New York City: David Vaucher. Sorry we don't have details about the plants for you.
Using evergreen plants in large planters on
Great front urn idea with tall tree.
Evergreens in containers. Kyle: yes again.
Large plants in pots fer privacy
The pots and plants but seriously do you really need a kinds cape designer to place 4 pots ?
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
Trellis instead of a fence, more neighborly, potted plants look classy
Like the tellis on side and all the potted plants.
the depth of the plantings in fron, the square tile patio
This fence looks good because it is surrounded with plants and is multi height
chives and leeks. The couple is responsible for all the landscape design, plantings and built structures. Many of the plantings are heirlooms from other families' homes around British Columbia and Alberta, and many of the new plantings are native species.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
This room is absolutely lovely - the natural light, the color palette. The two fig trees complete the space, where can one purchase large indoor plants like this in SF? Thank you.
is 1: become more aware of plants in general, in the building where you work, hotels, Dr ofc,, restaurants, outside as well as in, also on TV and in movies; notice how plants are different - some have big leaves, some small, some long and thin, short and fat. 2:get a plant like a peace lily, that will
4: do your plant care weekly at the same time as you do some other weekly chore.5: I have some videos on YouTube that could be helpful to you; you might like to start with The Most Important Watering Tip, ... 6. if you're good with all those steps, then you're ready to invest in a big plant like the
Sally Wheat Interiors
great in a variety of decorative containers, but it is preferable to use a liner that can be removed for watering or, even better, that sits on a bed of rocks within the container of your choice. Keep the rocks moist and they will help provide a humid setting for your plant, but make sure that the liner
watering or, even better, that sits on a bed of rocks within the container of your choice. Keep the rocks moist and they will help provide a humid setting for your plant, but make sure that the liner is never sitting in water.
with a growing plant on the opposite end. Or an artificial - since it gets NO light.
Baby tears looks great in a variety of decorative containers, but it is preferable to use a liner that can be removed for watering or, even better, that sits on a bed of rocks within the container of your choice
Michele Lee Willson Photography
Houseplans.com Modern Ranch
Large color basé w fresa greens
Incorporate the five elements. Don’t stop with potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements
five elements water, earth (stone plants) fire (candels , incense) metal (furnituure, tools) wood (furniture , beams)
Fire in sitting room idea, wood to put TV on
Love the branches in the large glass jug. Simple, easy, natural.
Incorporate the five elements. Don’t stop with potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are r
plant on hearth, use silk leaves in jar
4. Incorporate the five elements. Don’t stop with potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense, fireplace), metal (furniture,
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
border with rock; colors; close plantings?
of plants as a disguise... lol!
turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas, Russian sage, elder, montbretia,Euphorbia, daylilies, Kinnikinnick, clematis,honeysuckle, bamboo, daisies, black-eyed Susan, dogwoodand showy stonecrop — among many other plants.