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MARPA DESIGN STUDIO
3 Reviews
Flowers in Space
Ideabooks2,977
Questions1
Spanish shawl make it a popular ground cover in frost-free areas. The plant forms a low, dense carpet and has an indefinite spread, sometimes spreading
Spanish Shawl make it a popular ground cover in frost-free areas. The plant forms a low, dense carpet and has an indefinite spread, sometimes spreading
“oh lord i love it all!” — Carlye Brown
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks16,819
Questions7
Love this garden. Would this plants grow here(zone9)? Thank
I live in Idaho and have a well so watering in a problem. I need plants that do well in zone 5 but don't need a lot of water. I love this garden
Paddle Plant (Kalanchoe luciae) Paddle plant, also called flapjack
color / texture of plants and ground cover
sculptural forms employs a completely different plant palette than a soft, floriferous cottage garden.
5. Swap out your lawn with low-water plants. Your
attributes meet your needs. Colorful foliage and flowers, unusual plant forms and textures can be combined — with thoughtful consideration — to create a specific
you list the types of plants....Please name the plants in the picture....Like hard scape with chairs Like plants...Looking for low maintenance plants like
“modern succulent garden but lush” — thoang70
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2012 ALE: The Grotto Garden
Ideabooks12,512
Questions3
Did you use any special material between the rocks for plant growth? I was going to use black earth
Love the idea of planting in the crevices of a wall ;-)
Planting in crevices can be a simple statement of appreciation for plant form and texture, as shown in the previous photo, or a celebration of color and
you take careful note of your climate and microclimates and find suitable plants to them.
rocky wall with plants and sitting area...wall with plants, looks shade friendly
“Like stones for patio” — dwilds1
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks3,310
Questions3
the material for the pillar plant stand and pot?
Great project, what are the larger domes of plant form to the right side . THKU
very nice planting of grasses along path of square pavers set on diagonal
placed contemporary planter, its half-sphere bowl mirroring the mounded plant forms.
Go diagonal. Enhance diagonal sight lines with pathways and plantings placed at a 45-degree angle to the house. This method allows extended views through
planting is nice; path too man...pathway to pillar with pot of plants.
“landscaping, modern focal point” — jpagliuca
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks4,450
Questions3
colder weather arrives. Dead twigs and smaller wood pieces detract from a plant's form — and it's easy to tell those from the live wood right now. When you're
you're finished, rake up excess debris, leaves and other litter from planting areas and the lawn. An ordered space is more relaxing, and a garden may be the
“Crushed granite for Zen sand” — Mary Slocum
Pendleton Design Management
Trees
Ideabooks214
Questions1
dead or diseased branches and any that are crossed. Lightly shape the plant form — only as needed — by cutting one branch at a time with the appropriate
“Japanese Maple” — planb3z
Prideaux Design
8 Reviews
Prideaux Design
Ideabooks2,922
Questions3
What are the low plants next to the wall?
Back yard, rock and plants against wall, could backlight plants
Thin straight plant...xeriscape plant's form...desert plants...with plants...rocks with spiky plants...horsetail plants...Simple planting, rocks...planting in gravel...rows of plants as border...the plants on the wall
“landscape” — annajoy1
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks5,505
Questions4
@barnhartgallery....Today in my nurseries plant travels I found the cultivar that you call "Mr. Bowling Ball"! It's not a
This is an evergreen plant that has very glossy deep green leaves year-round. When to plant: Ideally in the fall, but you can plant it in mid to late spring
Elements. Shape and Form. The shrubs look like little Christmas ornaments... I guess it's based off of form more than shape. I don't really
Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens) USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: This plant is quite drought
clipped or shaped in a garden. Have begun to realize the value of structured form within a space as it's very eye-catching!
lesson on how to restrict planting to one color to unify a small space.
spere shapped plants for front of house
“ollies of different sizes” — Sage Design
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