98,696 plant killer Home Design Photos

Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Old World A New
Different phase than planting plan... Does an overhead structure like this on my lower patio, invite a person out there? Issue is the large step-down and therefore if this worked
Stone and plant scape
planting between pavers, courtyard
Plants around stepping pavers
planting between pavers
“like the staggered large and small pavers” — kamilibh
Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
use of tall plantings. Perhaps against the Barn?
The brick sidewall effect is pretty. Love the red plants
narrow plant bed on terraced wall
Planting to side of walkway
mass planting
“I want lots of trees that change colors” — Brett
KohlMark Architects and Builders
9 Reviews
Outdoor Space
Colors of plants, slate, and balcony upstairs
Built in plants...Plant begonias...Plants everywhere
“rounded steps” — conyerka
Romanza Interior Design
The Chianti
Pot color and use of large plant with smaller plants around base
potted plants
“Tile bond beam” — kimi2473
Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Coastal Knoll - Hingham, MA
coastal plantings
Nice planting for summer
These plants will grow well
Plant combos...Wall and plants
“Love the landscape” — lry511
Sudbury Design Group
1 Review
Sudbury Residence
accommodate architectural renovations. The property includes pool with dramatic waterfall, spa, outdoor fireplace, sportcourt, outdoor kitchen, lush plantings, and plenty of play lawn for an active family. Photography: Richard Mandelkorn Photography
small planting area next to the pool to break up solid surfaces
“Red grassy plants” — potatoe2x
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Stone floor, daybed, curtains, terraced levels, bocce, pots of plants and planting beds that make way to full garden
I like the boulders with the plants.
container plants...potted plants
“court” — Angelo Angersola
JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Spiritual Gardens (not religious)
I was wondering where this is (geographically) as I am wondering if it has the same climate as Portland Oregon. Also, do those plants stay green and lush year around? Just wondering, thank you. -M&C
seem spooky instead of exhilarating and inviting. A vista is a must! Another must: the encompassing plantings over the arch. Without the addition of grapevines, climbing roses or other climbing plants, an archway can can seem too empty.
“Passage between houses” — khaled86
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