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Urban Oasis
7 Reviews
Cottage Garden Fusion
Ideabooks1,345
Questions2
What is the name of the plant with all the spears in front of the window? Thx
It looks like a yucca plant.
Planting idea for front . Note rock border and plant pairings
Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct
Flax plant for retaining wall road area
fullness- not the plants but the heights
Interesting integration of distinct architectural plants that are
Appropriate plantings with the architecture of the house.
flat rock edge and grouping of plants
Spa feeling...palm, roses and purple/red plants
6. Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses. Shown: New Zealand flax and pygmy date palm
“Border” — kaighpaule
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
steps
Ideabooks4,693
Questions4
What is the name of the spiky plant? Thank you
The spiky plant in the foreground of this photo is a yucca rostrata.
odd-number planting. But it’s also a nice juxtaposition of leaf texture and plant structure. I
changes in levels and textures of plants
spikey plants in groups and skyrocketing cypress/conifers?
The spiky plant in the foreground of this photo is a yucca rostrata.
3. Vary textures. Here’s an image following the rule of threes, or odd-number planting. But it’s also a nice
to find. The spiky plant in the foreground of this photo is a yucca rostrata.
3. Vary textures. Here’s an image following the rule of threes, or odd-number planting. But it’s also a nice juxtaposition of leaf texture and plant structure. Isn’t it exciting? There are lots of neat angles and a neat use of space going on.
“Yucca rostrata plants with purple flowers & soft looking ground cover” — Just in Thyme Landscape Design
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks10,133
Questions7
Please tell me the name of the blue plants and the orange plant. Thanks
Will plants in this design grow in some sun but afternoon shade?
What are those orange plants called?
My guess is the succulent Kalanchoe luciae in flower: http://www.smgrowers.com/products/plants/plantdisplay.asp?plant_id=1702
debora carl landscape design The blue ones are Senecio serpens, and the red/orange ones are Kalanchoe luciae - Paddle Plant.
“beautiful succulents” — Jennifer Lambert
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks9,139
Questions4
of the plants located just behind the ferns along the steps
The plants have large stem like leaves and orange and white flowers.
Would you be able to tell me the name of the ferns near the deck and also the name of the tall plant with
Plants fill in gaps of yard and welcome you
heleconias to be planted under the ficus tree
Planting en masse - beautiful. Wooden steps
I like big furn looking plants
reading spotIf you’re itching for a place to leave work, stress and noise behind, plant a designated ‘my zone’ flag by positioning a deckchair among the greenery. This seating spot is defined by raised decking enveloped in plants.
in a tropical design. They not only add both structure and softness to the space, but the ferns will benefit from the shade provided by surrounding plants. Wooden steps to a beach chair overlooking the garden add a beachy touch to the scene.
“Intimate garden area destination” — nancemaui
Michele Lee Willson Photography
Houseplans.com Modern Ranch
Ideabooks2,782
Questions2
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, tools) and wood (furniture, beams).
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,
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,
“Wooden ledge” — medinipradhan
risa boyer architecture
7 Reviews
Portland Modern Tudor Dining Room
Ideabooks2,438
Questions10
Modern furniture, killer wallpaper, indoor plants, hardwood floors
colors ... green plants the happy yellow
Low plants around high plants to hide planters
Love the light and the doors & windows of this room. The green plants too.
Plants, mid century style, wallpaper
the plant at the corner
plant, table setting
Plant for dining room
The use of indoor plants
Big plant in corner
“Din12” — miguelrh
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
City Townhouse
Ideabooks5,240
Questions2
Can you tell me the name of the verigated plant at the front of this picture?
What are the plants in the back container and are they zone 4 tolerate
It's a Hebe variegata. It has purple blooms 2 times in the season, loves the sun! here's a link for more info http://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/3495/variegated-hebe.php#.ULQPLI6DiME I hope this helps!
Hi Jackie3418. The plants in the back container are not hardy in zone 4. The middle one (tall spiky one in the centre of the container ) is a phormium and the green trailer is ipomea (sweet potato vine). The phormium is moderately hardy here. Sometimes we get a cold wet winter on the west coast and they
variety of plants/ grasses; round planter
“potted plants” — sjjddillon
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Design Build: Tuscan Residence at The Bridges of RSF
Ideabooks2,818
Questions2
I've been searching for a weeping plant like those in the canisters. Can you tell me name of these or something similar that would survive in the sunny side of west Alabama?
What is the name of the plant that looks like a big green flower ?
what is the tall varigated plant behind the trailing plants
sedum you could probably find something that fits what you have in mind. Mine don't do well in direct sunlight, they preferfiltered sunlight. Another plant that might do well is creeping Jenny (not a succulent; a flowering evergreen perennial). I'm in New Orleans, pretty much the same climate- when mine
Plants coming out of the pottery
“plants” — mariakarvelas
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