75,435 plant plants Home Design Photos

Esther Hershcovich
Pierre and Simone: Montreal, QC
large floor plant is a great way to give an unexpected room like the bathroom a fresh update. Keep this simple though, because one too many plants can begin
maybe a tall slim fake plant would fit in the shower walkway
green plant...dark wood, prominent plant...add a plant to jacuzzi
“wall decor” — lppmi
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Twist Interior Design
1 Review
Family Room
Love the sunlight and the plants indoors
Love the plants & fireplace + the rich color
plants and decor...indoor plant grouping...fireplace, transom, plants...Plant groupings...plants in the room....
“plants” — jacelle
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Encinitas remodel
Zee Zee Plant With its exotic looks, glossy green leaves and ability to tolerate neglect, the Zee Zee (or ZZ) plant (Zamioculcas zamiifolia)
thumb. A tropical perennial plant hailing from eastern Africa, it is hard to kill, slow growing and ideal as an office plant or a table centerpiece. Good
Great for: Homeowners looking for a very low-maintenance plant will like this one.Light: This plant likes bright, indirect light. Water: Give it a drink
inquisitive babies, dogs and cats, as this plant is toxic.
Good for: Homeowners looking for a very low-maintenance plant.Light requirement: Bright, indirect
every two weeks. Caution: Keep Zee Zee plant out of reach of pets and babies.See more about growing Zee Zee plant
zee zee plant. i think i have
“Another flooring option” — deletreby
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
The airy purple plants in this image are Russian sage, Perovska 'Little Spire'
tall plantings at edge of retaining wall
love natural plantings, wish we had trees! love birch trees, lavender, mass plantings, integration with grass
The airy purple plants in this image are Russian sage, Perovska 'Little
Birch terra and dark plants and purple flowers
the retaining wall with planting scheme
“Birches in Berm” — slchaviel
Mediterranean Patio
Are the beautiful plants for real?
succulent/cactus planting...desert plants...plant shelves at right...Plant stand and cactus...bench. plant stand...plant stand...Indoor patio plants...Potted plants...Beautiful patio plants
“Style” — peggybuckman
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland back garden reno on Lake Norman.
The grass-like plants in the background are actually iris. They will grow in shade but won't bloom well. The chartreuse grass-like plant in the foreground
adaptable. It can also take a fair amount of sun but will scorch in our area if planted in full sun. Good luck!
Shade plants & nature scape water feature.
The interaction between the rocks and the plants with the trees create
like the use of the plants here
“Stream” — Teresa Young
Coastal Garden Design
Need to know what plants flowers are used. How about a map
Any planting plan so we can tell what flowers etc were used?
plants back of yard--less to mow & keep golfers out
shoreline, a mix of shrubs and trees adds depth and height to the vista. Planting beds filled with shrubs farther up in the yard play the same role that
“like this” — sfconway
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
North Bay Residence
What plants did you use on the roof top?
Does the greenery also offer a degree of insulation? Scientifically - the plants would absorb most of the heat.
The roof was planted with mats of sedum - established off-side and simply rolled out over the
I like the idea of green spaces. Looks great and good for the environment. We need clean air to survive. Trees and plants are
sloped or flat. Often it will be planted with sedum (stonecrop). Many "semi-intensive" green roofs are home to an array of plant species, including native grasses
detailed carpet of plantings that will add interest to an otherwise static surface.
sloped or flat. Often it will be planted with sedum (stonecrop). Many "semi-intensive" green roofs are home to an array of plant species, including native grasses
“we like this roof idea. Might be an element we build down below thw house (storage area? garden sh” — gschmidt225
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