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Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Coastal Knoll - Hingham, MA
Fence a few feet back from edge for plants
allows room for planting, and plants provide visual interest for pedestrians. In addition to cheerful daisies like these, velvety plants such as lamb’s
Gate and set back plant
“fence” — miler
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Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Rose trellis used on deck Also, plant in front of front fence to climb that. Roses, jasmine
Large square pots and trellis to hold climber plants and vines
Use trellises for climbing plants. Climbing plants like sweet potato vines, clematis, morning glories, honeysuckle
moonflowers, honeysuckle, climbing nasturtiums and Virginia creeper can be planted either in the ground or in containers and trained to grow up a trellis.
“Similar” — Jerry
Missouri Botanical Garden
Baptisia australis
blue false indigo / Baptisia australis Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder
naturlizing plant, 3x3 with very attractive seed pods, early nectar plant for bees, specimen plant for out front at road and in side garden
Clay-Tolerant PlantsMany native plants tolerate clay soils, but check with your nursery about a plant’s tolerance to clay before testing
period, followed by ornamental seed bombs that make a rattling soundWhen to plant: Spring to fall
prefers full sun and dry soil — in fact, its taproot is 6 to 8 feet deep, so plant it in its forever home, because it hates being moved. While it's in bloom
testing it in your garden. Clay can slow the growth and spread of some plants, but the true clay-tolerant species will thrive. One of my favorites for Midwest
When to plant: Spring to fall
“Pretty for along a fence!” — k8rolo
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Central Park West Apartment
What are the plants on the right, please?
in New York City: David Vaucher. Sorry we don't have details about the plants for you.
The pots and plants but seriously do you really
Large plants in pots fer privacy...Like the sculpture in the potted plant...pots for plants...Potted plants...Planters & plants...Placement of plants...Tall plant option...potted plant with sculpture
“side of house” — leelee39
Sheri Mize Design Studios
3 Reviews
These two potted plants are a type of drought tolerant succulent, specifically a species of agave. Thank you for your inquiry.
I love the flower plants on top
What type of plant is this...Love these plants...and plants Gates Plants...potted plants...Plants in planter...plants and patio...great plants in pots...plants in cracks...potted plants
“Door with lights and garden” — arniefr
Duxbury Architects
5 Reviews
Modern Homes
Looks low maintenance and showcases the natural beauty of the plants.
REALLY cool for desert area. Xeriscape plantings very well done - lots of interesting things here with plants - color, texture
Idea con plants and flowers for entrance y patio
walkway doors beds plants...flowering plants...planting beds...spiky plants
“Plantings--xeriscape” — nebtexs2
Altgelt & Associates
11 Reviews
I like plants like this in my pots. Also, like the stone with ground cover.
Med look, plant color in pots...potted plants...green plants and wet look...Plant containers...Container plants...Planters and plants for front...colorful plants
“Plants” — marshabridgers
Lilyvilla Gardens
3 Reviews
Lilyvilla Display Garden
Entry island bed planted with Calamagros
interest to the plants, mixed stone in pathway, big leafy trees mixed with lower foliage
The potted planted in the planting bed
tropical plants...from plant material....Central planting area...plant assortment...mass planting...Island Plant...All the plantings
“wild look” — kissfromarose777
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