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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks5,110
Questions6
everything, including potted plants and curtains
What makes a porch feel more like a room? The accessories. Potted plants can create a sense of enclosure in the great outdoors and also add a welcome touch of height. Lanterns
The plants add a warmth to the seating space for our deck.
What makes a porch feel more like a room? The accessories. Potted plants can create a sense of enclosure in the great outdoors and also add a welcome touch of height. Lanterns and bowls of fruit embellish the space here
“Love the light sheer on black rod - very nice.” — christinetoni
Seattle Fine Remodeling
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a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Country Farm House
Ideabooks2,604
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Peastone driveway with antique granite curbing and perennials planting beds.
Plantings on right side of photo
gravel drive bordered by tall plants
Gravel driveway with planted edges. Really softens the entry sequence. Great sense of arrival when one hears the crunch of gravel beneath the car tires.
Plants and house color
Driveway plantings...these plants
“purple flowers” — lizallen
Dan K. Gordon Landscape Architects
Sanderson Residence
Ideabooks952
Questions1
rid of conifers and plant Rhodes and yew
Density and edge planting along patios
What I like about his space is the use of planting material to round out the design. It creates a larger feel for the deck space, with less hardscape needed.
nice plants around a patio
pavers and plantings
Bluestone and planting
driveway planting bed
Patio plants...Patio plantings...foundation planting
“Greenery and flowers edging patio” — gdkdmd
Revolution Design House
The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
Ideabooks1,912
Questions4
Does anyone know what this hedging plant is? It looks great!
I like my privacy, we here in south Florida planted clusias for our hedge (I believe the proper name is "ficus lyrata) very slow growing but should look good another 2 years from now!!!
English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find it invasive.
If your security needs aren’t pressing, consider creating a barrier with dense plants like this English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people
If your security needs aren’t pressing, consider creating a barrier with dense plants like this English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find it invasive.
“Vine” — Erin Dhonau
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
NoHo Loft
Ideabooks2,081
Questions4
Fiddle leaf plant, apparently easy to care for, slow growing
plant in lr and orange color acents
The plant even works well with a mostly neutral midcentury modern style in Manhattan.
the plant...indoor potted plant
“Living room” — debma
gregory lens
Gmlens Country House (Belgium)
Ideabooks5,683
Questions6
What kind of plant is above the door, under the window? Is it a vine? How does it grow? Such a beautiful idea!
The tall plants are standard roses. If you in a zone that has winter temperatures that fall below freezing the plant will lose it's leaves. You would prune the top (round ball) just like you would prune any other rose
round hedgey plants with our roses.
This garden from today is almost a mirror image of Morris’ Kelmscott Manor garden. The line of plain, standard roses, not always an easy plant to use in
Narrow planting bed between driveway and front walkway, with small trees
try planting these trees/rose of Sharon along fence
White wall, grey wood, green plants, chrome
White walls, grey wood, green plants, chrome down pipe and light
“color combo. greenery” — mattwilson
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks1,563
Questions2
Rock with purple and green plants
path around the edge, plants outside that, grass in the middle.
path plants layout color scheme
edge the walkway with plants
plant border to pathway
Border plants...purple plants...border plantings
“purple plants” — monicaking
Contemporary Entry
Ideabooks5,919
Questions8
Love the plants and planters. What type are they and where did the planters come from?
Colors, floor, plants, armoire, and bench
Plants are dracenas, pretty common.
Plants in foyer...container plant...potted plant
“slate floor with inlay” — Celeste Russi
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