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Becky Harris
Lake House in The Berkshires
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Would love to know the names of the plants in the boxes. Beautiful!
flower boxes with high plants for privacy
spike plants in railing boxes
Y'all plants in the back
Window box and plants
Deck plant box...Plante tombante...Spike plant...love these plants...Nice plants...container plants...potted plants
“Window box” — 64cypress
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Pool & Pool House
Ideabooks4,283
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closely linked by proximity, detailing & geometry. In so doing, we used precise placement, careful choice of building & site materials, and minimalist planting. Existing trees were edited to open up selected views to the south. Rows of ornamental grasses provide architectural delineation of outdoor space
Screening pool. Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass planted around this pool. This species can grow up to 6 feet tall.
such as the Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass planted around this pool. This species can grow up to 6 feet tall.
shield your space. Look for grasses that retain their vertical shape, such as the Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass planted around this pool. This species can grow up to 6 feet tall.When planting ornamental grasses, be sure to choose noninvasive varieties.
“grasses” — susiehf
Hey Nice Garden
New Perennial Style
Ideabooks2,993
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provides a lush setting in contrast to the wide open walkway to the front porch. The clean symmetry of the path is offset by the wild display of flowering plants.
What type of plant has the orange flowers?
Rectangular pavers with plants in between
I like the combination of plants and flowers
Great use of low water plants - probably needs more specimens that have winter interest but love the look of everything tightly planted.
“golden poppies, beachy look” — pmillson
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
Ideabooks2,452
Questions3
Delightful in every way. Like the plants high on the
Shelf with plants (herbs) as valance for kitchen window.
shelves above the window for plants
butcher block counter_drapey green plant_lots of bits of color
several years, though it may become straggly over time, so it's a good idea to continually trim longs strands and use the cuttings to propagate the plant within the same pot or in a separate one. Propagation: Take 4-inch stem-tip cuttings, preferably in the spring or summer, and insert them into a moist
With its long tendrils of trailing foliage covered in pea-like beads, the unique String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus) creeping succulent is an ideal plant to add to a quirky room. Pot in well-draining sandy soil and place in a spot where its trailing foliage can hang down and cascade freely.
“wood counter top with white cabinets/appliances” — Ashley Hayslett
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
Ideabooks26,125
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What is the blue/purple spikey plant in the picture. Does this grow on the olympic Pensinsula of Washington???
what are the pink plants called? thanks.
Planted by owner, not by us, could be as noted above...or a Salvia...
The plants that line the patio
I really like the texture of these plants, tall and wispy,
Stone wall, combination of plants and shrubs
Plant low-growing speedwells as a living-mulch ground cover in a shrub border or flowing between boulders in a rock garden.Planting notes. Speedwell is easily grown in average garden soil that is well drained.Shown: Dark blue spike speedwell (Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles'), blue star creeper, tall
“Simple soft” — kaylt
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks8,859
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crafted stone staircase provides casual passage to a gently sloping lawn knoll carved from the existing hillside. Lush perennial borders and native plant stands create edges and thresholds, and a crisp palette of traditional and contemporary materials merge––building upon the surrounding topography and
6. Create interest with plants. What you would like the experience of your front garden to be for your friends and neighbors? Richly textured planting designs help define the mood of the garden. Consider using plants that are either native or adapted to the region in which
back side of the breezeway is all glass and enjoys views of the backyard.Two large pots of miscanthus flank the front door. "We play around with the plants in these containers seasonally ... we've also used large boxwoods and fuchsia to add color, texture and height next to the door," says Cunningham.
“black door” — bojomag
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
dry stream bed directs drainage during rainy season
Ideabooks9,305
Questions3
what are the name of the plants on the footpath border?
light pale pink blossoms on the lower left are Oenothera berlandieri: Mexican Evening Primrose; note this plant is extremely invasive - I do not recommend it in a mixed planting. All of these plants require very little water or maintenance once established.
Nice combination of plants, rocks, and hardscape; nice textures.
plays off the concrete, but they also line a dry creek bed that provides drainage for runoff. The soft plant palette is drought tolerant, with pops of purple to draw the eye toward the house. Planting note: Pink-flowered Mexican evening primrose is a great drought-tolerant choice, but it's also very invasive
“pathway with flowers” — Lacy Lefkowitz
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Ideabooks57,360
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different plants in one pot? Which plants we can use?
Anyone know what the fourth plant is?
I can see there is fern, hydrangea, potato vine. Can anyone identify the very fine leafed fourth plant? It's best seen in the planter on the right. Thank you!
These really are lovely plantings and in shade to boot. I have never seen a fern used this way. Beautiful. Flowers and plants are the BEST decoration.
“Nice flower pot plants” — gbern
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