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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
and the plant material is Dymondia.
Judging from the plants growing between the pavers, as well as this designer's natural style, I would say these are natural stone pavers. :)
you're not planting something that's going to end up growing super high, so it doesn't cover the pavers," says Drew Sivgall, founder of Southern-California based AMS Landscape Design Studios. "Make sure whatever you use won't grow above four inches, or it's easy to mow down or trim." Next: 6 options to consider
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Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
indoor plant , inside the house, besides sofa. rubber plants, bamboo plants look elegant in it.
ornamental plants, such as roses, are especially susceptible to aphids and powdery mildew, so stay on top of these problems before they take their toll in your garden. To manage pests, start with the least invasive methods possible — handpicking them or hitting them with a hard spray of water. If they aren't
ornamental plants, such as roses, are especially susceptible to aphids and powdery mildew, so stay on top of these problems before they take their toll in your garden.
surrounding plants lighten up the look of a formal rose plot. The roses are still separate and easy to feed, prune and spray, but the look is far from dull.
Newport Beach Custom Home 02
Plants in shelf across the top of the cupboard
Love the plants on the shelf
It's got plants! It's got wood! It's got a clean bed design
wooden roof...Plant overhang...Bed & plant...Plantings in rooms...Plants on shelves
plants the way they are kept
For some reason this picture makes me think of layer of roof off to the left the
asymmetric planting...fixture, plants...container plants...potted plants
Sortun-Vos Architects, P.S.
Whidbey Island Home & Guest House
Love the layout and look of these plants in the front of the pic.
like the driftwood and plant selections
corner planted space
Plant ideas foru rock garden
Planting along the fence
little planting...shed roof
Pearson Landscape Services
The wood on the ceiling, the plants and seating areas.
Terrace plantings...ainer plants...potted plants
Possibly a good idea to do plantings along the house to break
you are planting a young tree in a highly windy area or on a slope, go ahead and loosely stake the tree to keep it from falling over as it gets established. Otherwise let the tree go it alone. Light breezes make the tree sway slightly from side to side, allowing the tree's roots to grow deeper to stabilize