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Rikki Snyder
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My Houzz: Iris Dankner
How is that plant called? is it perenial?
chair is fun and the nice plants
plants are perfect on deck
Potted plants by door
potted plants
“Door and chair” — Leslie Vicary
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Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
New Eco Landscapes
4 Reviews
Modern in Bed-Stuy
I love the combination of hard surface and dirt for planting. Good idea for front of house.
Combination of hardscape, edges with rock or plants & walls that contain
patio look and feel: concrete squares, wood, some gravel, water-wise plantings. Area to put in garden
by the grill, landscaping lighting by the plantings and overall ambient lighting. Meanwhile, an arm pendant hangs over the dining area.
Protect patio floors with planter feet. If you keep pots and planters on your patio, be sure to elevate them on plant stands or risers. Containers placed directly
“Terrace” — wass1maha
Desert Landscape Desgin
Potted plants next to fire pit
pot plant...container plants...potted plants
“Seating against wall” — Farrell Kaufman-Hogenauer
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
South Austin Landscape
pallet fence. could have large pots, tubs with screening plants/foliage
back of back house-plants along back fence off sliding glass-outdoor shower on other side of fence?
possible to plant dense hedges or vine-planted lattices where you would otherwise construct a fence. While you wait for the newly planted shrubs to fill in, plant tall perennials and annuals, such as swamp sunflowers (Helianthus angustifolius, zones 6 to 10) in between.How to screen with plants and trees
“privacy screen” — mrsolivier
2.ink Studio | Landscape Architecture
Hoke Residence
Like the plants in rocks on left
Steps, Plants, Water, Lights, Angular
plant boxes
“.” — jolirette
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Lakeview Residence Patio
like the different kinds of shrubs, plants, trees
Seating, 'rooms', paving and planting balance, no lawn
Narrow space eith nice sculpture using plants
small back garden with rooms and lots of plant interest
Structured look of plants
love GREEN plant materials
Love the plants...metal roof
“like the different seating areas” — Elisabeth Thompson
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Zeterre Design
This most modern of gardens must be the epitome of viewing gardens. Both the design and the planting scheme create a combined picture that can be seen on many levels.The patterns cut in the lawn serve no purpose other than the visual impact they make and the interest and pleasure they give the viewer
“Weird but cool” — Diane Morgensen
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Hastings Lane
complements the angular roof of the house and provides privacy along one edge of the property. Excess water drains into a bed of rounded river stones, and a generously sized, existing flagstone patio hosts a collection of moveable planters. An open lawn is bordered by planting beds filled with a great
great collection of plants with unexpected textures, patterns, and colors.
What is the name of the silver plant?
Those are Lavender angustifolia. Amazing plants, but short-lived... You may get 3 to 5 years our of them... Good luck!
“Mummm! Lavender??? Love lavander.” — francoiseherve
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