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Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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What are the taller plants on the left side of the fence?
What types of plants are in this picture along either side of the walkway ?
Here's a link to the project itself ... . The gardens look to be newly planted when these were taken
narrow planting strip adjacent to the sidewalk lies beyond each homeowner's split-rail fence. Several plants are repeated through all the gardens, while there's still room for some unique choices. Color note: Shades of blue, lavender and green are repeated throughout. Plant selection: All the plants are
blue, lavender and green are repeated throughout. Plant selection: • All the plants are lower than the height of the split-rail fence; allowing the fence to be glimpsed down the entire sidewalk gives the illusion of one continuous border. • Each plant typically has a mounding habit, creating a sense of
“lavender hanging over path” — Nick Robertson
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
Ideabooks5,604
Questions3
I would like to ask what are the names of those ground cover plant? They look beautiful together, thanks.
What is the burgundy foliage plant in the background? Thanks!
Hell Connie, there are two orange flowering plants on the right - the one with the larger flower and leaves are Canna Tropicana. In front of it , with the narrow strappy leaves and smaller flowers is Kangaroo Paws ( Anigozanthos). Both do great in bright sun and would do well on a hillside .
What are the tall orange flowers on the right? and do you recommend planting them on a hillside that gets bright sun
Hi, apologies on the late reply. The burgundy foliage plant in the background is a Loropetalum. It grows exceptionally well in temperate climates.
“Plants” — clrussell59
Stanley Studio
EMF:MLK Studio: Green Roof
Ideabooks251
Questions0
more structural support than an intensive system, and more considerations in terms of plant selection than just sedum, but the result is stunning.
Stanley Studio, whose offices it sits atop. It requires more structural support than an intensive system, and more considerations in terms of plant selection than just sedum, but the result is stunning.
Stanley Studio, whose offices it sits atop. It requires more structural support than an intensive system, and more considerations in terms of plant selection than just sedum, but the result is stunning."
it sits atop. It requires more structural support than an intensive system, and more considerations in terms of plant selection than just sedum, but the result is stunning.
“Low profile solar panels” — transdod2
Seattle Architect & Design Firm
We have the capacity and flexibility to take on both large and small projects and prefer to maintain a variety of project types. We are constantly in search of new design challenges and opportunities.
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Bright Green
Kitchen Herbs
Ideabooks28,189
Questions9
Does anyone have this? I was thinking of getting one to plant some food herbs, (parsley, mint, cilantro, etc., but I'd be afraid that the soil would crumble? Anyone at home have any good success? Thanks.
We recommend to put coconut fiber at the base of the plant to reduce any soil fines that would drop, also when watering you can mist the soil which will help keep the soil moist.
Bright Green It is a Vertical Planter with 10 planting cells, It has a irrigation tank a the top with a collector at the
STEP 2: Choose sturdy plantsSelect plants that will live a long, fruitful life. Some great picks are lamb’s lettuce, perpetual lettuce, rocket lettuce and mint – see below for more i
Embrace the trend of vertical gardening. Kitchen herbs look surprisingly modern when planted in Bright Green USA's GroVert Frame, which is designed to be filled with plants from the nursery. When growing herbs indoors, be sure to place them in a spot with plenty of light.
“DYI -- planter box for herbs” — cbnelson
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
An Active Lifestyle
Ideabooks15,104
Questions2
Lovely work. Wondered if you could share some of the plantings?
Front Yard - Less grass more plants
path and the romantic interplay of the color of the plants, from light pink to light purple
manicured lawn to give the effect of driving through a park.Since the plantings are all low, they seem to meld with the greater garden, while the soft color palette and plant selection suggest wonderful, billowing, romantic gardens ahead.Each vignette is unique, making this drive a wonderful garden tour.
to come.Solution A: Create a park-like feel with a tapestry of plants and lawn that meets the paving at intervals along the way.Many of us would approach the idea of planting a driveway by digging a border on either side and adding plants. This design goes beyond that by incorporating areas of manicured
“Driveway Trees” — keven5
Cultivart Landscape Design
Urban courtyards
Ideabooks19,880
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Can you tell me the name of the plants in the background and the tree
today in garden design. Instead of hardscaping and plant selection being used purely for decorative purposes, features within the garden work for their keep in addition to being visually satisfying.The beauty of this seating area is the careful selection of two materials — concrete and wood — that creates
creates a very simple design, one that is not diluted by the strong planting behind.
Curved lines really are a small garden’s or courtyard’s best friend. When mixed with straight lines and assorted plantings, they can create an attractive and visually interesting outdoor hub. EXPERT TIP: “In a small garden I find the combination of angles and curves a
“I like the color of the wood” — Tom Gebicke
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,365
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I love the idea of growing plants, vegetation on the roof. are there big chances to have leaks into the hous
I love the idea of reclaiming the real estate of a roof for living plants that can actually utilize and benefit from the intense sun. In the process, it leaves our environment below much cooler. I also can't think of a
or up to 30 degrees sloped, it might be a good candidate. You’ll also want to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.
$13 to $45 per square foot installed. Typical project length: A few days up to a week, depending on size. Best time to do this project: During planting season. Permit needed: Check with your municipality, as permit requirements can vary depending on what type of membrane you’re installing and whether
“Get Cleaner Indoor Air Without Opening a Window Contemporary Garage And Shed by Feldman Architectur” — lindaraeclark
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
Northern Arlington Residence
Ideabooks3,556
Questions4
established, a mass of ground cover has a simple, calming effect. Proper plant selection will eliminate mowing, reduce water consumption and drastically reduce the need to fertilize — saving you time and money. Choose a plant with multiseason interest: flowers, colorful foliage, winter texture. Some
THE LILYTURF AND OTHER SHADE PLANTS.
Tree planted near back corner of house in extended landscape border
and then plant with lariope or tall grasses or combo
variegated big leafed plant in contrast
another great plant instead of lawn. is creeping liriope different than the one I have growing
Once established, a mass of ground cover has a simple, calming effect. Proper plant selection will eliminate mowing, reduce water consumption and drastically reduce the need to fertilize — saving you time and money.Choose a plant with multiseason interest: flowers, colorful foliage, winter texture. Some
“Grass” — markkaufmann
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