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Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
dry stream bed directs drainage during rainy season
Ideabooks9,530
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.
hardscape integrated with the plant material
Stone walkway and plants and rocks- no grass
Nice use of rock and waterwise plants.
Nice combination of plants, rocks, and hardscape; nice
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
“pops of color, stone pathway” — cakers795
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks13,368
Questions3
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
I am looking for shade plants that can tolerate dry conditions and that are deer proof. I really like your work.
gravel & bluestone w shade plantings
Add a birch tree on outer side of space, then and plants around that to make a room
paver siyying area and shade plants
“love this sitting area..looks so peaceful” — Shereign DJ-EmPlove
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks2,242
Questions0
nice variety of plants, meandering pathway
Love the mix! Important to add NATIVE plants and add decomposed compost to feed plants
Like these light green plants on bottom right
pretty path of crushed gravel rather than stepping stones low maintenance plants
s love alleys. My borders and beds contain lots of tall plants — Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium spp) and ironweed (Vernonia fasciculata) and cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum) — that reach from 6 to 10 feet tall. The meandering paths among these plants are insect highways, especially for butterflies like monarchs
natives. Natives do not come under attack like the nonnative, ornamental varieties. You can add native plants yourself or do a major overhaul by working with a designer who specializes in native plantings. You can search Houzz to find landscape designers in your area. The same principles for building healthy
“Like the colours and the light that comes through the plants” — ellieross1
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
PJ Landscape
Ideabooks15,932
Questions10
Other than hostas are the pink and the light green plants perennials?
What are those two plants under the tree?
What type of plants are around the tree? Thank you
about the chartreuse green plant without better detail but as it's a shade garden, it is more likely the lime green heuchera than the sweet potato vine which is in the planters at right.
I believe the pink flowers are impatiens, I'm not sure about the small green plant.
Plants that suit the shape of the flower bed in front
Front yard with plants around tree
Cut maple up and plant shade flowers beneath
nice combo of big leaved plants under maple with azalea/impatiens under for color
Impatiens and green plant named in info
“Tree and the landscape underneath” — lorindaturley
Jeri Koegel Photography
7 Reviews
Allview Terrace - http://www.studio6architects.com
Ideabooks3,574
Questions3
Love the wall facing. Is it natural stone on a sheet? Name + Purchase
Symmetry of the structure with plants
Love impact of large planters with spikey plants
Plant idea outside living?
Plants for front of lake
outdoor potted plant
Plants and planters...back wall...outdoor focal wall...Plants & pots...The plant pots...The plants...Court yard wall...gorgeous plants...Wall treat...Stacked stone walls...Indoor plant...planters and plants...the wall...stacked stone wall...stone wall
“Fireplace tile” — katiemac112
Powell/Kleinschmidt, Inc.
Florida Residence
Ideabooks541
Questions0
i like the single wall with small tiles, with more neutral large tiles on side walls.
Mosiac tile feature wall behind tub
Successful combination of plants and a bathroom...
Just tile back wall?
with larger on the walls
feature wall--too much
plants for master bath
mosaic feature wall behind tub
Tile back wall; plants
Spa plants...Feature mosaic wall...Wall tile...Back wall...Small tiles on wall...bathroom plants!...bathroom plants...Plants in bathroom...tile walls...accent wall
“moms bathroom color” — basketball18
Karen Gallagher Interiors
The "Atrium" at the Portland Symphony Showhouse, 2011
Ideabooks8,956
Questions9
Out the window, ivy on a wall
Bench on stone wall, 2 small chairs in corners but add small ottoman, sofa table between chairs against windows
Love the plants in glass jars
love the vine on the wall
Love the little plants in jars. So cute.
Like the stone wall on one side
Containers with plants
Def need plants in den
“Peaceful” — pepperdash
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Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Sun room
Ideabooks8,596
Questions7
What is the large plant with the white flowers?
What colour paint is on the walls?
Love the large terracotta pot and plant, piled up with babys tears trailing over might look good
This is a nice dining space, plants inside and stone floor.
you decide to make a permanent home indoors for plants usually seen in the garden. The collection seen here is stunning and unique as well as unexpected. Diligent trimming maintains the compact forms and shows off the plants' gorgeous hues. The 3 main plants thriving in this sunroom:The Purple Heart vine
moisture in the summer.Important considerations for overwintering outdoor plants:Location: Generally the best indoor location for any outdoor garden plant is near a sunny window. Don't allow any leaves to touch a cold window. Keep the plants away from drafts as well as heating vents. Because the dry winter air
“Eat in kitchen” — Cori Truttmann Stanczyk
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