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Casa Smith Designs, LLC
Casa Smith's California Garden
Love the abundance of potted plants
OUtside color combo, walls, roof tiles, etc
Plant bushes and potted plants in front
Love the potted plants on the brick patio
Potted plant treatments
plant hanger idea....bird cage planter
colorful plantings on site
ficus, potted plants, flowers, greenery
allows plantings...outdoor plants...Potted Plant...potted plants...Plants pots...planters, plants...potted plant
The Artist Garden
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
Roof garden - mixture of plants
Like the layering of colour and texture with plants.
the plant with the big green leaves that have a purple stripe down the middle
container planting is a very simple, formal design, that without the informality of that planting would make a very sterile area. In most contemporary roof and balcony gardens, you tend to find very regimented planting in a minimalistic design — rows of repetitive planting in identical containers. This is
Mix of plants for a rain garden
Choice of plants in flower bed
The cleome planted in mass quantity gives a beautiful statement
Corner planting ideas
Plant arrangement...Planting ideas...front garden wall...Cleome plant...gorgeous plants...spider plant...texas plants...flowered plant?
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Rustic Beach Garden
spaces for plants and intimate areas for sitting within the garden. The heart-shaped layout creates several small usable areas for sitting out in a variety of conditions/seasons etc and creates interesting areas for planting. The garden also spills out onto the road reserve where it provides a wonderful
The plant here is a native New Zealand plant, Scleranthus biflorus - or we could have used S. uniflorus, I can't recall - but they are both very similar.Neither will take much shade, they are a plant of riverbeds and semi-alpine areas and require an open, sunny situation with good drainage - or they
softer plant.If you can find a suitable spot for Scleranthus plant it with the top 1/2 in a gravel or pebble mulch, not soil. This replicates it's normal habitat and avoids the risk of it rotting from below. Good luck!
Larson Family of Companies
Larson Family of Companies
le of plants on wall
A touch O' Green Landscapes LLC
pots with plants, rock wall
Laura Frost Design
Patios / Outdoor Living
ce to plant near wall
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