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Avant Garden
5 Reviews
Kentfield Contemporary Garden
Ideabooks8,360
Questions3
English style entry planting photo by Galen Fultz
I love the drought resistant plantings. I live in Davis where it gets hot in the summer. For that reason, I love the Russian
Love the plantings. Thought the peak color complimented the garden well.
should do ok as long as it is not too hot of a location like the desert. Plants are English boxwood, Cotinus 'Royal Purple', Nepeta, Lavender, Roses, and
oh, by the way I live in So Cal. think the plants will do well? thank you!
plants are english boxwood , cotinus, roysl purple
“flowers” — firstbigproject
Loudoun County Landscape Architecture
Complete Outdoor Environments
Our smaller size allows us to get to know each client, understand his or her needs and be involved with all phases of each project.
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
40 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks7,340
Questions7
Hi Cory, thanks for the question. Those are daylily plants, not ornamental grasses. We planted two types, Hyperion and Autumn Prince. Hope this helps
dogwood, Cornus alba 'Elegantisima' - a really beauty. More on this terrific plant from Monrovia here: ... Good luck with your project! Robert
dogwood against the fence - I miss having those - we should plant some
but divides the property into public and semiprivate spaces. The inner plants are arranged en masse, blocking the view of the curb from the house without
terrific plant from Monrovia here: ......set the fence back and plant in front
“lush greenery” — baker1dc
orlando comas, landscape architect.
11 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 02
Ideabooks11,633
Questions4
Miami-Dade County requires them to be planted at a spacing of 35' average of your street frontage. I will rather see them planted at 50' o.c. and Becky is correct
between full shade and direct sun throughout the day. You can gain shade by planting new trees and let in more light by hiring an arborist to thin branches
4. Shade trees. The easiest and most cost-effective way to add shade to your outdoor space is to plant shade trees such
year round in the right climate. Design tip: Not all trees do well with plantings underneath; many, in fact, will suffer from overwatering or root competition
tree can last for generations to come. Fall is usually the best time to plant new trees, but you can begin planning for the perfect spot now.
12-21-14 nice view, all mass planting
“Around trees” — seeleycl
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks3,551
Questions0
plants spilling over onto steps
steps, plantings...Pretty native plants...use plants,...the planting
“stone steps” — farmbath
The Sharper Cut, Inc. Landscapes
28 Reviews
Front Yard Curb Appeal - Huntingtown
Ideabooks3,330
Questions2
Thanks for the question! This plant was a transplant from the existing landscape. It appears to be a dwarf alberta
I like the way so many different elements are used. Plants, stone, mulch
curved pathway with small planted section to
mulch, green plants...Combination of plant textures...Great use of plantings...Layout and plants...love the plant choices...plenty of plants and shrubs
“Interesting” — pegcelic
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Suhr-Brown, Bainbridge Island, WA
Ideabooks4,177
Questions3
Hello, I would like to know the name of the black plants, thank you.
I do often use edging. It depends on how clean a look is desired. Once plants grow over the edges, particularly tight growing ground covers like thyme
Path plants...nice plantings along walkway...Peastone & Plants...plants, especially black grass
“Grassy Bushes” — bmcit6
Canyon Construction
2 Reviews
A Storybook Home
Ideabooks8,975
Questions6
What are the planters made of? What plants are in them and do this have to come in during the winter?
entrance plants...Sconces and plants...pots and plants...Two large plants...Plants for porch
“couch lights” — mimiinhaymarket
Jason Dewey Photography
various landscape architects, exteriors
Ideabooks6,189
Questions4
potted plants with large grass centerpiece
Love plants in pot. Maybe a big pot on lower patio corner
love the planting in the pot...Plant box...Potted plants...Plants in pots...Pots, plants
“pots” — jeaniewaltuch
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