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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks6,411
Questions4
Hi! Can you tell me what's the plant on the bottom left?
Low retaining wall: Can you give a brief
Boulders break up the look of all planting.
Rocks strewn across a landscape populate sparsely planted spaces. The continuity unites multiple planting areas.
What is the red plant on the right...Rocks like these for planting beds
“Garden fence” — Evan Campbell
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Jeremy Taylor Landscapes
10 Reviews
Studio City
Ideabooks2,326
Questions3
Plants by the deck...wall bench...shelter wall with seating...Wall in back...pool plantings...seating wall...texture of concrete wall...Bench in wall...Stucco wall by pool...Wall with pool...Finish on retaining wall...like plants around pool...Plantings, pool design
“The retaining wall and seat at the back” — chantelier
Welch Forsman Associates
1 Review
Sixties Spiffed
Ideabooks769
Questions2
I appreciate the variety of plants, especially the espalier. What are the other complimentary plants in the
Fabulous planting against the wall - suitable for garage wall?
is the plant growing on wall?...Wall with roof sitting on top...wall idea...Wall and plant at wall...lower wall...retaining wall surface...Cool vine on wall...Roofline and stone wall...Wall beside the kitchen...plant growing on wall...Privacy screen wall.
“love how this looks from the street.” — Britt Kuhn
Arkee Creative
Balwyn, Orbit Display Home
Ideabooks420
Questions0
example of a vertical garden. Use wire or steel piping attached to a brick wall and suspend ceramic herb pots to form an attractive geometric pattern.
if sunny area of patio wall...Plant rack...herb wall...Wall pots...Plants stand...Wall plants...Outside wall...herb wall hanging...potted plants...Herb garden wall...Pot plants...Wall of pots...Wall paint color...plant pots...potted plants...wall shelf...Wall Color
“Herb vertical garden” — lynnbarney
Alice Masin
Alice's house
Ideabooks4,571
Questions8
what typw of plant/vine is that on the trellis?? to the right?
an absolutely must to bring your balcony to life. But think beyond potted plants and flower boxes which are pleasant but predictable. Creeping vines, such
feel of an enclosed sanctuary. Here, planters increase the height of the wall and give the space more intimacy. It might be tempting to go for the view
plants on the right for the wall
“planter boxes for privacy” — z1laura
Hill' N Dale Landscaping
Stone and Plantings
Ideabooks1,837
Questions0
Different levels of retaining walls to bring plants up to easy to reach height. help gain
look with plants and walls. Not over powering.
original plan for terrace walls perpendicular
for the retaining wall - stones and...Retaining wall planting....retaining wall stone compliments house...Plants - hydrangeas, echinacea...Like "Snowball Plant"...Stone and Plantings
“front terraced perennial garden” — Kimberly Koppenhafer
Pascale Land Design
3 Reviews
Desert Highlands
Ideabooks1,281
Questions1
Plant against wall and matching groupings
clustered plants loosley defined by rock borders make interesting spaces
like plants with rock including succulents but not cactus plants.
nice mix of flowering plants & cactus...Desert plantings...The plant groupings....Plants and rocks...Plant variations
“Garden” — jerseybigdaddy
Santa Rita Landscaping, Inc.
6 Reviews
Tucson Oasis
Ideabooks891
Questions1
What are the vines in this photo going up the wall? How often watered in Phoenix? Best time to plant?
cozy with stucco wall. Plants on wall
like the patio surrounded by green and potted plants
pavers, potted plants, tree for shade, tilework and terracotta, table and chairs
Love the lush plantings that define this space... nice shade trees
— the projections for our future climate — suggesting that these woody plants are here to stay,” writes Greg Barron-Gafford, who led the study.We couldn’t
“Cross Vine along the wall. Option for the backyard?” — staypuft02
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