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Heather Moll-Dunn Landscape and Garden Design
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Plants for the fence side of the house?
stone wall with plantings at the bottom along
I like the purple plant toward...Privacy wall...I love this wall...My side wall...Side yard plants...Need infront of our wall...The variety of plants...Nice plants, sturdy green texture...front wall...Driveway border plantings...Plant layout option (less structure)...and stone wall...Hearty plants for the yard!...Narrow planting strip
“p0” — ssy76
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Ideabooks5,150
Questions4
What is the name of the spiky plant? Thank you
The spiky plant in the foreground of this photo is a yucca rostrata.
planter in front yard with core ten steel and use as wall at top of slope. And plantings in front. the wall
Planter on top of the wall for added privacy.
following the rule of threes, or odd-number planting. But it’s also a nice juxtaposition of leaf texture and plant structure. Isn’t it exciting? There are
“The ground cover” — taylorartglass
Meriwether Inc
7 Reviews
Morningside bungalow
Ideabooks11,485
Questions9
make it complete. The owner, an avid gardener wanted someplace to bring in plants during the winter months. This small addition accomplishes many things in
I do love all of the windows! Very nice to pot plants!
I love the tile on the side wall. Can you tell me the name and color? Thank you.
make this potting room as much like a porch as possible. The owner grows plants from seed so between the windows and the fan the breeze helps to grow strong
the tile on left 3/4 the way up the wall and the trim that finishes off
LONG COUNTER W/SINK AND HANGING SHELF IN MIDDLE OF GLASS WALL. Make room for winter plant storage. In the same potting room, there is enough empty floor
desk for computer? shelves for plants
“Love” — deborah10822
Exteriors By Chad Robert
9 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,270
Questions1
What name is the plant with yellow green flower on the top? Thanks for all the answers.
Like plants in rocks around edge of terrace
and small walls; could you use inter locking pavers on something like this too and keep a clean look?
masonry for a rim. then minimal mulch and plants.
plants in sections, palms with succulents
Fall planting. Many plants will appreciate being transplanted in October, since mild temperatures and still-warm soils permit optimal plant growth. In
colder weather, an planting them in the fall can result in severe damage to foliage and newer branches. Those in the low zone can still plant most of the species
In the middle and high zones, wait until spring to plant heat-loving to tender perennials, like Lantana and some broad-leaved evergreen trees and shrubs
“landscape” — shreya005
Moore Design Builders
8 Reviews
Crossroads home
Ideabooks975
Questions1
Planting a perennial meadow requires the same skill in plant placement as other forms of planting do, including the techniques
using the right plants in the right place. Modern perennial meadows are a mixture of colorful perennial plants and grasses that are planted in groups and
Planting a perennial meadow requires the same skill in plant placement as other forms of planting do, including the techniques of grouping and repetition
pink sedums in this long border are planted in groups and repeated, creating a visual link along the border. The planting is tight to form a low-maintenance
varieties of perennials and tight plantings were used, there is little need for time-consuming tying, staking and weeding of plants in season.
black eyed susans and other plants...
“Article about perennial meadow, planting in drifts. Perfect for tying together large yard.” — betsysmalley
Grants Gardens
Siesta Key Beach Front
Ideabooks2,230
Questions3
Colorful and hardy tropical plants on Siesta key
that pink plant behind the bench called?
The plant has thick, fern- like leaves. Does anyone know the name?
i love the colors, heights, and textures of the plants
Cardboard plant and dwarf fern palm in front of Camilla's?
What is the plant behind the...It's a Red Ti leaf plant
“plants” — jstclair1503
sustainable garden design perth
3 Reviews
copper vertical garden
Ideabooks5,948
Questions3
vertical garden sculpture, garden art, vertical garden, garden wall, fencing, garden fence, green wall, garden screen, garden feature
but I wasn't inquiring about the sealer. I was inquiring about the copper plant holders themselves.
Adding greenery to the wall: The copper planters
Planters don't attempt to cover the wall and accent the bricks
The creativeness in using copper drain tubing for planting.
colorful and complements the red brick. A vibrant array of shade-loving foliage plants fills the planters, thriving in this protected, shady area.
colourful and complements the red brick. A vibrant array of shade-loving foliage plants now fills the planters, thriving in this protected, shady area.
how are these attached tot he wall?
“interesting idea” — Stillwater Architecture L.L.C.
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Spring Hill Residence
Ideabooks22,994
Questions3
What kind of plant is that on the left of the picture? Almost looks like monkey grass
what is the plant type looking like some sort
while still keeping some obvious detail. I love the clean cool look the plants and stones give off. I want to use some of these ides in my own backyard
the owner of the house) was the lovely Sue Moss, an amazing talent with plants and garden-scapes, sadly now relocated to California.
paving and planting work to counterbalance the rectilinear walls and tall fence, creating a soft and welcoming pathway. The largely green planting palette
SIDE YARD---LIKE HOW FILLED IN WITH SOIL AND PLANTS THE GROUND IS
what is the plant type looks like grass...Stepping stones mixed in with plants
“Landscaping” — Ryan Jarvie
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