721,700 planted wall Home Design Photos

Linden L.A.N.D. Group
6 Reviews
your Jade plant is HUGE!!! I'm very envious!
I like the plants in front of the porch
Look at the jade plant mixed with the Christmas cactus
I love this low deck with all the plants and the hammock.
hostas and grass plantings in front of porch.
Plantings by edge of porch
plants in front of porch
hammock, layered plants
layering of plants...plants in front....like these plants...Siding, porch plant...porch, plantings!...potted plants
“Love the hammock” — Alison Mitchell
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Stone Farm
4 Reviews
Maine Coast Stone
what is the leafy plant growing on the hillside?
Geranium macrorrhizum is a tremendous ground cover in shade, and is as deer-resistant as plants come. This designer dominated the space with this plant and a sedge — trouble-free plants that will live for decades
Geranium macrorrhizum is a tremendous ground cover in shade, and is as deer-resistant as plants come. This designer dominated the space with this plant and a sedge — trouble-free plants that will live for decades. The textures complement each other beautifully.
Keep it simple. Stick to one or two plants for your garden's groundcover. Find something lush that will fill out with little maintenance. Geranium macrorrhizum is a tremendous ground cover in shade, and is as deer-resistant as plants come. This
“Outside steps” — hopdup
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
What variety of allium did you plant?
This is a beautiful mix of plantings.
Wonderful , balanced massing of plants
Option 1: Planting textures for perimeter. Path could be paved, gravel or eliminated. No significant trees to block view.
Grouping of plants seem natural. Nice color without many flowers.
Plantings. Luv this
Clustered plant selections.
repetitive plantings of birch trees
naturalistic planting
All the plants...the plantings...planting, trees
“Lawn edge” — missylongnecker
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
seek out shade loving plants along side a walk
like the light green plants in the sunlight
Planting by foundation
planting, curve in walk
easy going side plants
Plants, ferns...Mix of plants...Shade plants...Plants and walkway...Plants for shade...Plant life...Shade plant combo
“Color” — aclongo82
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
Zen Bathroom
What is the name of the plants?
could u please tell me the names of the white flowering plant and the other plants u have used,besides the palms.I really love the way u have put the plants together.
Have you grown these palm trees in pots? Or are they planted in the ground?
a. Are the plants real b. What about bugs ?
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The plants are real . The doors can close - in this shot they are bi-folded over to each side of the large opening into the garden. This situation not ideal
“I like the green & trees. I like that you can open the door & close it. There's a nice shower space” — Thajba Al
Process Design Build, L.L.C.
6 Reviews
Weinstein Residence
Bricks style & color mod the walls...
path light fixtures gives a traditional look and enhance the look of plants
dimension above the window, lighting, plants
Raised xeriscape bed could serve as perimeter wall
Raised Xeriscape bed is the wall
like 3d dimension on wall
Incorporate short walls along walkway
the curved planter wall
lighting & wall color
THe structural plants
ocotillo plant...seat wall...stone wall
“Lighting” — lanashap
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
What type of plant is shown in the bottom of the picture?
I love the plants with purple spikes shown in the bottom of the picture. We are doing a very similar landscape design in our backyard and would love to know what the plant type was used! Thanks!
What kind of trees are immediately in front of the wall; they make a beautiful screen.
trees in this photo are not 'bonsai' plants, with the exception of the pine tree. It is trimmed yearly to maintain its height, but its roots are not trimmed. Trimming of roots is a practice that is used mostly for plants in containers, not in the ground.
The wall is constructed of wood framing with
surface of cement plaster with an integral color. The integral color provides a softer, more natural tone to the wall that is not have the flat finish of paint.
“espacio” — jmllanesc
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Fountain Rill
What are these fabulous spidery plants and what zone?
This wall has a smooth stucco finish over the concrete.
Hi Dignam, The plant in the foreground is indeed Cyperus papyrus. It is an elegant, clump-forming reed that grows in water or moist soil and reaches 6’ - 8’ tall. There
Metal and concrete wall
raised bed, tile wall
Cement walls with plants
Container and plants
mass plantings...tile walls...inside plants...Tile panel walls...Same plant we have...Concrete wall...Plants for steps...Front furry plants...water plant
“smooth stucco finish over concrete. Very nice” — Green Patio Landscape Design
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