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What is the name of the plant that has a large leaf hanging over the wood brige? Will it grown in Zone 9?
plant out 'jungle garden' more heavily and add rope to bridge as originally planned
Beautiful plants! I love this lush green back ground!
Use texture. Many gardeners grow tropical plants for their color
tropical plants for their color, but you mustn't overlook the dramatic and architectural textures that they lend to the landscape as well. Every single texture in the photo here is provided by a tropical plant, yet gardeners outside the tropics can get the same effects by using temperate and tropical foliage
foliage plants together in the same bed.The philodendron (Philodendron 'Burle-Marx', zones 10 to 11) can be swapped out with temperate plants with a similar texture, such as hostas (Hosta spp, zones 3 to 9), while the larger-leaved palm trees can be replaced with cold-hardy types, like windmill palm (
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Formal Graden Path with Arborvitae and Boxwood
What plants are in the front of the hedging?
Can you pls tell me the name of the 3 main bushes/plants in this photo?
Pls. tell me the name of the tall bush, the hedge, and the plant (that looks like a hosta). thx
Love how lush it looks. Like the textures and repeated plants
plants to go alomg beside are Hostas
Perfect. A few types of plants with openings thru to faraway trees.
4. Plant wind-blocking hedges. If winds are an issue around your home, planting tall hedges or installing another wind-blocking feature (a fence, trees) on the north side
elegant. Plant along the fence where they get enough shade?
on the plant from one to three years. Three layers of foliage present us here with a wall of greens — from the emerald green of the Thuja occidentalis through the golden young foliage of the trimmed Buxus to the shieldlike leaves of the variegated Hostas.
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Plants that look good together - atrium
Love the plants with the chair.
LOVE THE IDEA OF PLANTS AND VASES
Love plant arrangement
Plants and chair - Mohawk
Plants for front porch?
grouping with chair and plants
plant arrangement for deck
Tall pot for plant...plant combo...Like the plants....plant grouping...potted plants
Ornamental grass and space between plants
Grass planted in garden or pot
THESE ARE GREAT PLANTS AND MAY LAST THRU THE SNOW. LOOK FOR THEM AT HOME DEPOT OR LOWES.......
Find out what the cat-tail like plant is called
check this plant out
red/purple plant is called?
plant arrangement...Flowing plant...Plant ideas...Love the plant...I like this plant...front planting...planting design...Front plant...rock wall
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steel and concrete
are the walls? Was color added to dement. Thanks! Love the l
Love the design. what's the red cover plant in the foreground though?
Plantings on slope above a wall.
retaining wall with lower wooden deck
Cement walls? Like the boxy square look
coral belles = red plant. need to find out if its shade or sun
Deck with wall. Like tall grasses too
I am always attracted to the low concrete walls with
decide to plant one, make sure that you water it regularly during the hot season, and it should be fine. I found also this on the Internet: Cultural Preferences Hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 to 7, the weeping Alaskan cedar prefers full sun exposures, though it tolerates
on the plant throughout the winter, waiting for next spring. They can become very tall and bushy if properly trimmed. I also replaced some junipers with rhododendrons in my garden, and I'm very pleased that I did it. When they are in bloom, they are magnificent! Here are some close-ups of the darker red
Layers of plants and height for privacy
should be planted 10 to 20 feet apart in rows or clusters for maximum effect.
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
beautiful plants to pick from, the lists are endless.
Quite like plants and Fence style and colours together
Very effective planter surrounded by mass plantings of grasses
Garden wall and sea of green
Serrenity & simplicity. Would plant urn with colorful annuals.
before planting it. USDA zones: 6 to 10 Water requirement: Average to low once established Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 18 to 36 inches tall Planting tips: Plant in fall or spring and pop out any unwanted pups when they spring up. It's not necessary to cut this smaller grass back
of the plant at any time.
Mass plantings allow the viewer to really appreciate the texture of the plant. When you no longer need to focus your attention on contrasting colors or habits of multiple plant varieties, you are able to notice the more subtle and delicate features, such as texture. This effect can be achieved with
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An Arlington Residence
What are the two potted plants in front of the hedge - one is variegated green and white and the other to the right of it is purple/blue.
(variegated plant) & the other plant is Loropetalum chinense 'Suzanne'. In zone 7B they have lived in these pots for years. Loropetalum is marginally hardy here, so if we have a very cold winter, I may experience some die back.
Select plants with sound suppression in mind. Wide, dense plantings that include both deciduous and evergreen plants are the most effective for year-round noise abatement. Plants set in motion by the wind create their own sounds that are generally appealing — celebrated in music and literature — and
Select plants with sound suppression in mind. Wide, dense plantings that include both deciduous and evergreen plants are the most effective for year-round noise abatement. Plants set in motion by the wind create their own sounds that are generally appealing — celebrated in music and literature — and that