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Fordellis, LLC
Ridge Oak remodel
Ideabooks5,276
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What temp and condition can these plants tolerate?
What temp can these plants tolerate?
name of the plant between the two cacti
Can you please advise me the name of the spiky plant? (The one between the two cacti)
What type of rock is the plant sitting in?
growth and start a new plant if you wish
It is a Yucca Cane, yucca elephantipes. It's an indoor plant that has thrived outdoors in the Austin climate. It has grown as tall as 5' to 6', you can prune and control the growth as you see fit and start the clippings as a new plant.
“fence” — ashleyheptighill
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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Ideabooks11,134
Questions4
had fun adding furniture, antique planters, and a stone fountain to [landscape designer] Robert Welsch’s beautiful landscape. The white and green plantings provide the perfect backdrop to my collection of colorful table linens, glassware, and china. We love our garden!” Dean Fisher loved it, too. “The
and relaxed. It evokes the south of France, with its intimate scale and the integration of house and patio through the use of the vines and other plantings.”
What kind of plants are the white and the long ones?! Thanks a lot.
I love how the stones leading to the terrace are farther apart with plants between. What is
Hello dandilionwishes, thanks for the question. We planted creeping mother of thyme - a low growing ground cover perfect for between steps. So glad you like it. More at www.WestoverLD.com Robert Welsch Westover
“gate, fences, grass, stone” — katerskill
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks20,433
Questions3
What is the name of the tree to the left ? I am in the process of planting some trees in my garden for some shade. And need some ideas.
Love the jumbled plants tucked behind tight boxwood hedge
Gorgeous and green, these beds are beautifully planted and maintained.
Garden framing with plants and stone
garden beds. The use of plants rather than formal walls lends a cohesive feel to the entire space.
Two special details make this grand lawn feel more intimate, appropriately scaled to the humans who stroll here. The first appears in the foreground where two deep planting beds are outlined by low
acts as a doorway to the hidden garden beyond. This arbor's placement is successful because the lawn continues beneath it like a walking path — and plantings on either side prevent anyone from side-stepping the journey.
“Perhaps your hardscape is firmly established and not easily changed. No worries. Redesigning your be” — katpur24
The Garden Design Company
Cliffmore
Ideabooks1,192
Questions0
Gravel path & plants. Beautifully simple
House, roof over door, shapes of planting areas, gravel walk
group plants in blocks, pea gravel between
most of this resource by watering in the morning (“Consider it your garden’s morning caffeine jolt”), creating watering basins and furrows, grouping plants in blocks and more. Full story: Edible Gardening Essentials: Watering Tips Worth Soaking Up
used in a raised bed to grow vegetables. The paths have added gravel for erosion control. When you're planting directly in the ground, use a soil test to determine your native soil type and choose plants that thrive in that type of soil. (Learn how to determine your soil type below.)
most of this resource by watering in the morning (“Consider it your garden’s morning caffeine jolt”), creating watering basins and furrows, grouping plants in blocks and more.Full story: Edible Gardening Essentials: Watering Tips Worth Soaking Up
“Stone beds” — kaoridawn
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
7 Reviews
Forever Home
Ideabooks10,877
Questions10
The woodland strolling garden combines steppers and shredded bark as it winds through the border, pausing at a “story stone”. Planting locations minimize disturbance to existing canopy tree roots and provide privacy within the yard.
What's the plant with the green flowers near the chairs?
What is the low ground cover type plant on each side of the sidewalk
Will the plants in the picture survive living under pine trees in GA?
Thank you for your comment and question. Many of the plants shown should grow fine under pines in Georgia. In Chicago our climate is much colder and our plant palette is limited. Please check your soils pH when selecting your plants. A visit to your local arboretum or nursery should help in your local
“Backyard” — dianecox
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Romantic Guesthouse Garden
Ideabooks2,685
Questions1
Everything! The path, the plants, the adjoining forest
Path and stone area w/ planting
Plant combinations & paving.
Tight planting to edge path
climbing plants....Soft plantings...Walkway plantings...the plants
“path” — jfw09
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks6,055
Questions4
used to tie the garden to the residence across the street. This is a unique seaside, low maintenance garden. Drought resistant and salt friendly plantings were used throughout. This garden has become the focus of the neighborhood with many visitors stopping and enjoying what has become a neighborhood
Plant purple ground cover and grasses next to river rock
Lovely use of stone, plantings, color, etc.
I like the different height of plants, use of grasses, and natural
“aa” — Brendan Poh Jian Bao
gail olsen
cottage landscape
Ideabooks2,489
Questions2
Like the pot table pattern for putting plants
The great outdoors. Just as food in the kitchen can be a problem for pets, so can plants in the garden. There are any number of plants that can cause problems; for some of the most common ones, see the Houzz guide, 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets.Compost, cocoa-based mulches, pesticides, insecticides,
the great outdoorsJust as food in the kitchen can be a problem for pets, so can plants in the garden. There are any number of plants that can cause problems; for some of the most common ones, see the Houzz guide, 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets.Compost, cocoa-based mulches, pesticides, insecticides,
“Nice potting table” — evesuddaby
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