116,902 planting in fall Home Design Photos

Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
Craftsman Home
use plant stands to get height
Use a plant stand. This rustic twig stand is a great choice for this Craftsman porch. Plant stands are available in scads of shapes and sizes, and can help you vary the heights in a grouping of potted plants.
plant and stand...container plant...potted plant
“Front door offset” — craftyjody
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
William Reue Architecture
A House in the Woods
The plant and vase maybe something similar in living room?
Plant/flower idea...The plant decor....decorative plant...The plant
“Great accent pieces” — Lin Grosman
Brandon Architects, Inc.
10 Reviews
I like the fence and plants in front
Front fence and plants
Fence Numbers Platers Palm trees Planting beds
Plants in front with stones
“Like the horizontal wood fence and # 's” — wpmyers
{environmental concept}
1 Review
the pruning/training style for plants is called " espalier", and increases fruit yield, BESIDES being pretty! google ESPALIER, or here's a start: http://www.motherearthnews.com/orga
A fence that also allows you to plant vegetables! What to do when not growing?
great dog fence AND garden fence at the same time. Could be lower for our dogs or low and high for dogs and plants
clever way to fence cheaply while allowing plants to grow over and climbing veggies
8. Sur un grillagePourquoi ne pas de vous servir de votre clôture comme tuteur pour favoriser le développement des plantes légumières ?Astuce : accrochez uniquement les plantes qui ont besoin d’un soutien, comme les pieds de tomate, de haricot vert, d’aubergine…
“Fence” — drdeewater
Outhouse Design
3 Reviews
Fowler St, Camperdown
Planting around the edge of the wall/floor
with lush plantings, large-format pavers, a built-in barbie and a custom-made decorative screen that adds vibrancy and interest.
4. GARDEN SCREENSFrom simple…This concrete space was transformed into an inviting modern garden with wrought iron screens, paving tiles, and well-planned plantings. Scenes
12. Add privacyIf you’re in the city and want to enjoy your outdoor space peek-free, add privacy with fast-growing plants, screens and walls. Just check council and planning restrictions, and it’s always a good idea to give your neighbours some warning when placing something above the fence line.
“Wall” — nafsmir
Pound Shop
Camac Street Rowhouse
I like the floating shelves in addition to the plants in the living wall
Hanging shelves for plants.
Bench seat with plants behind
Plant boxes...plant box
“Nook” — Janine MacSporran
AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Cont. Diablo
I gather in the picture the hanging plant is a wisteria?
have a wisteria growing in a pot with supporting poles trying to control it. I was deathly afraid to have the plant near my house and foundation as it's been known that this beautiful plant once matured can actually tear the house down. Do you have blueprints to this beautiful trellis I can use to build
Wood slating to hide fence with climbing plants
low wall to separate areas love colors and fence pieces and plants
“curve and wisteria bushes” — allison5cp
Beccy Smart Photography
1 Review
East London Terrace Oasis
plants, bushes, trees as privacy screen
Backyard with wall plantings
WITH THE PLANTS...climbing plants
“Beautiful” — lunabay27
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