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Lisa Cox Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Lisa Cox Landscape Design
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interior, this young couple and their one year old son were ready to tackle the back yard. After refurbishing the "Spool" and designing a contemporary plant palette, the end result allowed a place to entertain family and friends. Photo by Rich Cox/ Rich Cox Photography
What is the name of these colorful plants to the right?
“Straight lines? vs curved lines” — laelder
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks350
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Using minimal space with taller plants. integrating the architecture
mass planting, steppers, pool, white deco
luv plantings and trees
pergola & plants...climbing plants...mass planting
“great natural cantilever shade element with vines and trellis” — pattercy
Adeeni Design Group
10 Reviews
Pacific Heights Victorian
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potted plants
Love the potted plants
Rockers, plants...deck plants...plant suggestions...plants on terrace
“". L Le ol. Please No P Me,” — carmyhms
Studio EMG
lkpt residence
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The LKPT residence, designed by Eric Green, is an outdoor gathering space defined by its sculpted objects and sustainable plantings. The central feature of the space is a 40" hand polished concrete wall. The wall is joined by a custom concrete firepit, pergola, and fountain. Green incorporated the
“Fire pit area” — barnic2900
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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to "speed up" the growth of lichen as it does add an antique look. The answer is beer and yogurt! Moss is another organic growth. It is a rootless plant that likes damp conditions so you will find it primarily of shady sides of the roof. Again, it will not damage the tiles, but plenty of growth might
love ocotillo and whatever the orange flowering plant is
Nice use of nice gravel, without using grass or plants
I like these red flowering plants that the house down the street used. They add color, but keep it clean and modern
these red flowered plants are nice
“I like these red flowering plants that the house down the street used. They add color, but keep it” — mamaseltzer
Wheat's Landscape
Hume
Ideabooks296
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I love my stonecrop plant. Love the stone arch.
How to use it. Use larger, erect varieties of sedum to line paths or edge planting beds. Their preference for sandy soils makes them suitable for
sedum to line paths or edge planting beds. Their preference for sandy soils makes them suitable for rock gardens. Feel free to cut a few stems and bring them inside for a seasonal bouquet.
How to use it. Use larger, erect varieties of sedum to line paths or edge planting beds. Their preference for
How to use it. Use larger, erect varieties of sedum to line paths or edge planting beds. Their preference for sandy soils makes them suitable for rock gardens. Feel free to cut a few stems and bring them inside for a seasonal bouquet.
“Sedum..” — Roxanne Mead
Maxine Schnitzer Photography
6 Reviews
Living Rooms
Ideabooks338
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can you tell me the name of the large plant, please?
love the large plant
Kia likes plant here
piano plant colors textures
indoor plants
“Kia likes plant here” — kee4keeps
Egue y seta
Sta Caterina Home. Living by the Market
Ideabooks149
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Are those living plants in the glass planter?
I love the look! Are they living plants, if so how do you water them without getting the inside of the planter dirty? How did you come up with that idea?
Plants for Duncan area in basement
plantes et bleu...the plants
“Plants for Duncan area in basement” — scorpion1
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