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Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees
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use of varieties plants colors wood vines
variety of colour and leaf shape in plant choices
This is very pleasing to the eye - separate plants, good use of color, height
good use of color in the plants...beautiful mix of colors and plants...like the texture of plantings...Beautiful depth planting...Red plant
“Back yard” — krisso55
June Scott Design
6 Reviews
South Pasadena Eclectic
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architecture, this garden features a front yard meadow with native grasses (Carex praecracilis) and wildflowers. Poured-in-place concrete pavers in a meandering
outdoor dining and lounging areas and subtle landscape lighting. Native plants, herbs, and edibles share the back garden beds, and a raised pond brings
“Deck furniture” — jcparker6
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
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Simple, large planting of same flower.
Again, wildflowers behind something groomed
landscape plants
“simplicity” — mgboucher
ZH Design
10 Reviews
Central Pennsylvania Country Home
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acres of open lawn and meadow surrounding this traditional home and a woodland border, this property called for a diversity of planting and shaping of the
the outdoor spaces. The plant palette consisted of more traditional plants and those of the old paired with many native species to the eastern coast. A
Hello! I love this beautiful garden you've built! Could you please name the plants on this picture? I'm a beginner in gardening and I live in
in the same area, so I'd like to plant some of these in my garden as well. Thank you!
birds nest spruce. In front of the spruce is catmint and the grasslike plant at the very bottom is liriope. I hope this helps you. Good luck with your
Love this as a water garden - umbrella plant, lilly, etc.
“Pump fountain” — kymnv
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
San Francisco Residence
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What plants are they and are they zone 4 tolerate?
Most of those plants are not for zone 4.
possible planting by front office. like the square
Lavender and red plant in circular pot...rounded "bowls" as planted on pillars...Red plants?...potted plant...Plant pots...our rock garden plants...Nice pot planting...Red plant in planters...plant combination...Big pots for plants...plants and planters...potted entryway plants...container plant...potted plant
“concrete stairway leading to front door with lights - by Huettledesign” — cvzarifis
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Living Green Roof with Solar Panels
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advent of prairie-style plantings and perennial meadows has given us the opportunity to create reasonably low-maintenance planting schemes that complement
the low water usage plants and the texture
Complement with wilder plantings. Not all landscapes
perennial meadows has given us the opportunity to create reasonably low-maintenance planting schemes that complement modern architecture. Here we see a green
wilder plantings. Not all landscapes for modern houses have to be composed of large amounts of hardscape. The advent of prairie-style plantings and perennial
it at eye level. The hybrid system by LiveRoof uses trays with soil and plants placed side-by-side to give the impression of a seamless extensive green
“size and solar” — designon10
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Gualala Sea Side Heather Garden
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soil. Look for a plant called Calluna vulgaris , a type of erica ,which is cold hardy. Also look up some of these other plants: Erica and Daboecia
Colours and texture layout of plants
Multiple colors in planting...Plant slop hill...Like the plants...Colorful plantings...Hillside planting...Downhill planting
“Hillside” — dm75
Debra Herdman Design
5 Reviews
Suburban Garden
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Rain garden, lowspot where moist friendly plants flourish
Great use of wild flowers to creat texture, volume. Nice how plants of the same spices are clustered all over to creat balance
Wildflower look...Wildflower garden...Setting/color plantings...lovely sloped planting arrangement...drought tolerant plants...flowering plants...planting bed
“gardens on property” — Janice Mechan
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