1,465 planting wildflower meadow Home Design Photos

Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
what are these type of plants
Yes my mistake, the red plant in the front is Japanese Blood Grass. It can be invasive so use it carefully.
use block planting for clean lines on sloped yards to emphasize a plant, or focus on color or foliage.
Translate this image into your plant design by crafting a blend of plants high and low in size, loud and subtle in color and texture, plants that move at the slightest breeze and those that don’t. The juxtaposition will add another layer of interest to your garden.
edging plant. It keeps a uniform size and shape, reaching about 18 inches tall.
“planting and boulders” — Charla Kaul
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Foster Rd
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the arc of the wall, the meadow feeling
Craftsman homes, for example, blend perfectly with gardens featuring mass plantings of ornamental switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9), Russian sage (Perovskia
low wall, like we might want to separate our wildflower field/septic area
compost from your yard waste bin will work magic on your plants. Other ways to help create a healthy soil ecosystem include the use of organic fertilizer, like fish emulsion and adding mycorrhizal fungi to your soil. The fungi benefit plants by helping them to absorb more nutrients. It’s a natural process
Forgoing a lawn for a planting of short ornamental grasses is an excellent way to maintain a horizontal plane of green without weekly maintenance. Some ornamental grasses are strong enough to walk on, so research before you purchase based on your activity needs.
“Lawn” — dilvia311
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
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wildflowers and tall grasses. nice combo
the plants go right up to the porch and really make the edge of the porch feel softened
plan would feature neatly arranged plants grouped by height in the bed next to the porch, this Michigan garden blends an array of plants and grasses in an equally mixed array of sizes that works perfectly with a farmhouse-style home.
Nearly any type of smaller plant that can be grown in the ground can
can be used in a hanging basket. The plants that tend to look the best, however, are the ones that have a soft downward trailing or mounding habit rather than a stiff upright growth pattern. Opt for plants like ivies, pothos, ferns, succulents, vines and annuals like petunias, impatiens, geraniums,
“For flower beds around deck” — maryellen210
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Eclectic Gardens
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In naturalistic settings pair low junipers with wildflowers such as false sunflower (Heliopsis helianthoides) and helenium, or plant clumps of airy panic grass (Panicum virgatum) or fountain grass amid
junipers with wildflowers such as false sunflower (Heliopsis helianthoides) and helenium, or plant clumps of airy panic grass (Panicum virgatum) or fountain grass amid the junipers” “CREEPING JUNIPERS AND OTHER SMALL EVERGREENS MAKE GREAT COVER FOR ROCK AREAS AND DRY GROUND”
spread to 4 feet with maturity in full sun; the plants have silver-blue needles, which provide good visual contrast.
In naturalistic settings pair low junipers with wildflowers such as false sunflower (Heliopsis helianthoides) and helenium, or plant clumps of airy panic grass (Panicum virgatum) or
“Different colors for interest” — tigger1222
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Hillside
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in a warm pallet of colors maximizing the use of the side property and views of the San Francisco Bay. Low maintenance and drought & deer tolerant planting provide a gracious transition between the built environment and the adjoining openlands. Michele Lee Wilson Photography
I see that kangaroo paws are used here, as well as assorted grasses. What are yellow blooming plants below them?
I love this hillside!!! These are the most beautiful set of natural steps with an incredible plant selection. What size are the cedar timbers?
Planting for seaside wind and hilly walk ways
I love the way every plant compliments each other. This is very nice!
tolerant plants. Nice color
Flowing plants that look good in a breeze.
“Garden” — aliwe
WEST ELEVATION ARCHITECTS INC
3 Reviews
Strawberry Park Landscape
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natural stone with smaller area for planting in front yard
Use of rocks on slope with plantings, provides
with plantings, provides a wind/water break. Creates microenvironments. Interpret Lauren Springer's "manitee" rocks with our granite boulders? out company out of Steamboat Springs.
wildflowers, plantings on outcropped slope
Wildflowers-- different flowers and foliage
Rocks Plants close together
Beautiful wildflowers
Mixed plants...Plants and rocks...Love these plants...The plants...Plants for yard
“Pool scape” — mvongomez
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
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The very first plant at the "V" beginning of the path on the right looks like a perennial Lamb's Ear. The plant behind it with lavender flowers spreading out is Cat Mint. Under the first window looks like Russian Sage. On the left side the first few plants I'm unable to see clearly. But
Could you list the plants/herbs/flowers in this garden?
dense plants, differnt heights, lots of color and texture
Plant it all? Just leave the path
wildflowers and loose white stone path
the foreground), herbs and squash (adjacent to the house) planted here and there alongside scented flowers and ornamentals.
Clean up your spring and summer garden. That way you'll make room for your cooler-weather plants. • Remove any plant that is dead, including spring and summer annuals, like petunias
“Crushed shell walkway” — anyajg
Mayita Dinos Garden Design
2 Reviews
Mediterranean Fantasy
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At the top of these stairs is a tiny meadow meadow leading to a garden room resembling an ancient ruin- an idyll where lovers met in secret? The 'floor' inside the crumbling stone walls is an Italian mosaic tile floor with plants growing through the cracks. The 'ceiling' is formed by the canopies of
SPRUCE UP YOUR BACK YARD #4 Mimic ancient ruins. A tiny, lush meadow leads to a secluded garden room. Partial stone walls look as if they have been crumbling there for centuries, fire-filled stone urns mark the entrance
Mimic ancient ruins. A tiny, lush meadow leads to a secluded garden room. Partial stone walls look as if they have been crumbling there for centuries, fire-filled stone urns mark the entrance
“Stepping stones” — mloubenner
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