85,682 planting Home Design Photos

Banyon Tree Design Studio
7 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
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tiful planting design. Could you identify the plants?
which plants and trees should be protected. Expect to have to re-sod or restore areas where material is staged and workers are walking.
concrete blocks with drought tolerant plantings
layout and plants. Maybe for front yard?
up the plant palette. While the steep backyard is loose and planted as a viewing garden, the front yard is clean looking and orderly. It's been less than a year since the plants have gone in, but already the couple is thrilled. So soon after installation, we have quite a lush and beautiful landscape,”
how Port planted for all seasons. “Something is always coming to life,” notes Jane. They are just now establishing their first season of vegetables.
“Back yard” — Dee Hill
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
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hi there, can you please share the plants that you used for this landscape? they are beautiful!
for this plant. That's just my guess, but I'm pretty sure that's right. Both of these plants (assuming that's dwarf) would be about 2-2.5 feet tall at peak. Beautiful choices, and pretty unusual to put them together (black-eyed Susans are a favorite of old time gardens, so pretty interesting choice for
This planted area which is much longer than the section in the photo includes: Dwarf Miscanthus, Barrenwort, Chinese Fountain Grass, Daylily, Showy Stonecrop, Spring bulb mix, Hakone Grass, Painted Fern, White Liatris, Walker's Low Catmint and others. There are overlapping lines or mixed fields of
“Natural---grass with yellow cornflower” — cj_artist1
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Acanthus mollis, at the Getty Villa, CA
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climates this plant may be difficult to eradicate (bits of roots left in the ground will sprout again).
good shade plant that can withstand less than desirable soil and clay.
shade plant that can withstand less than desirable soil and clay.” “When to plant: Spring or summer” “love the foliage. is it deer resistant?” “& high plant in spring or summer” “I like all these plants. Different textures of green.” “7 evergreen wonders of the plant world Bears Breech” “cast-iron plant
en to plant: Spring or summer”
& high plant in spring or summer
cast-iron plant, described next, I use acanthus in large planters deprived of much sunlight.USDA zones: 6 or 7 to 11 (find your zone)Water requirement: Wet to moist soilLight requirement: Partial sun to dappled shadeMature size: 4 feet tall and wideSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen to plant: Spring or summer
“Yard” — 709dickhowser
VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
2 Reviews
French Country Estate
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Could you please tell me the name of the plant on the left side of the screen....tall, spiky, palm like.
like the plants and the glass windows
addition of plants introduces garden outside
Lots of plants in my courtyard
Plants plants plants!
spiky plant....the plants...Big plants...Lots of plants...want that Plant...big plants on porch...plants 1...potted plant
“Plants” — lamarhomes
Gardens by Gabriel
6 Reviews
Lush Los Osos Landscape
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What plants did you use to achieve such a masterpiece?
flowering plants. The little leaved moss or thyme surrounding the paving stones
lovely plant collection and stone path
coastal planting bed is filled with color, both from the perennials and the grasses. It's also filled with plants. The overall look is a blend of cottage and traditional, a nice mix for a home garden and certainly up to handling coastal weather.
A joyous celebration of plants — with their unique traits
native plants. Carex, Stipa and Pennisetum — carefree ornamental grasses — intermingle with Gaura and kangaroo paw in what some may call "controlled chaos." I call it irresistible.
They can be used to break up a cacophony of flowering plants in a border or path either in spring or fall, or on into
“Beautiful!” — Frank Crandall Horticultural Solutions
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
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What is the Latin name of this plant?
This plant looks like a relative of bamboo....anyone know what it is?
Hello, the vertical plant is Equisetum and the light green one is Ipomea.
Even in a small area of monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding
Plant vertical for driveway under deck
monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important.
love fountain. Love plants and their symetery
monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important.Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green Ipomoea.
“Nature” — fverfver
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
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dangerous plants. Consult a gardener or horticulturist for how to steer clear of dangerous plants in your yard, including: •Toxic plants (mushrooms, oleander) •Prickly plants (roses, bougainvillea, cactus) •Plants that bear small fruit (berries, olives) Radel notes that berries and olives, like pea gravel
the top plants ingested by small children that send them to the emergency room.
The Brickman Group, Ltd.Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Consider planting more edibles. Plant more vegetables, fruits and herbs; most are considered nontoxic and safe for curious children to ingest. Guides to growing your
brick and plantings for 'herb garden' at front of house...
Esthetically beautiful. brick walkways wind among the plants, but I think it would be easier to tend if beds were raised
“garden” — meganparker14
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
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variety of raised beds & planting surround
I like the large same groupings of the same plant, especially the grasses.
mass plantings, with more than just 1 type of plant
like the grass plantings in dark rock, but brush etc. not interested
only one plant type been used. The varieties play off each other's characteristics in unexpected ways.
“Check out yellow flowers” — meadow_rose
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