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TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS
Greenwich Village Townhouse
achieve a planted rear-yard design that satisfied all interested parties, and brought an impressive array of engineers and consultants aboard to help guarantee a safe process. Turett worked with the owners to design a light-filled house, with landscaped yard and terraces, a music parlor, a skylit gym with
sub who planted these, they are hard to find these days because of birch borer susceptibility. River birch is a good substitute.
Minimal landscaping but with the opportunity to plant a few things
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
succulent plants and pots
Large ceramic pot with succulent plants are outside.
types of succulents and how to plant them
tight fit of plants together in this container
The orange pot and the orange plant looks harmonious.
The key plant (sometimes called the thriller) here is not the tallest one, but rather the bright orange carbuncled echeveria (Echeveria gibbiflora hybrid, zones 9 to 11) which repeats the container color so perfectly.
plane.Planting notes:Make sure the container has ample drainage holes. Succulents will rot in soggy soil.Use a soilless-based potting soil with excellent drainage. Add extra perlite if necessary.Incorporate a slow-release granular fertilizer when planting.Top-dress with decorative gravel if desired.Water
efforts, the plants may die back in hot summer conditions. Keep weeds under control. Pinch back the tops to keep the plants bushier and encourage new growth. You may need to stake taller plants, especially in windy areas. Dill attracts butterflies and is also fairly pest free. You’re most likely to see
When to plant: Dill germinates more readily in spring, but you can sow through summer for a steady supply; in desert and mild-winter climates, continue planting through fall. Favorites: Bouquet, Dukat, Fernleaf, Lady Diana, Smokey Bronze
When to plant: Dill germinates more readily in spring, but you can sow through summer for a steady supply; in desert and mild-winter climates, continue planting through fall. Favorites: Bouquet, Dukat, Fernleaf, Lady Diana, Smokey Bronze mediterranean by Girasole SonomaAdd to ideabook by Girasole Sonoma
covered outdoor patio
plants display on the back of the sofa
all the plants and the low seating, although I would change the colors and patterns.
like the plants behind the furniture
combined with plants looks outstanding
Sofa backed by plants
Potted plants for indoors
Pots and plants...container plant...potted plant...tropical plants
modern house architects
fence and plantings on the deck.
Potted plants for the patio
Plants in pots...large plant pots...ainer plants...potted plants...container plants
I like the idea of spots for built in plants
plants spilling out of pots
Plants on ledge...Plants add to scene...Plants around pool...ainer plant...potted plant...container plant
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Love the plants and the hanging busy lizie
Seating arrangement and placement of plants
Flowers and plants...container plants...basket plants...potted plants
Small city garden
50-50 plants-hard materials. Transparent bridge over a small pond. Lighting provided for evening use. Arjan Boekel
Boekel. “Plants are the only distinctive elements to make a room a garden.” He planted half the available surface, creating two distinct areas: usable hardscape and lush greenery. “It creates a green buffer zone between the outside living room and the inside living room,” he says. The homeowners also wanted
Boekel. “Plants are the only distinctive elements to make a room a garden.” He planted half the available surface, creating two distinct areas: usable hardscape and lush greenery. “It creates a green buffer zone between the outside living room and the inside living room,” he says.