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Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
English Tudor Estate & Garden
What trees do you recommend to plant around a pond?
Plants between the rocks ... What are they?
i need to plant around my flagstone
Stone with plant cover in between.
An interesting idea to pass OVER your water element - the layered planting beds as you approach the wall would add interest without adding maintenance.
I like how the trees are planted. With tile around
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
Lifescape Custom Landscaping, Inc.
Looks like a squash or pumpkin plant
I'm not sure, the homeowner planted them but it looks like a squash not a pumpkin to me.
Love the Planting Bed, the stained wood and the wire above it. Like the fence too.
Have planting sections against fence like this
border edible planting
container bed plant...Raised planted bed
Christopher Burns Interiors
A Modern Gem
What type of plant is this?
What a beautiful work, and great plant pot seting(or how do I call it)
The plant on the coffee table is awesome!
Plant on table
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
San Francisco Dining Terrace
What are the taller plants in the far right board formed concrete planter?
Did you thinhk aboyut adding a water feature and a bright colour plant? it'd be super cool to add these!!! just a suggestion...
Like the sections, decking and rows of plants,
like . . . wooden pathway and raised plant box at right
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
Tribeca Backyard Garden by Jeffrey Erb
What type of plant is the green foliage in the background?
Nice furniture. Like how the planting becomes a privacy screen
natural privacy planting
plant combo...screening plant...privacy planting
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
Red Yarrow, Achillia spp
Add to ideabook by Jocelyn H. Chilvers by Jocelyn H. Chilvers Plant perennials and annuals. Many perennials and annuals can be directly planted into the garden now for late-winter and early-spring color, as well as color throughout the rest of the growing season. Plant Yarrow (Achillea
plants for early spring plant in february
Great plant companions, like airy red yarrow and spiked purple
Remove the spent flowers from spring-blooming plants. Deadheading the plant will not only make it look better, but it will keep it from forming seed. Your plants’ energy will be better spent on developing healthy foliage and root systems. Some plants will also form another set of flower buds and bloom
Great plant companions, like airy red yarrow and spiked purple salvia, showcase a winning combination of hot and cool colors.
bonsai plants can add beauty in ur bathroom...kitchen..
Love this tiered shelf and the idea to place these type of bonsai type plants on it. Very peaceful looking
my dream collection of plants all outdoors
patio - shelving for container plants.
your favourite plants proudly in colourful pots to add personality to your space. Fall in love with bonsai plants; they grow slowly, and provide a low-maintenance garden option for busy city professionals.
4. Cultivate a hobbyA bonsai garden is a great option for a deck. The plants grow very slowly
pace and plant age. Many bonsais require re-potting once a year.Tools: Special tools are available for specific bonsai maintenance, such as trimming and shapingBonsai Shopping TipsWith traditional conifer species, the trunk should be thicker at the bottom and taper toward the top. Avoid plants with scars;
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Melville
Evergreen plant ideas. Out of palo alto
i like the mix of potted and planted plants in the garden
in the second-most-textured plants until you finish with soft, wispy foliage and grasses.
Using potted plants in a border
suggest, picking the boldest, strongest-textured plants first, placing them in the
how to divide pathway from planting area, mixed plants
Potted plants in a garden, very nice
Potted plants add height to the bed and create another layer of continuity throughout the yard. To achieve a similar monochromatic look, Warto suggests pulling plants at the nursery to see what works well together. Pick the boldest and strongest-textured plants first, placing them in the garden before
visual interest. Potted plants add height to the bed and create another layer of continuity throughout the yard.To achieve a similar monochromatic look, Warto suggests pulling plants at the nursery to see what works well together. Pick the boldest and strongest-textured plants first, placing them in the