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Utopia Landscape Design
8 Reviews
Please tell me name of plant in pot? Thanks
the sun dips.WHY IT WORKS: It subtly blends into its surrounds, letting plants and landscaping features be the stars.WHERE TO USE IT: Gardens and courtyards
potted plants...spiky plants...tropical plants...Same plants...Paint colour and plantings...Forrest plants...Plant and planter...Rendered wall and potted plants...Colour, varying levels, plants...Plants for planter...pot and plant
“Landscape” — homeinthesun
Loudoun County Landscape Architecture
Complete Outdoor Environments
Our smaller size allows us to get to know each client, understand his or her needs and be involved with all phases of each project.
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Use of gray pebble and plants, texture, rain chain
Plants in pebbles and pebbles near the house
What kind of plants are these?...Nice mix of rock, plants, cement...Great plant and hardscape configuration...Plante entre roches rivière...Drip chain rocks with plants....Plants and rocks...Pebble plants...Yucca plants. Variegated :)
“Alles” — Martina Weimer
Wallace Landscape Associates
10 Reviews
Wilmington Estate Landscape
lawn, what type of grass was planted? Was it seeds, seedlings or carpet like? Thnx
Love the layers of upper, higher plantings
background blossoming plantings? The bushes around them?
accurate information without more details about the area you are interested in planting. (Ex. Sunlight exposure, moisture, soil type) . Our recommendation would
autumn clematis. Love the layers of upper, higher plantings - What are the background blossoming plantings? The bushes around them? PRO Wallace Landscape
Large yard with deep shrub/tree plantings make for a lush Privacy Planting
this is the look for you. A fairly large footprint is necessary — think planting beds 8 to 24 feet deep — to achieve this look.
Idea for side of house planting
“White flowers Lush greenery Stone work” — jerseyshoremomoffour
Offshoots, Inc.
2 Reviews
South End Roof Deck
A cozy dining area situated within lush plantings creates a quiet hideaway from Bostons busy downtown. Woodwork by Studio Fkia
Wall of plants at end and side of fencing.
Nice mixture of texture and plants; privacy provided
Abundant gardening can be seen as creating a plant world that accommodates people, rather than the other way around. But does that provide enough lifestyle
plants for privacy - high grass
“Outdoor trellis” — jillleah
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
sort of bender board was used to deliniate the borders between DG, rocks & plants w/mulch.
which plant? the larger one is a selected specimen of a dwarf variegated yucca, blue
tall, green plant looks good with the blue-green grass.
whats the name of the plant...The plant, the texture on the left wall...Plants, rocks...steel, concrete, rocks and planting...Cluster of plants...plant ( yucca)...Blue plants!
“Block” — rox_gom
D'Asign Source
13 Reviews
Can you please tell me the names of the plants in the photo?
or ‘Red Sister’, the large leaf plant is an Alocasia. Thank you for your question.
The red one is a Hawaiian Ti Plant (Cordyline Fruticosa), there are
varieties. The one with large green leaves is an Alocasia or Elephant Ear plant.
the pool and the plants. Also, might try sloping entry in to Jacuzzi on one side and pool on the other.
beautiful red tropical plant and surrounding palms
a Hawaiian Ti Plant (Cordyline Fruticosa), there are many varieties. The one with large green leaves is an Alocasia or Elephant Ear plant
“Lights” — paige555
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
San Francisco Residence
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
Plants in pot - Mexican heather ?...rounded "bowls" as planted on pillars...Red plants?...potted plant...Plant pots...our rock garden plants...Nice pot planting...Red plant in planters...Red plant...plants and planters...potted entryway plants
“bowls” — a1ivy111
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
6 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
I am looking for shade plants that can tolerate dry conditions and that are deer proof. I really like
Fewer flagstones, more gravel, plants draping over borders
gravel & bluestone w shade plantings...plants, ground cover...Shade plants...shade plantings...I like the plants here...Plants and steps
“Fountain” — facepublica
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