97,664 planting Home Design Photos

San Marcos Growers
Helictotrichon sempervirens
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tolerances: Drought tolerant; deer resistant; can handle air pollutionSeasonal interest: Evergreen in temperate climates; flowers in summerWhen to plant: Plant or divide in early spring
added by Annie Thornton to Great Design Plant: Blue Oat Grass Botanical name: Helictotrichon sempervirensCommon name: Blue oat grassUSDA zones: 4 to 8; hardy to less than 0 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)Water requirement: Occasional; drought tolerant Light requirement:
temperate climates; flowers in summer When to plant: Plant or divide in early spring
WOULD LOOK GOOD COMBINED WITH LAVENDER...USE EXISTING BLUE GRASS PLANTS I HAVE WITH LAVENDER
climates; flowers in summer When to plant: Plant or divide in early spring
“bigger than blue fescue” — madie229
Jessica Bennett Interiors
5 Reviews
Newport Beach Project
Ideabooks9,967
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What does the different sizes of the plant pots do for this area?
love the plants and hurricane lamps
small balcony with chairs and plants
Love the plants and how its positioned in the space. Gorgeous!!!
Like the table and group of plants between two lounge chairs. Great close quarters for easy conversation plus I'm looking
the patio at World Market, and accessorized them with simple pillows from Pottery Barn. Basic terracotta planters were filled with easy-to-care-for plant life for some added greenery.
“Plants in between chairs” — denell76
Hawks Landscape Inc.
1 Review
Menomonee River Parkway Oasis
Ideabooks1,462
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WHAT ARE THE PLANTS IN FRONT OF THE BIRDBATH BY THE PATH
There is a bench near the center of the photo that may look like a birdbath because part of it is hidden. The plant next to it and by the path is Walker's Low Catmint.
Like the dry-stacked wall, the meandering path and the interesting plantings - looks like it would have some color/structure all year long.
“Soft looking shrubs” — stephanieleev
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
gardencrest
Ideabooks5,663
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If it is, I'm just wondering - how do you get the plants to stay in place as they grow? If it's a trade secret, don't worry, I'm cool. I really like it, though!
I'm not sure if Home Depot has the felt. You can buy kits at this store, which includes the plants so that is helpful. There are of course many other online places to buy the kits. http://sgplants.com/store
“jardin” — Alexandra Horta
Koreman Landscape Company
2 Reviews
Our work
Ideabooks1,439
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Are the 5 plants juniper timo?
Can any of these plants live in dense shade
mass planting of small conifers in front
Mixed with other woody plants, creeping juniper adds texture and contrast, especially when used with false cypress (Chamaecyparis spp) or blue spruce
Each plant has its own unique shape. Each one should be celebrated and featured like a sculpture instead of trimmed into a boring geometric shape.
great mix of evergreens: Mixed with other woody plants, creeping juniper adds texture and contrast, especially
tall and dense.When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important to select trees with strong wood to help prevent storm damage. Plan to enlist the help of a certified arborist to keep your trees healthy and ensure a long life.
“Creeping juniper” — bohkevan
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Cornwall
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plants called yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema Sunset Gold.
Garden - simple and bold planting (and low). Monochromatic plants, incl yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema
yellow plants-kangaroo paws and Coleonema 'Sunset Gold'
I like the blue, as well as the lime green plants
Try keeping the planting simple and bold. Monochromatic plants, including yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema ‘Sunset
Color. Two styles of architecture on one lot? Try keeping the planting simple and bold. Monochromatic plants, including yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema ‘Sunset Gold’, hold this outdoor space together and stand up to the eclectic architecture.
“Gold junipers” — mcou2
O'Connell Landscape
2 Reviews
San Rafael Modern Eichler
Ideabooks1,106
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A garden to match the style of the residence, this garden for a Marin County Eichler utilized stone, concrete and colorful low maintenance plantings to transform an overgrown, outdated space.
what are the different grasses and plants in the foreground?
The purple blooming plants are groundcover Germander (Teucrium cossonii), the grassy looking plants are actually Provence Lavender getting ready to bloom. Day Lily, Red Hot Poker and Bamboo are the other plants in the background.
Alternative backyard plants - little to no grass.
“plants for path to the fountain” — mbukhari123
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Ideabooks9,535
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The plantings, it helps me realize what is lacking in my space.
upper bed plants/fountain; love the hydrangea with ferns
LOVE the fountain, and the pea gravel instead of cement, and the plants, and the arched door….beautiful!
entry in this Southern California home. While most of the plantings are influenced by Mediterranean style, the hydrangeas prove it's possible to add some of your favorite plants, even if they aren't quite authentic.
Incorporate water and plantings. Just as misters keep cool those in the queue at the
cooler. And plants act as shades, blocking the sun's rays before they reach the ground.
In a smaller space, like this courtyard, one special plant may be all you need. The rounded blue hydrangeas are a beautiful complement to the blue-tiled fountain. Used repeatedly as a signature plant, they also
“lush, large fountain” — cristofani
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