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The Office of Charles de Lisle
Portola Valley
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orchid) on counter top. Pic quality too poor for vining habit back shelf plant
Once the bromeliad bloom dies, the plant itself can still be enjoyed for its long green leaves and rosette growth
Name the plants in the pic ....Plants on counter...counter plants for kitchen island...plants on top
“Tile backsplash” — Jessica Belk
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Purple and silver border
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Silver foliage of the annual licorice plant Le jardinet
Licorice plant. Nice spiller in planters.
typical neighborhood designs. The Silvers: Licorice Plant (Helichrysum petiolare) The licorice plant shown here is a fabulous drought-tolerant and deer
SummerWhen to plant: Late spring after all danger of frost has passed
Licorice Plant(Helichrysum petiolare)How can you resist licorice plant? Grow it for
from typical neighborhood designs.The Silvers:Licorice Plant(Helichrysum petiolare)The licorice plant shown here is a fabulous drought-tolerant and deer-resistant
name comes from the faint licorice aroma, but it's best used as a spiller plant in a container arrangement. Where it will grow: Zones 9 to 11; grow as an
“Licorice plant” — Jennifer Mast
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Herb Garden Planter
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feet high and wide Planting note: This plant can be invasive, so it's best suited for containers.
this makes a beautiful plant - and smells so nice
your chosen plants are undemanding, doing some basic soil preparation such as tilling the soil and adding any amendments that your chosen plants might need
Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 1 to 2 feet high and wide Planting note: This plant can be invasive, so it's best suited for containers.
to 2 feet high and widePlanting note: This plant can be invasive, so it's best suited for containers.
Planting and care: Plant seedlings about 6 inches
spondylite) peuvent se développer, mais les plants adultes sont généralement immunisés. Séparez les plants après la première année puis replantez tous
“mint” — marykaykimmel
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
8 Reviews
Sculptural Wall
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spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape, and plant masses add their colorful statement to the canvas. Michele Lee Willson
NOte seating and plant walls. 12/2013 On a larger scale, as part of an overall planting design, carefully using dark foliage to
the container) can give a planting depth and purpose.
On a larger scale, as part of an overall planting design, carefully using
toward the container) can give a planting depth and purpose.
On a larger scale, as part of an over­all plant­ing de­sign, care&
Love how the plants direct you to the planter
part of an overall planting design, carefully using dark foliage to direct the eye (in this case toward the container) can give a planting depth and purpose
“Back wall behind pool” — briteshome
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
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what is the name of the dominant plant here that is whispy with the light brown tips? thanks
Aim for a naturalized composition. If you're going to mix in several different kinds of plants, aim
plants are good. what do you think of space btwn concrete
Embrace the landscape you have. Find plants that thrive in
naturalized composition. If you're going to mix in several different kinds of plants, aim for a casual, less orderly approach. Here, drifts of needlegrass (Nasella
(Calamagrostis sp) and Festuca maireii are punctuated with a mix of flowering plants. The powerful lines and scale of the walk make this naturalized composition
Like the plants with the path
“Landscaping” — heyneha
Tongue in Cheek Antiques
Home in Provence
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marble in outdoor furniture, and urns are a common accessory on patios. Plant lavender or rosemary in rustic urns for your outdoor room and it will smell
Apportez de la gaieté et de la couleur à votre pergola ! Les plantes s’accrochent aux poteaux jusqu’à atteindre le haut de la structure.Astuce
fleurs violettes. Retrouvez plus de conseils pour cultiver des fleurs et des plantes dans votre jardin
“Outdoors” — Katy Hadad-Dyler
Donald Pell - Gardens
13 Reviews
plants
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I'm not sure I understand your question but the plant in the photo is Carex pendula. It runs over turf grass in shades it out enough that the grass either
question your methodology and planting selections. The right plant in its right place is the right solution! More: Why mass plantings work better in the landscape
Plant Material - Self Seeder Drooping Sedge (FDC)
sedges. This plant tends to be semievergreen, depending on exposure, and can consume turf grass — such as in this photo, where it was planted in my lawn
question your methodology and planting selections. The right plant in its right place is the right solution!More: Why mass plantings work better in the landscape
What is this plant that kills grass?
“drooping sedge (carex pendula)” — debdirsch
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Traditional Perennial
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What did you plant between the stone? This is beautiful!
What kind of trees are planted in the background that are in a row
LOVE this design. So pretty! I am in zone 10 and wondering if your plant list will work for my yard. Thank you!
zone 10. Maybe check with a nursery in your local area to determine which plants will grow in your area. I hope this helps!
Backyard idea including paving and plants
flagstone w/ plants, center fountain, benches, hosta
What is the plant used for the hedge?
“Hedge” — auroramark
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