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These are beautiful plants...Do you know their names? I would like to make one myself!
The purple plant is a Euphorbia ... perhaps 'Purpurea'. I don't see Potato Vine, but I do see Sedum 'Angelina'
plantings in color pots & color of concrete pots
Plants only in planters and not in ground
7. Bring red into mixed plantings. Containers pop with contrast in this Seattle garden. For maximum impact, pair red or burgundy coleus with golden sweet
the plant that is the tallest and a
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What is the name of the large leafy plant on the left?
Edge to pool and plants shrubs under
mix of plants...Backyard plants - like the...Plant combination
Peter Vincent Architects
What kind of plant is that next to the chairs - in the white planter?
love the fiddle leaf fig plant with its thin tree trunk fits nicely in condos
room, potted plant...Sofa, living room, potted plant...Plant, floors...Feel and tree plant
Todd Richesin Interiors
It's not a bush with white flowers it a mass planting of Impatiens.
all the green and white plants.
the plantings...Green and white plants...low maintenance plants...One or two main plantings...All plantings; general look...Walkway and plantings...Steps planting
Mimi and Eric
What is the large plant in the ground with the big leaves?
Ledge for plants rather than planting boxes
Window plants...under window plant holder...Potted plants...The potted plants...shelf for potted plants
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
I love the blue fescue! I planted a bunch in front of my house, and while I water them 2-3 times per week, the outer edges looks like tan hay. It's been
modern patio with neat side lawn/plant area. Drought tolerant.
Like the side seating area Nice plantings.
concrete with rocks in the seams, grey scheme, sculptural plantings
Verdance Landscape Design
terminates in a fountain courtyard. A soothing palette of green and white plantings keeps the space feeling lush and cool. Photo credit: Verdance Fine Garden
Creeping Fig was something we saw/had in South FL - Would any of these plants work in Southern
What type of plant makes up the hedge? thank u.
site to find local garden centers who sell Monrovia plants). As with pharmaceuticals, once a plant's patent expires (17-20 years after issue), a market
sun/shade exposure, damp/dry soil, narrow/wide planting area, to name a few. Then within the set of plants that will thrive in those conditions, I would
and so on. Finally, within that subset of plants that have appropriate features, I would choose the plants that fit the aesthetic look you prefer: the
BlueGreen Landscape Design
A Succulent Wall
striking green wall is a site specific landscape that incorporates a variety of plants with contrasting color, texture, and form. It has a built-in irrigation
tell me what kind of material that is,? The material around the squared plant things.
Did you leave the plants in their own container when installing it to the wall ? Thank You
I think succulents are interesting plants and the
the base of this piece, promising after-dark enjoyment of the patterned plantings. With hidden drip irrigation, it's also a low-maintenance design element
garden to another design realm altogether. The lush and colourful succulent planting is offset with an imposing, rusted-metal frame that wouldn’t look out of
4. Industrial appealThis succulent wall incorporates a variety of plants with contrasting colour, texture and form. The rusted metal wall surround