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Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Plant in full -- gorgeous bulbs; need a spade, a flat-edged shovel, a trowel and a bulb planter (buy one with a squeezable plastic handle)
Tulips and other plants make your yard look beautiful, but they can make your dog very sick; be sure to keep them separate.
other plants make your yard look beautiful, but they can make your dog very sick; be sure to keep them separate. Make sure your surroundings are safe for your animals by learning about the dangers of mixing certain plants with pets. Full story: 22 Plants to Keep Away From Pets
“Bulbs” — Duet Design Group
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- home office
magazine plant stand - will probably end up using the plant stand idea
I like the stack with plant on top.
with the plant on top is what caught my attention.
love the potted plant on a stack of magazines
photos, plants and personal items pride of place, and get rid of (or at least hide in a cabinet) anything that is bumming you out, from ugly tech equipment to bulky binders of old work material.
Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space. Requirements: Magazine hoarding tendencies.
Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space.Requirements: Magazine hoarding tendencies.
Use them as furniture. Pile a stack of magazines high against a wall, and presto! You have a stand on which to perch a lamp, a potted plant or a vase. Just be sure the stack is sturdy enough
“Colourful but still masculine office” — Kate Harrison
Bright Green
Kitchen Herbs
to keep plants looking good... but maybe.
modern when planted in Bright Green USA's GroVert Frame, which is designed to be filled with plants from the nursery. When growing herbs indoors, be sure to place them in a spot with plenty of light.
Growing herb plants need fresh air and sunlight to thrive. Simply keeping herb jars handy in a cabinet next to the stovetop is the low-maintenance version of this suggestion.
“Wow - love those herbs on the wall.” — andreakelly
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Depends on where we plant them. If we need a horizontal or a vertical line. But yes, I like this idea!
Liking the close planted trees if we could find a tree that could be cut to look like lollipop
types of plants, and its width can be increased to help create small walkways.
Hard and soft elements give this side yard a modern sensibility that makes coming here a treat. This is a distinctly linear space, with lawn, path, planting bed and fencing lined up in parallel.That type of treatment could
up and planted in a row, hedge-like.The little clipped boxwood balls echo the green, organic shapes of the trees.The cedar fencing is natural rather than painted, silhouetting the sculptural trees; fence boards are aligned horizontally to reinforce the contemporary vibe.
“partition fence” — Sarah Lawfull
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Exterior
did you plant into? thanks!
I like the planted roof top with decking area next to it
like the plants with the pavers
living plants, or solar paneling can be installed on existing roofs. Additional structural support may be needed when considering rooftop vegetation.Adding Interest: The green roof of this lakefront house has become part of the view from the patio. Varying textures and colors of the vegetation blends
shallow-rooted plants. The rooftop garden in the foreground is comprised of pavers laid over a suspended infrastructure with intensive green roof borders.
“Thyme” — cblash
Cultivart Landscape Design
Urban courtyards
of the plants in the background and the tree
Plants and small patio sitting design
g and plant selection being used purely for decorative purposes, features within the garden work for their keep in addition to being visually satisfying.The beauty of this seating area is the careful selection of two materials — concrete and wood — that creates a very simple design, one that is not diluted
“Elegant sit out.” — onatevuar
Teton Heritage Builders
1 Review
Pocket Ranch
native plantings enhance the connection of the house to its natural setting. Lists of native plant species for your region are available from many sources — one of the best of which is your local Cooperative Extension office. Local farms and nurseries are also a great place to see and learn about native
native plants. Meadow seed mixes containing wildflowers and grasses are commonly available.
"Lean" plant materials contain little fuel. Meadows around the home also function as a firebreak and give a beautiful natural aesthetic.
“sunroom” — kjwright99
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
6 Reviews
Just a Fabulous Place to call Home
Planting notes. Beyond having ample space, be sure to plant the tree in soil that will not dry out, especially while it is getting established. The serviceberry will bloom roughly around the same time as daffodils and tulips, so you can coordinate your bulb plantings with this in mind. Also, think about
Houzz Plant Guides: More great trees for patio or landscape
“fogata” — ambientes
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