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West Elm
4 Reviews
Shane Powers for West Elm air garden vessels
Ideabooks2,383
Questions3
Which air plants (if any) are poisonous to animals?
I am concerned that my cat who likes to chew on leaves, fake or real might fall ill from some of these plants.
love them! how can i get the planters and the plants? i live in india
Air plants - water them by misting!
love the glass globes with air plants
kill the plant. Tip: After submerging your plant to wet it thoroughly, turn it upside down and gently shake it to avoid the collection of water near the base, which can be detrimental to your plant’s health. See more on air plants
Plants that don't need soil. Stripe had these hanging in their kitchen area
the plant. Tip: After submerging your plant to wet it thoroughly, turn it upside down and gently shake it to avoid the collection of water near the base, which can be detrimental to your plant’s health.
“Water requirement: If you are growing an air plant indoors and the air is dry, mist it two times a w” — mlmorris
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks5,428
Questions1
This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
what are these type of plants
Yes my mistake, the red plant in the front is Japanese Blood Grass. It can be invasive so use it carefully.
use block planting for clean lines on sloped yards to emphasize a plant, or focus on color or foliage.
single species planted in groups give cleaner, more contemporary feeling
Vary the plant height. A mix of tall
tall and low plants, even if the difference is only a few inches, can make the difference between a garden that is static and a lively one. Keeping plant height in mind is also important when you plant. Generally, place taller plants at the back or in the middle, with the medium-height ones surrounding
“Butterfly bushes!” — leighmcgee
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
Ideabooks3,381
Questions2
The main outdoor living space now has an outdoor kitchen and stone fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
Hi there, What is the green spiky succulent plant in the foreground??
Can you tell me what the yellow and green striped plant is in the back?
The yellow flowering shrub is Tagetes lemonii or as it is commonly called 'Mexican Marigold'. Some of the other plants are Salvia chamaedryoides, Salvia Leucantha and Aloe striata.
Remember bench! Add to succulent plantings.
away seating with large scale plants
love all these plants- Mexican Marigolds, the purple and both succulents
concrete bench along a path amidst the plantings
This is what I mean by dramatic planting
“drama of the large succulents + color” — Magdalena Hurwitz
CYAN Horticulture
5 Reviews
Aspidistra 'Asahi', at the JC Raulston Arboretum, NC
Ideabooks555
Questions0
Aspidistra (cast iron plant) Bold foliage for shady areas
Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Anytime
plants for shade. would be indoor plant here.
cast iron plant well drained soil dappled to full shade
Cast-Iron Plant (Aspidistria elatior) A staple in the American South, cast-iron plant (Aspidistria elatior) is often sold as an indoor plant elsewhere
Cast irWell-drained soil Light requirement: Dappled to full shade Mature size: 2 1/4 feet tall and wideon plant
Cast-Iron Plant(Aspidistria elatior)A staple in the American South, cast-iron plant (Aspidistria elatior) is often sold as an indoor plant elsewhere. For me it has become essential for the darkest porches, where it thrones year-round without flinching. It's indestructible, so the common name was indeed
“Cast iron plants - currently around house in shaded areas” — vicki0205
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
Ideabooks4,569
Questions4
i would love to know the names of all of the plants you used here starting in the front and working back towards the molinia moorflame. they are beautiful! thank you
What happens in winter? What hardiness zones are best for this style of planting? Any in which it does not work?
Replace lawns with larger, ornamental plants for more visual punch and biodiversity. Larger spaces can go lawn free with mixed plantings of perennials, shrubs, trees
Option 3 - Plantings more natural, meadow look.
Like the drifts of planting, grasses are good too
Carex sprengelii (low-mounding,grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia 'Blue Ice' (between Carex
current trend of Prairie-style plantings, it's easy to see how this can be transferred to the meadow plantings of English parkland.Allowing the dense, almost lush, plantings to grow hard against these house walls once again sets the house directly in the landscape.
“pretty meadow” — urduhouse
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Modern Transformation
Ideabooks6,336
Questions3
The plant that you were asking about that are behind the New Zealand Flax plants, which are actually blooming, are known as "Anigozanthos" or more commonly as "Kangaroo Paws". I saw these for the first time today at a local nursery in Ocala Florida. They come in a variety
This is a really pretty plant.
The colour of the plant material
Big grasslike plant, is it too tropical?
Nice Hint of Red in Plant
Accent plants. Structure in the small garden is not just about solidity of dense evergreens, but also includes the use of striking accent plants such as Flaxes (Phormium spp).In a small garden, Phormiums can be the key ingredient of the planting. Their straplike leaves not only offer a wide variety of
“New Zealand flax with pink” — kingston
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Laguna Contemporary Tropical
Ideabooks10,541
Questions3
What are the tall plants here, papyrus?
What is the plant under the papyrus?
would these plants work in shade? What are they
The greenest place on earth... Is the healthest place on earth planting trees is very important to our future, we're putting back for our children and our children's
tall plants at back,short at front
I like the plant in the second pic.
This would be great to plant in front of the air conditioner units
Great plants - spikey with low plants for contrast
Plants in front of retaining wall
Love the look of these two plants together.
papyrus plants and horsetails on RW
One color, many textures. An all-green planting scheme does a good job of illustrating how our eye reads textures in a single palette. The row of feathery papyrus stalks is silhouetted in front of a retaining wall, while the rounded clipped-box shapes on the hillside above have a heavier volume. Together
“Studio H Landscape Architecture These are Papyrus, and they will do well in shade. See this link fo” — faye0320
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Concrete Garden steps
Ideabooks2,061
Questions0
small plants between step softens the look
I like the steps and plants in between
How to use it. Mass it as a ground cover Edge a planting bed or path
mass ground cover,edge planting bed or path
great looking steps. love the plants
the plant combined with the stairway
steps with plants, less run off
Plant between steps. Here, low-growing blue fescue and perennials are planted between steps. They effectively soften the steps, as the steps become a garden in themselves. (Consider the safety of plantings like these in your garden before implementing them
can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
“like flowers between steps” — Miranda Porco
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