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EPT DESIGN
Pasadena
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feathery plants. What are they?
What is the plant behind the foxtail fern?
I love the texture and colors in this garden. Please tell me what is the plant behind
Rectilinear stepping stones in grey blue river pebbles. Monochromatic planting with variations of texture
Sun to partial shadeMature size: 3- to 4-foot clumpBenefits and tolerances: Tolerates coastal conditions and deerSeasonal interest: EvergreenWhen to plant: Year-roundCaution: Foxtail fern is toxic to pets if ingested.
“want space like this” — Cheryl Morrow
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Grand Rapids Exterior
Ideabooks5,908
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Rills without planting. As a contrast, here we see a raised wide rill without any plants at all. The rounded cobbles in the base create interest, while the clear, still water reflects the surrounding garden
Rills without planting. As a contrast, here we see a raised wide rill without any plants at all. The rounded cobbles in the base create interest, while the clear, still water reflects the surrounding garden. The raising and separating
Two planted areas of the landscape are divided by a small, raised pool finished as an extension of the architecture. The sheet of water slides over the edge of the water feature into a recessed channel at its base, creating a small but important moment in this landscape.More:16 Amazing Home Pools35 Fabulous
“Pond” — Nanette Itona-Sieg
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
Ideabooks1,015
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A grouping of large pots with tropical plantings. The garden is in the False creek area of Vancouver. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
Love these potted plants. Just beautiful!!!
Is the palm tree planted in the pot or behind it? If it is in the pot could I have the size pot you used? Thank You, Marilyn
Hi Marilyn, Thank you for the compliment! Yes the palm is planted in the container. The container measures around 36" across. It has been in this container now for around 5 years and we fertilize about once every 10 days during the summer months. The container is made of a light weight fibreglass composite
composite with a copper finish. One thing you have to watch out for when you plant in a light weight container is that as the palm grows it gets a bit top heavy and can topple over in the wind. We had to dig it out and weigh down the container with bricks. I hope this helps! Glenna
“The arrangement of the flowers” — careyjoa
The Old Painted Cottage
4 Reviews
The Old Painted Cottage
Ideabooks1,568
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place the stylishly covered pot in a plant stand. You can also finish the look by tying the burlap with twine.
like burlap material around plants in my hallway containers
use burlap with plant for mine
burlap wrapped around old looking plant pots to give a million dollar look
burlap wrapped plants in vintage plant stand
square or two of the hearty fabric can provide some extra warmth for those fragile plants.
For an easy DIY project with a rustic, country look, maidenhair ferns are wrapped in burlap and displayed in a vintage plant stand.
to enhance her maidenhair ferns. Buy a roll of burlap at a garden store, cut a section that fits your pot and place the stylishly covered pot in a plant stand. You can also finish the look by tying the burlap with twine.
“covering pots” — littleroc
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'
Ideabooks671
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grasslike perennial that's always linked with them. One of the only true black plants that grows, it makes great ground cover and provides wonderful contrast with neighboring planting. It clumps but will spread if planted in moist soil in a sunny or semi-shaded situation. One bonus is the delightful
grasslike perennial that's always linked with them. One of the only true black plants that grows, it makes great ground cover and provides wonderful contrast with neighboring planting.It clumps but will spread if planted in moist soil in a sunny or semi-shaded situation. One bonus is the delightful
“so goth” — H K
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Magazine Idea House 2
Ideabooks3,680
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What are the plants in the pots in this picture?
Sorry the designer won't help. The plants look like agave.
Shades of arrogance plant in pots
petite roche qui permet de mettre plante pour aménager
I like the planters and the plants in them
Love the planters and the aloe-like plants
Potted plants and pavers
Potted wind-resistant plants...
Plants in planter...Plants & Pots...Plants gravel...plant box...potted plants...pot and plant...plants in pots...SIDEWAY PLANT VASES
“Bright gravel with pavers” — ciarakmurphy
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Houses
Ideabooks3,614
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Privacy Wall - wispier plant idea in three pots
Planters with tall plants for privacy
Plant tall grasses in galvanized tubs for inexpensive privacy
Plants for in front of fence?
the same plant, it gives the garden modern lines and structure.
5. Use plants at the edge of the deck, either inside or outside the railing. I also suggested to Chanellem that the railing over the garage could be pushed in a few feet, allowing for a spot for planters with vertical plants, such as
can find at the hardware or farm supply store. Punch drainage holes in the bottom of each tub, line them up in a row and plant each with something uniform and tall. Any grasslike plant will do. When or if you have to move, you can take this green screen with you.
“Like the idea of tall grasses in tin tub planters.” — jato791
Superior Lawn and Landscape
1 Review
Making something out of Nothing
Ideabooks13,073
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What's the plant with green leaves and white lining?
What are the large leaf plants on the left and bottom left corner?
shallow dish. No more slugs or snails!!! You can also use rock salt in a small trail around the planting area no closer than 1 foot to the plants and that will stop them cold!
They are Hostas. Don't plant if you have slugs or snails.
Idea in general...maybe could use side of the yard for the 'creek', with shade plants, and end it with a pond in the backyard, big enough for the kiddos to swim in (use flagstone rock, though
Love the plants around the pond!
Like the Two toned Hosta plants vs the solid green
“Plants” — Lucas Henriksen
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