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Creative Interiors by Kim
11 Reviews
Pergola in Spring!
Ideabooks12,520
Questions8
a new location and would like to know if it would be worth the effort to plant another one?
If I were going to plant another wisteria I would install some kind of root barrier in the ground
I just planted a wisteria that my neighbour had grown from one of his wisterias and it
love the wisteria and the other plants
“Wisteria my moms favorite plant” — tabithaskot
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
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Judy's Gardens & Design
Los Altos Garden
Ideabooks4,357
Questions2
What is the plant in the middle with the yellow flowers?
What is the plant in the middle with the yellow flowers? Very
scoprarius. If you google images of these you'll see the variation in these plants.
Having stones to kneel on walk path for planting or weeding
Sidewalk and plants...Plant selection...The plants....Plant specimens...Plants on major slope
“Path idea” — Adam Ponzurick
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Backyard Retreat
Ideabooks1,689
Questions3
Beautiful design!! What are the green plants with purple spikes? Also, what are the little grasses in front of the plant with the
grasses and rocks nad smaller plants
Like the upright blue flower plants
“Like the variety of grasses short and tall, along with perennials. Could adapt this for our farmhous” — gypsy528
Affecting Spaces
10 Reviews
toronto house
Ideabooks23,959
Questions7
I don't know the exact type, since I didn't choose the plants/trees. But they are a type of maple.
yard is absolutely beautiful! Would you be able to provide me with the planting material? Thank-you!
Small framed lawn and low maintenance planting areas
in comparing the previous image to this one just how different the use of plants becomes when the designer uses Brookes' ideas.In my early years of working
college in the early '70s, I can remember using a very restricted range of plants in my Brookes-style garden designs, including mainly ground covers, such
is pisifera 'Boulevard' and Thuja occidentalis 'Rheingold'. These were planted in blocks or groups rather than being in a traditional mixed border.
“Side garden” — glennvierka
Heather Merenda
Creative Couple's Light Filled Loft
Ideabooks2,971
Questions4
Not sure -- colors, casual, plants, table??
contemporary and modern than I am. I lean more toward natural elements like plants, crystals, fabrics and natural wood. I really liked how our design aesthetics
High ceilings. Succulent plants....Layout and plants...Love the plants...Plants and table
“Indoor garden, bookshelf, small places” — eag91
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Russian Hill Roof Deck - Outdoor Dining & Lounging
Ideabooks6,072
Questions5
of relaxation/table area and plants. The size is comparable to my roof.
This way of integrating the plant space is ideal for future house
Love a good roof top balcony. Like the plants
Euphorbia is also a great container plant. See how attractive pairing multiple species is on this roof terrace. Planting notes. Euphorbia needs well-drained
“Table and chairs” — dmacdevette
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks3,111
Questions3
But the truth is, depending upon the style of your box material and the plants that you add to them, your window boxes can look elegant, formal, sleek
appear more formal. Create a contemporary look with neutral wood boxes planted identically with low-growing ornamental grasses or small cacti. Start with
Window box can contain potted plants
“The decor above and below the window” — dlspeer81
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Randall Street Residence
Ideabooks3,539
Questions3
love the integration of concrete and metal along with plants
and light through to the spaces below, making it an ideal complement to planted landscapes.
steps lead down to its lower level — which makes this the front garden. The planting now has a dual aspect of viewing — from the bridge walkway as well as from
and light through to the spaces below, making it an ideal complement to planted landscapes.
“Concrete retaining beds” — beckycarroll1979
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