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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Farm Field Pacific Rim
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Love the red plant on the right. What is it?
Take notes from the color blocking and mimic the designs with your own plantings. Your garden will flow visually into the farm, and your property will seem
Take notes from the color blocking and mimic the designs with your own plantings. Your garden will flow visually into the farm, and your property will
fields of wheat, corn or soybeans? Flaunt that view by adding layers of plantings that reflect and reinforce the colors in the distance.
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Scot Eckley Inc
2 Reviews
Alfresco Living
Ideabooks15,208
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Climbing plants, cement slabs and lounge
I like the ivy, plants combined with the patio. it doesn't feel all stone/concrete.
boundaries of small, enclosed spaces can be overpowering, and through the use of plants we can soften and even decorate garden walls in the same way we use wallpaper
kept carefully under control. Create an even more decorative use of ivy by planting different varieties together, allowing them to grow and interweave for
espaces confinés peut donner une impression de cloisonnement. C’est grâce aux plantes que l’on peut adoucir ces frontières peu naturelles en les décorant comme
“ivy wall” — Kimberly Montague
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Montclair Nj
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They are retaining the grade for the patio that sit behind it. There is a planting bed and drainage system between the wall and patio to manage water during
the mixture of plant colors. It also looks classy.
This larger patio space is lightly enclosed and screened by a soft planting of shrubs and perennials. This strategically placed garden provides a second
more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great way to jump-start your privacy plan
This larger patio space is lightly enclosed and screened by a soft planting of shrubs and perennials. (Ornamental grasses would have worked well here
more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great way to jump-start your privacy plan
“Raised planters” — heilman1972
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Houzz Photo
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Radishes are great for kids. These are the fastest plant to grow in the garden. It's amazing that
eating the tops (as you thin out your plantings) within two weeks and start harvesting in three weeks. You can plant successively from early spring until
summer approaches, then start planting again come fall.
When to plant: Start sowing regular radish
roots. Plant them directly in the ground as soon as the heat subsides.
Plant root crops. Most root crops — radishes, carrots, beets — are planted this
eating the tops (as you thin out your plantings) within two weeks and start harvesting in three weeks. You can plant successively from early spring until
Plant fall crops. Craving some freshly grown veggies this fall? August is the time to seed cool-season veggies into the garden. Beets, carrots, lettuce
“ridikeliai” — Asta Šimelytė
Barbara Pintozzi
Lycoris squamigera
Ideabooks543
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Resurrection Lily, Naked Lady Lily, Surpirse Lily Lycoris squamigera Plant where the plant can naturalize
Lycoris squamigera (naked ladies) plant with coneflower or liatris
Edge planting beds with pavers. This shape of paver works
Bulbs for fall planting---naked lady lily
favorite common name for it is surprise lily, names because it is grown among plants with foliage that hides the empty space during dormancy, so it isn't visible
be. The place Lycoris squamigera prefers in my garden is with the prairie plants.
aped flower rises from dormancy to make a dramatic late-summer showing. Plant these long-lived members of the amaryllis family in borders or in woodland
Full sun to part shadeHeight: Up to 2 feetBloom time: August and SeptemberPlanting tips: Bulbs do not like being disturbed and may need a full season to adjust
“Resurrection Lily, Naked Lady Lily, Surprise Lily Lycoris squamigera Blooming after its leaves have” — miso1
Poliform
Poliform
Ideabooks3,101
Questions3
I'd love to know about the planting, too! Amazing!
backdrop of varied, ever-changing rich green shades, or simply grow tall plants, such as bamboo, or evergreen climbers, such as Clematis armandii and let
What are the plants in this photo?...Window onto green plant wall...Sofa, plant wall...Wall of plants...Living room plant...Vertical planting
“Full height window and living wall” — Bastion Builders Ltd
Caitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
8 Reviews
Sophisticated Chic Loft
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This is a lollipop fiddle leaf fig tree. They make great indoor plants! Give them plenty of light and water them once a week. XO!
imperial-green tray table under one of the living room’s large windows for small plants and accessories. The tray table sits low and adds a key punch of color.Daybed:
sous une des grandes fenêtres du salon sur laquelle trônent de petites plantes et des accessoires. La table est assez basse et apporte une pointe de couleur
“Jonathan Adler daybed” — glog
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Native Remodel
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Get a Cool Garden Look With Gray and Blue Plants
considered a fire-wise plant. Blue chalk sticks grows well in coastal gardens, as it’s tolerant of salt spray and high winds. This plant prefers mild climates
through pruning. More: Great Design Plant: Walker's Low CatmintGreat Design Plant: Slipper PlantGreat Design Plant: New Zealand Wind Grass
considered a fire-wise plant. Blue chalk sticks grows well in coastal gardens, as it’s tolerant of salt spray and high winds. This plant prefers mild climates
Before you plant. Hardy to around 15 degrees Fahrenheit, your Senecio may need to take shelter in the house if your region sees freezing temperatures.
It's tolerant of any amount of heat. Make sure to keep your plant in well-drained soil, preferably sand-based. And while a loose sprawling specimen is
Before you plant. Hardy to around
“Cover” — hueandtimber
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