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Alan Dunn Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Redondo Beach, Residence
Ideabooks4,019
Questions3
What are the plants either side and on the arbor please, thanks
design. What is the name of the pretty purple flower plant in front of the arbor, please?
love the water fountain and place to hang plants
Plant trellis...Plant information
“Trellis in front of side LR window” — dudespixie
Tim Davies Landscaping
3 Reviews
Harrisdale
Ideabooks44,530
Questions13
What have you planted behind the birds of paradise?
of the boxed planting and mixed with concrete pavers
Outside planted area...Agave plants
“Planter” — maddykat1
James Schettino Architects
2 Reviews
Valley
Ideabooks29,707
Questions25
Beautiful ! Would you be willing to share what you used for the plantings in front? Thanks.
Does anyone know what the type of trees are planted in front (surrounded by the white flowers)?
symmetry, white and green planting in front
blue siding, square pillars , 6 over clear windows, gravel, low plantings, grey roof,
Like plant for courtyard boxwood flowers and tree
“Porch” — jfrye100
Grandwood by Zorzi
The Green
Ideabooks9,093
Questions3
what is the name of the plant located at the center of the deck?
Would love a water feature on deck with plants
Use of light, wooden deck and incorporated plants , fountain and contemporary look
fabulous external lighting under plant...The lighted plant...Plant and lighting...Its a Yugga plant
“Y” — cjm5
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks643
Questions2
What is this lavender flowered plant in garden.
The lavender plant is African Blue Basil.
CHARD AS AN ORNAMENTAL PLANT Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Chard Harvest:
need more leaves, cut the entire plant about 2 inches above the ground, and it will regrow.
space for edible/veggie/herb plants in raised planters (doesn't need to be completely segregated from ornamental plants)
cutting stalks from the outside. If you need more leaves, cut the entire plant about 2 inches above the ground, and it will regrow.
“Entrance?” — malianewman
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks1,240
Questions2
What kind of plant is this? The squiggly looking plant? It's so awesome.
Bamboo and ferns-ordinary plants but striking
Distinguishing traits. You’ll notice that this plant doesn’t look like a fern, and you’re right — it’s not. Asparagus fern is a member of the asparagus
Rain chain and plants...Foxtail, the long squiggly plant...Inside front patio plants...plants for a planter...green plants...Great plant...new plant idea...Tube plants...wht's the plant name
“like the foxtail fern” — Mara Jaffe
J. Peterson Garden Design
Gardens
Ideabooks455
Questions1
Ornamental cabbages and kales are some of the most interesting and versatile plants in the fall and winter garden.
Plant ornamental cabbage in full sun to light or dappled shade.
Brassica Oleracea - winter plants for mild climates
Off season plants for front veggie beds.
Ornamental cabbage and kale are the kinds of plants I love to design
interest: Fall and winterPlanting tips: Plant in fall once the days have cooled or in spring if you live in a colder climate.
beautiful, why would you want to harvest it? Tuck them into container plantings or mass them in borders.USDA zones: As an annual, can be grown in most
vegetables. Cool-season veggies can be sown from seed or set out as small plants once the danger of searing heat has passed. If you're well disciplined, repeat
“Plants kale” — betsyspohn
Creative Garden Spaces
5 Reviews
Austin Residence
Ideabooks6,218
Questions2
large planters used as "room" dividers. The rest of the garden is mass planted with groundcover, shrubs and perennials.
Garden Spaces: fyi, there is a brand of plants named "Stepable." However, it does appear that 'Little Blue Fairy Plant' can indeed be trod upon.
well as other small groundcover can be planted between flagstone pieces for added interest.
Divide & plant what you already enjoy...
love the plants in-between the rocks pavers
reached this point. Evaluate your plants; take note of those that are performing well and those that aren’t. Consider planting a single species en masse. In
Divide and plant what you already enjoy. If you have limited resources, divide herbaceous plants in the spring to give you more of
“Path with tiny flowers and grasses. Love it!” — mliautaud
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