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Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
BACK DOOR
Ideabooks3,210
Questions7
cheapest total makeover solution. But if painting an entire room is out of the question, think small: Paint a door or part of one. In this design, the plants, bright painting and pink door provide plenty of eye candy, but I think the dark blue-green treatment on the inside of the door casing makes the biggest
“painting” — House of Global Gold
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Traditional Deck
Ideabooks2,527
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What is the foundation plant with the red flowers?
plants at base of deck, patio
planting area around steps to patio
note plant with red flowers....Pieris japonica "Cavatine"
good idea...use different plants maybe...???
plants around deck and patio
plants around the deck
deck plantings...Stone and plants...love these plants...Plants around deck...Like the plantings...Plants next to deck...border plantings...container plants...potted plants
“lattice” — mlboelens
Donald Pell - Gardens
11 Reviews
plants
Ideabooks118
Questions1
What is this plant that kills grass?
I'm not sure I understand your question but the plant in the photo is Carex pendula. It runs over turf grass in shades it out enough that the grass either dies or is easily removed manually.
your methodology and planting selections. The right plant in its right place is the right solution! More: Why mass plantings work better in the landscape
Hard to find but worth the search, drooping sedge (Carex pendula, zones 5 to 9) is a monster among the sedges. This plant tends to be semievergreen
as in this photo, where it was planted in my lawn as an experiment. Within two years most of the grass had died away, buried under the shade of the large leaves with minimal weeding.
“drooping sedge- carex pendula zones 5-9” — cdfrizell
Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks21,479
Questions11
Plant name at the base of the tree?
This plant should be gladiolus a kind of flower
the clean garden - multi stem tree, low plants surround. Almost barren
with the right fence. If you want to allow some light in, pick a fence with small gaps between boards (or even a lattice-like design) and layer lush plantings on both sides to provide additional privacy. Or try a frosted glass design, as shown here. As with privacy fencing, it can be helpful to test out
“arbolito” — cecirivera
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks192
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Average to moist soil Light requirement: Sun or partial shade Mature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
Water requirement: Average to moist soil Light requirement: Sun or partial shade Mature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
good to plant for winter bark?
tall and 15 feet wide When to plant: Spring or fall
fall color. The smooth bark of the Chinese stewartia is noted for its mottled appearance, which is revealed as sheets as the outer layers peel away. Plant this beauty in an area with protection from strong winds and late frosts. Origin: Asia Where it will grow: Hardy to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 6
away. Plant this beauty in an area with protection from strong winds and late frosts.Origin: AsiaWhere it will grow: Hardy to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 6 to 9)Water requirement: Average to moist soilLight requirement: Sun or partial shadeMature size: To 25 feet tall and 15 feet wideWhen to plant: Spring
“Side yard” — charlenestrand
Eric H. Gjerde AIA
6 Reviews
View from Walnut Street
Ideabooks24,251
Questions32
We planted a few individual shrubs at areas around the house where we wanted screening of specific views of the house or other things. There is one that has grown wide enough to hide the shed in the garden. A neighbor planted a row, trimmed the bottom of limbs, and
I agree...Red Tips can get huge, but I've only ever seen them planted en masse as a screen or hedge?
Love the look of this: wrap around porch, plantings, color
Like these plants and trees for east side of house
by my initail assessment: It was an abomination. I may be fussy and obsessive, but I always try to be fair, so I held out hope: Perhaps they would plant something to soften or obscure the fence. It was in part bordering on deep shade that would need to be taken into account. I thought a row of hydrangeas
“Exterior design” — pmalau
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz
Ideabooks26,627
Questions6
I want to know what plant you have crawling on the wood arch at the fireplace? I live in S.E. TEx. and am having trouble finding plants that will grow in this area successfully!
I love the bushy-looking plant on both sides (particularly the right side) of the fire place with the red flowers and the dark leaves. Could you please tell me the type of plant this is?
like the plants over the top of the fireplace...
Nice outdoor fireplace and plant layout.
seamlessly into the backyard garden with the built-in overhead pergola. The shady addition makes this a great space to spend time in, day or night. Tip: Plants can help add color to a sparse patio design. If a built-in pergola isn't for you, try integrating pots with colorful flowers.
“wonderful grape vines creeping across the archway” — safurm
Le jardinet
Purple and silver border
Ideabooks90
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Silver foliage of the annual licorice plant Le jardinet
Licorice plant. Nice spiller in planters.
year, but it also has a more modern vibe that really sets it apart from typical neighborhood designs. The Silvers: Licorice Plant (Helichrysum petiolare) The licorice plant shown here is a fabulous drought-tolerant and deer-resistant ground cover. The felted silvery foliage provides interest all summer
Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Late spring after all danger of frost has passed
4. Focus on foliage for a modern look. Flowers are wonderful, but they need a strong backbone of foliage to really look their best. Licorice Plant drought tolerant, felted silvery
tolerances: Drought tolerant; deer resistant; easy careSeasonal interest: SummerWhen to plant: Late spring after all danger of frost has passed
“Licorice Plant (Helichrysum petiolare)” — Estudio Castaño
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