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Almac Landscapes Ltd.
Almac Screen, Privacy Wall Design
idea of a pergola on a deck with plants for privacy. Much prettier to look at!
hanging plants from a pergola for privacy
Make sure that if we do build something that it has a place to hang plants.
Plant hangers on the high fence
ultimate answer for outdoor privacy. We could plant it with ivy in containers so it wouldn't spread.
“Privacy wall” — 5060
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
My Houzz: International Meets Industrial in a Brooklyn Loft
Narrow bathroom works. I like the plant too.
Plant green, deep wood, dark tub
Plants with white walls, warm wood, claw foot tub painted black
floor, black tub, green plants
humidity-loving plants in the bathroom
Indoor plants wo looking cluttered
The plants and tub thing
The plants....tub caddy with plant
Fossil mural, large plant
Indoor plants, free standing bath
Bath, plant, floor
“Wall cabinet” — emkay2
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
(Clematis jackmanii ‘Superba’). Dig a planting hole to a depth of 2 feet and work in some compost. The hole should be wide enough to accommodate the roots easily. Plant the rose no deeper than it was in the container. There are conflicting reports as to the benefit of planting a clematis deeper than it was
suggest that planting deeper reduces the chance of fungal disease (wilt), while others refute that. Personally I do plant it 2 to 4 inches deeper and seem to get stronger growth as a result. Fertilizer. Both roses and clematises benefit from a handful of bonemeal being added to the hole at planting time to
using one climbing plant to support another; the classic example of this is the pairing of a rose and a clematis. I usually allow a newly planted climbing rose two full growing seasons to become established and gain some height before adding a clematis, although it is possible to plant both at the same
“Here the intensely fragrant Westerland rose perfumes the air and acts as a support for the purple cl” — karenburrows
wittman estes architecture + landscape
Bainbridge Residence
Small northwest garden with evergreen plants and steel planter. Acorus brightens up the ground plane and the steel planter gives direction and separation for the walkways.
Nice plants for hardiness zone 6B
Lights on tree and the layered height of the grass plants
I like the way the plants overlap the hardscape to soften it - very inviting
Acorus plants to line the edge
concrete pavers with steel planters and soft plantings
large planter to provide separation. selection of grasses and plants.
Courtyard like entryway, contrasting patio stones, raised metal bed, thin soft trees, planting colour contrasts. Low maintenance.
performing well, so Estes felt confident about planting more. “The site receives a lot of late-afternoon sun,” she says. “We needed to keep in mind that the homeowners would be using the space in the evening, so we would have to provide some shading. We planted vine maples to the southeast of the dining-lounging
“Rectangular concrete pattern” — chtas
Bill Marken
California Gardener's January Checklist
Don’t plant the tree in the ground yet if the soil is too soggy.Keep gift plants blooming. Give them a spot in a sunny window.Brighten your garden. Set out cool-season annuals now available blooming in small pots: calendulas, Iceland poppies, pansies, snapdragons, stock, violas and others. Plant them
sprouting from the base. Remember that pruning varies by type of rose.Get bare-root plants in the ground. If the soil is dry enough, put in bare-root plants, such as fruit trees, berries, shade trees, roses and many other plants. Get preplanting advice from a nursery or garden center on how much to cut back
and cauliflower.Plant summer bulbs. These work especially well in warmer climates like Southern California's: flashy begonias, reliable cannas and flamboyant tigridias.Prune roses. This is the optimum time, even though some roses may still be blooming. As a general guideline, cut plants back by about a
“care for camelias” — kdallenpr
Howard Design Studio
2 Reviews
Georgian Classic Garden
Plants under hydrangea? DO they flower?
What are the plants beneath the hydrangea and surrounded by the boxwoods
What are the potted evergreen plants
All these plants...Lovely,
Plants under hydrangea are pachysandra
Plant ID?...potted plants...Hydrangea, plants
“Courtyard” — daleecook
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
What are those plants in the middle of the picture. Trying to find out
What are those plants in the middle of the picture. Trying to find out name forever
Like the brick, potted plants, black chair and lanterns!
those are Jade plants
those are Jade plants
Plants in pots...container plants...potted plants
“Like the brick, potted plants, black chair and lanterns!” — deechar
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Pac Heights Penthouse
The plants were owner supplied so we don't have that info, sorry.
Name of the plants please?
container plants...potted plants...plants in pots...The pot plants
“Glass roof” — nagalakshmi
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