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Seattle Urban Garden
Ideabooks4,326
Questions5
what's the name of the purple plants? Thx.
What is the name of the plant/flower that is hanging from the pergola?
The plants hanging from the canopy is super pretty.
purple plant...purple plant...Love those hanging plants....Bet these plants smell good...Hanging plants...What are those hanging plants?
“Color” — jsfarris71
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Island Gardens Company
Project 164
Ideabooks1,368
Questions2
I love the details in this design--the planted gaps in the paving, the playful, appropriately scaled water feature, and
Berms or retaining walls and lush plantings can create a peaceful and intimate hideaway.
Berms or retaining walls and lush plantings can create a peaceful and intimate hideaway.
purplish black plants...purple grassy plant...Retaining wall and plantings...black plants
“Don't like” — mariasklar
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks1,097
Questions1
potting Prepare your pots. Before bringing any outdoor plant in, it’s important to check the pot for signs of insects that may be tagging
the water after a few minutes. If that happens, you may want to repot your plant and change the potting soil before bringing it in. Don’t do this for succulents
succulents, however, since they prefer to stay dry. Also spray your plants with a mild insecticidal soap a few days before bringing them in — look for one
Prepare your pots. Before bringing any outdoor plant in, it’s important to check the pot for signs of insects that may be tagging
Prepare your pots. Before bringing any outdoor plant in, it’s important to check the pot for signs of insects that may be tagging
“Potting material jars?” — kisawesome
Gurley's Azalea Garden
6 Reviews
Central Gardens
Ideabooks14,186
Questions6
ed plant left of the gate behind the fern?
What is the purple plant? Can these plants tolerate full sun?
What is the hot pink/green spike-leaved plant on the right side of the picture lined between the tall shrub and small pink and red flowers (impatiens
This plant is called a Ti Red Sister. It is an annual and shade only.
tolerate full sun they need full shade. The reddish/purple plant in the back is Red Sister Ti Plant. Also full shade.
like the slate path & all the plantings
The plant next to the stone is Burgundy
“..?” — taniacan
Kim Woods
outdoor patio/dining
Ideabooks19,273
Questions10
edges for planting, add a rack or two to fill with potted plants. See more plant racks
If you're short on space on your étagère shelves, planting multiple
Add Plant Racks Time required: 1 hour, including time to pot the plants.Starting budget: This curvy plant rack from Target is $64.
Patio plant racks...racks w plants...Plant stand...plant stand!...Plant deco
“Front door” — Mara Bozarth Owsley
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal influence
Ideabooks7,440
Questions3
plants are potted rather than in ground
plants in trays...like the plants...plants on large dish...container plants & rocks...Seedum plants...rock garden pots and plants...containers plants...potted plants
“Front” — thobileb
Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
12 Reviews
Rue Group, Inc.
Ideabooks1,820
Questions4
the central water fountain can be heard throughout the house and lush plantings, cobblestone paving and low iron rail accents transport you to New Orleans
Thank you for your interest in one of our design projects! The plant you are interested in is White Alyssum which is a perennial that in some areas that
Love the plantings around the tree....short plant, medium plant and then bush
“Ferns” — nicolerayne
Stout Design-Build
Hardscape
Ideabooks15,379
Questions3
you a landscape that is efficient and beautiful with natural products from plants to patios, and with the implementation of water and energy conservation
What type of plants are in between the stones. Do they require any
them level with the stones? Are they invasive? My area is strict about plants that are easily invasive.
lovely experience) — and both elements are essential to its success. When plants are slightly askew, not rigidly manicured, their informality is appealing
Cover the groundGround-covering plants, such as this lamb’s ear (Stachys), are the water-saving gardener’s best
our eyes and noses, but tend to forget the other senses. As well as using plants with colour and scent, why not consider touch, through softly felted leaves
“Here, the uniform presence of lamb's ear creates the sense of a low hedge. Boxwoods, dwarf shrubs an” — deniser001
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