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Arcadia Gardens, LLC
what are the plants with pink flowers
Walkway leading to the deck with simple plantings looks very manageable.
Plants around deck... Soften it up...Garden around deck...Floral/Garden setting...Garden surrounding the fountain....lovr this garden...Like plantings...border plants for around patio...Low deck with plantings
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
Avila Valley Estate
what are the plants called that vine/grow on the walls? we live in florida and are looking
Can you tell me what ground cover is planted between the square pavers?
Never seen the plant behind the chair with the long stem. What's the n
Whips and chains. This plant is sometimes known as the S&M plant. Kidding! To train it use fine clippers and gloves because
Jeff we planted Italian cypress but want to remove them because they are very bare at the bottom. How do you prevent that from happening? Thanks!
This garden exemplifies a good use of the two main groups of plants that can be used to cover and decorate walls. Wall shrubs, such as the Pyracantha
(mais ils ont tendance à pousser lentement) et les plantes grimpantes. Il existe deux types de plantes grimpantes : les grimpants autosuffisants, tels que
What kind of plant is this?...Plant with colorful bloom...Poker plant...Plants along fence...Wow Plant...Red orange plants
Bruce Clodfelter and Associates
Love the garden! Was The arbor custom built?
can you come to our garden, pretty please?
is so lush and the architecture is gorgeous! Can you specify the plant material on the trellis and the pergola? I think I see some wisteria there, but
Great design. Can you tell me the plant names in the pots and whether they require much watering? I want to do
area;trellis and vine idea for shaded seating area in our garden
partetion between the pool and the other part of the garden
que vous aurez aménagé comme une petite clairière, avec des arbres, des plantes grimpantes et des arbustes.
property and his neighbors' for the occasional "borrowed view." Here in his own garden, he used jasmine and ivy to create a partial partition but left the middle
your questions about our work. Yes, the porch is open with just natural plants to assist with shade cover. The porch faces to the south so we receive sun
Thank you for your question. The plants are lobelia and impatience.
This sweet little bench would look spectacular in a garden full of
Impatiens hawkeriIf constant white blooms are what you’re looking for in a shady area, white New Guinea impatiens will do the trick. Their dark, glossy leaves
Install hooks for hanging plants. Nothing adds charm and curb appeal like a few well-placed geraniums.
position blooming plants where you can appreciate them daily. Try a combination of hanging pots and planters set on tables and on the ground to make the
Hanging plant and bench at end of porch
Walnut Hill Landscape Company
Villa Dei Fiori
I see yello mandevilla, but not sure what plant makes up the roof canopy, what is that?
Is there a wisteria planted at all four columns? I know it can be a pretty aggressive plant. Just wondering if just one or two would cover the pergola
Thank you for your question. Yes that is Wisteria and Lady Banks Roses planted on every column. The client wanted instant impact. One or two would have
The plant on the top is Wisteria and the yellow flower is Lady Banks Rose.
Gardens by Gabriel
Gardens by Gabriel Landscapes
like this ground cover for in between pavers around fire pit n also where the garden will be
too sloppy because not enough elevation change = all plants are same height and thus
combination of low plants/shrubs, fruit trees, and gravel/pebbles.
WabiSabi plantings...from grass to garden...Native plants, rock path...Orchard,,very natural plantings...Pea gravel garden path...my own native garden...Planting path...Gardens by Gabriel Landscapes
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Atherton Japanese Garden
What type of plant is shown in the bottom of the picture?
I love the plants with purple spikes shown in the bottom of
similar landscape design in our backyard and would love to know what the plant type was used! Thanks!
Many of the trees in this photo are not 'bonsai' plants, with the exception of the pine tree. It is trimmed yearly to maintain its height
are not trimmed. Trimming of roots is a practice that is used mostly for plants in containers, not in the ground.
The plant in the foreground is Liriope muscari "Majestic" or Big Blue Lily Turf.
Also, make sure that the climate zone you live in is suitable for these plants as they are subject to frost damage.
Like Mediterranean plants--this tends a little more Japanese than we like.