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GABLES ESTATE RESIDENCE
Plants in front of window in master bath?
Transition from games room to indoor garden
small plants to line the bridge
indoor garden...Plant location...container plants...potted plants
Studio H Landscape Architecture
Rodeo Estate Tuscan Landscape
Front facade / plantings
potted plants...Pot plante...FRONT YARD PLANTS...large plant pots
Island with plants in the middle
plants in the small space
raised plant beds...The plants...lots of plants...Plants in table
Druid Hills Sunroom
types of plants good on a hillside
Planting by house to soften slope
garden and steps down from sunroom
hills with plants look nice. Will they hold with all the rain we get?
Garden around perimeter of room
container plants...potted plants
mbing plants...potted plants...climbing plants...Patio plants...for garden...plant on table
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Sustainable Long Island Residence
types of plants/flowers used along the wall besides the guinea impatiens? Thanks!!
TYPE of plants were used against the house? Trees?
The plant is new guinea impatiens. They are a great annual bedding plant for sun/part sun conditions and they come in a variety of colours....light pink,dark pink, salmon, white, coral colours. Google the name to get more pics and close ups of the foliage. I hope this helps!
Plants that border path in front of house are perennials Astilbe “ Bridal Veil” (white flowers) and at the base of the Astilbe are Alchemilla Mollis or Lady,s Mantle (yellowish green flowers). Lady,s Mantel are used primarily for the foliage, not the flowers. Large green leaves show water in
path and garden, planned and planted by the owners, enhances the sidewalk and provides a degree of privacy. Photo credit: Dale Lang
with the plant selection (though we agree that it looks fabulous!). I would venture a guess that the red tree is a Japanese maple, however.
to the garden as well as to the contours of the landscape. While it is vitally important that the size and height of the retaining walls are in balance with the house and garden, it is equally important that the plantings don't overpower the hardscape.The precise plantings in this terraced front garden
front garden almost has its roots in the paintings of the 20th-century artist Mondrian. Its strong geometric-shape raised beds of differing heights are reinforced by the width of the retaining walls. All is softened, though, by the beautifully executed and understated plantings.
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
kindof plant is in the planter? Some sort of palm?
Hi there, just wondering what the edging plants are? Stunning! (Both the tall and squat ones)
are the plants under the frangipani?
the plantings along the wall (high and low) and the tree on the right
After cutting out shapes, Matisse would arrange and rearrange his cutouts until he was satisfied with the results. Sometimes this would take months; the works were pinned on a wall so he could view the compositions.Follow Matisse’s example. Once you’ve completed your garden cutout,