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Fordellis, LLC
Ridge Oak remodel
Ideabooks5,313
Questions5
What temp and condition can these plants tolerate?
What temp can these plants tolerate?
name of the plant between the two cacti
Can you please advise me the name of the spiky plant? (The one between the two cacti)
What type of rock is the plant sitting in?
growth and start a new plant if you wish
It is a Yucca Cane, yucca elephantipes. It's an indoor plant that has thrived outdoors in the Austin climate. It has grown as tall as 5' to 6', you can prune and control the growth as you see fit and start the clippings as a new plant.
Rock garden below.. God for water
low-maintenance plants, with stones in a raised bed would prevent my dogs from digging under the
“Back yard” — cchiang2868
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Valle de Verde
2 Reviews
West Hollywood Refresher
Ideabooks4,093
Questions3
basic square design with the gravel touch and garden splitting the space
front yard plant, stone and fire bowl idea
Pavers against river rock with splashes of low/no , Maintainence plants
The various plant sizes
Mix of plants and gravel/stone
Garden design...Front garden...Garden idea...Garden patio...large aloe plant...mixed plants
“soft seats around fire pit” — ndaley
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
Ideabooks1,539
Questions1
In front of Border Trees, Border planting at the rear of the garden
Plant buffer garden at bottom of slope
pretty garden setting
Plantings along woodline
Levels of planting bushs
Clean lines tasteful colors plants serene
Hardy hydrangeas are another perennial favorite. Use them as stand-alone plants in mixed borders or display them en masse for an intoxicating effect.
Love this garden...Love the garden...garden front...Garden and border...border planting
“hydrangias” — alisont
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Travis Heights 1
Ideabooks16,431
Questions4
What type of plant is that growing on the back wall , It's beautiful
What type of long leaf plant is that located at the bottom of the picture?
Looks like a nice backyard retreat. Love the use & design of pavers. Background plants are great!
A burst of color in the garden. Bright orange gives this slip of a hammock a big presence among the mature trees and green and silver plants.
It would be nice to have a Garden with Trees and a Hammock attached to them !!!!
You'll save maintenance time and expenses, and you'll be able to keep the plant in its natural form.
A simple gesture in the garden, like this hammock, could create a place to spend a few moments in. This simple and modest consideration may just be enough to lure you out into a serene place, where you
“Garden:hammock” — klonky89
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks3,093
Questions4
Do you know the name of the potted plants along the window? They are really amazing.
I love the contrast of the white house with the red door and green plants! The foxtails and small sqares lining the walk are fun and add nice texture. What are the house and door colors? What are the little squares and where
showcase the unusual form and vivid coloring of foxtail fern in the ground or in pots. If your climate leans toward the colder side, containers make it easy to move your plant to a protected porch or patio when the weather turns. Foxtail fern also makes for a great houseplant.In the ground, mass foxtail
foxtail fern for a dazzling effect. Its soft texture, distinct form and chartreuse coloring pair well with architectural succulents or other waxy foliage plants.
“windows” — dkinghorns
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
3 Reviews
Acanthus Design
Ideabooks1,535
Questions3
Planter combo Boxwood Love the whole planting combination
Thee formality of the garden and colourings
avec végétation tombante et plante grasse
Hedge wall, gazebo , plants in pots.
Pool with plant privacy wall & opening for a cabana
Shrubs leading to gardens
planting for privacy
decorative garden urns
pot plants...container plants...potted plants
“En attendant d'avoir les $$$ pour batir le poolhouse .. on pourrait mettre un gazebo 10X14 pour mett” — mlebeau71
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
Ideabooks5,693
Questions6
I love this look and planted a row of "Little Gem" Magnolias
Now I'm concerned that the roots are going to get too big/aggressive and disrupt our hardscaping. I noticed that you planted these close to the hardscaping too. Did you do anything special to
I like how dense you've planted the magnolias. How far apart did you plant them? Thanks!
but the Little Gem variety that you have planted has a less aggressive root system.
These are Southern Magnolias - Variety "Mig-Tig" - They were planted this size for instant privacy.
Little Gem magnolias planted as a privacy hedge
It might be expensive, but planting a solid row of magnolias or some other broad leaf evergreen instead of building a fence might do the trick. Again,
“Magnolias” — ginabuck
Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks20,914
Questions16
How to put plants at base of trees?
I was told it would not work. I have two 8 ft trees on either side of fireplace and because they are tall they look empty at the bottom. How can I get the look you have here with plants at bottom? the watering is different for each plant.
What kind of plants are those?
smaller plants dying when I am travel. Thank you.
Of course you can put smaller plants at the base of trees. Use nice full plants, 6"
and set them on top of the soil of your trees. Get enough to fill the space. Now you can water the trees (lift a smaller plant up to reach the tree's soil) and the small plants individually.
the plants, open garden feel, colors & textures
colors - incorporation of plants / green
“pretty but i don't see it working in our area” — Nelly Leavitt
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