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Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
what is the variegated bush you've used in this garden?
I'd like to know what the low growing white and green plant in the foreground is. Thanks
the plants are similar to the VT plants L2 gave us with white edges
Like to find that dogwood plant. What I need
Random flagstone placement, plants soften the edges
“Ivory halo dwarf variegated red twig dogwood” — swreinhardt
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
Main Street Landscape is your choice for landscape contractors in Northern Virginia. Offering full-service landscape architecture design and installation.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
mass plantings, with more than just 1 type of plant
like the grass plantings in dark rock
try massing multiple species throughout your yard. The contrasts among them can reveal features in each that may have gone on unnoticed had only one plant type been used. The varieties play off each other's characteristics in unexpected ways.
“Raised gardens and the variety!!” — megayers01
4 Reviews
Rooftop Haven
Mexican Beach pebbles...commonly available at landscape supply shops (possibly even big box hardware store with garden center).
bamboo in containers with river rocks
Sparsely planted bamboo with rock mulch. Industrial planter.
the pebble mulch on top of the container, decorative
Bamboo and grasses for rooftop garden
I like the planters with the stones but different plants - like the ones at W Residences and shinny rocks
I like the use of rocks with the plants
“pavers” — pamgrothe
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
If it is, I'm just wondering - how do you get the plants to stay in place as they grow? If it's a trade secret, don't worry, I'm cool. I really like it, though!
I'm not sure if Home Depot has the felt. You can buy kits at this store, which includes the plants so that is helpful. There are of course many other online places to buy the kits. http://sgplants.com/store
We live in California and are on water conservation. This would be a great alternative to some of our plants
“the kind of thing to go along strip between brick and pavers.” — myrtleprince
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
steel and concrete
Wat are the plants name which are shown in the image
Use of ornamental grasses and trees (contained)
The plants are great, what are they?
Contrast between reddish purple plant and the blue grass
The Elijah Blue plants.
the plants...Love the plants...Garden plants...hillside plants...Like plants...like plant materal...of the garden...like these plants...Lush Garden
“Verdure” — jocelynegirard44
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
That red plant looks beautiful and it really stands out, what's it called?
Let's see if I can name the plants. A sedum, then the Japanese blood grass, a purple giant ajuga or bugle weed (which spreads easily and sometimes survives the winter even under snow)
seedpods I THINK, if it is not fescue grass, and then a nice rosemary officinalis. Low maintenance and very sturdy. Love the way all these easy-to-find plants came together in an elegant way.
Grey and red. Can do grey containers with red flowers
idea for side yard next to herb garden
Japanese Blood Grass. Planted in front of 6724
In an outdoor patio garden, a wall done in a dark shade of periwinkle showcases a beautiful composition of Japanese bloodgrass and rosemary.
“Both plants are nice” — lguillaume
Oehme, van Sweden Landscape Architecture
Denieli Garden
can you please share the name of the plants used? specifically the large purple plants, and also the grasses with the light brown tips? thanks
Having table in area surrounded by grasses and plants
Block the view, create rooms, private little sitting areas, space for a sculpture or fountain, or a nice garden vantage point. Plants blocking my view at turns, or in the middle of beds.
together to form a support for climbing plants
chairs to your garden to encourage your family to dine al fresco.
Add flowering perennials Many exotic flowering perennials do well in natural gardens when the site is right (check plant directories or with your local garden centre if you’re unsure what will suit your garden). Plant any of the following
“Outdoor dining table.” — lindalross
Lifescape Custom Landscaping, Inc.
15 Reviews
Deegan Residence
Looks like a squash or pumpkin plant
I'm not sure, the homeowner planted them but it looks like a squash not a pumpkin to me.
Love the Planting Bed, the stained wood and the wire above it. Like the fence too.
fence and raised bed garden along fence.
This will stop TJ from pee on the plants
Love the wood going horizontal for garden
Instead of bushes we could do a raised garden beds
Have planting sections against fence like this
“built up” — Tracy Williams-Brownlee
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