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dabah landscape designs
3 Reviews
Japanese style landscaping
Is there a list of plants found in this picture? Love the evergreens!
Beautiful , could you provide a list or partial list of the plants used ?
I'm not really sure which plant you are trying to identify, but these are all evergreens.
Big rocks next to path and landscape plants with all the evergreens.
“Stone garden” — Bingigeorge
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Love this natural look! Name of low growing grasses? Other plants?
Great spread of plants as ground over instead of mulch or lawn
Alternative to dry river bed
Dry detention pond plantings
you have, what the drainage is like etc. Maybe we can create a database of sorts? Happy mulching (or not).More: Lessons in the Rewards of Selfless Gardening
Drifts of plants...hillside planting...Plantes naturel...Wild garden...forest garden
“nature” — marykoncak
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Can all the plants go in winter climate.
I love this outdoor area.love the palm trees Can one have any of these plants/trees in NY? will they survive?
designed this yard to be low maintenance. That includes not running out there at night to cover plants when it gets to freezing temperatures. There have been some casualties, but they were replaced with native plantings, which always do best no matter where you live.
Dear Black Hawk-Thank you for you question-Assuming you are referring to the pergola-it is made of pressure treated, kiln dried wood. We painted it an opaque stain. The color is Charleston Green from the Historic Charleston Paint Collection by Sherwin Williams. It was 3 years
Dr. Ahmadi, I designed the layout and details myself and worked with a landscape architect to suggest the plantings. If you are interested, I can provide the details on how to purchase a copy of the as built plans. Thank you for your interest in this outdoor space
“Dark stain” — denisecwilliams
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
28 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
can i get some details on the wall garden?
and have been considering doing one in my liv8ng room. but the plants look funny and odd
Wall plant box...Vertical garden...In wall floor plant...floating plants...Plants on the wall...Air plants...Like plants used...Love the plants...wall plants
“Plants” — Vicky Hernandez
Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Landscape and Pool Design
Joe A. Gayle & Associates was hired to design a pool and landscape for a new home on Long Island Drive in Sandy Springs. Multiple small gardens, fountains, and follies add interest to the classic designs.
Like the variety of plants, heights. Pots are a little large for
pool, container plantings
Purple plants for pots
Garden Pot...Potted plants...Potted plant...Pool and plantings...bowl garden...pot of plants...Pool plants...Pot planting...Plants around pool...potted plant
“accesories” — brfarrell
Arcadia Studio
Santa Ynez Valley
What is the plant in the urn?
The plant in the urn is a Pittosporum crassifolium 'Compactum' or 'Nana' It's goes by two names in the industry.
Love the mix of plant colors and textures
Large pot with overflowing plant for my red pot.
one giant focal point with surrounding ground plants
Use urn to get plant height
Love, love love this. Love the large pot with plant
“Plant in the pot” — terishores
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Outdoor Fireplace
Taking inspiration from the agrarian site and a rustic architectural vernacular this terraced hillside garden evolved in response to time and place. The design vision was to celebrate the site, preserve the oak trees, accentuate views and create opportunities for modern day recreation and play. Michele
more bellow plants ... low water needed...
“drought tolerant plants” — Mickelle Johnson
Ronald F. DiMauro Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
Love mix of plants and patio
Let Nature Inspire Your Landscape: Shape a Sea-Inspired Garden (11 / 14) LAKE FRONT GARDEN Again, a simple planting supports this seaside location. Note the exposed ground around the plants in the foreground; its sandy color ties in directly
Is this the glass panels??? This kind of patio rounded.....without the plants on the inside; could be nice.
Again, a simple planting supports this seaside location. Note the exposed ground around the plants in the foreground; its sandy color ties in directly with the sandy beach nearby (as does the wood on the deck), making the whole scene that much more convincing.
“Plants” — mbrown24
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