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The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
What do you use or plant to control pest in this beautiful garden
verdure, agencement des plantes de différentes hauteurs
Clean walkway and planting area transition
to walk (and where not to).More planting ideas in the Houzz Gardening section
Consider planting more edibles. Plant more vegetables, fruits and herbs;
insects, it’s to attract them to plants you are willing to sacrifice in order to keep the insects away from the plants you want.”If you would like to try
appelée « compagnonnage de plantes » permet d’optimiser la surface de culture et de bénéficier d’une protection mutuelle des plantes pour mieux lutter contre
8. Plant a family garden. Gardens are great for families. They're fantastic ways to
Design to grow plants at home
“+” — asiasartoris
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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except that they're 20 feet long on a trunk that reaches 60 feet tall. When planting large palms, make sure that they have not only room to grow, but open space
végétation en lumièreOptez pour un éclairage sobre qui soulignera le profil des plantes et mettra en valeur les éléments de votre jardin.Astuce : illuminez les
What are the names of the plants
“Wow.” — Lynn Simcox
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Wine Country Residence
What is the tall blue/green and yellow plant to the right?
verticals for plantings - like astilbe, goat's beard, sword fern, with low plants like sweetbox to give continuity
just like the feel of this picture. the hues of the plants
Plant ideas. calamogrostis karl forster, lavender, leymus condensatus, salvia
3. Naturalistic plantings and hardscaping. Here ornamental grasses are planted in clumps with different species and other plants. The pool and hardscaping
beyond. Mirror the color scheme of your natural surroundings by adding planting that blend seamlessly from foreground to background.
format.The clever trick with the design, though, is how the free-flowing planting not only softens the hard landscaping, but draws it into the surrounding
What are the plants in the foreground?
“Nice bush pool” — bethanybangalow
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
San Francisco Residence
What plants are they and are they zone 4 tolerate?
Most of those plants are not for zone 4.
possible planting by front office. like the square
Lavender and red plant in circular pot...rounded "bowls" as planted on pillars...Red plants?...potted plant...Plant pots...our rock garden plants...Nice pot planting...Red plant in planters...plant combination...Big pots for plants...plants and planters...potted entryway plants
“Steps/plants” — jsnahurley
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Outdoor seating
We planted Shiroshima three years ago and the recent winter made major devastation in the plants. I read the plants tolerance for cold
a foot or so of space in between the walls so that I can use for putting plants init that will grow high (and quickly) to hide a shed that my back neighbors
bamboo type tall thin plant on left
“Bamboo” — iluvjim
Lori Gilder
Lori Gilder of Interior Makeovers Inc.
and flat stucco "banister" gives room for plants.
doesn't have to be a grand archway or a new front door; a few healthy potted plants can do the trick.
Plant stand...Plants on each step...step plants...plants on stair...outside stairs with plants...Steps plants on steps...Potted plants...Plant varieties
“stairs” — vanessa_v
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Lawn Replaced with Drought Tolerant Groundcover Surrounded by Colorful Plants
Lawn Replaced with Drought Tolerant Groundcover Surrounded by Colorful Plants
View of a front garden with a colorful selection of drought tolerant plants and a low-water lawn replacement. Photo: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape
Too dense but like the plants...I like the stones between the plants
“medis pries duris” — giedreten
Stout Design-Build
you a landscape that is efficient and beautiful with natural products from plants to patios, and with the implementation of water and energy conservation
What type of plants are in between the stones. Do they require any
them level with the stones? Are they invasive? My area is strict about plants that are easily invasive.
lovely experience) — and both elements are essential to its success. When plants are slightly askew, not rigidly manicured, their informality is appealing
Cover the groundGround-covering plants, such as this lamb’s ear (Stachys), are the water-saving gardener’s best
our eyes and noses, but tend to forget the other senses. As well as using plants with colour and scent, why not consider touch, through softly felted leaves
“Lambs ear lobe” — bonieconrad
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