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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks3,426
Questions8
what are the names of the tall grasses planted against the right fence
what is the burgundy plant to the right? thank u.
planting that blends from bbq area over to oak view palette area
Low plant coverings to go with paving or decking plus the
seedlings that do sprout from the mulch will be easily removed.Combining a ground cover with mulch is an ecologically sound way of planting a lower-maintenance
again we can see how the balance between formal hard landscape and the soft planting has been achieved, with neither overriding the other.The gardens of Jekyll
Lutyens were geometric in layout but arranged with deliberate asymmetry — the planting being generally irregular, as we can see in this modern scheme.The large
love the plantings along the fence
“Fence material” — lberglund
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
Ideabooks1,366
Questions1
Similar to big gangy junipers from childhood, how about you plant some of the newer cultivars of horizontalis, conferta or even
Noted: Great Design Plant: Creeping Juniper Holds Its Ground ... #garden #design #plant
The plant­ing here is a lovely mix of the tall grass Mis­cant­hus sinen­sis 'Morn­ing Light' with lower ground cover plants, i
updated cultivars of childhood plants. Who doesn't remember the huge, gangly junipers from childhood? I'm not suggesting you plant a stand of those monsters
hedges are understandably rare. You may sometimes see large window boxes planted with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable
monsters in your garden, but how about planting some of the newer cultivars of horizontalis, conferta or even procumbens nana?I'll bet that you develop a new
“Landscaping” — taracharbonneau
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Mountain Lodge, Planting
Ideabooks2,821
Questions2
gathering, entertaining and quiet reflection. Large caliper trees were planted to compliment the surrounding mature trees, providing a sense of permanence
acre site, this landscape for a private residence draws it's inspiration from the classic mountain lodges of the northeast. Rich sweeping drifts of native
Love the huge boulders in this, and the transition from lawn to wilder planting. Echinaceas, while this variety isn't native, coneflower in general
Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet
6. Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military academy, then go for it
landscape. But I suggest going bold and emulating nature by staggering your plants, placing two close together and then a third one twice the distance away
“Grasses under echinacea” — ksuek
Wallace Landscape Associates
7 Reviews
Chester County Farmhouse
Ideabooks5,744
Questions3
What are the red flowering plants near the house?
Can you please let me know what those red flowering plants are? I love the grouping of the purple
'Red Meidiland' roses are planted near the house. The coral bells are paired with red-hot poker (Kniphofia
won’t snag clothes and pull any pesky weeds from between stepping stones or in cracks.
Flowers and plants behind white fence replacing front lawn.
plants at far front, yellow plants at right
plants soften edge of gravel, gravel interlaced with pavers
Plant red toward the end of a destination, such as a long walkway, where its brilliant color will entice guests down the path.
don't want visitors being snagged by thorns or tripping. Create a walkway from the sidewalk to the front door that will keep your postal carrier happy.
the tall grass plants; good for...clumps of plants in the English style
“Overhang over door” — leslicline
Pot Incorporated
Container Gardening Magazine, 2012 Edition
Ideabooks6,325
Questions4
edition of Container Gardening Magazine. With the help of Josh McCullough from ... we supplied nearly all of the content for the issue. It's on shelves
What is the trailing plants in these containers, and are they suitable for shade? Thank you.
What is the name of the tall plants in the window box?
McCullough from ... we supplied nearly all of the content for the issue. It's on shelves now...
Like the large leafed plant for height
“beautiful window boxes” — Interiors by Anita
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
Ideabooks9,905
Questions6
the day as we have so many trees. Do these plants grwo well in partial sun....if not would you recommend plants/shrubs that do do well in partial sun? Thanks
use large flat stones as treads from one level to another
NO. Hate this sort of motif w/plant mounds dotted amidst mulch.
grasses and pathway from side grass to side of the house near the hot tub
most of the plants. I don't care for round circle thingy in the middle... Uhm, why?
symmetry in these plantings for my liking
Repetition in plants of similar forms — all circles and mounds — creates a beautiful rhythm in
a completely different look.Though hardscaping may play a leading role, plant choice is still a major factor in a modern or contemporary landscape. Ideally
“Texture” — Jonathan Oulds
DK Design
1 Review
Project 1
Ideabooks860
Questions0
microclimate that the crevice conditions create. Though steps can protect plants from prevailing winds and scorching sun, they do tend to act as a storage heater
I love the stone steps with the softening effect of the surrounding plants.
microclimate that the crevice conditions create. Though steps can protect plants from prevailing winds and scorching sun, they do tend to act as a storage heater
steps are softened here by the plants in the crevices between the treads and risers, as well as by the low plantings in the adjacent borders that are
affect the stability.The plant choice is vital. You need to consider how ornamental you want the steps to be and how much room the plant will take up as well
Awesome idea from pool to woods
“Garden steps” — hellojelli
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks52,538
Questions25
what are the names of these plants please ?
Should these plants be watered and how do you do that?
I am not sure which plant you are referring to. Is it a plant in the succulent wall or the red cordyline on the far left
need by attaching a few of the modules together. Super easy and DIY! You plant these modules up, leave them horizontal for about 5 days to settle and then
picture. Perhaps I could create something smaller in scale and use some air plants. This is beautiful living art!!
Hi glendadon, I personally have used a product from Bright Green (they have a listing on Houzz) and you can build the size you
keep the plants from falling off?...Love the plant next to the blue fescue...How we give water to the plants?
“Live Wall” — khdesai83
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