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Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
Ideabooks4,634
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Surface runoff gathers in this new rain garden, densely planted with ornamentals and natives. The elongated pavers are recycled concrete from the existing patio space.
Many rain garden designers promote the use of native plants, and in the Seattle region, we have a lot of plants to chose from; plants that are adapted to wet winters and dry summers work well in our region. this garden also has quite a few, non-native, adaptive species that work in those environmental
Very interested to know what kind of plants are use here. We are just starting to plan for rain garden but not sure what plants to use. Thanks!
of colour and gradual heights of plants
Recycled concrete pavers cut from existing slab on site.
“Zen” — navvii
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Shade garden Path
Ideabooks1,802
Questions1
Beautiful garden & pathway! Wondering if you could identify the small pink blooming plant by the hosta? Thanks
path leading from garage to fire pit
I like the big leaf plant !!
Bottom of slope plantings
shade plant groupings
Host as and ferns planting
Great massed planting a.
Plant combinations for
Shade plants...Planting a paths...plant combo...plant composition...Pathway plantings...Path. Plants
“Rhodies or azaleas among foliage textures” — susanromanoff
Gardens by Gabriel
7 Reviews
Lush Los Osos Landscape
Ideabooks7,370
Questions1
What plants did you use to achieve such a masterpiece?
So beautiful. Would these plants work in Pennsylvania ? We just bought a house with a big yard and I have no clue where to start but I have a bed that is bare and ready!
walkway with moss and lush plants
This coastal planting bed is filled with color, both from the perennials and the grasses. It's also filled with plants. The overall look is a blend of cottage and traditional, a nice mix for a home garden and certainly up to handling coastal weather.
A joyous celebration of plants — with their unique
the pairing of exotic and native plants. Carex, Stipa and Pennisetum — carefree ornamental grasses — intermingle with Gaura and kangaroo paw in what some may call "controlled chaos." I call it irresistible.
“Quite like fuzzy "blonde" grass” — casper1821
Sallie Hill Design
13 Reviews
Newton, MA House
Ideabooks1,041
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Redesigned and replanted steep hillside with plantings and grasses that tolerate shade and partial sun. Added repurposed, reclaimed granite steps for access to lower lawn. - www.salliehilldesign.com - Photo: © 2013 Brian Hill
mix of sun and shade plantings / grasses. Steep hillside
Can you give me the names of some of the plants and shrubs here, please?
access to paddock from end of verandah
steep hill with numerous types of plants
Love this hillside planting bed on hill.
Like the steps and the plants
Plantings that tolerate shade and partial sun
like rustic stones as steps creating pathway to bottom of property and plants around it look natural
Natural looking/ like plants were thrown in the air and planted where they landed.
“Beautiful home with nice hilly landscaping & stone steps.” — edgarcorinna
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2012 ALE: The Grotto Garden
Ideabooks11,784
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Did you use any special material between the rocks for plant growth? I was going to use black earth and mulch.....will that work? Thanks
in the back an the plants surrounding the patio. It's cozy. I think it would be nice to have a small waterfall running down from the stone wall or maybe just some hanging wall perennials.
Planting in crevices can be a simple statement of appreciation for plant form and texture, as shown in the previous photo, or a celebration of color and exuberance, as shown here. You may look for opportunities in existing structures or incorporate structures into plans
Planting in crevices can be a simple statement of appreciation for plant form and texture, as shown in the previous photo, or a celebration of color and exuberance, as shown here. You may look for opportunities in existing structures or incorporate structures into plans for that next project.To avoid
“planting in stone walls” — lauriegiles
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Ideabooks37,069
Questions17
Where are the lovely pillows and throw from?
Are the two Matching plants fig trees?
Where is the end table from?
is the artist and name of the painting if you don't mind :) love the feel of the room, the green of the plants and distressed wood is a great pairing!!
Where is the rug from? I am having a hard time finding a custom sea grass rug without a border.
exactly ow high I should go. I have read different measurements from various places. Help!
Could you please tell me where the curtain rods are from?
Where did the fireplace surround come from and dementions
not select the plants or furnishings. I checked the Resource Guide for the home and I don't see any indication of the plant type.
dhrohrer - an update to your question from last November - I've just learned that the "inner surround" closest to the firebox is from Eldorado Stone, while the "outer" surround is a wood surround custom crafted by the builder.
“End table vignette” — vichahouse
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
Ideabooks13,680
Questions5
how long does it take to water all of those plants?
I can't believe people don't water plants and then wonder why they died!
For an inexpensive solution, I planted thyme between painted concrete stepping stones.
Perhaps you could plant moss in between the rocks.
Love the cohesive chaos. They have a lot of tropical/annual plants. I would have to be more selective, so as not to have
cottage garden path. Adapt plants to seaside style
PRO Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes There are over 75 different varieties of plants.....list too long but here's a quick overview: Phlox p
stans) and autumn sage (Salvia gregii). Planting perennials in the fall gives them the cooler months to establish deep, healthy roots, so your spring growth will be much larger and robust.
“mixture of plants” — derondaadams
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5 Reviews
PJ Landscape
Ideabooks15,852
Questions10
What type of plants are around the tree? Thank you
who is the landscape designer? Are they from Toronto?
Other than hostas are the pink and the light green plants perennials?
What are those two plants under the tree?
about the chartreuse green plant without better detail but as it's a shade garden, it is more likely the lime green heuchera than the sweet potato vine which is in the planters at right.
I believe the pink flowers are impatiens, I'm not sure about the small green plant.
Plants that suit the shape of the flower bed in front
Front yard with plants around tree
Cut maple up and plant shade flowers beneath
nice combo of big leaved plants under maple with azalea/impatiens under for color
Impatiens and green plant named in info
“Tree” — cmorris67
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