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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,581
Questions6
what are the name of these plants?
Hi angryredhead thanks so much for giving the names of the plants.....i really appreciate it.
From what I can see, they look to be Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos flavidus (Kangaroo Paw), Agave attenuata (Fox Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental
ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.
water saving plants for front beds
Warm yellows. Yellows are not easy to use en masse in a garden. Here, using muted yellows from the cooler end of the yellow spectrum works as a
rigida (Gopher Plant).....great shrubs - Lower pool suggestion
Love these plants. Must have them at Parklane.
“Too much of the same” — 1cheetah
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Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
Ideabooks29,722
Questions8
Love the plants in the planters. What kind of plant are the ones in the planters?
what is the trailing plant in the container
Where can I order the planters from?
a very formal look. Took lots of watering to get started, now thrives with total neglect. Gorgeous green color. Google dichondra seed. I think I bought ours from Park Seed.
I have a little sun and lots of shade. Planted dichondra seed for back yard and between broken stones on patio and it is fabulous. Stays green even under snow in N.C. and never needs mowing unless you
because I really can't see the plant close enough but my guess would be that it's Pilea depressa (Giant Baby's Tears). I usually see it sold as a houseplant (up here in Canada) but I have planted it in containers myself for a beautiful cascading green effect. I planted mine in shade. Have a look in the
“Sparagus plants” — tfakheri
Jeffrey Rule, Inc.
2 Reviews
Santa Luz California Ranch
Ideabooks1,473
Questions2
What are the plants that are seen in this garden? We are relocating to the SW and want to landscape with some
What are the plants that are seen in this garden? We are relocating to the SW and want to landscape with some good colors.
Hello! I just want to know from what material is the walkway
A seeded aggregate (3/8" round Pebbles) concrete paving with integral color.
Plants are Bogainvillea 'La Jolla', Salvia leucantha, Strelitzia reginae, Anigiozanthus flavidus, Pennisetum messiacum, Helichrysum petiiolare, Lantana sellowiana, Hemerocallis hybrid, Phormium tenax 'Yellow Wave', Agapanthus
A seeded aggregate (3/8" round Pebbles) concrete paving with integral color.
some grass areas with other areas of drought tolerant plantings
“Drought tolerant” — Kecia H
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
Ideabooks5,465
Questions6
How many grey plants do you need to plant together to make these bundles?
Hi, Could you tell me the name of the creamy ball flowered plants in this image?
what name is the grey color plant? It looks very nick in
have to wait long to get this look. If you want even speedier results (and don't mind thinning later), plant 2-3 per clump and sprinkle some seeds around them. There are many plants with soft gray leaves that go by the name Lamb's Ears, so check the tag for more info. Many of them have beautiful flowers;
I believe that plant is Santolina chamaecyparissus 'Lemon Queen' (Common name Lavender Cotton).
Beautiful! Lamb's Ears spread quickly, so each of these clumps may have begun with just one or two plants each. I wouldn't plant this many together at once, but you won't have
“lemon in planter” — djm48
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Pool Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks20,577
Questions10
by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Glowing ornamental grasses and other low water plants enhance the natural style gardens surrounding this pool makeover expertly crafted by Southern California Landscape. Why start from scratch if you can "recreate" a pool scape that you will love for a fraction of the
√Hi, i notice you planted this close to the pool and jacuzzi, will the pink bloom make mess being next to the
Hi, i notice you planted this close to the pool and jacuzzi, will the pink bloom make mess being next to the pool?
Yes, creeping thyme is a good choice in this planting zone and is a neat grower. I would advise you to ask your local garden center about appropriate ground covers for your climate in San Diego.
“Muhley grass, flagstone” — teresaharris48
ras-a, inc.
7 Reviews
p_House
Ideabooks4,927
Questions6
What's the name of the large plant
Calonian was right — the large agave like plant is indeed a Furcraea. The smaller plant to the right (with orange/red bloom) is a kangaroo paw. The ground cover is blue senecio mandraliscae (not pig face).
They look like Australian native plants. The large-leaf one looks like a Gymea Lily.
however. This was a cost savings decision as well as a more responsible design approach (in lieu of bulldozing the original house down and starting from scratch). Thanks for your question, and I'm glad you enjoy the photos.
river rocks, plants and concrete wall
garden plants gymea lilly pig face
Furcraea planted as a focal plant
Furcraea (zones 9 to 11), are so dramatic that they effectively function as living sculpture. They are shown to best advantage when planted as a focal point.
“Upper corner garden” — koifish_1
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Guest house
Ideabooks762
Questions1
These are Mediterranean plantings and the garden is in Marin County, California. Echium fastuosum, Phormium varieties, Lavandula stoechas are in this photo.
Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers spring through summer When to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer. Caution: Pride of Madeira can irritate skin. Wear proper protection, including gloves, when handling it
birds and butterflies; deer resistant; drought and coastal tolerant Seasonal interest: Evergreen; flowers spring through summer When to plant: Plant seeds in spring; plant cuttings in midsummer. Caution: Pride of Madeira can irritate skin. Wear proper protection, including gloves, when handling it.
I love the color of the flowers. Now I need to know where to find the seeds
“Pride of Madeira” — courtneyroth
Michael Lee Architects
4 Reviews
Herron Residence
Ideabooks3,205
Questions0
border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture with a playful wink. If you don't have a garden outside, create one indoors.
When plants show up in surprising places, you have achieved
The mother in law's tongue planting outside the front door
with a border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants from the tropics go a long way to warm the stark architecture with a playful wink. If you don't have a garden outside, create one indoors.
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality
filled, utilizing line and glass to their full potential. Without plantings, however, the hallway would seem boxlike and lifeless. The addition of spiky foliage emphasizes the height of the space while breaking up the sparseness.
“Yesyes” — fridatrho
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