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debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
What kind of plants can use in this sunny but cold and brizy weather any ideas will be really apreciated
What is the vine on the wall, can it grow in zone 4-5?
What is the name of the garden climber on the walls?
wonderful but as you know the roots do attach to wood, brick, or stucco. I planted one on a fence that adjoins the house and runners attach to the house but
if you plant a creeping fig on the fence away from the house would it still try to get
Stucco Wall in small garden. Gravel and pavers. Note stacked plants on the side.
flagstone edging turned on its side. Love the lush plants surrounding the courtyard.
fast-growing free climber conserves space, and the planting now seems to flow from the beds to the top of the wall in one swift movement.
What is the creeping plant growing on...What is the white flowering plant?
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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like the idea of arrangements of potted plantings
I like the way they grouped all of the plants
Lori's front entry left side by wall...Colour on walls...mixed plants within one pot...Plant pots...the plant arrangement... ordinary...plants pots...Good hot weather plants...Plant ideas
Yes, all of the plants in this image are real of live plants. Hawaii is such an easy environment to keep them looking
Ceiling, wall niche, door on wall, big pots
Couch with table behind with plants and large pAlms.
Sofa and plants decor...wall color...warm sandy pink walls...lots of plants...i Iike all the plants...indoor plants...Love all the plants
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
Golden Rock Inn, Nevis, West Indies
What plants are used to create the landscaping on the right side of this photo? I see banana trees and elephant ears, but what are the other plants to create
Landscaping with tropical plants and lush planting for privacy between houses. Love to have
stingy. Swathes of generous planting help create a lush vibe. When designing your garden look to nature for inspiration. Your planting scheme should convey an
designers working today. This garden in the West Indies has bold herbaceous plants and trees placed to create a romantic experience. This isn’t natural but
bbq area adjacent to neighboring wall
the retaining wall, from behind. The plexiglass is behind the steel face front and is lit from behind. It sits proud of the face of the wall but there is
is a box out in the retaining wall for the light bulb.
reddish plant Cotinus 'Grace' to add color with evergreens
Concrete retaining wall, steps, and steel railing
How to use it. As an upright shrub, ‘Grace’ can be as a focal plant, border
How to use it. As an upright shrub, ‘Grace’ can be as a focal plant, border plant, or mixed in a bed. The structured yet open form of the shrub paired
paired with its distinct foliage works nicely with other plants with cooler colors. “It pairs well with grasses, hostas, and perennial flowers,” says Port. In
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
sort of bender board was used to deliniate the borders between DG, rocks & plants w/mulch.
which plant? the larger one is a selected specimen of a dwarf variegated yucca, blue
The plant, the texture on the left wall, the concrete look and the plant nook
something like that option for front retaining wall
Outside wall To look like hollow blocks. On the rear
whats the name of the plant
a Blade of Grass
Country Farm House
Peastone driveway with antique granite curbing and perennials planting beds.
What perennials do you have planted here?
Beautifully planted gardens. The bright green seed heads of Alchemilla mollis (or Lady's Mantle)
like the "ground cover" plants.. they don't sit too low to the ground
repeat use of plants, full coverage
Gardens by Gabriel
South County Succulents
What types of plants are in this garden?
May I know what the bright green plant with a 'tower' in the top right corner called? Looks like a starfish with
so make sure its not planted in any kind of heavy clay soil
The plants you see here are all Mediterranean dry climate plants. The florida climate is
mild-frost free area. Antelope is too hot and also too cold for most of these plants.
away from the Pacific, where the temps rest in the 70-80's. Many of these plants are fine in the low 90's, but not much above. They handle the heat and drought
Definitely not. These plants shown need dry mediterannean air, and sandy soil. There are some hardy Opuntia's
Will you identify these plants for me?...What is the veragated plant lower right