736,733 plants on walls Home Design Photos

Horst Architects
4 Reviews
Mintzer Residence - Entry
Ideabooks2,807
Questions4
What type of plants have been used in this photo
The combination of the dark wall against the deep green of the Horsetail reed is great.
Yes, the plants are called horsetail.
the plant is called horsetail. has been around since the dinosaurs. bamboo and aloe vera plant come from this plant cell
i like the wall and plants
this could be the shared wall area.
channeled accent wall - would be nice inside too
The plant is called horse tail. Will have to learn more about it.
Horsetail Reed and dark wall color
“shade” — aishaazhar
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Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
Ideabooks7,969
Questions2
up against the retaining wall on the
to this in the Des Moines area. She can maintain your plants and design them with what we can offer as a design build company!
strips of wood--over wall. Could do this over cinder block?
Nice garden seating/planting area BBQ area maybe?
Outdoor deck and chimney wall
Integration of seating and plantings
Great privacy wall w plants
privacy wall...Wall trellis...Placemen of plants...Incorporated plants...Grouping of plants...potted plant...planting nyc...brick wall...wood slat wall
“Patio” — mogunth
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks10,225
Questions6
I have deer in our neighborhood that eat our plants. What can I do or what is best to plant that can bloom?
What is the name of that plant with the purple flower?
websites for plants in your area, normally they list if plants are deer and/or rabbit resistant. My favorite is highcountrygardens.com, then go find the plants in your nursery. If nothing else, take a nice stroll through that neighborhood and chances are I bet they'll tell you what plants work, people
people love to talk about their passion! As a Park Ranger, I also look at native species plants, they've been living with deer all this time and still going strong.
Brick patio with cutouts for plants
love the plant arrangement along the house. most are deer resistant.
“Fountain” — peggyd01
Brian Maloney Design Associates
Guest house
Ideabooks784
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
blue plants are pride of madeira
traits. Even without the massive terminal flower spikes, Pride of Madeira’s striking form and attractive foliage fill the garden and complement other plants year-round. Woody stems project elegantly, though loosely, out, finished with narrow furry leaves growing to the ends. Bountiful flower clusters arrive
“Flowers” — quentin125
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
PJ Landscape
Ideabooks15,859
Questions10
Other than hostas are the pink and the light green plants perennials?
What are those two plants under the tree?
What type of plants are around the tree? Thank you
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
Gardens by Gabriel
7 Reviews
Lush Los Osos Landscape
Ideabooks7,371
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
Ideabooks1,042
Questions1
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?
Like the steps and the plants
steep hill with numerous types of plants
Love this hillside planting bed on hill.
of property and plants around it look natural
Natural looking/ like plants were thrown in the air and planted where they landed.
like the woodland type plants with stepped path
Plantings that tolerate shade and partial sun
“Beautiful home with nice hilly landscaping & stone steps.” — edgarcorinna
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
San Anselmo Mediterranean garden
Ideabooks652
Questions1
Front yard planting framing Mediterranean house
what is the name of the tall, red flowering plant in this photo? Thanks, Erin
It's called something like poker plant or hot poker plant....it should come up if u google that.
red spikey plants, and layered look
blend of these plants would work perfectly here
“Fire poker / torch lily and variegated flax” — Briana Lyon / Califia EcoDesigns
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