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Melbourne Contemporary Kitchens
Point Cook
pot with plant where heliconia is
large plant for side of our pool
potted plant..idea...plant - pool...Yucca plant in pot...Pot + plante...Big potted plant...Pot plant...Potted plant...potted plant
“Pot” — sussanf
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
what is the name of some of the plants you have with the larger leaves?
A variety of Hostas and Astibe as well. Other plants that would compliment the mix are Heuchera and Foam Flower of which there are many varieties and Bleeding
Bleeding Heart for spring colour. All are hardy shade to semi shade plants. Some tolerate more sun. You've only to research to see how many amazing varieties
pots are often nibbled at. Leaving beer in a container at the base of the plant will help with slugs
that they make it easier to transition from one type of planting to another. This way your plants won't end up looking like cans on a grocery store shelf
large-leafed hostas allows for the peaceful transition to pockets of different plants.
Nice planting for a shady area
“very relaxing” — Darcy Howe
Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Outdoor living
can you tell me what plant is in the hanging pot?
The plant that is in the giant pot, in the right hand side of the image. is Asparagus
Plants encircling the patio, tall potted plant
amazing potted plant...Raised ledge with planted grass...Plant in tall pot...plants around patio...Potted plants...Plant in the...container plants...potted plants
“2nd story” — dn51n
Jan Enright Creations
4 Reviews
Nixon Gardens
Ferns, shade plants for back of yard
Mix of plants...Shade plants...Boulder with plants...Evergreen plants...plants, rock...path and plants...shade tolerant plants
“Backyard” — Martha Pearce
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
I love the green plant with the tiny green leaves and white flowers
Hi sig123 - Japanese lilac or Syringa reticulata is not a plant that I use. A quick online shows its suitable for USDA zone 7-3, and Toronto
that. However, cold hardiness is only one cultural consideration regarding plant suitability for any given site. The best advice I can offer is for you to
replacing lawn with garden is a fabulous idea if you replace it with water wise plants. Other things to consider include local ordinances or HOA rules that may
Hi there - it does look like little duck feet! This is a Pac NW native plant - Vancouveria hexandra or inside out flower. Super cute. Likes shady, moist
Plant that looks like duck's feet...What plant is in front of the Brunnera?
“Land scaping” — shafaqsnh
Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
Bradstone Madoc Wall Used As A Raised Garden
Bradstone Madoc Wall Used As A Raised Garden
Madoc walling captures the beauty of natural stacked field stone in an easy to build wall block. The authentic appearance of dry laid, natural stone is
shaped Madoc block. Madoc can be used for garden walls, piers, steps, outdoor kitchens, firepits, seat walls, waterfalls, planters, and raised gardens. FREE
should be safe to plant these frost-sensitive plants.
Stake and train: July brings fast growth in the veggie garden. Stake plants regularly to optimize
Set out starts of heat-loving plants. This is the time of year to set out starts of heat-loving plants such as tomatoes, squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, melons
optimize the plant’s exposure to sunlight, enhance air circulation, keep fruits and vegetables out of the soil (where pests and plagues are lying in wait)
Raised beds for plants in main garden
“nice” — walshetty19
CCI Renovations
8 Reviews
away and and rebuilt from the curbside up to the home. Extensive retaining walls married with wooden stair and landing elements complement the overall look
plants in the front of brick entranc wall
rocks at base of retaining wall...terracing and various plants and rocks...cement wall...Retaining walls...idea for plants...Modern brick wall terraces...Cement retaining walls....concrete retaining walls...retaining walls
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Plants between the flagstones. The calm feeling
3. Hardscaping. The emphasis is on the usable living space; plants are used to enhance the patios and tends to be on the perimeter and in
ground cover. The lounge chairs face a luxurious pool with a cobalt-blue tiled wall fountain.
Color of wall...i like the wall colors...Plants in water...Border plants...aloe plants...Plant choice between stones...the plants...potted plant...seat wall...container plant
“Tile and stone” — geri7
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