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Wilkes Residence
I know this is a lot to ask but can you list the plants used?
General selection and arrangement of plants. Don't know if plants are on our plant list, speed of growth, clay soil.
mix of bright plants and dull gravel, clustering of plants with rock
pretty plants and the turqoise colors...Gathering of plants/rocks...Planting bed...plant combo by office...Island of plants...tolerant plants
“amazing plants” — amywandlass
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Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Jen + Raymond Cleveland, Oh
seating circle, plant placement, rug, colours
impact in a room without shrinking the usable floor area. One large, leafy plant like this fiddle-leaf fig in a corner of the room doesn’t interfere with
and lively (while helping the background visually float away).See 10 top plants to grow indoors
the background visually float away).Check out 8 health benefits of house plants
“Cortinas estudio” — Sara Segovia Torres
Gardens by Gabriel
13 Reviews
Sunlit Afternoon
plant choices seem drought friendly yet rich and full!
Cambria so close to us these plants will work.
like placement of plants and rocks a...I like the purple plant...hill with plants...purple plant!...mediterranean plant look...Love the purple plant...different plants close together...Pretty mixed plants...Colorful planting...Path and pebbles. Plants...What is the purple plant?
“this is ugly, don't do this” — amberla
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Concrete Garden steps
just beautiful. What are names of other plants, please?
Softens the look of concrete, but need to plant drought tolerant plants..don't want
Steps with integrated plants. Front yard idea
Generally, plants should be creepers or low growing and carefully selected for the width of the step’s tread. Be sure to keep this in mind before planting your
Plant choice and maintenance are vital where steps and pathways need to be well lit and kept completely clear of trip and slip hazards, especially for
“Love the concrete steps.” — gailanna
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
City Townhouse
Can you tell me the name of the verigated plant at the front of this picture?
What are the plants in the back container and are they zone 4 tolerate
Hi Jackie3418. The plants in the back container are not hardy in zone 4. The middle one (tall spiky one in the centre of the container ) is a phormium
Like this idea for terrace - small mulit plant pots
Texture of container plantings, low containers. Kyle: love 'em
around, which is helpful when space is tight. Think carefully about what you plant: bright annuals look pretty, but evergreen shrubs will provide colour and
“Planters” — mamber8377
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
What are the white and green plants in foreground
What is the plant with the tall little white flowers (on the midleft)?
Yes, those plants will all do well as long as you have enough moisture e.g. western red cedar & alder forest not doug fir. Planting under any large
colonize in wetter areas - so even with the root competition some smaller plants can adapt. I've found that under & near doug firs its always extremely
paving and the lime colours in the plant foliage
See article sent to email for description and names of the plants shown here.
variety of plant leaves, dry scape w lush look near fountain
right side of the house where he planted those ferns
Frost-hardy foliage plants This cool woodland garden is planted with frost-hardy plants with eye-catching foliage, such as Rodgersia
“one of my favourite grasses” — jvdz2004
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
Are the plants in this photo drought resistant?
Hi Mike! Yes, all photography plants are very resistant to drought conditions, these are Festuca glauca, Nassella tenuissima and different types of Sedum
Sedum sp. We use these plants in our designs and we never have any problems. Good luck!
Ideas for under deck cluster of plants and big rock
stepping stones and low water maintenance plants
your landscape.Right plant, right place. This mantra is repeated in ideabooks all over Houzz. Understanding where to place a plant begins with knowing the
the type of soil present. Soil type affects irrigation, grading and how plants will perform. Explore the various soils in your landscape by taking a close
The way the plants are plantec
“Landscape” — Jolene Davis
WA design
9 Reviews
Berkeley Courtyard House
hi there, can you tell me the name of the silvery green plant? thanks
love these plants concept, textured and soft colours
onions, artemisia, and santolina are great plants for the high desert!
alliums, especially the large globe varieties, have become very popular as accent plants. Here they stand over a mixed planting of 'Cotton
globe varieties, have become very popular as accent plants. Here they stand over a mixed planting of 'Cotton Lavender', Santolina chamaecyparissus, and
Plant the unexpected. Bright purple allium, standing tall, adds color. Artemisia and santolina are both good filler plants; their soft foliage
and inconspicuous flowers serve as a backdrop for more colorful plantings.
I feel it is a curry plant/bush
“Fleur d'ail” — Framboise Bijoux
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