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Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks5,733
Questions3
Plant raised beds. If you’d prefer a more cohesive-looking garden than just an assortment of potted plants, you could essentially create one really big container that lifts your garden out of the muck and
5. Plant raised beds. If you’d prefer a more cohesive-looking garden than just an assortment of potted plants, you could essentially create one really big container that lifts your garden out of the muck and
What if we carried the wall in a semi-circle from the edge of the deck. On the wall beside the deck, we could sit on it, but beyond it, we could put plants.
5. Plant raised beds. If you’d prefer a more cohesive-looking garden than just an assortment of potted plants, you could essentially create one really big container that lifts your garden out of the muck and within easy reach — a raised bed. Though usually built with rectangular frames made of lumber
“Brick” — mcguigan7
Lilyvilla Gardens
3 Reviews
Lilyvilla Display Garden
Ideabooks8,765
Questions2
trees and plants that make a calm serene place.
plants on the side leading up to the entrance. Wood as an alternative - but concrete/stucco is probably better
Metallic structure / wood / plants --> garden
love these tall, leafy tropical plants...are they Banana Gum Trees?
In the landscape. Banana plants look great almost anywhere they're placed, but the biggest consideration when siting them is how big they will eventually get. Since bananas form new stems at their base, things can get crowded rather quickly. Use bananas wherever a strong architectural presence is needed:
enjoyed. If you're growing edible types, just remember that you will need to harvest the fruit and thin out the declining stems, which means that the plantings (if any) beneath the bananas should be durable enough to handle occasional foot traffic. Ornamental bananas are ideal as focal points in a bed of
“Match the style of the gate with the theme of the garden” — My Guys Remodeling
ENJOY Co.
4 Reviews
spa
Ideabooks3,434
Questions3
Lush planting make a serene surround for this roomy hot tub.
focal point. Here dense plantings create a lush, private spot for soaking.
I like that it's set into the ground, and has plantings right up to it
hot tub with planting on the edge
love the plantings right at the edge and the deck
Plant right up to the edge. Unlike inground pools, spas don’t require a wide berth of paved space for access. Instead, use your tub as a beautiful garden focal point. Here dense plantings create a lush, private spot for soaking.
gunite hottub with nice planting around
hot tub focal point of garden plant up to edge
plenty of potted plants, the Keegans created a natural oasis around their roomy hot tub.
5. Plant right up to the edge. Unlike inground pools, spas don’t require a wide berth of paved space for access. Instead, use your tub as a beautiful garden focal point. Here dense plantings create a lush, private
“Pool” — martinlund
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Backyard Retreat
Ideabooks1,515
Questions3
Beautiful design!! What are the green plants with purple spikes? Also, what are the little grasses in front of the plant with the purple spikes? Thanks!
Like the upright blue flower plants
arrangement of elements in planting bed-tall feather reed grass sage(?) line up
landscape plants grasses
smaller plants...colors plants...Lights in plants
“color of the pool landscape” — paynesathome
Planters
Garden Terrace
Ideabooks1,627
Questions2
What are the plants between the stones
That is Mazus reptans. Its high tolerance for foot traffic makes it a great plant to place between walkways and stepping stones.
Brick Fountain with low retention wall for plants
Plantings and the stone patio
Fountain with plants around
mazus reptans plant between rocks
lots of plants around it.
Stones and plants...FOUNTAIN PLANTED
“Stones and plants” — valeriejahraus
Judy's Gardens & Design
Los Altos Garden
Ideabooks3,993
Questions2
What is the plant in the middle with the yellow flowers?
What is the plant in the middle with the yellow flowers? Very nice layout.
Looks like an immature Scottish broom, cytisus scoprarius. If you google images of these you'll see the variation in these plants.
Having stones to kneel on walk path for planting or weeding
great planting idea for slopping yard
“Walkway” — kiwisteph04
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Rock Wall
Ideabooks1,334
Questions0
Average Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 5 to 8 feet tall, depending upon variety Planting tips: Plant in fall and prune to 12 inches in late winter or early spring.
maiden grass - full sun, plant in fall, prune to 12 " in early spring
requirement: Full sun Mature size: 5 to 8 feet tall, depending upon variety Planting tips: Plant in fall and prune to 12 inches in late winter or early spring.
like the integration of rock and plants, small scrubs, contrasting textures
contains a long, narrow stone wall, consider using low, creeping plants like Japanese garden juniper (Juniperus procumbens ‘Nana’, zones 4 to 9). If you are working with a slope held back by boulders, consider mounding or spiky plants that mimic the shape of your stones.
““Maiden Grass(Miscanthus sinensis)” — butterflypower10
Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
10 Reviews
Rue Group, Inc.
Ideabooks8,890
Questions1
courtyard garden is just a step outside the Master Bedroom where the sounds of the central water fountain can be heard throughout the house and lush plantings, cobblestone paving and low iron rail accents transport you to New Orleans. The front yard and stone entry now truly reflect this home’s incredible
joints , plants against the house
Small space is tricky, but the smaller surface tie & the well groomed plants allows several exit areas & views from inside. Perfect!
“Patio” — jsct
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