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tropical plant in the background? Y'all grass?
Lemon bamboo plant. Grow in Omaha?
Plant Bamboo all along the Fence that separates next door Neighbors and along the Fence that
Love this path & plantings
like the bamboo looking plants
bamboo plants...Bamboo planting
“concrete” — Sweez Schwisow
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Pristine Acres is committed to offering the highest-quality, most professional landscape design/installation services with the best customer service in the Washington DC Metro.
Tobin + Parnes Design Enterprises
Historic Brownstone Renovation
It is a very large, open spaced garden that is full of beautiful plants and flowers, but isn't too
flower and plants sunshine
Plants around staircase
potted plant...Potted plants...potted plants
“the "fire pit"” — samsky
Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors LLC
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Moorestown Residence
kinds of plants you'd like to overwinter, and the available space in your house, you may benefit from allowing some woody species to go dormant in a sheltered garage, an unheated basement or an outdoor shed. Roses, hardy hibiscus, lavender, rosemary and shasta daisy are among those plants that can withstand
Dormant plants do not need light or fertilizer.
“black table with red chairs” — sjdwilcox
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Gravel Path
do you plant bamboo as a privacy screen? Are some species better or less invasive?
evergreen plant — making for a beautiful green wall in this garden
could we plant a natural privacy screen?
densely planted, but maintained like a hedge and 3. uplighting, subtle but effective, adds drama after dark.
lovely planted in a garden, beware that the roots can extend 20 feet underground and disturb foundations and plumbing pipes. Also, it can take over and become extremely costly and difficult to eradicate.See how to use bamboo in the landscape
evergreen plant — making for a beautiful green wall in this garden
“the concept of the walk way” — asimole
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Transformation
Don't plant any poisons plants. Some plants bare berries that are poisonous when ingested by animal. It may not effect human, but animal tend to be more susceptible.
choose some plants that you love, take photos and show the professional. You already know you want to use the yard for your family and your pet, but how much grass do you want to care for? What will your family enjoy doing in the backyard?
Plantings, raised beds & wood gate
spiky plants in concrete planting area by steps
Plants above wall as fence and wood integration
simplified plantings, the bright orange cushions and the contemporary table. The sunken feel of the space, reinforced by the wall with plantings above it, makes the entire space seem protected yet still open. There's room to relax and play, all in safety.
“Nice composition” — lucyak
Contemporary Landscape
practical plant for tubs near boundaries that grow tall upright and give privacy. We live near the sea. Love your work. Many thanks
never planted it, blew in and is invasive and impossible to get rid of. We couldn't pay anybody to remove so we did it ourselves destroying our yard in the process. No one could go out barefoot since shoots are continuos.
different plants ie tropical, native grasses etc. Which do you recommend to your clients? Rachel
avoid planting into pots as it really needs room to grow well. This job we couldn't avoid it but still would prefer to put bamboo in the ground. Try ghost bamboo, it's stunning and a slightly smaller variety.
repetitious plantings of bamboo in slate troughs are interspersed with rusty metal panels. Once again the wall color, flooring and containers all provide a sense of unity. The extra design detail is the lighting set flush between the planters, which illuminates the rusty panel and creates a great feature at
“metal and planter diversity looks great. Is the bamboo contained in the planters?” — cheersy
Prideaux Design
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Prideaux Design
Botanical name: Pedilanthus macrocarpus (syn. Euphorbia lomelii) Common names: Slipper plant, lady’s slipper
Slipper plant - blooms in spring and fall, drought tolerant
Botanical name: Pedilanthus macrocarpus (also Euphorbia lomelii) Common names: Slipper plant, lady’s slipper USDA zones: 9-10 Water requirement: Water monthly
ipper plant/Lady's slipper (Pedilanthus macrocarpus(syn. Euphorbia lomelii)).
giving the plant a solid, almost plastic-like appearance. While the bright green stems of this perennial succulent remain bare for most parts of the year, fall and spring usher in showstopping orange blossoms from which the slipper plant gains its name. In fall, when many plants are beginning to lose their
“Slipper plant/Lady's slipper (Pedilanthus macrocarpus(syn. Euphorbia lomelii)).” — Estudio Castaño
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Traditional Perennial
these plants and could this work for georgia climate?
would plant one that is evergreen though. The foliage of the fern (Onoclea sensibilis) in the photo dies back to the ground every year. I would suggest an Alaska Fern (Polystichum setiferum) in a container. I hope this helps!
Hackinochloa - The plant in the middle. It has a beautiful light green leaf and really brightens the garden.
type of plant tucked in behind others?
lush garden by mixing different textures and shades of plants to create visual interest
All shade plants. Note background tropical plant.
choice of plants it can make a wonderful color-theme planting. The foliage in this border is both soothing and refreshing and makes me think of the traditional temple gardens of Japan.
“plantings for shady areas” — Olander Garden Design
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