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Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
Can you tell me what the yellow and green striped plant is in the back?
other plants are Salvia chamaedryoides, Salvia Leucantha and Aloe striata.
This is what I mean by dramatic planting
Mediopicta sport... Yellow n green plant
Stripped yellow and green aloe vera plant
Lushness with drought tolerant plants and succulents
“Landscape” — vicnbill
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
The Aeonium Plants in front of small shrubs
Check if these plants are good for our area and if deer resistant
Landscape - need to get these plants
Like the plants used
Lots of same group planting
What plant is shown here?
Plant. Seasonal?...nice plants...Like plant...Love these plants...like the plants...Great plant...large plants...creepy plants...Aeonium Plants...Plant ?
“Succulents” — benjaminandbelinda
Fan of the pot...not so much the plant.
Love the planter and the plant....
first plant he'd ever come across during his thrifting adventures, he knew he had to take it home. After a backbreaking haul to his loft, he eventually planted it in a DIY drip planter and says, "It brings lotsa luck."
Dabito found this jade plant in a thrift
should be a plant. Fresh, green houseplants make a place feel more like home. If a room in your apartment seems like it's lacking something, try adding a green plant or a potted orchid and see the difference it makes.Tell us: Do you have any first-apartment decorating stories to share? Share your tales and
“Isolated pops of colour can help to alleviate the monotone structural colours and plants are a good” — rjarmont
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
strap leaf plant on the right?
love the plant choices and textures
yellow green plant on left side at bottom of pic
(using plantings appropriate to our area) - possibly a way to fence the lower backyard, but not obscure the view of the lake from the (both elevated) floors
Plants in background for front yard?
“plant layout for large space - low maintenance” — fortisimo
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
of the plant that looks like a string of beads?
I love all of the plants in one centralized location. Great for smaller patios.
String of Pearls---potted plant that cascades
PearlsThe plant commonly called String of Pearls truthfully looks more like a string of peas. It has small spherical leaves about ¼ inch in diameter, "strung" on thin stems like beads, resulting in a truly unique specimen. String of Pearls prefers two to three hours of direct sunlight per day as a houseplant
“Workbench arrangement” — sonoma70
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
Mountain Lodge, Planting
trees were planted to compliment the surrounding mature trees, providing a sense of permanence and timelessness. An existing pond was augmented and expanded for swimming with a 'diving rock' hand selected and perched at one end. The south-facing terrace is defined by large slabs of stone and a grand outdoor
He suggests two plants together then one more further away. Says it's transporting. Great article on gardening risks to take, do review
Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet
given to plant two plants close together and the third twice as far apart for visual interest.
Again, I Like how the lawn is a path through the yard and garden plantings.
Less lawn, uneven spacing of plants
“Purple cone flowers are great color.” — Michael Mathie Design
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
of the plants located just behind the ferns along the steps
The plants have large stem like leaves and orange and white flowers.
Would you be able to tell me the name of the ferns near the deck and also the name of the tall plant with
Hello. The plant at the front is Blackman, looks like Christmas fern but is a different plant. do you mean the tall plant at the very back on the right?
big leaf plant is at the top right if the picture...thanx
Plants fill in gaps of yard and welcome you.
Planting en masse - beautiful. Wooden steps
i love all of the plants, kind of providing privacy!
I really like the ferny plants
Pretty foliage! I love the different textures of the plants! This would look great at our Florida home!
“Frame stairs” — Israel Soto
Tim Davies Landscaping
type of plant directly behind the bench?
Brilliant planting for space usage. I bet the owners love this low maintenace deck
White rendered walls & green plants
of the plants. Love the plants, too!
Contemporary hedging plants succulents. Glaucus agave
Clean lines but still integrating plants neatly. Nice
Group plants of different shades and tones
Hedging PlantsSucculents. We see in this beautiful contemporary design how hedging has become an integral component of the design, adding mass as well as color and texture. I know that many people would not consider the glaucous agave planting as a hedge, but it does come within the definition of a hedge
Create garden harmony and unity by including numerous types of plants all in the same color, but with different shades and tones. Colors favored by designers include neutral grays and blacks, but some prefer more dominant colors, such as acid green, to contrast the neutral coloring
“succulent border! love.” — rspies
Landscaping ideas for the beach
Looking for some info on trees to plant on a barrier island along the Jersey shore. These would have to go in large, raised planters to avoid any flooding...
Facade ideas please for an unbalanced 70s classic
Help! Our recently purchased 1970's home is in dire need of some direction to fix it's non-symetrical, confused entry, short-changed gabled roof facade...
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