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Gallery Loft
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What type of plant is that?
where can you buy or what's the name of the plant, please? Thank you.
it looks like a yucca plant to me
do not allow the plant to sit in water, otherwise the roots will rot.
cut. It is then ready to be planted in soil.
holes. Discard water in the drainage saucer where possible – do not allow plant to sit in water otherwise the roots will rot. OUR TIPS: To control the height and create a bushier plant, simply prune the top. You can grow a new plant from a cutting by dipping it in rooting hormone and placing in water –
holes. Discard water in the drainage saucer when possible — do not allow the plant to sit in water, otherwise the roots will rot. Tips: To control the height and create a bushier plant, simply prune the top. You can grow a new plant from a cutting by dipping the cutting in rooting hormone and placing it
“Madagascar Dragon Tee” — lesnearl
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Dabito
OLD BRAND NEW
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Fan of the pot...not so much the plant.
espace vertEn plus d’être décoratives, les plantes vertes créées une véritable sensation de bien-être dans nos intérieurs. Arbres, succulentes et plantes feuillues saurons vous insuffler la bouffée d’air dont vous avez besoin.15 bonnes raisons d’intégrer des plantes à votre intérieur
huge jade sitting in a dimly lit corner of a thrift store. Being the 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
If you could buy just one thing for your new apartment, it 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
“bonsai” — Stephanie Pronk
Secret Gardens
Longueville
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Hi, could you advise what the plants are in the middle and top right of the shot. They both look like dracaenas. Thanks.
dramatic use of space and plantings
Agave plant. Attractive foliage combo
difference in the planting. The strong architectural shapes of the plants balance the whole design — the plantings are more than just a fill-in.See more of this terraced Sydney garden
The site contains a series of outdoor rooms at different levels, surrounded by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor
Give plants a good startNo matter how tough and drought-resistant a plant is when mature, it still needs to be pampered a little when it’s first planted. Trees in particular. Dig some organic manure or peat and slow-release fertiliser into the soil when planting and water thoroughly.
“Planta” — MIKARRASCO
The Artist Garden
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
Ideabooks1,999
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Mixture of plants and container plantings
container planting very attractive and tranquil
Ideas for plants in containers & ground.
plants and trees for the deck
comfy bench - great potted plants
Plants in planters for back patio
the skinny trees and all green plants flowing out of
Beneath the container planting is a very simple, formal design, that without the informality of that planting would make a very sterile area. In most contemporary roof and balcony gardens, you tend to find very regimented planting in a minimalistic design — rows of repetitive planting in identical containers
Up, up and away. Have a rooftop patio? Take advantage of vertical space by planting tall trees in large planters. The visual lift will make your rooftop feel like a real destination. Also, adding trees to a city roof is beneficial
“Plants” — geetu62
Evon Kirkland Interiors
Columbia Home
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What Are the plants at the base of the fountain? Absolutely gorgeous!
propagating your own plants.Propagation: Once blooming is complete, the mother plant will produce small pup plants on the outer perimeter of its base. A bromeliad is a very slow-growing plant. The pups will take about six months to grow to approximately one-third the size of the mother plant. When the pups
pups reach that size, separate them from the mother plant. Allow the young plants to grow for at least six more months, after which time they could be mature enough to bloom. Other ConsiderationsAir purification: While most common indoor plants purify the air during the day, bromeliads release oxygen and
species.The Aechmea is one of the most resilient and longest lasting of bromeliads. The large, beautiful plant features a striking light-pink bract that can last up to six months, and the mother plant and her offspring can be relatively easy to keep for many years. How to Care for Your BromeliadTemperature:
“Planting” — Sheila Fuente
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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Can you list the types of plants.
Please name the plants in the picture.
Love this garden. Would this plants grow here(zone9)? Thank you
I live in Idaho and have a well so watering in a problem. I need plants that do well in zone 5 but don't need a lot of water. I love this garden but am worried because of the cold. Help
PADDLE PLANT (KALANCHOE LUCIAE) SUCULENTA
like the ground cover and the orange/green plants
Like hard scape with chairs Like plants
Looking for low maintenance plants like these for a sloped front yard.
Island seating area surrounded by plants
seed and then dieWhen to plant: Cuttings can be planted year-round; wait until the end calluses overShown: With blue chalk sticks (Senecio mandraliscae)
“Yard ideas” — missyg1975
Justina Blakeney
The Jungalow
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The Jungalow is all about creative reuse, personalization, vivid colors, bold patterns and lots and lots of plants--Jungalow style is tropical and bohemian, very vintage and very cozy. Jungalow is about bringing the eclecticism of nature and the wild--indoors.
Hang distractions in front of the window. Hanging plants and decorative fabric is a playful, budget-friendly alternative to installing formal window treatments.
so cozy! love the hanging plants too
Plants in the windows instead of curtains
Top hook around corner with plants hanging at
hang plants like this in living room, cute
window trim an eclectic touch. A brightly striped rug, hanging tapestries and leafy green plants add to the space's jungle vibe. See more of this home
“for the kitchen” — karlenasdesigns
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Bedminster NJ
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what kind of banana plants are with red necks? can they survive cold?
I like this tropical plants in the planters especially red necks give it special character.Surprised to see these outdoors in New jersey
this is an ensente bannana plant but Musa 'Basjoo' is cold hardy
More Pots for Soil Challenged Plants.
I like the boarder here with different plants.
Interesting way to add wildness to garden with unusual plant in large pot,
The plant colors & contrasts! Ideas for my evergreen.
Potted plants in beds. Love the landscaping.
Love die kleurvolle plante wat is dit??
Don't know what they are, but I like the large center plants in the pots.
moved or removed as your tastes change without a major garden renovation. Containers give you the opportunity to experiment with new color schemes, plants and styles without a long-term commitment, so you can go big and bold this year but try something more casual in future. Who says conifers, hostas
“The plant colors & contrasts! Ideas for my evergreen.” — floridapinkhouse
Do you prefer live plants or realistic looking faux silk plants inside
We have a line of faux silk florals and plants that look very realistic and add a lovely, low maintenance finishing touch to any project. We still like...
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