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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Outdoor Fireplace
Ideabooks4,976
Questions4
more bellow plants ... low water needed...
outdoor fireplace & sitting area; a destination; tall trees and lush low plantings
surrounded by tall ish grasses and plants
decomposed granite, low water plants
Perennial planting design.
DG with plants overlapping.
drought tolerant plants
Plants along pathway.
Native plants around oak trees
Love the plants!
“drought tolerant plants” — Mickelle Johnson
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Healy Design Inc.
8 Reviews
Change throught the Years
Ideabooks1,089
Questions0
Pretty combination of plants and colors
Colorful planting on slope--would be more maintenance.
So much nicer than a regular slope planting!
Informal cottage garden planting and use of colour
with the right plants, that gray wall would just disappear entirely, without need of stone
I like the plant with the big white flowers.
“Plant idea” — adele19720
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Tranquil Escapes
Ideabooks9,928
Questions1
We would use several of these plants.
We would use many of these types of plants
5 years of Christmas trees re-planted.... :)
Like layered small plants w/large
the mixture of plants
color of flowering plants, nice
plantings idea...Hou van die plante...Plants trees...Mixture of plants
“norway spruce backdrop - loosely hand-pruned boxwood 'green velvet' - knockout roses - lavender” — jennorbug
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks9,553
Questions2
plant selection small succulents, big plant varierty central
the whole thing, pots, plants, etc.
have plants around in the ground and in pots. Maybe one big pot on wheels. Birdbath...
Have to get a bird bath or fountain like this - 1 basin, 1 pedestal, and plants around - maybe a pond.....
Circular planting - around cistern?
plants around fountailn
Combination of plants
Plants surrounding fountain
Mums plants...Potted Plants...planting beds
“Plants” — peggylotten
Jonathan Miller Architects
French Country
Ideabooks2,112
Questions0
If I knew how to grow plants, this would be my favorite room.
How lots of plants without true bedding could look
Step 3: Seating as well as plants
Likes plants and pots...
I love plants...sunroom plants...potted plants
“Deck” — gbell1
Jan Enright Creations
4 Reviews
Nixon Gardens
Ideabooks4,540
Questions2
I like the rock, stepping stones, and variety of plants.
STEPPING STONES ROUND HUT SOFT PLANTING
Privacy/shade plants for fence by apts
Nice garden planting
Walkway and Plantings.
shade tolerant plants
Shade plants...Mix of plants...shade garden plants
“meandering paths” — carolemr
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks2,461
Questions4
what type of plant are the larger tuffs of lime green
Pavers spaced with ground plants. How about flowering ones like I have by the driveway?..
I like the other plants growing
Mulch around all plants. Similar to how Mother Nature provides a blanket with fallen leaves, mulch "blankets" your landscape plants and protects them from winter cold. Make sure you have a good 2- to 3-inch layer of shredded hardwood mulch, but avoid heaping mulch up on the plant bases, which can quickly
quickly rot the plants. I like to "feather" mulch up to the base stem or trunk of a plant for the best coverage.
“low growing, bright green” — suryaf
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
Ideabooks3,824
Questions1
The main outdoor living space now has an outdoor kitchen and stone fireplace. The garden includes succulents, seasonal color, and drought tolerant plants.
what is the large succulent plant in the front ?
rock paths with drought tolerant plantings
the pottery and the large plants
great rock and native plant idea
into the edges of the bed before planting and mulching. Look for boulders that are around 1 to 2 feet in diameter and have a somewhat chunky appearance, then line them up end to end to set your beds apart in a bold and dramatic way.
landscaping materials out. Smaller boulders can be used to define these beds in a very natural way; simply nestle them into the edges of the bed before planting and mulching. Look for boulders that are around 1 to 2 feet in diameter and have a somewhat chunky appearance, then line them up end to end to set
“steps” — jhosman
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