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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Piled up plantings at front door
Big palm plants behind billowy flowers
Varying Heights of plants and flowers and planters
Love the potted plant in the corner. For the front porch?
Wish I could plant like that
Styling with potted plants and accents
4. Pile up plantings. Plants are one of the easiest and most affordable ways to give your entrance a polished look, and they can enhance any effect you're going for. Mass tumbles of old-fashioned blooms in weathered tin or tole tubs for a cottage; stick with variegated greens and sleek containers in
also practical. You can fill it with enough water to water several plants, but not so much that it’s hard to lug and hard to pour. Watering cans are particularly good for container gardens and for overhead watering of individual plants that don’t mind getting their leaves wet.
“arrangement of pots with varied textures, floras and spikey combined” — lesliespector
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Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: McGeachy Residence
The varying size of plant arrangement
Vignette og plants ,containers and plants
Chair and plant placement
Plant arrangement for condo
Large plants Large planters
Nice plant arrangement
gorgeous plant on porch?
Arrangement de plante
Plant Containers...Love the plants...Plants on the porch...Planter and plant...potted plants
“Pots” — leahkae
Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
Dry Garden, Palos Verdes
Lacy chartreuse taller plants with AGAVE & chalk stick things
what's the light green plant on the center
Good CA native plant examples, nice variation of color
Beautiful mixture of plantings, not boring. All low maint and water.
Nice mix of low water plantings
I like the textures of the plants in the foreground
“nice pool deck” — mmkaufman
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
The plant is a banana palm.
Hello, your plant is a Strelitzia Nicolai more commonly known as a giant bird of paradise. They are a cousin of the banana and can get quite big, some grow to twenty feet. They bloom with a large exotic white flower.
Thanks for the name of the houseplant. It kinda looks like a banana palm. I'll be checking for it at indoor tropical plant stores.
That is a Bird of Paradise plant which you can get at most places that sell indoor tropicals. (Strelitzia reginae is the latin name)
Evergreen Plants at the Corners of the Rooms
corner plant look awesome ...long one
Love the big pot and house plant and the sideboard under tv
art and ties rooms to the world outside the windows. If you don't have a houseplant already, you can get large palms and other architectural specimen plants for roughly the same price as a bouquet of flowers. This room uses a muted color scheme, tropical wood textures and a fun zebra print for an exotic
“Plant too big but good plant next to tv” — ambpat80
Town and Country Conservatories
A conservatory for plants and people
A conservatory for plants and people
The flowering plant looks like a Mandevilla vine. They are stunning and bloom like mad. ...
They look like Ficus trees. Indoor plants in most U.S. climates.
i love stay in the greenhouse , relax and sit with flowers ad plants around , soft music make this perfect
Height in the sunroom, tall plants
the way the plant can carry over across the room
Climbing plant support; rocks in pot
Coffee in the conservatory! I could grow there with the plants all day! Many seeds of
5. Greenery. A transitional space between the indoors and outdoors begs for thriving potted plants as the connecting element.
“Boganvillia” — farsideb
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
Ides where to find the neutral plant containers?
What kind of plant is pictured in the background?
Where can that plant and the pot be found?
lovely sofa and plant behind it
I love flowers and plants in a room. It makes everything a little prettier
Like the big plant-not sure if practical!
Green plant on top of stairs
Bird of paradise plant in corner
AJ--Inside plant complements & extends exterior landscape
idea for my sitting area-plant and animal print and textured material for sofa .glass table bougainvilleas in the back ground-great!
Love the styling if green plant and zebra and
Style Secret: Tropical PlantsTake away those lush green plants and brilliant blooms, and the tropics would feel more like the tundra. Use potted versions to breathe vigor and vibrancy into your
“adornos” — vivi_ca
Kristina Wolf Design
15 Reviews
Are the plants real or really good fakes? If fake, where can I get them?
This planter is a custom made redwood box with a solid bottom. We didn't like the look of ceramic pots for this room either- but the tree is actually planted in a large ceramic pot (with drainage) inside. The redwood box just hides it and creates more of a statement. You could also get a false top over the
Fill high ceiling w tall plants
The plants and boxes, would look great in a corner of our living room
1. Strategically place tall potted plants. Fill vertical height in rooms with tall ceilings or fill bare, lonely corners with potted trees. As long as your space gets enough light to support the plant's needs (check with your garden store for instructions and recommendations), you really can't go wrong
“Big plants” — nateandcole
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
how long does it take to water all of those plants?
I can't believe people don't water plants and then wonder why they died!
For an inexpensive solution, I planted thyme between painted concrete stepping stones.
Perhaps you could plant moss in between the rocks.
Love the cohesive chaos. They have a lot of tropical/annual plants. I would have to be more selective, so as not to have
cottage garden path. Adapt plants to seaside style
PRO Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes There are over 75 different varieties of plants.....list too long but here's a quick overview: Phlox paniculata:
s (Tecoma stans) and autumn sage (Salvia gregii). Planting perennials in the fall gives them the cooler months to establish deep, healthy roots, so your spring growth will be much larger and robust.
“Stone” — rachelprobertson
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