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Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
Ideabooks11,880
Questions1
Hi Jeffrey, can I know the plants here ?Thx
Hi Jeffrey, it looks like there is one more plant with small dark green leaves, what is it please? also is that Achemilla mollis too? Thanks
i like the idea of these simple plants and the pots
my veggie patch, boxes and pots.
garden spaces, ruralist planting ideas can be applied. In this small yard, every available space, raised bed and container has been closely planted with a wide mixture of species. Ruralist planting, even on this scale, can provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants used as well as by the
“For my veggie patch, boxes and pots.” — bolide
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The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Design Build: Tuscan Residence at The Bridges of RSF
Ideabooks3,040
Questions2
I've been searching for a weeping plant like those in the canisters. Can you tell me name of these or something similar that would survive in the sunny side of west Alabama?
What is the name of the plant that looks like a big green flower ?
what is the tall varigated plant behind the trailing plants
As far as succulents, I was going to suggest a donkeys/burros tail as well; I have some in a hanging pot that look sort of like that. They're sedum, and there
sedum you could probably find something that fits what you have in mind. Mine don't do well in direct sunlight, they preferfiltered sunlight. Another plant that might do well is creeping Jenny (not a succulent; a flowering evergreen perennial). I'm in New Orleans, pretty much the same climate- when mine
“Potted plants” — lbmorrison11
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
East Hampton
Ideabooks4,166
Questions6
What type of plants are in those pots?
Where can I purchase the large pots?
Where can I purchase the large pots in the photo or something similar?
where can I purchase these pots & Plants - what kind of plant is it?
12. Pot a pair of trees. Want to add major drama? Pot two trees in oversize pots and use them to flank a
potted banana trees for patio and front porch
Bring it home: Try palms in large pots for the same symmetrical framing effect.
12. Pot a pair of trees. Want to add major drama? Pot two trees in oversize pots and use them to flank a door or gate. Check with your local nursery to find out which varieties do well in your area.
“Banana Palm x 1” — grafixmatt
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks2,459
Questions3
Like citrus trees in potted plants
use potted plants to create different spaces
citrus & herbs in pots along entrance
citrus (anything off limits by HOA put in pots?)
Distinguish your collection of terra-cotta by going large in scale. Oversize pots can house trees and shrubs and make a grand visual statement.
Earthy colors on the walls and beneath your feet create a Tuscan base, while potted plants, particularly citrus trees and herbs, create an edible container garden
These large oversized pots full of shrubs, herbs, and trees make you feel like they were pulled from the orangery or that you are approaching a Tuscan villa.
In a pot. Potted herbs and citrus trees provide a fragrant welcome to guests when placed around the front door.
“Cor” — pedrogarcialopes
Mediterranean Landscape
Ideabooks7,599
Questions0
Planters set up ideas with cactus type plants
clay pots. Might be nice for the Linnea
the plant arrangement... ordinary plants transformed into extraodinary arrangement
Good hot weather plants
planting ideas for heat
Plant porch...Pots pots pots...Pot plant grouping...Potted plants...Plantas en pots...Small garden pots...Layered pots...Cacti pots...plants pots...Plant ideas...porch pots...Greens & pots...Grouping of plants...Pots, succulents...Pot grouping...clay pots...potted plants
“the plant arrangement... ordinary plants transformed into extraodinary arrangement” — Jaine Banal
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Central Park West Apartment
Ideabooks1,836
Questions5
What are the plants on the right, please?
The patio landscaping was done by a great landscape architect in New York City: David Vaucher. Sorry we don't have details about the plants for you.
Large plants in pots fer privacy
The pots and plants but seriously do you really need a kinds cape designer to place 4 pots ?
Love the statue in the plant
I like the big, chunky, potted shrubs! So pretty
Using evergreen plants in large planters on patio
“Large pots” — Lenore Townsend
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Bedminster NJ
Ideabooks1,718
Questions2
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
The plant colors & contrasts! Ideas for my evergreen.
Potted plants in beds. Love the landscaping.
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,
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 and bananas don’t mix?Tip: If you want to be able to move your large containers around easily, consider using lightweight pots. A PotLifter is
“Pot” — ashj07
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
A Modern Tropical Patio Garden
Ideabooks1,051
Questions1
A grouping of large pots with tropical plantings. The garden is in the False creek area of Vancouver. © 2012 Glenna Partridge. All rights reserved.
Love these potted plants. Just beautiful!!!
Is the palm tree planted in the pot or behind it? If it is in the pot could I have the size pot you used? Thank You, Marilyn
Hi Marilyn, Thank you for the compliment! Yes the palm is planted in the container. The container measures around 36" across. It has been in this container now for around 5 years and we fertilize about once every 10 days during the summer months. The container is made of a light weight fibreglass composite
composite with a copper finish. One thing you have to watch out for when you plant in a light weight container is that as the palm grows it gets a bit top heavy and can topple over in the wind. We had to dig it out and weigh down the container with bricks. I hope this helps! Glenna
“plants in background - round bushes/shrubs, layers” — amatulis
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