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Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
English Tudor Estate & Garden
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The trees against the fence are 'High Rise' Live Oaks. The 'Cathedral' Live oak or Savannah Holly trees could also be used to provide evergreen screening in a tight space. Thanks.
screen planting
“under roof parking, not closed garage” — meerkatboss
Hanabie Design
4 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining - Poolside
Ideabooks1,537
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What kind of plants are those?
I also live in the Bay Area and I love the idea of modern floor vase w the tall straight plants for height. Looks very clean. Are they easy to maintain?
Equisetum hyemale or horsetail are early to grow in containers but they need regular to ample water and do best in full sun. The plant will fill the entire container within 1-2years.
love the Horsetail plant in pots
“Square pots for horsetail” — Sarah Lee
Deborah Silver and Co Inc
1 Review
Lakefront Landscape
Ideabooks899
Questions0
Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter box provides screening from an adjacent home. Deborah Silver
Privacy screens. Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter provide screening from an adjacent home
privacy screen planted in raised planter
espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter
espeliered plants in raised planter boxes used as a screen or a wall
3. Privacy screens. Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter provide screening from an adjacent home here. Grown as a tiered set of horizontal
Privacy treatment for side of house
3. Privacy screens. Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter provide screening from an adjacent home here
3. Privacy screens. Espaliered katsuras planted in a raised planter provide screening from an adjacent home here. Grown as a tiered set of horizontal cordons, this is one of the easiest of the formal espalier patterns to create.
“Living wall property line” — hollykoch
Seattle Area Doors - Best of Houzz Award Winner
Custom made in the U.S., LaCantina Doors dramatically expands interiors, filling them with natural light and open air, completely transforming space and enhancing lifestyle.
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ecodesign Pty Ltd
Bali Style Retreat
Ideabooks12,700
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the indoor living areas and invite you out onto the hardwood decking with linear pond with fountain bubblers. Privacy created with tiger grass and stylised bamboo laser cut steel panel screens timber battens are also used.
This is a lazer cut steel screen with a bamboo motif, sourced from Aludean.
Mother-in-law tongue with the screen and taller bamboo
love the privacy screen, looks like bamboo
Mother-in-Law tongues Plants - suitable for West Coast BC?
steel screen surrounded by tiger grass and mother-in-law’s tongue provide plenty of privacy in this indoor-outdoor zone. With hardwood timber flooring that continues from inside, the spacious sitting room boasts an outdoor fireplace, making it a blissful place to lounge around.
“Wood screen” — swschram
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Buena Vista Residence
Ideabooks1,773
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Can you provide info on the opaque/etched windows? Seems like a nice way to let in light and also obsure a view/provide privacy. Was that the goal with this kitchen?
lots of options in decorative film and unlimited possibilities with custom printed films. Www.solyxfilms.com has a great assortment of decorative and privacy films of a much higher quality than the home stores. You can always contact a local window film professional for advice and options.
Frosted windows and bamboo for privacy
Frosted glass screen letting in light and use of plants
interesting use of privacy film/ use for kitchen door?
For 316 solomon - window film and arbor/plants for privacy in front yard.
designer applied frosted window film inside and placed a living privacy screen just outside this room. The treatment gives the view depth and dimension even though we have no idea what lies 5 feet beyond the window.
“window” — susanbolick
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
21 Reviews
Chelsea Roof Deck: Ipe Planter Boxes, Bamboo, Privacy Screen, Container Plant
Ideabooks55
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Chelsea Roof Deck: Ipe Planter Boxes, Bamboo, Privacy Screen, Container Plant
30-year life expectancy. We used very thin wood planks on the planter facades for a very contemporary effect. We also planted bamboo on one side to provide some much needed privacy from a neighboring terrace. Read more about this garden on my blog, www.amberfreda.com.
“Planter box” — Dirk Blum
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Twin Peaks Texture
Ideabooks2,699
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Textural plantings, vivid color and strong clean lines makes for an engaging space
Please share the name of all the plants here, including the orange tall ones in the back, grass on the side and compact short green shrubs in front. Beautiful- Thanks!
Thanks so much for sharing the names of the plants; they look great together!
Great combo of plants (see names in comments)
bright green plants are Euphorbia martinii
Orange plants and the ones in front Anigozanthos hybrid "Bush Dawn",
nice plant palette and glass background screen
Perennials can be a popular choice for a low edging plant. Their fresh seasonal foliage and flowers overcome the landscape situation of many species' dying back over winter.This Euphorbia martini, with its acid-green flowers, creates not only an informal edging but also a great knee-high barrier to deter
“Textual plantings, colour, strong lines” — alanengad
MICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
Sonoma Barn - Front Door
Ideabooks1,322
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This galvanized mesh screen is closer to a good material…
Create a living screen using trellis and vine
ivy-clad grid trellis--great for privacy screen
Arbors of welded wire on side porches for privacy & shade
we need something around the perimeter and the notion of a chain link fence with a climbing plant that will provide total security and be pretty to look at is what we need
which makes an excellent background for paler plants, but its vinelike leaves give a dazzling autumn display of red and crimson.
for climbing plants, softening the whole building.
Boston Ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata), another vigorous climber, is a perfect quick cover on a structure using a self-clinging climber. It is shown here in its green summer clothing, which makes an excellent background for paler plants, but its vinelike
“Use a screen with Boston ivy for a natural fence” — Amy Adams
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