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dabah landscape designs
3 Reviews
Japanese style landscaping
Ideabooks11,916
Questions5
Is there a list of plants found in this picture? Love the evergreens!
Beautiful , could you provide a list or partial list of the plants used ?
I'm not really sure which plant you are trying to identify, but these are all evergreens.
Big rocks next to path and landscape plants with all the evergreens.
“The wood steps and lime stone walk” — Emmy Beatty
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Portfolio
Ideabooks8,472
Questions3
The tree on the right is a Shoestring Acacia (Acacia stenophylla). The past couple of harsh winters have damaged some Shoestring Acacias that we've planted at other projects, but this one has held up pretty well. Attached is another photo of this same tree.
Great tall tree: Shoestring Acacia; like shorter plantings
Serenity in the plants lightness and the big size of "plattorna".
large concrete stepping stone in gravel with plantings
“Large pavers/slabs instead of a poured walkway” — Matthew Brugman
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Cottage on the Hill
Ideabooks17,020
Questions10
Could you please tell me what plants are in the pots? They are lovely. Thank you!
Entrance - urns w/topiary type plants
Just found these urn style pot plant holders this week. Got the last two of them. Pauline
like the plant by the back door.
Plants in Pots...Love the plants...
“House colour” — andread11
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks7,930
Questions10
Use trel­lises for climb­ing plants. Climb­ing plants like sweet potato vines, clema­tis, morn­ing glo­ries, hon­ey­suckle, moon­flow­ers, hon­ey­suckle, climb­ing nas­tur­tiums and Vir­ginia creeper can be planted ei­ther in the ground or in con­tain­ers and trained to grow
Use trellises for climbing plants. Climbing plants like sweet potato vines, clematis, morning glories, honeysuckle, moonflowers, honeysuckle, climbing nasturtiums and Virginia creeper can be planted either in the ground or in containers and trained to grow up a trellis
Large square pots and trellis to hold climber plants and vines
Use trellises for climbing plants. Climbing plants like sweet potato vines, clematis, morning glories, honeysuckle, moonflowers, honeysuckle, climbing nasturtiums and Virginia creeper can be planted either in the ground or in containers and trained to grow up a trellis
“花園” — silencejingmi
Michelle
Our 1954 Mid Century Ranch Home, Napa, CA
Ideabooks2,833
Questions5
Hi. What is the name of the plants? Thanks
Could you tell us what type of plants/grass is planted in the picture?
Going gutter free. Midcentury modern homes are usually defined by the lines of their roofs and beams, making gutters unwelcome details. Rain chains (preferably connected to dry wells or planting areas to keep
Like the paint colors and lead-in to the door with the concrete pavers. Interesting plant idea to the right.
homes are usually defined by the lines of their roofs and beams, making gutters unwelcome details. Rain chains (preferably connected to dry wells or planting areas to keep water onsite) can be a handsome way to direct rainwater.
“exterior” — janaboot
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Ideabooks3,247
Questions3
this is the concept im going for...use of plants in a larger groupings for larger space landscaping
varity of red, yellow and gold colors, plants low to ground along path
Plantes naturel et sentier.
Pathway-planting areas in
Natural planting and defined spaces
Groupings of plants...Native plantings....landscape plants...Red/yellow plants
“Fall landscape is colorful.” — Lila Page
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Southern patio and stone walk
Ideabooks6,487
Questions1
View to the southern courtyard. Planted berms and pathways separate the patios from the surrounding farmlands and are sheltered by an existing Stewartia pseudocamellia. Photos by Ian Gleadle
What plant did you put on your mossy mounds?
love how natural this looks. combination of ground cover and plants surrounding the patio is timeless.
random shaped stone slabs with plants -- no lawn
“Patio” — crenwick46
SHKS Architects
3 Reviews
Mid-century Re-modern
Ideabooks12,569
Questions5
A new entry path and garden, planned and planted by the owners, enhances the sidewalk and provides a degree of privacy. Photo credit: Dale Lang
like the front to be layers of concrete segreated to a modern look and various plants
that the size and height of the retaining walls are in balance with the house and garden, it is equally important that the plantings don't overpower the hardscape.The precise plantings in this terraced front garden link all the beds of differing height and size because they have the same color and tone.
beds of differing heights are reinforced by the width of the retaining walls. All is softened, though, by the beautifully executed and understated plantings.
“concrete planters” — abbykara
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