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Helet van Blerk
15 Reviews
Midlands Estate, Centurion
Ideabooks2,054
Questions1
planting between pavers
Lush plants and nice path
stepping stones and plants
Lots of shade loving plants...
Outside, patio ideas, plants
Stones and plants...Plant array...stepper planting
“Fun round stones” — mfraher
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Sarah Barnard Design
15 Reviews
Contemporary Patio
Ideabooks545
Questions0
Outdoor, matching colours of chair and lounge sofa, plants, concrete, wooden framed doors
Planting notes. Give Kalanchoe luciae at least five hours of daily sun, preferably in the morning. In hottest climates, plant it in partial shade. Like most succulents, it is sensitive to soil moisture, so avoid overwatering by simply checking the soil for moisture. Good drainage and air circulation
“doors” — lbdewhirst
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks11,807
Questions4
I like this layout for the border between the veggie garden and the pool. Would plant the citrus trees in the ground and do large pots between. Could do salvia instead of rosemary - marigolds or other flower instead of boxwood?
Big container trees with filler plants
reflect the tiles edging the paving. Finding an appropriate container and the right plants for the space is vital.It can be tempting to fill spaces with many small planters and pots, filled with many different plants, but this can overwhelm a space.
“Blending the garden with the pots” — Maleny Gardens
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Asian Contemporary
Ideabooks833
Questions0
the rock with the plants keeps things clean from dogs
rocks and plants for park strip
plants for privacy - grasses and rocks for planter
Stones over the top soil in plant beds
like the use of like plantings/looks great with the smooth stone as milch
OLDER HOUSE WITH PAINT MODERN PLANTING STYLE LOOKS GREAT.
“Rocks in flower beds” — vikki
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Casual Elegance in Westchester County, NY
Ideabooks1,216
Questions0
steps. And planting s, too.
side yard, for plant idea...but keeping the shells....
the repitition of planting materials is very nice in this garden
Mixed hillside planting.
Path w/lots of plantings
heights of plants along steps
The plantings...Blue plants grasses...Choice of plants...container plants...perennial plants
“Brick steps” — bonus
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Belvedere Lagoon
Ideabooks3,953
Questions3
Ferns, cast iron plants??, petunias ? Like the combination for driveway
very nice grey grid with plants climbing it, not sure if that is wood or metal
Wall with plants along inside
JASMIN PLANT
“Arbor along back of house” — monbock
McGuire Furniture Company
The Barbara Barry Outdoor Collection
Ideabooks535
Questions0
Advantages of organic mulches: •Highly permeable, allowing air and moisture to reach the plants' root zone. As they decompose, they contribute nutrients to both soil organisms and plants. Organic mulch won't hold or radiate heat, making
Advantages of organic mulches: •Highly permeable, allowing air and moisture to reach the plants' root zone. As they decompose, they contribute nutrients to both soil organisms and plants. Organic mulch won't hold or radiate heat
seashells. Advantages of organic mulches: Highly permeable, allowing air and moisture to reach the plants' root zone. As they decompose, they contribute nutrients to both soil organisms and plants. Organic mulch won't hold or radiate heat, making it a good choice for urban areas. Most are lightweight
“mulch area under tree” — Kim Talbert
Blackbird Interiors
San Andreas
Ideabooks6,909
Questions3
Beautiful! What kind of plants are next to the pool? Thanks!
tropical plants...Planting low...Banana leaf plant...Small plant space
“House does not have to be a squared off box.” — pjmcn
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