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Stout Design-Build
Playa Del Rey, CA Residence
Ideabooks1,914
Questions3
Drought tolerant / native plant material
Wondering what is the red plant on the left bottom corner of the picture? It looks gorgeous! Thank you!
What's the name of the plant with the pink flowers?
Color. What is this plant?
Pink flowers and spikey varigated plant
I like the red spiky plant
red leaved plant I like.
drought tolerant plant material
Love the red plants...Red bush...red cactus...Red spiky plant...Cool plant...Red spike plant...red plant...red spray plant...Drought plants...plant color combo...native plants
“Flowers” — 9575marmot
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks20,882
Questions5
the plant with red on edges of leafs what is it called
What is the name of the blue short plant on the very back?
Can you give a brief list of all the plants that were used
I like unusual plants in a Garden.
textures for impact, especially in a small space. The needle-fine blue fescue grasses look soothing as a carpet beneath bold-shaped, red-tinged Kalanchoe, also known as paddle plant. I'm not certain which cultivar the designer used, but one that's similar is the aptly named Kalanchoe thyrsiflora 'Bronze Sculpture'
“Red plants” — jastihome
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Transformation
Ideabooks6,111
Questions3
The plant that you were asking about that are behind the New Zealand Flax plants, which are actually blooming, are known as "Anigozanthos" or more commonly as "Kangaroo Paws". I saw these for the first time today at a local nursery in Ocala Florida. They come in a variety
The colour of the plant material
Big grasslike plant, is it too tropical?
Red and green, along path to
Nice Hint of Red in Plant
Red are New Zealand flax and green are kangaroo paws
path and plant agaves with stone. path side garden.
end of sun room, with red bark
Accent plants. Structure in the small garden is not just about solidity of dense evergreens, but also includes the use of striking accent plants such as Flaxes (Phormium spp).In a small garden, Phormiums can be the key ingredient of the planting. Their straplike leaves not only offer a wide variety of
“love this grass” — noramidkiff
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Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks12,689
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What is the name of that beautiful red & gree grass?
That red plant looks beautiful and it really stands out, what's it called?
Let's see if I can name the plants. A sedum, then the Japanese blood grass, a purple giant ajuga or bugle weed (which spreads easily and sometimes survives the winter even under snow)
seedpods I THINK, if it is not fescue grass, and then a nice rosemary officinalis. Low maintenance and very sturdy. Love the way all these easy-to-find plants came together in an elegant way.
Random pattern of pavers and plants
to manage plants, different shaped tile with gaps of greenery
blue is one of most striking color mates for red
Exteriorscapes llcSave to IdeabookEmail Photo A little red, such as in this Japanese blood grass (Imperata cylindrica 'Red Baron')
“Backyard” — Kristie Cannon
Jamie Van De Vanter
Redmond Residence
Ideabooks1,475
Questions3
Stunning! What is the red plant please?
The red plant is blood grass this is not a proper name but I believe it is a name you can look up to find it . It is very easy to grow and not real aggressive.
red and purple plants .... front
mass plantings of blood grass...use in the burn or front drive
spectacular grass Imperata cylindrica 'Red Baron'. Planted here in blocks, they really are breathtaking. It's not the easiest to grow, needing full sun in a moist soil. Strangely, the color starts at the tips of the shoots in spring and gradually suffuses through the plant. It is worth remembering that leaves
“Chimney” — angelbostick
Monrovia
Blue Star Juniper, Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'
Ideabooks334
Questions0
Wynja Attractive sparkling blue foliage on dense spreading branches. Creates a colorful contrast to purple and green foliage plants. Use as a rock garden or low border plant. Evergreen.
'Blue Star' juniper, shown, looks like a bonsai as it forms a mound; the bluish foliage particularly complements purplish or red plants. It makes a fine ground cover or accent plant, and looks great in a natural setting with rocks. Common name: 'Blue Star' juniper Botanical name: Juniperus squamata 'Blue
'Blue Star' juniper, shown, looks like a bonsai as it forms a mound; the bluish foliage particularly complements purplish or red plants. It makes a fine ground cover or accent plant, and looks great in a natural setting with rocks.
“blue star juniper” — otis777boyd
Jeffrey Rule, Inc.
2 Reviews
Santa Luz California Ranch
Ideabooks1,369
Questions2
What are the plants that are seen in this garden? We are relocating to the SW and want to landscape with some
What are the plants that are seen in this garden? We are relocating to the SW and want to landscape with some good colors.
Plants are Bogainvillea 'La Jolla', Salvia leucantha, Strelitzia reginae, Anigiozanthus flavidus, Pennisetum messiacum, Helichrysum petiiolare, Lantana sellowiana, Hemerocallis hybrid, Phormium tenax 'Yellow Wave', Agapanthus
sense of mystery to the front door; plants by sidewalk, lawn back a ways
tall, slender, red flowering plants in center, at walkway turn
don't like the tall and stringy type plants
Plants are Bogainvillea 'La Jolla', Salvia leucantha, Strelitzia reginae
“Report Jeffrey Rule, Inc. Plants are Bogainvillea 'La Jolla', Salvia leucantha, Strelitzia reginae,” — brobeck1
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks4,701
Questions1
This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
what are these type of plants
Yes my mistake, the red plant in the front is Japanese Blood Grass. It can be invasive so use it carefully.
use block planting for clean lines on sloped yards to emphasize a plant, or focus on color or foliage.
Planting on slope with a wall at top of slope.
Nice use of plants around rocks.
Creativity is in order in planting a garden on a slope. If your garden is contemporary, with clean lines, a block planting of a single species or
edging plant. It keeps a uniform size and shape, reaching about 18 inches tall.
Color. This abundant border is defined by colorful plants, from the Japanese blood grass in the foreground to the rhubarb-red Sedum 'Autumn Joy' in the back of the border. This palette enlivens nearby plants and demands
“rock and color” — Nadine Peterson
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