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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
6 Reviews
Fountain Rill
Ideabooks5,442
Questions2
What are these fabulous spidery plants and what zone?
Hi Dignam, The plant in the foreground is indeed Cyperus papyrus. It is an elegant, clump-forming
Filter down idea. Plants above in filter material replaced periodically.
Front furry plants...Container and plants...water plant...Cement walls with plants...inside plants...mass plantings
“idea de fuente” — reginagtz89
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks4,366
Questions5
Look of a tight outdoor dining area beside plants already
Matching colour and element between the furniture and the plant. Small space creates a sense of intimacy
already. Must have mature and tall plants to achieve feel of outdoor
many lovely evenings have taken place here. You're enclosed by a densely planted border, which creates a sensory experience of scents and sounds. Candles
the plants have all grown up...how the plants are all over the place
“Table” — bootcp2
SHKS Architects
3 Reviews
Mid-century Re-modern
Ideabooks13,374
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
Street. as we want to soften the view to/of the house we want to use taller planting (frangipanis) in these beds with low to mid ground cover underneath. the
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
All is softened, though, by the beautifully executed and understated plantings.
“Aménagement paysagé qui donne de l'ampleur a la façade” — danielledi
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Island Modern
Ideabooks5,003
Questions4
Love this! Lush plantings coupled with a contemporary design make this space
Water and ability to sit by it. And put feet in Also colors of plants. And wall
Create places for plantsFor plant lovers water provides superb opportunities for introducing marginal
this garden. As no chemicals can be used in pools and ponds containing plants or fish, to keep the water clear and healthy it’s important to get balance
concrete steps and plants in pond
“Love it!” — myquando
Darwin Webb Landscape Architects, P.S.
Lake Washington Residence
Ideabooks2,419
Questions2
boulders, the gravel pathway, low maintenance landscaping plants/shrubs
Rocks and wild plants...The plants...Nice plantings....plant fillers replacing mulch
“Landscaping ideas” — raeday55
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Living Green Roof with Solar Panels
Ideabooks1,877
Questions2
the low water usage plants and the texture
Complement with wilder plantings. Not all landscapes
advent of prairie-style plantings and perennial meadows has given us the opportunity to create reasonably low-maintenance planting schemes that complement
wilder plantings. Not all landscapes for modern houses have to be composed of large amounts of hardscape. The advent of prairie-style plantings and perennial
low-maintenance planting schemes that complement modern architecture. Here we see a green roof that has a wonderful mixture of plants yet blends seamlessly
it at eye level. The hybrid system by LiveRoof uses trays with soil and plants placed side-by-side to give the impression of a seamless extensive green
“solar panels” — honeybee1309
Traditional Entry
Ideabooks6,063
Questions6
What are the potted plants on each side of the door! And can they tolerate afternoon direct sun? Thank you, Jonlei
Potted plants in photo...potted plants...plants flanking door...entryway plants...I like the plants...Pot plantings...Plants anchoring door....Plants furniture...urns w/ plants, lanterns
“Bushy planters at front door with seating to make it inviting” — Thelma Jarvis Royal LePage Lakes of Muskoka
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks5,421
Questions4
@barnhartgallery....Today in my nurseries plant travels I found the cultivar that you call "Mr. Bowling Ball"! It's not a
This is an evergreen plant that has very glossy deep green leaves year-round. When to plant: Ideally in the fall, but you can plant it in mid to late spring
Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens) USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: This plant is quite drought
get to about 10 feet high and 10 feet wide, but it is a very slow-growing plant. Benefits and tolerances: Boxwood is somewhat drought tolerant and should
great lesson on how to restrict planting to one color to unify a small space.
Topiary is the art of shaping plants into recognizable forms by pruning
spere shapped plants for front of house
“small trees” — 0726444888
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