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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks2,757
Questions3
the upper and lower portions of this contemporary” “landscape. The runnels also help retain storm water and move it through the property.Together, plants (golden bamboo) and materials (poured concrete and stone) make a visual connection between the levels. A staircase physically links the two spaces
Amazing integration if channeled fountains into the terraced planted gardens! I love this clean design!
connect the upper and lower portions of this contemporary landscape. The runnels also help retain storm water and move it through the property.Together, plants (golden bamboo) and materials (poured concrete and stone) make a visual connection between the levels. A staircase physically links the two spaces
“drainage” — coldbrookbarbara
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Reynlds-Sebastiani Design Services
1 Review
Hartford
Ideabooks893
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Love the live plant wall
Plant hangers are cool...
Wall plants...Plants and cushions...Plant wall...Hanging plants...Plante sur mur...plant wall boxes
“Space” — glomn
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks3,423
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give privacy and we could plant trees, etc.
You could use this concept to create walkways that are clear and make the landscape look more "managed." This would cut down on the number of plants and water required to give you a desert look along a variety of desert plantings. Some could be herbs for
Like the layout to have walking paths around planting areas, but the planting areas could be for gardening.
planting area behind wall on right
The rock walls - can i have one for planting veggies?
“Fence” — captbob69
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Cliff May Home Leads the Way in Long Beach
Ideabooks2,170
Questions6
What type of plant is in picture?
LOVE THE PLANT IDEA FOR THE LIVING ROOM
Love the plant stand!
plant stand...indoor potted plant
“Sillón blanco en Vikara” — daimagen
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks1,827
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Dense planting sidwalk going out to the other side of the house.
i think the random plants look really good
Stone work and plantings
Love plantings around the bldg.
tall plantings
“Love this brick” — mdudding
Hawks Landscape Inc.
1 Review
Menomonee River Parkway Oasis
Ideabooks841
Questions2
IF YOU LOOK AROUND THERE ARE DIFFERENT ROCK DESIGNS ALL OVER. BUT THERE IS TOO MANY PLANTS THAT WON'T LAST THE FIRST SNOW 26 DEGREES.
bed nice, plantings not so much
Great layout - check next photo for initial planting plan
plants with dry river
Dryland plants...mixed plants
“Waterfall idea” — layarn
Welch Forsman Associates
1 Review
Sixties Spiffed
Ideabooks687
Questions2
What is the plant growing on wall?
I appreciate the variety of plants, especially the espalier. What are the other complimentary plants in the bed? I am having difficulty seeing them. Thanks!
LIke the plants trained up the wall
I like that climbing plant along the side of the building
I simply adore this... the mix of color in the brick, the plant as a design element, and of course the windows... perfectly packaged.
Fabulous planting against the wall - suitable for garage wall?
“brick landscaping” — daistar
Victor Myers Custom Homes & Real Estate
5 Reviews
Dartmouth Remodel
Ideabooks1,448
Questions2
The small garden edging around the path that grows to the larger plants at the back of the garden
Plants curve and rocks
Plants along driveway
Plants, rocks, pathway
Path and plantings...Use of plants
“Path and plantings” — weezamama
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