4,464 shrubs for dry shade Home Design Photos

Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
View of house from beach
Ideabooks2,315
Questions1
green & yellowish shrubs. Would look great with a maple tree also in the roundabout
Thyme. Fragrant ground cover that works in sunny dry spots. Perfect for the hill in our backyard.
Thyme is a fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Use this vibrant hue to brighten the pathway and
Original photo for dry river bed inspiration
Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) Thyme is a fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Use this vibrant hue to brighten the pathway and guide you as
“Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) Thyme is a fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Where it will grow: Hardy to
fragrant ground cover that works well in sunny, dry spots. Use this vibrant hue to brighten the pathway and guide you as you stroll through the garden. Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 4 to 8) Water requirement: Medium to dry, well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sun Mature
“pathway flowers” — zaphire970
Creative Atmospheres, Inc.
8 Reviews
Brennan Residence
Ideabooks6,545
Questions3
dry creek bed maybe under the downspout
Do not like dry creek bed look
Tree shading covering
dry creek idea for backyard
dry creek bed...Dry riverbed...Dry stream...Dry river bed...Dry river bed....Dry creek...Love the dry stream...dry riverbed
“river rock through garden” — kellybreanne
Liquidscapes
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks24,072
Questions10
What is the border shrub, privet?? Boxwood??
Is the japanese grass complete shade tolerant. Thank you
to be considered together. Here the designer has added soft apricot daylilies (Hemerocallis hybrids) to the sunnier side, echoing the colors of the shade-loving grasses and hostas. Butter-yellow roses, such as 'Graham Thomas', would also have been pretty. Or perhaps a sweep of 'Mellow Yellow' spirea (Spiraea
“Small yard space” — westbury1
Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks8,034
Questions4
Great variety of texture and shades of green
Shades of green and grey only in garden bed plus mass plantings - stairs to area and then slope of garden utilised
then it can be left to fend for itself.Try to do your planting between late autumn and early spring when the ground is likely to be moister.Trees for dry conditions, once established, include alder, banksia (pictured above), birch, Cabbage trees (Cordyline), eucalypts, Bead tree (Melia azedarach), many
surrounded by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor furniture like the Orbit by Dedon. This round lounge even has a canopy you can pull up to provide shade and privacy.
levels, surrounded by lush plantings and comfortable outdoor furniture. This round Dedon Orbit lounge even has a canopy you can pull up to provide shade and privacy.
“Planta” — MIKARRASCO
Smalls Landscaping
15 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
Ideabooks13,888
Questions4
Due to some remodeling I was going to move it to a shadier spot. Looking this picture, it appears your rhododendron is in the shade? I didn't know they grew in the shade? Let me know. Thanks.
yes, they actually prefer some shade
Thanks, Ginkgo Leaf Studio. I'm a tree lover myself, having been a tree and shrub expert at the largest garden center in
For back of property shade plants
cool idea around big trees. what can grow in the shade?
“this is what the hill should look like!!” — mkmhing
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Ridge Farm
Ideabooks6,836
Questions5
replace our shrubs with this look!
i like how the grass leads into the groundcovering shrubs
nice shrubs
“Bed ideas” — herbisorbis
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Piedmont
Ideabooks9,795
Questions4
What are the trees and shrubs used in this application? I am looking for something that will not out grow the space.
Full Sun To Partial Shade
balance of shrubs and trees
Fruit trees w short shrubs
Trees and shrubs...trees & shrubs
“Trees by fence” — Lenore Townsend
Winn Design & Remodeling
7 Reviews
Oakton Curb-Appeal
Ideabooks17,962
Questions19
what types of shrubs and trees did they use in this landscape?
The lawn looks great. What kind of grass is this and what kind of shrubs did you use?
I LIKE THE STONE WALL. I ALSO LIKE THE SHRUBS WITH NO FLOWERS MAKE IT A LITTLE BIT LOWER MAINTENANCE YARD.
really like this curved bed with the low stone wall around the bed. The boxwood shrubs are pretty rounding the curve, and I love the placement of the small flowering tree--a crepe myrtle? However, I'd need something smaller, say a hydrangea trained to a tree. THIS is what I need to do!
The simple geometric lines of these shrubs and trees complement the architecture of this home rather than compete with it. A palette in shades of green is always soothing and restful.
“Bushes around the corner of the house.” — JJ Steadman
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