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36,184 small potted plant Home Design Photos
Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
Rue Group, Inc.
courtyard garden is just a step outside the Master Bedroom where the sounds of the central water fountain can be heard throughout the house and lush plantings, cobblestone paving and low iron rail accents transport you to New Orleans. The front yard and stone entry now truly reflect this home’s incredible
Beautiful! What are the small white flowers bordering the walkway?
Thank you for your interest in one of our design projects! The plant you are interested in is White Alyssum which is a perennial that in some areas that are colder than Southern California are treated as an annual. Have fun in the garden!
This can be avoided by trimming the fruit out of the tree before it fully forms or ripens. This tree is evergreen and is a wonderful shade tree for small or large gardens if pruned accordingly. I have never seen any type of thorns on this tree. Perhaps another tree such as a Coral Tree (Erythrina) is
Twist Interior Design
Where would I be able to purchase the small rattan pub table and matching chairs?
Love the sunlight and the plants indoors
plants in the room....
small table and chairs
the flooring and plants
Plant groupings...plant combos...plants and decor
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Small area to develop like this
large rocks, small stones, moss-covered rocks
beautiful use of textures, gravel , different scale of stones and planting
Incorporates large rocks with plants draping over them
Rocks in dg in lieu of plants
Plants go with camellias.
larger stepping stones, plants
Plant material...mix of plants...plants with rock...Gavel and plantings...Nice plantings
Cathy Carr, APLD
Gazing Ball and Quartz Boulder share pride of place
Stone, wood, plants. DESIGN: Cathy Carr, APLD Photo and installation by Garden Gate Landscaping, Inc.
Patio on east side of seaside like the rock and plantings to separate space
Like how this boulder is integrated into plantings
intimacy in small space
Plants around the rocks
rocks -plants- natural
gazing ball, plantings
Planting around the rock
rocks and plants...plants for shade...Plant ideas...rock and plants
Guy Ayers, Architect
Quince Reverse Shed Eichler
ing the typical Eichler indoor-outdoor ceiling and floor planes. The existing bedroom wing has been re-configured on the interior, changing three small bedrooms into two larger ones, and adding a guest suite in part of the original garage. A previous den addition provided the perfect spot for a large
What kind of plants are these?
Pebbles in seams blend with top coat in planting beds
overhang, room for plants in patio
Side Yard Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
anyone happen to know what the plants are on the ground between the rocks with the blueish.green cast
does anyone happen to know what the plants are that she planted along the small rocks on the ground? They have a blueish/green cast to them. Is it an herb?
to go over the iron gate leading into the space. I live in Northern CA, specifically Rocklin. The space gets afternoon sun. What type of climbing plant/flower would you recommend? Would wisteria work? I am partial to purples, pinks and whites. Thanks!
near the paving stones (little pom poms of blue) is what I'm identifying. The larger plants are indeed lavender but the cultivar 'Hidcote' is quite small. I think the lavender might be a larger variety. There are so many types of lavender and I really need to see the flower closer up to help with the i
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
East Village Studio
can you tell me the name of the plant in the pic please?
The plant is right at home in this well-designed and compact studio apartment. Its selection says that this houseplant is low maintenance, doesn't make a mess and has proportions that work in a small space, where visual flow is important.Seeing this plant here also reminds me of its
Get a houseplantNever underestimate the power of plants to make a room feel homely. Cacti are the classic low-maintenance choice, or try a butterfly palm or ficus for a big burst of greenery.
than you realise. If you have the height, think about building a mezzanine to create a sleeping area. The space underneath is then free for storage, a small bathroom, or even a cosy snug. Here, the steps up also contain drawers, making the most of every single inch.