1,397 to plant wildflower seed Home Design Photos

Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
32 Reviews
Barn Renovation - living room
Firebucket full of flower or plant rustic red
“Bois, fenêtres, table rosée, fleur dans seau” — Julie Moïse
Gordon + Greineder
3 Reviews
Woodside Residence
inviting. The living space is visually expanded by showcasing a yellow flowery planting at the end of the framed vista.
Dark wood and yellow, wildflowers
“Lights” — katpaone
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
26 Reviews
Tuscan Farm
Set in a wildflower-filled mountain meadow, this Tuscan-inspired home is given a few design twists, incorporating the local mountain home flavor with modern
No landscaping plant materials. I want only stone & river rock.
“Slate and metal roof?????? Could be nice” — salaini2
Town and Country Conservatories
Conservatory with a natural finish
Gorgeous plants and building with the metal roof
english wildflower garden
“Glassed in deck room” — stephanierobinson
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
are classic, but if you're short on space, a rustic planter filled with wildflowers will set the tone.
only a tiny stoop, make it say "welcome home" with a clean doormat, potted plants in bloom and — if you have room — one or two pieces of neat porch furniture
“Porch” — pernillebyriel
Keycon, Inc
1 Review
Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
exterior houses numbers, garage doors, yard with wildflowers
I like these plants and the trees look like the shed like mine.
“quick fix to bad neighbors” — Fat Tiger Inverstments
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Remodeled front entry
Beds in front of house for planting. Also column window!
dramatic improvement in curb appeal if you don't have time to start from seed.
raise and then extend a plant bed.....retaining wall with plants!...potted plants on steps
“red door” — zzandzz
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz, Milieu Design
what type of plant make up the tall rows ?
maintenance but will grass grow my side yard? It would need to be a special shade seed.
Plants make wall...Privacy plants
“grass for privay” — Lauren Elgee March
natural backyard
I want to turn my backyard into a more natural space -- as little grass as possible, large dog-friendly, water feature
Did you planted the ground cover from seed in fertile mulch?
If not, how many 4" plant you need for this work? I live close to puget sound area, where can I possible get that many thymus serphyllum plant?
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