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Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
What plants make up this beautiful planted pot?
spikes with coleus and trailing plants
'Sedona', The spiky plant in the middle is a burgundy coloured Dracena (Cordyline australis), bronze leaf begonia at the front, Taller burgundy leaved plant behind orange” “The trailing plant is Helianthemum 'Cheviot' (perennial)”
The trailing plant is Helianthemum 'Cheviot'
Good mix of plants, color, type. Great container mix!
love the colors water saving plant
The mixture of varying textured plants in the terra-cotta pot.
“花草搭配” — tianwenyue
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Borrow Garden Ideas From Springtime in Paris
Charlotte Albers © 2013 Houzz. Curving paths, stone slabs, rock walls, and fragrant Mediterranean plants in the Alpine Garden of the Jardin des Plantes, Paris.
What is the name of the purple plant?
Thanks for the photo and plant ID - you might be right. Aubretia is of European origin and the species is found growing in rocky outcroppings where soil is poor. Hardy to USDA Zone 5-7. Definitely a great perennial for a stone wall or rock garden.
some of my favorite trailing alpines.
Alpine gardens are often composed of a mix of true alpine plants and plants that benefit from the same growing conditions. There are a vast array of plant choices, including
Alpine gardens are often composed of a mix of true alpine plants and plants that benefit from the
“plants dripping over” — scotfree63
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
What is the name of the plant that looks like a string of beads?
mixed terra cotta containers, unusual trailing plant
Plant. Ja­son Lee De­sign Stu­dio, Inc. Senecio rowleyanus, commonly called
I love this plant need to find out what kind.
Love the trailing plants, and the old baker's stand. I can do this at
I would like to have this plant in my office space.
anchors a ‘hanging’ garden decorated with a selection of trailing plants. Try ivy or string of pearls, and choose pots in similar materials for a cohesive effect.
CuriositéUtilisez un vieux buffet en fer forgé pour exposer et ranger vos plantes ainsi que vos outils de jardinier, un peu comme dans un
String of PearlsThe plant commonly called String of Pearls truthfully looks more like a string of peas. It has small spherical leaves about ¼ inch in diameter, "strung" on thin stems like beads, resulting in a truly unique specimen. String of Pearls prefers two to three hours of direct sunlight per day
“String of pearls plant” — Serena Hartwell
Pot Incorporated
Container Gardening Magazine, 2012 Edition
What is the trailing plants in these containers, and are they suitable for shade? Thank you.
Beautiful! What is the name of the tall plants in the window box?
The shorter one with the small white flowers is Bacopa 'Snowstorm.' The longer trailing stuff is Variegated ground ivy, Glechoma hederacea 'Variegata.' And yes, this is on the north side of a house. Sun in the morning, but that's it...
Spilling plant from planters. Keep this idea in mind using creeping jenny
Big wooden boxes would look softer with trailing greenery
Like the feathery plant in the container
“I Love the textures used with the plants” — Pearson & Company
Travis Knoop Photography
121 Highland Ave
Hello, is this handrail wide enough to sit on or put a potted plant on?
hanging plants and plant on side table
Pottery hangers - add layer of gravel b4 adding soil & plants, water sparingly & choose plants that like a little extra moisture
mountings for hanging plants. how about window boxes?
plastic hangers are on display. However, there are a few tricks I use to disguise them in the event that they are the best choice. I use long trailing plants like ivy, petunias, calibrachoa and sweet potato vine to cover the plastic pot, and I remove the plastic hangers and replace them with decorative
basket before adding soil and plants — this will keep some of the water in the soil, where roots can access it before it drains out. When using pottery, add a layer of gravel to the bottom before adding soil and plants, water sparingly to avoid rotting and choose plants that like a little extra moisture
“Deck railing wide pattern” — andreacode
Outside Landscape Group
3 Reviews
Outside Landscape Group
What's the name of the burgandy plant in the backgound?
What is the bright pink plant at the bottom?
The pink plant at the bottom is a Azalea Kurume 'Hinodegiri'. Thank you for the comment!
love the mood and density of the plant covering the arbor
For a touch of whimsy and romance, use an archway trellis as the gateway to your garden and adorn with creeping or trailing plants.
Highlight nature. Peer through this vine-clad arbor and observe layer upon layer of shape, form, color and texture. Each plant is highlighted in sharp relief because of the way sunlight dances across its form.When you plan an island bed, lay out a perennial border or place a specimen tree, consider how
“rustic wood and metal” — cherimariani
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Mirror behind some plants in courtyard
On the final lower layers, consider something like bedding dahlias and begonias with some trailing plants such as cacopa or verbena. Plant in groups and pack everything in close.You can also try climbing plants such as creeping roses to cover railings or exposed walls, and add a small water feature
Starting budget: I recently found the cutest DwellStudio for Target tablecloth on clearance for $7.This quick and easy move can tie the patio to the plants around it through color. Your table will look fresh and inviting for your guests.
“mirror” — sachisnana
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Garden Terraces - Devon
lounge chairs + dining area + shade + plants
Cover wooden fencingUse trailing plants to hide wooden fencing and lend a romantic feel to a decked or paved garden space. This will also help to block out noise from passing traffic and make even a city garden feel like a lush retreat.
Deck and planting
“Good idea for penthouse flat.” — irenebergeland
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