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What type of plants have been used in this photo
the plant is called horsetail. has been around since the dinosaurs. bamboo and aloe vera plant come from this
Yes, the plants are called horsetail....this plant cell...water and plants...Plants are called horsetail...very structural planting...Water and plants and siding...Entry plants...front door - horsetail plants
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Roberts Creek House
border with rock; colors; close plantings?
University of Alberta helped turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas, Russian sage, elder, montbretia,Euphorbia, daylilies
daisies, black-eyed Susan, dogwoodand showy stonecrop — among many other plants.
plant grouping...plant lawn...Plants and rocks...Types of plants
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
Less Lawn More Garden
Hi Cory, thanks for the question. Those are daylily plants, not ornamental grasses. We planted two types, Hyperion and Autumn Prince. Hope this helps
dogwood, Cornus alba 'Elegantisima' - a really beauty. More on this terrific plant from Monrovia here: ... Good luck with your project! Robert
great plants in front of the fence. and behind. Like low maintenance and evergreen
dogwood against the fence - I miss having those - we should plant some
but divides the property into public and semiprivate spaces. The inner plants are arranged en masse, blocking the view of the curb from the house without
terrific plant from Monrovia here: ......set the fence back and plant in front
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
H. City Residence with Gardens
Great mix of plants deciduous and everygreen and shapes.
mostly sturdy green plants with pop of colors. I like the red Joseph coat also..
plants and trees...bricks, plants...Full of plants...Brick, plantings pots...red plants...shady plants
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
Arrangements of plants. Could go out front.
I love mixing potted plants within the garden. This photo reminds me of a hidden garden in Italy.
the property to mark the flower color changes of her deciduous dahlia plantings.
long-standing trend. Opt for native grasses, ground cover, vegies and flowering plants over lawn, and you’ll be creating a bio-diverse mini-ecosystem that’s good
that never go out of fashion. Arrange a selection of various-sized pots and plant with succulents, cacti and grasses for an eclectic, homespun look.
Joseph Bergin Architect PC
Historic Clapboard Hill
love the plant and cannister. what kind of plant and wheres the pot from?
love the plant and cannister. what kind of plant and wheres the pot from
Unfortunately we don't have that information - the plant an canister were procured by the home owner directly.
Taking into consideration everything we’ve just discussed, try interspersing plants of varying heights, textures and colors throughout a room. Green accents
here; bold over there — you can do it.More:8 Essentials for Healthy Indoor PlantsMore Houzz guides to growing houseplants
like the look with the plants
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
Post & Beam Sanctuary
Like that the glass looks into,all the rooms, simplicity of plants
Love the open feel and natural plants and use
Deck in midst of plantings...tile and plant combo...between plants...Low plants
North Bay Residence
What plants did you use on the roof top?
Does the greenery also offer a degree of insulation? Scientifically - the plants would absorb most of the heat.
The roof was planted with mats of sedum - established off-side and simply rolled out over the
medium?” “What plants did you use on the roof top?” “did not find the roof drainage on the roof, how does it work?” “The roof was planted with mats of sedum
I like the idea of green spaces. Looks great and good for the environment. We need clean air to survive. Trees and plants are
sloped or flat. Often it will be planted with sedum (stonecrop). Many "semi-intensive" green roofs are home to an array of plant species, including native grasses