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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
What is the red plant on the right
Hi! Can you tell me what's the plant on the bottom left?
Right side - red flowering plant, rock, low purple
Rocks like these for planting beds
Terrace, boulders, plants, good variety of texture
hillside plants - maybe use larger rocks
Rocks strewn across a landscape populate sparsely planted spaces. The continuity unites multiple planting areas.
“Orchard fence ideas” — salonika3
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Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Lawn Replaced with Drought Tolerant Groundcover Surrounded by Colorful Plants
Lawn Replaced with Drought Tolerant Groundcover Surrounded by Colorful Plants
View of a front garden with a colorful selection of drought tolerant plants and a low-water lawn replacement. Photo: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Too dense but like the plants
I like the stones between the plants
I like how the plants frame the walkway on this one.
“pretty lawn” — annhurwitz
Melbourne Contemporary Kitchens
Point Cook
big potted plant by the pool - gorgeous
with plant where heliconia is
Shape of pot and plant
potted plant..idea...plant - pool...large plant for...Yucca plant in pot...Pot + plante...Big potted plant...Plant in pot...pop plant...Plant pot...plante dans le pot...potted plant
“Pool colour, timber and great tiles to match” — Barber Investments
Josh and Malissa McCulloch
DIY Front Yard Makeover
what is the name of the yellow plants?? thank you
what are the pink and violet hanged plants
What type of plant is up front as the ground cover? I like the variety of color.
please let me know what the low growing plants are. Thank you
Can you let me know what are the hanging plants?
resource for me to refer to.If you prefer you can email cqmatthews@yadtel.net Thanks so much,this layout and plants look like I could come close if I could figure out fountain,I already grow these plants in NC andddd have like rock.
new walking path.We currently have bluestone but it's too narrow and boring! I call it the death march. I got a price of $10k just for the path no plants, etc. Does that seem correct? My husband can pretty much do anything but I would like help deciding on a design, pattern etc. I have a few pictures
“Water, stones” — kiralee69
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia.
What is planted around the posts?
The open planting area surrounding posts
Like the plants at beam base
protectie cu plante la cais
area for plants around posts
planting around posts
Plantings at base of column
planting around pole
Plant around posts?...Plants around posts...plants at base of
“Roof over deck” — prvonkampen
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Bougainvillea in containers by pool. Like bright color and organic plant shapes contrasting with formal geometry of pool.
Plants by pool...Poted plant by pool...Plants by the pool...potted plants...Pot plant...plants for pool...Love potted plants...container plants...potted plants
“Bougainvillea colour” — amandastorey
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
50s remodel
It would be cool to build a low stone wall in entry way instead of the railing, and just have plants there.
This type of plants in my planter.
Nice place for indoor plants
The plants for stairwwell
Plant in dining room
all my plants!...Plant wall AWESOME!...Indoor plants...liked live plant
“planter box detail” — alushia-sanchia
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
SF Patio 04 (Design by Myron Grossman)
I live in Japan, but want to plant some trees native to the US. This tree looks beautiful in its setting.
Would be nice between raspberry and strawberry plants
planting around pergola and stepping stones to tie in other patio area ie repeat planting theme for cohesiveness
Square stones connecting driveway w/plants in the middle
Paver stones and mulch with native plants. Potted trees. Studio and covered back patio vs.
After planting, water your citrus tree at least once a week until it has established roots. After this, water potted plants only when the top two inches are slightly dry — but make sure to water extremely thoroughly (with water filling the saucer at the bottom of the pot) when you do.
“Hierbas de olor árbol en maceta” — lizapgarza
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