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Sherman Oaks Residence
What type of plant is against the wall in the photo?
The plant in the back is a variegated rubber tree
lined with bamboo plantings to a hidden seating area and discover the perfect place to kick back and relax. The wicker lounge chair provides another layer of privacy when you’re seated, making this an ideal hideaway.
If only we could plant bamboo here.. And
with bamboo plantings to a hidden seating area and discover the perfect place to kick back and relax. The wicker lounge chair provides another layer of privacy when you’re seated, making this an ideal hideaway.
The slate wall and the live bamboo plants framing the
Plan a secret seating area. Follow a path lined with bamboo plantings to a hidden seating area and discover the perfect place to kick back and relax. The wicker lounge chair provides another layer of privacy when you’re seated, making
Root Design Company.com
Amazing layered Mediterranean landscape and plantings
Slope design for stone terrace and plants
Love the different levels and the textural mix of the plantings.
terrace planting, trees
depth, trees, plants, sidewalks
Terrace idea-- plantings
Terraced planting...repeat same plants...Lots of plant ideas...Terrace plantings...native plantings
Pierre and Simone: Montreal, QC
A large floor plant is a great way to give an unexpected room like the bathroom a fresh update. Keep this simple though, because one too many plants can begin to look like a jungle (and require upkeep, whether the plants are real or fake).
maybe a tall slim fake plant would fit in the shower walkway
Wood wall hanging, live plant planter.
Set back on wall for plants on far side of tub. Could have window you couldn't directly see
Sirius Landscapes, Inc.
Host as and planting around the steps
Curves, mulch, plants and flowers..
Like the variegated green plants
minimal plants by house
shredded type like a Texas native hardwood mulch and apply a 3-inch layer over all planted areas. Be careful to avoid heaping mulch on the base of plants — aim to spread it out in a gradually thinning layer right around the plants' stems and trunks.
Hostas plants...shade plants
wall with plant pots for yard
hanging plants off shelves in waiting room
Love the wall with plants!
plants on wall...Plant wall...Wall plants...Stair plants...plants in the wall...the plants...Plants on the wall...PLANTS IN THE WALLS
Creative Outdoor Solutions
What are the plants in the elevated planter?
Where can I find solar powered lighting like the ones illuminating the plants?
What is the name of the low lying plant in the lower planter?
It is a clumping bamboo variety called bambusa textilis gracilis and is fine to plant anywhere and does not become invasive like other creeping varieties.
I believe those plants are bamboo
Bamboo World in Vancouver, Canada ... lists species and temperature ranges in which they can survive. I'm about to plant Fargesia clumping bamboo here in Toronto, Canada in with winters that can reach -30C. Contact me next summer and I'll let you know if they survived!
The lighting and plants look so great
The deck wall lighting and plants
Living Room - Manly
Love the overall look - whites, neutrals, contrasting beams, plant
Plant, cool and warm tones, doors
round side tables, plant in pot
Like the chair in the foreground and having a live tree/plant somewhere.
plant, ottoman, sidetable, mirror
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
what are the plant used in this pic ?
Nice progression toward full privacy, from the inviting plantings outside the low wall against which their colors and flowers pop, to the taller plantings closer to the house.
Nice composition . Plants add height & some privacy
The low wall and native plantings inside
2. Views need to be blocked or enhanced. Options for enclosing a front yard for privacy include walls, fencing and plants. Be aware that
2. Views need to be blocked or enhanced. Options for enclosing a front yard for privacy include walls, fencing and plants. Be aware that most municipalities have regulations governing the height and setback of front walls and fences.