102,426 vertical planting Home Design Photos

Jonathan Raith Inc.
4 Reviews
Cliff Road Area - Nantucket
Ideabooks447
Questions1
Tall plants near the front door add height. Beautiful plants everywhere!
Plants and exterior...plants sconces...Planting is really interesting
“This Small covered porch is cute.” — thenke19
Loudon County's Premier Windows
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Dreamstar Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Ibis Golf & Country Club
Ideabooks16,156
Questions18
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love the plant...Palm plant. Dark rich colors...Plant in room
“bed room” — cats16
James Schettino Architects
2 Reviews
Valley
Ideabooks29,959
Questions25
Beautiful ! Would you be willing to share what you used for the plantings in front? Thanks.
Does anyone know what the type of trees are planted in front (surrounded by the white flowers)?
symmetry, white and green planting in front
blue siding, square pillars , 6 over clear windows, gravel, low plantings, grey roof,
“driveway” — durtpoor
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
13 Reviews
Saratoga Estate
Ideabooks15,718
Questions3
thin to two plants once seedlings develop. Semibush varieties can be set a little closer, with 4-foot hills set 6 feet apart. Thin to two plants per hill
three seeds every 2 feet along the row, then thin to one plant every 2 to 3 feet. You can also plant these smaller varieties in a large (15- to 20-gallon)
Planting notes: Look for a warm, sunny site with well-drained, fertile soil. You’ll need plenty of space unless you’re growing miniatures; plan on about
“Plancher de copeaux” — mononk
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks9,578
Questions9
gradual stairs without railings and side box for planting or a tree
Interaction between stairs and plant box
4. The Sloped DrivewayThe challenge: Creating planting pockets that are easy to manage.Solution A: Combine a stepped pathway to
makes me wish I had a sloping driveway. It not only solves the problem of planting, but by incorporating a series of wide, shallow steps, the designer has
seasonal color, yet this simple approach is in keeping with the overall planting theme of the home.
creating and wrapping planter boxes in the hardscape. The effective use of plant material helps to soften and balance this front yard. If this approach is
“planters” — new1344
Tocha Project
Rising Glen
Ideabooks1,941
Questions1
Outside plants...Plants In pots
“Rising Glen URL http://www.tochaproject.com” — franck65
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks8,959
Questions3
like the structure for the courtyard. would prefer a working fountain with plants and flag OR cobble stone pavers
PLANTS AND LANTERNS...pavers and central planting...yes the plants and fountain
“Round planter” — susanklyce
Contemporary Pool
Ideabooks1,757
Questions3
decking and plantings: grasses, glacial stone
Planting in front of fence...Like the sawgrass leafy plants
“Pileta” — laurabrusquetti
Vertical plants maintenance
Hi there, Just would like to know if this is difficult to maintain? Can you use mixed plants or must it be mostly bromeliads? How hard is it to keep the...
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