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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Archives ID
Ideabooks5,927
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Plant trellis for Aaron to welf
Vines on a ladder indoors! Potted plant/propped ladder.
Air plants in atrium
Air plants and succulents create a simple indoor garden, while a Moravian star pendant lamp shines overhead for subtle seasonal sparkle.
Ladder AND plants...Hanging plants...bubble air plants...I love plants...Fairy plants...Wall plants...Air Plants
“Fairy plants” — Garrett Self
Traditional Patio
Ideabooks3,454
Questions1
These wooden plant boxes contain a variety of dwarf shrubs and other slow-growing plants. Not only are these plants fairly durable, but their slow growth rate means you'll rarely need to do any trimming.
Vertical boards nice twist
nice plants for my planters
surrounded by plants on rooftop
wooden pots with plants
boite encastrée pour plantes
love the plants in planters
container plants...potted plants...Perimeter Planting...Planting boxes...plants rtop
“Planters” — rubislaw
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Eagle Nest
Ideabooks15,990
Questions3
What plants are these? I love the look
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
The neutral colors, especially gray and green, we have seen here so far are part of the framework that holds the garden together. The same concept can apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially
container plants for deck top and by bedrooms
Fresh herbs spill from planters lining a walkway. The variety of plants used in each one adds interest, though using a single plant would work just as well.
“Planters” — hmrhoades
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern Garden/ Green Roof
Ideabooks2,589
Questions2
its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but create very distinctive features. Though the low-growing plants, such as the blue fescue (Festuca glauca), are not fully grown, we can see how they are perfect for creating the definition required between the planting blocks
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow
border with plants around periphery where dogs cannot get to
I like the plants and the soil/bark. I could do without the grass yard section
its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but create very distinctive features. Though the low-growing plants, such as the blue fescue (Festuca glauca), are not fully grown, we can see how they are perfect for creating the definition required between the planting blocks
“Clean design.” — E.
Hanabie Design
4 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining - Poolside
Ideabooks1,364
Questions2
What kind of plants are those?
I also live in the Bay Area and I love the idea of modern floor vase w the tall straight plants for height. Looks very clean. Are they easy to maintain?
Equisetum hyemale or horsetail are early to grow in containers but they need regular to ample water and do best in full sun. The plant will fill the entire container within 1-2years.
i love the raised and colored cement strip as well as the plants...in pots...the same sectional plants I had growing up (they come apart in sections)
I like the plants next to the windows.
“Grass” — sherry8888
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks1,844
Questions2
What are the red plants in the pots?
similar effect with several plants including Buxus microphylla var. japonica and Pittosporum 'Golf Ball'. There will be other plants which are suited to your area. When pruning into a ball, make certain to look at the plant from all directions until it's even.
The red plants in the pots are Imperata
Easy care plants DG path pops of color
A paved brick sitting area in the yard with pots of plants
fun times with plantings and pots.
Lathouris cleared a few radiata pine trees from the edge of the property to give the planting beds more sunshine. The pines were cut into bulky beams and used to build the family's home.
“Pots” — berkopec
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Revival
Ideabooks5,777
Questions4
Drought tolerant plants - mix of gravel and concrete slabs.
Plantings and color contrast. Rest too modern
contemporary hardscape with gravel and drought tolerant plants
sidewalk, gravel , drought resistant plants
Use of pea gravel and desert plantings.
Strips of concrete for potted plants
Whether you plant this spreading plant as a groundcover or a container plant, freely use it to highlight contrasting golden tones — notice how well the blue foliage of the Senecio complements the rich red color of the single container in this garden.Thriving in well-drained soil, go as far as to plant Senecio
popularity. Depending on the composition of the plants chosen (and whether low-maintenance ground covers, such as gravel, are incorporated), a shrub- and perennial-dominated yard should take between 25 to 75 hours a year to maintain. Select native plants or those compatible with your region’s climate
“gravel stone and drought tolerant plantings” — schneiderclan
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
Ideabooks1,610
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the planting. Neil likes this stone.
I like the planting island design
Love the landscaping. Like the pavers. Shade plants.
compact interesting plants for around the patio
Planting area at the center of the picture.
I like the plants around this one as well as the large stones.
like the plantings; variety
Big leaf plants and grasses
Nice mound of plants.
patio plantings...plant arrangement...Landscape plants...Plants by the patio...mass planting
“Planting” — francesvryan
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