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Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
again the large stone with plants amongst them
patio idea, small herbs or plants may be nice between the stones, or a heather, maybe
I'm liking the idea of small, irregular poured slabs on a walkway, with tiny stones pressed in, when wet...then short ground cover plantings between them...something like thyme, that would smell good when stepped on.
“Deck” — moxhamj
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Mary Prince
9 Reviews
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more tall grassy kinds of plants
plants on the edge of the
green spikey plants...plants & planters...potted plants
“good blue” — chenille8
Hydrangea Home
Dawn Mohrmann
3 tiered iron plant stand as fill in for greenery
Love the tiered plant stand
Plant stand to the right
3-tier plant stands...container plant...potted plant
“tier” — Jennifer Rodriguez
Traditional Patio
like the plants in front of the fence
Combination planting created pleasant surroundings
Foreground plantings
outdoor potted plant
Plants and table...Succulent plantings
“Table & chairs” — karmama
Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Lafayette 2
Nice walls, metal accents nice, planting a nice gravel.
The green plants, what are they?
Natural plants in boxes that divide levels
multi level plant beds
Plante box...Desert plants
“modern materials” — csloop
Philip White Architects, LLC
2 Reviews
Noela Residence
climbing plants
Flowers plants to the left
Pagoda decking plants
Hanging plants, migomba, the density
Tropical plants...Trees and plants!
“Tropical plants” — mmarshall1959
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Recycled Greenhouse in Piny Woods of Texas
Place a recycled-wood trellis over the doorway and plant yellow jasmine for shade. “
roofing from former greenhouse,” Since the greenhouse can heat up easily under the Texas sun, placed a recycled-wood trellis over the doorway and planted yellow jasmine for shade
the greenhouse can heat up easily under the Texas sun, Carolyn placed a recycled-wood trellis over the doorway and planted yellow jasmine for shade. “There is also butterfly weed planted outside,” she says. “I like to grow butterfly- and hummingbird-friendly flowers, since we live in a certified wildlife
“Old west green house” — Garrett Self
White Picket Fence, Inc
Peaceful blocking out the world with plants and rock
I like the plants on the bank in the back
Planting on one side. Make sure if the kids can jump off it, that its as safe as possible. Big stretch of grass on one side is good for the run and jump
cover tall plants...Back plants
“Pool” — miromar
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