120,466 vertical planting Home Design Photos

Skyring Architects
1 Review
Powder room
Ideabooks5,023
Questions8
vertical tile strip accent exposed plumbing
vertical tile behind sink
Bathroom vertical tiles
vertical subway tiles
Vertical tiles...Potted plants
“Sink!” — ajduddleston
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Cornwall
Ideabooks894
Questions2
plants called yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema Sunset Gold.
Garden - simple and bold planting (and low). Monochromatic plants, incl yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema
yellow plants-kangaroo paws and Coleonema 'Sunset Gold'
I like the blue, as well as the lime green plants
Try keeping the planting simple and bold. Monochromatic plants, including yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema ‘Sunset
Color. Two styles of architecture on one lot? Try keeping the planting simple and bold. Monochromatic plants, including yellow kangaroo paws and Coleonema ‘Sunset Gold’, hold this outdoor space together and stand up to the eclectic architecture.
“Gold junipers” — mcou2
BRADANINI & ASSOCIATES
4 Reviews
BAY AREA HILLSIDE GARDEN
Ideabooks507
Questions0
SUCCULENTS IN POTS & MEDITERRANEAN PLANTINGS
Great combination of drought tolerant plants
I like the height of these plants.
Low main. Plants for hill side
plant colors, blooms
Kangaroo paw with this plant
Love the combination of plants
Plants for front yard
Like the red plants...ALL the plants...Plant in foreground...Century-like plant...Spiky plants...These are my plants...desert plants...Plant selection....The yellow plant...planting area...spiky plants
“Just something I like, not for our building” — michstu
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks3,650
Questions1
What kind of plant is this?
Plant with colorful bloom
Hot poker plant or torch lily
feature and the wild look created by the plants
Like these verticle colorful plants
Rocks and plants together
I like the firecracker plants
Tall orange and yellow plant
and plants...Red hot poker plant...the colorful plant...Plants along fence...Poker plant
“rocks and planting” — drsbaehr
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks3,570
Questions1
What's across the path from the lilies. There's 2 different greent plants/bushes.
mixture of tropical and other plants
Green plants along path in foreground
Charming walk to home -love the use of rocks-plantings look natural to the site
how to plant the shrubs
The tropical plant combinations
The path and plants.
Tranquil setting. Choice of plants
“Nice garden” — tansokbee
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Entry Garden
Ideabooks1,477
Questions5
What is being used to separate these planting beds? What is the material of the borders? Thanks!
Planting bed borders
Slope tiers, plants interspersed in rows
separate rows of plants and colors of mulch
USING PLANT BEDS FOR DIFFERENT ELEVATIONS
Layering of plants on slope....
Hill plants cut sections
Modern planting. Like the dividers.
modern geometric sloped planting
slope plants...Planting on a hill...Slope planting...Tiered plantings...Plants in a row...planting beds...spiky plants
“different color of mulch with red brick house” — janewangyh
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks1,064
Questions3
what is the reddish spiky plant?
does anyone recognize the reddish spiky plant in this photo?
'The House Plant Expert' by Dr. D G Hessayon, 'Ti trees are grown by planting pieces of mature cane cut from Dracaena, Cordyline or Yucca.' It sounds like the plant you bought is a Cordyline Terminalis Tricolor and the book says common names for C. Terminalis are Good Luck plant, Ti plant, Red Dracaena
The orange flowers are Arctotis 'Flame', a hybrid of the African Daisy. it is a great plant, gray green leaves, low growing and blooming early spring thru later summer, especially if dead headed a few times during it's bloom period.
Very nice red flowers! The spiky plants are so called "fortune plants".
The bright red flowers with the pineapple plant to blend
“Gerbier daisies” — usaelah1
Camille Beehler Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Dorothy Lane
Ideabooks929
Questions2
what is the name of the plant in the foreground of the picture?
Hi Amy, the plant in the foreground is a Leucadendron salignum summer red. It is native to South Africa...beautiful
the plant in the foreground is
Like the colors of the plants
Plants good for front yard
Possible plantings for back garden
color contrast of plants
Plants and their colors
Planting beds. Like the
Need to find these plants
Red plant Leucadendron Summer Red
Love plants for the front
south african plants
Front porch plants...Bright plants
“Red plant Leucadendron Summer Red” — lkerstine
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