127,623 vertical planting Home Design Photos

G. Steuart Gray AIA
1 Review
G. Steuart gray
Ideabooks5,065
Questions0
open light in shower with plants
open shower; skylight w/plants feels like it's outdoors
Plants in the shower
vertical wood paneling tongue
Plants in bathroom...plant in shower...plants near tub
“Bathroom” — pnag1
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Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks1,749
Questions3
the planting. I can tell you to be careful of horsetail - it can spread very aggressively, and be hard to get out if you ever tire of it! I think it's showing up less often these days, because people have had trouble. We liked the look, but don't miss it too much. By the way, aggressive plants like
“Renno” — shinny4
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks10,058
Questions3
Hi. Would you happen to have a layout of the garden and types of plants? It is beautiful. Much gratitude. Anika
than the "orderly" ones. As someone who has tried (mostly unsuccessfully) to create such ordered chaos, I assure you there is nothing random about the plant placement here.
different plants but would like more controlled look
Like this garden for variety of plants but a little messy
each of the peaks, rather than shingle, we prefer vertical siding that has a wider (2x or 3x) gauge than the horizontal siding would have.
may not be ready for a complete loss of lawn and permanent paving, and that's fine. Instead, create a cottage feel in a large garden bed, and let the plants billow over onto the sidewalk to soften the space.
“Maison, la pierre” — Brigitte Legault
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Southern patio and stone walk
Ideabooks6,694
Questions1
View to the southern courtyard. Planted berms and pathways separate the patios from the surrounding farmlands and are sheltered by an existing Stewartia pseudocamellia. Photos by Ian Gleadle
What plant did you put on your mossy mounds?
love how natural this looks. combination of ground cover and plants surrounding the patio is timeless.
Might consider this color for ship lap vertical siding
“stone pathway meets from two sides” — sgutzler
Jean Brooks Landscapes
8 Reviews
Harvard Square, Urban Landscape
Ideabooks3,918
Questions1
What are the green plants in the foreground?
Hi there! The plant you are referring to is called Alchemilla mollis! Also known as the Lady's Mantle.
Nice dark vertical fence with decorative top
gate/yard entry plantings
Plant some lavender...colors of plants...plants walk way...Good plant
“Good plant” — xfactor1234
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Irvine
Ideabooks8,806
Questions3
Transition from shrubs to rock w/ some plants to smaller plants on vertical area
like wall of plants and rocks
we could do it just like this with the steps and hill side plants!
plant as retaining wall
pavers and plantings
The dividing line of plants
Plants and rocks on slope
terrace plantings
“In front of garage” — janetperlin
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
Ideabooks11,539
Questions8
Home The strong geometric lines of contemporary architecture call for a foliage-focused planting, and this narrow roadside border delivers. Key design features: •Restraint in color and plant variety •Linear planting that echoes the horizontal lines of the home's siding and fence •Emphasis on foliage
i love the layers of plants and colors at the front lower left...teal at bottom and yellow green above that...nice texture
Slat fencing. Plants in planter box.
These plants require minimal water and maintenance.The grasses add a bright note to the dark stained fence panels.
If you’re comfortable being seen from the road or are looking to let more light in through your windows, consider a wood slat fence.The combination of horizontal and vertical elements
“Nice fence” — kome77
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
roof terrace
Ideabooks4,118
Questions1
Like the fence but make vertical wires
this reminds me of your deck, of course your beds would be high, but it gives you a visual of plants
A rooftop is also a great place for sun-loving veggies and salad greens. Planting rows on the diagonal makes this little bed a charming throwback to the monastic potager.
“diagonal plants” — samsgrammie
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