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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Transformation
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The plant that you were asking about that are behind the New Zealand Flax plants, which are actually blooming, are known as "Anigozanthos" or more commonly as "Kangaroo Paws". I saw these for the first time today at a local nursery in Ocala Florida. They come in a variety
Like the red color of the flax(?) plants
Love the wood wall and modern plants
great gate and low wall to create front garden
Accent plants. Structure in the small garden is not just about solidity of dense evergreens, but also includes the use of striking accent plants such as Flaxes (Phormium spp).In a small garden, Phormiums can be the key ingredient of the planting. Their straplike leaves not only offer a wide variety of
speciesBenefits and tolerances: Tolerant of coastal conditions, soil and wind Seasonal interest: Year-round foliage; flowers in spring or summerWhen to plant: Late spring or summer
“New Zealand flax plants” — kusenda
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Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
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Purple plant on left and weeping cherry
Coleus for the planters up agains the condo wall on front terrace
Mixture of plants and container plantings
container planting very attractive and tranquil
comfy bench - great potted plants
Plants in planters for back patio
the skinny trees and all green plants flowing out of pots
Beneath the container planting is a very simple, formal design, that without the informality of that planting would make a very sterile area. In most contemporary roof and balcony gardens, you tend to find very regimented planting in a minimalistic design — rows of repetitive planting in identical containers
Up, up and away. Have a rooftop patio? Take advantage of vertical space by planting tall trees in large planters. The visual lift will make your rooftop feel like a real destination. Also, adding trees to a city roof is beneficial
“tree” — hbalexia
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
steps
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Can this be planted in a sandy soil?...
Green spruce sedum dangling from the wall.
stucco-ish wall with plants on top
Like the rusted steel wall and the pea gravel stairs and path
Agave plants may feel like you’re toeing the line between garden sanctuary and cactus city, but layering with a dense, creeping plant — like this green spruce sedum — keeps things feeling lush.
the stone wall and flows easily down the front.
Agave plants may feel like you’re toeing the line between garden sanctuary and cactus city, but layering with a dense, creeping plant — like this green spruce sedum — keeps things feeling lush.
Use plants to soften sharp edges. The plants creeping
Wisely combined, these dryland plants are perfect for stark, contemporary plantings.
“Plants” — jeb098
Tim Davies Landscaping
Harrisdale
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What is the type of plant directly behind the bench?
Well done. Brilliant planting for space usage. I bet the owners love this low maintenace deck
nice floor, seat and plants (probably like lush
Cute design for walls of pergola
I like the idea of the plantings behind the wooden stool
the influence of the artist. As in the previous garden, blocks of plantings in rectangular beds create flat planes that are demarcated by noncolor masonry dividing walls here.
3. Keep it simpleReducing the number of materials and plants in a small garden makes it feel spacious and uncluttered. The
Contemporary Hedging PlantsSucculents. We see in this beautiful contemporary design how hedging has become an integral component of the design, adding mass as well as color and texture. I know that many people would not consider the glaucous agave planting as a hedge, but it does come within the definition
“Crisp” — Jules Gray
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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What are the plants that you used
Who is the manufacturer of the outdoor light behind the pot planting?
I'd like to plant some of these ideas and I can't figure out how to copy the photo.
height, unique plants and drooping plants
The color of the pot & the plants
2. Bring in some plant life. Even if you don't have the space, time, or energy to have a summer garden, there are still plenty of easy and beautiful ways to incorporate plants into your home. A container garden is a perfect way to benefit from the beautiful flowers and herbs that flourish in the summer
combo will need regular tending: pruning and tip pinching to keep larger plants in line, and digging up, dividing and removing a portion of Sweet Potato Vine "potatoes" when they're dormant to keep them from crowding out the other plants.
“garden” — Maria Alfonzova
The Garden Route Company
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Twin Peaks Texture
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Textural plantings, vivid color and strong clean lines makes for an engaging space
Please share the name of all the plants here, including the orange tall ones in the back, grass on the side and compact short green shrubs in front. Beautiful- Thanks!
Thanks so much for sharing the names of the plants; they look great together!
Dawn", the short green plants are Euphorbia martinii and the grasses are a combination of Carex testacea & Miscanthus transmorrisonensis.
Bush Nugget or Bush Dawn Kangaroo Paws - along front courtyard wall - mixed with deeper
Plants for in front of retaining wall?
Perennials can be a popular choice for a low edging plant. Their fresh seasonal foliage and flowers overcome the landscape situation of many species' dying back over winter.This Euphorbia martini, with its acid-green flowers, creates not only an informal edging but also a great knee-high barrier to deter
“Tall orange plants” — jastihome
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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Concrete Garden steps
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How to use it. •Mass it as a ground cover •Edge a planting bed or path •Accent a green wall or living roof •Mix it in a
I like the steps and plants in between
How to use it. Mass it as a ground cover Edge a planting bed or path
Fescue, thyme and other low growing plants
unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
How to use it. Mass it as a ground coverEdge a planting bed or path Accent a green wall or living roofMix it in a container gardenDot it into a rock gardenHow can't
“Driveway retaining wall” — Nancy Nawn
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
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This is a planting around large boulders. Plants include junipers, Japanese blood grass, cleome, butterfly grass, sedums, pennisetum.
what are these type of plants
Yes my mistake, the red plant in the front is Japanese Blood Grass. It can be invasive so use it carefully.
Planting on slope with a wall at top of slope.
use block planting for clean lines on sloped yards to emphasize a plant, or focus on color or foliage.
Translate this image into your plant design by crafting a blend of plants high and low in size, loud and subtle in color and texture, plants that move at the slightest breeze and those that don’t. The juxtaposition will add another layer of interest to your garden.
movements. Translate this image into your plant design by crafting a blend of plants high and low in size, loud and subtle in color and texture, plants that move at the slightest breeze and those that don’t.
“planting and boulders” — Charla Kaul
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