83,196 warm climate Home Design Photos

David Rolston Landscape Architects
Canyon Road in Dallas
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Zoysia, warm climate grass native to China, Japan and other areas of Southeast Asia
zoysia - warm climate grass native to china, japan, SE asia
Zoysia, a warm-climate grass native to China, Japan and other areas of Southeast Asia, provides a lush, green carpet without adding an extra digit
Zoysia, a warm-climate grass native to China, dought-tolerant. Pretty!
Dry conditions don’t have to mean sacrificing your lawn. Zoysia, a warm-climate grass
a warm-climate grass native to China. eventually will yellow in really dry conditions but bounces back with first rain - really hardy and doesn't require mowing.
Dry conditions don’t have to mean sacrificing your lawn. Zoysia, a warm-climate grass native to China, Japan and other areas of Southeast Asia, provides a lush, green carpet without adding an extra digit to your water bill. While this species will eventually yellow in the driest conditions, it is extremely
“zoysia grass ( native of asia, very easy to maintain, no mow)” — leesemag
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Sedges
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drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate
drop after they have finished flowering to allow for the sedge to fill in more thickly. Plant it in spring or fall, or even in the winter in a very warm climate.
“Grass” — mfgomez
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Vegetable Gardens
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trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are reportedly easier to train). In warm climates citrus, figs and olives can be trained into informal patterns.
trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are reportedly easier to train). In warm climates citrus, figs and olives can be trained into informal patterns.
“hidden veggie garden” — willy_abbott
PAOLAGOarquitectos
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Casa 10 Conjunto El Saman
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Two storied house with sand colored walls,antique copper finished pivoting windows on gound floor living room, and a sidewalk of loose, warm, stones. Photo by Paola Lago
warm climate
“High level glazing” — oran heron
Exteriors By Chad Robert
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Private Residence
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t palms to use in your garden, and some will even tolerate being grown in the desert and do poorly in the humid climates typical of Florida and Hawaii. Just about anyone in a warm climate can grow drought-tolerant palms like Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11), Mexican fan palm
t palms to use in your garden, and some will even tolerate being grown in the desert and do poorly in the humid climates typical of Florida and Hawaii. Just about anyone in a warm climate can grow drought-tolerant palms like Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11), Mexican fan palm
“everything” — jennya01
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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Article - ground covers for warm climates
Dependable ground covers for warm climates 8/31/13 newsletter
ground cover in warm climate
“Purple flowers” — karbear17
NEW THEME Inc.
Green Greenberg Green House
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generally feel more inwardly focused and enclosed, bound by the walls of the surrounding architecture. They’re an especially popular strategy in warm climates where the interior courtyard mediates temperature changes, providing shade and acting as a natural ventilation chimney of sorts for the spaces opening
generally feel more inwardly focused and enclosed, bound by the walls of the surrounding architecture. They’re an especially popular strategy in warm climates where the interior courtyard mediates temperature changes, providing shade and acting as a natural ventilation chimney of sorts for the spaces opening
“Open space” — celioa
Lobularia maritima (Sweet alyssum)
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butterflies, birds and bees Seasonal interest: Nonstop winter blooming in warmer climates; spring and summer blooming in cooler climates When to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.
sweet alyssumbutterflies, birds and beesall zonesNonstop winter blooming in warmer climates; spring and summer blooming in cooler climates
butterflies, birds and beesSeasonal interest: Nonstop winter blooming in warmer climates; spring and summer blooming in cooler climatesWhen to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons user Qwertzy2
“Like” — rhouse14
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