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Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
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Villa Ercolano, Ercolano - Italy
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White, white, white - also love the outdoor white pot for the lemon tree
White walls - need to paint banister and add more citrus trees and plants - very Mykonos - love it! With pops of blue.
love the lemon tree in large pot
Lemon trees with white pot
Pergola and Lemo Tree
lemon tree...citrus tree...Lemon Tree by Pool...Potted lemon tree...lemon tree
“Terraza y porche” — Arquidea Estudio
{environmental concept}
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Santa Monica - Mediterranean
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Can anyone tell me what kind of trees those are that are in the pots? Thank you.
Lawn, boxwood, hard surface patio, black bench, trees in planters
Boxwood, citrus topiaries in pots, lutyens bench
Like idea of ground cover around tree
trees in pots - What type?
Boxwood, citrus topiaries in pots, bench
Cut hedges. Trees in pots
Tree type...hedges and trees...potted trees, hedge...Trees in pots...potted trees...native plants
“potted trees, hedge” — hollybp
Kohler
17 Reviews
Kohler
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humidity to the air around some plants, especially citrus trees and ferns. You can use a humidifier or simply spritz them with plain water occasionally.Tell us: Do you bring plants indoors for the winter? Any tips to share?
Caring for plants in winter. Plants that have been brought indoors generally need less water in winter than they did when they were outside. Touch the soil before watering, and water only when the soil feels dry. If your house gets very dry in the winter with the heater on, you may need to add humidity
“Base cabinet design” — katejose
Pot Incorporated
Endowment Estate
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This beautiful home in Vancouver is beautifully accented with classic planters filled with a wide variety of dramatic plantings.
Can you tell us what plants were used?
Great combination of plants that will
Like the colors of the plants!
collection of plants in the pot
and dismantled or thrown out when the season is over. A container planting with rich, warm hues, like the one shown here, will remain seasonally appropriate even when the frosty nights insist you bring it indoors and the trees' fall foliage encourages you to keep it outdoors just a little bit longer. You
temporary focal point. Rather than plant a whole bed of flowers, plant a container garden so that it can bring summer color where it's most appreciated — whether that's on a patio or a doorstep. Since container combinations are typically seasonal affairs, they're often planted with the desired flowers and
“Love the color” — scintoaks
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
The Bloedel Reserve
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I love drapey willow type plants/trees
the lesson here is all about placement — when a tree is sited in the right spot, it looks natural, as if it has always been there. The other lesson is to admire a tree for its inherent structure and form. Nothing looks more unnatural than an overpruned tree whose owners are trying to tame it into submission
Brings back memories of Queen's Park in New Westminster when I was a kid. Bittersweet
I want a pond, and weeping willow trees around it!
Place trees for impact. Looking across the main pond, one can't help but notice a graceful weeping willow tree, its branches glowing with new spring foliage, almost touching the water's surface. To me, the lesson here is all about placement — when a tree is sited in the right spot, it looks natural,
“Pond” — crobbins1
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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to low Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 2 feet tall and 4 feet wide Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring or fall
Flasher day lily. Strong & vibrant. Plant in Fall or Spring.
low Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 2 feet tall and 4 feet wide Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring or fall
How to Get the Look 1. Choose Nectar-Rich Plants Not all daylilies are equal. Many suffer from weak stems, untidy foliage and a short bloom time. Flasher daylily
low Light requirement: Full to partial sun Mature size: 2 feet tall and 4 feet wide Seasonal interest: Summer When to plant: Spring or fall Caution: Daylilies are toxic to cats; see other plants to keep away from pets.
“equate daylilies with drought tolerance, but these hardy blooms love dry weather and full sun. Even” — catzbeadz
AFLA-Landscape Design
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Medit. Oakl.Hills 1
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Disguised wood retaining wall with Boston ivy, pelargoniums, agapanthus citrus trees and lavender in olive orchard below building lawn terrace
drought tolerant plants
mediterranean plants
native plants...olive trees...Evergreen Plants...flowering plants...low water plants
“Boston ivy” — lossenmacher
Adrian Smith
Hillsdale Residence
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What is the name of that tree and how long does it take to get to that height
patented selection named by Earl Cully of Heritage Trees; it's an outstanding cultivar that's less prone to leaf spot than other birches and is resistant to the bronze birch borer. It's also smaller than the typical species — reaching about 40 feet tall when mature — and has a deeper saturation of bark hues
river birches best planted in bunches
inkberry holly (Ilex glabra).Fast growing, multistemmed trees in clump form add visual punch and are good for screening, while single-trunk specimens offer architectural formality.
River birch (Betula nigra, zones 3 to 9) is a fast-growing tree that loses its leaves in fall to reveal a beautiful framework
“River Birch - good for soggy soil” — maryfrankman
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