4,329 wildflower55 Home Design Photos

ZH Design
10 Reviews
Central Pennsylvania Country Home
Ideabooks1,205
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and grasses for our backyard on the hill. Mix of grasses and wildflowers
love wildflowers...nice mix of wildflowers...wildflower look
“mixed planting” — The Plant Company
Daniel Contelmo Architects
28 Reviews
Westchester Whimsy
Ideabooks1,729
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Wildflowers and irregular path are nice.
waht about a wildflower portion on the lawn. maybe along the stones along the stream. maybe on
Grass to wildflower transition...wildflowers on hill...Wildflowers on a hillside...Love the wildflowers and prairie...Wildflowers on hillside
“Dark grey and white” — carolfenstermaker
Locus Architecture
Rural Vernacular
Ideabooks1,240
Questions1
Mix of wildflowers...wildflower meadow...Plant a wildflower meadow...Red and wildflowers...Wildflower lawn...red house with wildflower lawn
“Wild flowers and natural flowers” — debbydeal
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Pink Door
Ideabooks1,729
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easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is all that's needed. Door paint: Wildflower; exterior paint: Midnight, both by Benjamin Moore
easy it is to clean; a good hosing down is all that’s needed. Door paint: Wildflower; exterior paint: Midnight, both by Benjamin Moore
reinigen ist: einmal mit dem Wasserschlauch abspritzen und fertig. Türfarbe: Wildflower; Außenfarbe: Midnight, beide Benjamin Moore
“Pink door” — cctuttle
Cory Spencer Partners
Meadow grasses
Ideabooks263
Questions0
There are three ways to create a meadow lawn: 1. Let wildflowers seed naturally. 2. Sow wildflower seeds directly. 3. Transplant full-grown plants. The
lawn. There are three ways to create a meadow lawn: Let wildflowers seed naturally. Sow wildflower seeds directly. Transplant full-grown plants. The first
Meadow lawn Sow wildflower seed Allow to grow naturally Plant full grown plants
native plants can speed up the development of your meadow lawn. Most wildflowers prefer soil conditions of low fertility, so the lawn should not be fed
lawn. There are three ways to create a meadow lawn:Let wildflowers seed naturally.Sow wildflower seeds directly.Transplant full-grown plants.The first choice
native plants can speed up the development of your meadow lawn.Most wildflowers prefer soil conditions of low fertility, so the lawn should not be fed
“meadow grasses” — vineyard
MRA Landscape
Outdoor Rooms
Ideabooks2,337
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Wildflower landscaping...more striking wildflowers...wildflowers mixed with grasses
“The purple flower is coneflower & returns ever year.. Also consider pink flower called skullcap” — Jane Peterson
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks632
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I like the wildflowers rock garden.
Wildflowers, the natural look/native plants.
wildflowers walkway, agapanthus...Wildflowers for curbside
“Color” — brendadmeyer
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks3,409
Questions5
Natural grass and wildflowers. Perfect for our location.
Everywhere: Wildflower meadows as a low maintenance alternative to grass
contrast between wildflower meadow and simple modern architecture
"Wildflower meadows have gained popularity in recent years and can provide a wonderful
modern meadows scattered with both native wildflowers and exotics can set off state-of-the-art architecture.Wildflower meadows require plenty of patience and
If you are lucky enough to live in the middle of a wildflower field with wide open skies in every direction, take advantage with windows
swaths of grass were left as meadows or grazed short by sheep and cattle.Wildflower meadows have gained popularity in recent years and can provide a wonderful
“Stunning roof” — eilebat
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