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Nancy Van Natta Associates
4 Reviews
Beach Cottage Renovation for Aging in Place
Ideabooks4,587
Questions3
vines on the arbor were here when we took over the house and we managed to save them. They're a combination of Cecil Bruner roses and what I call white potato vine. The rose is an old fashioned variety and it is just lovely with clusters of perfect pink blossoms and a beautiful scent. The "potato
The vines on the arbor were here when we took over the house and we managed to save them. They're a combination of Cecil Bruner roses and what I call white potato vine. The rose is an old fashioned variety and it is just lovely with clusters of perfect pink blossoms and a beautiful scent. The "potato vine"
take roses off garage. put on trellis?
ry house — it's all in the materials. A rose-topped white lattice looks very traditional, while angular steel with clipped evergreen ivy lends a cool, contemporary vibe. The arbor and plant material offer a one-two punch.Tip: Resist the urge to overplant your arbor — check the size of the vine you plan
“the gate” — fxuxzfzfhzzgxjzfzfz
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz, Milileu Design
Ideabooks12,171
Questions8
kind of mulch to use. Lots of plants/bushes- should I use a weed block material? What kind of mulch will work in Maryland? Thank you so much for your help! Susan
Pachysandra Terminalis 'Variegata, On right I think blue plant is Lavandula hidcote, but don't worry it will work in this planting too. Roses look like "carpet rose" Grass to rear Miscanthus sinesis, Near railing Acer palmatum Garnet. To the right of the acer looks like Buxus which is also on opposite
The pink looks like Knockout roses.
Pachysandra Terminalis 'Variegata, On right I think blue plant is Lavandula hidcote, but don't worry it will work in this planting too. Roses look like "carpet rose" Grass to rear Miscanthus sinesis, Near railing Acer palmatum Garnet. To the right of the acer looks like Buxus which is also on opposite
“Like” — snc_pgh
Rhonda Kieson Designs
4 Reviews
Pathways and gates
Ideabooks904
Questions1
The outdoor elements should be every bit as interesting as the home's interior design. This gateway is loaded with tiny yellow roses and is a welcome sight after a long winter season. The grass that lines the path is Liriope (Monkey grass). Small sprigs (6-8 leaves each) were planted 6" apart. It
used in other areas of the country, seemed to have different attributes than Monkey grass. There are many different varieties of Liriope. Check with your local landscape expert to find what type will work best for you.
Fence gate and Lady Banks rose
lady banks roses over the ramada with echiums in foreground?
arbor with yellow rose-like this look for privacy on east border
lady banks roses over the garden gate??
“walkway” — margwin
W.A. Bentz Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
Leighton Residence
Ideabooks1,918
Questions4
Love the rose for my dining room
love the picture rose
Rose painting!...white rose...rose picture...Spa. Rose pic...The rose painting
“Footstool” — cynthiaulanov
Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Custom Homes & Remodel/Additions
Ideabooks1,303
Questions4
What type of climbing rose was used on the front porch? Beautiful!
Like the climbing rose
Loves the roses & flowers
like the roses...Climbing roses...Roses along wall...Roses under eves...Love all the roses
“October mist exterior color” — wannabebuilder
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Ridge Farm
Ideabooks5,770
Questions4
How do you grow the rose of Sharon as a shrub? With pruning?
The purple flowers are rose of Sharon. They grow like crazy here in Ohio. They are in the hibiscus family and can be grown as a tree or shrub a shown
Rose of Sharon (come in white, pink, purple, redd-ish
Plant hydrangea in front of the rose of Sharon
small Rose of Sharon tucked in
like the vines growing on porch and like the rose of sharon in the main garden.
“Rose of Sharon (come in white, pink, purple, redd-ish” — East Chop Gardens
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
Ideabooks5,037
Questions2
box elder hedge with white roses
rose garden with fence
knockout roses with boxwood border
Manicured hedges and roses
hedges with roses inset
rose garden enclosed with boxwood
Boxwood rose garden...white rose bushes
“Garden hedges” — susanpstricker
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Garrett Churchill Inc.
Landscape Design and installation
Ideabooks1,120
Questions2
I love the tree on the left behind the roses! Can you please tell me what it is?
Nelly Stevens holly tree behind roses
Nelly Stevens holly, tree behind roses
the front lawn, pine straw, knock-out roses
Like the clean look...clumped grasses and roses
Nellie Stevens Holly (behind roses)
The roses...love the rose bush...roses liriope
“love the grass” — kdouglas1866
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