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Riverhouse Living Room
Is the plant real or a really good fake? If fake, where can I get one?
Looks like the plant belongs to the fern family
Get strategic with your house plants! An easy way to create a certain ambience in your home and its good for you too
Think this is a Kentish Palm they survive in most indoor environments” “Palm trees are good against windows for the lines.” “like the plant for my
Bring in some life with a plant. High-rise homes often have large columns that can make the corner space even more awkward. In this home a tall plant adds a wild shape and large sprigs of green to all the clean, modern lines and neutral colors
brown leaves once or twice a year, or as you see them appearing. The old foliage of many palms needs to be periodically removed and doesn't mean the plant is struggling.
“infront of window” — marilynjorge
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
galeobdolon 'Variegatum' (common name dead nettle or silver nettle). It's extremely fast growing and invasive. It's fine in a container but I would not plant in the garden unless you don't mind it spreading everywhere! It's like mint in the way it grows and runs in the garden. I hope this helps!
right zone good color and texture
sweet round water feature with plants
Dead nettle (Lamium purpureum, zones 3 to 8) can spread in dry shade, in rocky outcroppings, under pines, in dense
Dead nettle (Lamium purpureum, zones 3 to 8) can spread in dry shade, in rocky outcroppings, under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems. I'
“leave chairs” — lamapost1
Creative Interiors by Kim
6 Reviews
Pergola in Spring!
roots and promote growth, or was mine simply pouting? I have just moved to a new location and would like to know if it would be worth the effort to plant another one?
If I were going to plant another wisteria I would install some kind of root barrier in the ground surrounding the outside of the root system (see link below). The upper vines
I just planted a wisteria that my neighbour had grown from one of his wisterias and it grew no problem so I don't know why yours wouldn't. Just make sure you buy
around the wisteria and wrap a frost blanket around them; fill with dried leaves. Also consider planting a permanent evergreen windbreak upwind from the wisteria, to further shelter your plant.
Zones 3-4 Look for a winter-hardy variety of wisteria, such as Blue Moon of the wisteria floribunda species
“wisteria” — michelleworralltilton
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
City Townhouse
Can you tell me the name of the verigated plant at the front of this picture?
What are the plants in the back container and are they zone 4 tolerate
It's a Hebe variegata. It has purple blooms 2 times in the season, loves the sun! here's a link for more info http://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/3495/variegated-hebe.php#.ULQPLI6DiME I hope this helps!
variety of plants/ grasses; round planter
Texture of container plantings, low containers
Love these feathery plants too. Color is amazing for Creston.
“potted plants” — sjjddillon
Schell Brothers
1 Review
The Kingfisher
Hi, Just wondering what the bright green foliage under the Banana Plants might be? Love the contrast and would love to use them in my newly planned tropical garden Thanks!
Like how there are different zones or "rooms"
Tiers different paver sizes Plants
Patio with lots of potted plants
Like the pots with banana plant
“Everthing” — shan__06
Koreman Landscape Company
2 Reviews
Our work
Are the 5 plants juniper timo?
trees to consider include: Colorado blue spruce (Picea pungens, zones 2 to 7), shown here Alaska cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis, zones 4 to 8) White fir (Abies concolor, zones 4 to 7) American arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis, zones 3 to 8)
Can any of these plants live in dense shade
mass planting of small conifers in front
Mixed with other woody plants, creeping juniper adds texture and contrast, especially when used with false cypress (Chamaecyparis spp) or blue spruce
tall and dense.When planting a windbreak close to buildings, it’s especially important to select trees with strong wood to help prevent storm damage. Plan to enlist the help of a certified arborist to keep your trees healthy and ensure a long life.
“evergreen slope” — krshorey
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
a separate plant next to itself to keep that "contained" / clean look.
what is the fabulous purple plant .. and what zone??
Can these plants grow in Colorado's dry climate
What is the plant directly above
What type of plants? Hearty?
I'm not sure if it really is that simple to keep them. I tried something similar but they grow upward and sideways. To keep this look I have to keep pruning them. If they are planted together like this they grow the direction of sunlight. They don't just split up
the homeowner replies: Don"t be fooled, all plants take some type of maintenance and all containers take editing over time. Succulents are so easy to trim and the bonus is that you get new plants to add to another area of the garden. This grouping is very low maintenance
“succulent garden” — ccdluna
Urban Green
Shayan House
What kind of plants are these?
The large plant in the area covered with rock is a Draceena draco (Canary Islands Dragon Tree) and the small succulents are Agave victoriae-reginae (Queen Victoria Agave). Between concrete pads is Dymondia margaretae which will take light foot traffic and stay quite low to the ground.
I like the pebbles tree and plants
Palm trees and small greenery planted/surrounded
“The layout” — pastorprice
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