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Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Pac Heights Penthouse
The plants were owner supplied so we don't have that info, sorry.
Name of the plants please?
container plants...potted plants...plants in pots...The pot plants
“Fence” — piyu7981
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Eclectic Modern Residence
colors is felt to be one of the basic elements of the modern mentality." — Henri MatisseThe use of strong colors in the garden needn't be limited to plants. We can see how these brightly colored cushions, scattered around the horseshoe-shaped seating area and backed by lush foliage, bring this garden to
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Dining Room
Green Plant Placement White Light and fruits
Plant and fruit on table
Plants Soothing colors
“Ideia” — monicapalieraqui
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz
I want to know what plant you have crawling on the wood arch at the fireplace? I live in S.E. TEx. and am having trouble finding plants that will grow in this area successfully!
I love the bushy-looking plant on both sides (particularly the right side) of the fire place with the red flowers and the dark leaves. Could you please tell me the type of plant this is?
like the plants over the top of the fireplace...
Nice outdoor fireplace and plant layout.
seamlessly into the backyard garden with the built-in overhead pergola. The shady addition makes this a great space to spend time in, day or night. Tip: Plants can help add color to a sparse patio design. If a built-in pergola isn't for you, try integrating pots with colorful flowers.
“wonderful grape vines creeping across the archway” — safurm
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
12 Reviews
I like the simple landscaping ideas, a mix or plants in the ground and in pots.
colours used and the type of plant enhance the environment
Colour planting along sides of our lawn
flowering plants on left
Plant arrangement
“all the color” — slcashion
The Garden Design Company
House, roof over door, shapes of planting areas, gravel walk path
group plants in blocks, pea gravel between
most of this resource by watering in the morning (“Consider it your garden’s morning caffeine jolt”), creating watering basins and furrows, grouping plants in blocks and more. Full story: Edible Gardening Essentials: Watering Tips Worth Soaking Up
love the easy care walkway and different plantings - has on old and new charm to it
most of this resource by watering in the morning (“Consider it your garden’s morning caffeine jolt”), creating watering basins and furrows, grouping plants in blocks and more.Full story: Edible Gardening Essentials: Watering Tips Worth Soaking Up
“low borders, garden features” — Micaela Haluko
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Private Paradise Portland Landscaping
the living environment - surrounded by natures finest - for tranquil moments of reflection - (water feature, flagstone patio, stone pathway, native planting, private sitting area, pond, zen garden)
What type of plants did you use in this design?
Plantings amongst the rocks and fact rocks are different shapes, textures and sizes
Don't like the light green grassy plants.. No red foliage or trees. The green shrubs look OK as long as they don't get big for our space and are evergreen. We like Nandina
More natural placement of plants, water, no area that needs mowing
“Pretty” — praske
people using buttermilk, yogurt, and beer as food for the moss in this recipe. Consider, though, that not all plants labelled "moss" are actually mosses. The 2nd & 3rd links show plants called Scotch moss, and Irish moss that are not mosses. Source(s): http://www.ehow.com/how_11697_grow-moss-…
flag stone and gravel patio with creeping plants interspersed.
mixture of flooring materials including plants
“Like this idea for the back space Pavers and stone and grass love the furniture” — Linda Wilkerson
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