Using architectural plants in the garden

Using Architectural Plants in the Garden

❤ Equisetum fluviatile - horsetail reed❤ Using Architectural Plants in the Garden - Tips & Ideas! Horsetail reed (grown the right way) is a great way to add structure to your garden!

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Love this modern fence, private but pretty #landscape | A Collection of Photos

Clean-lined wood slat fence: privacy screen or to hide ugly outdoor stuff like garbage cans or heat pumps.

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For the under-utilised west-facing garden, a landscape gardener suggested installing French doors off the bedroom opening onto a deck.

Sanserveria trifasciata 'Laurentii' & Calathea lutea against white plaster finish wall and pond By SALA Design Group

Down tge east fence line Sanserveria trifasciata 'Laurentii' & Calathea lutea against white plaster finish wall and pond By SALA Design Group

Potted plants!

LIKE - downstairs bathroom can be partially under roof like this but also open to exterior & pool use DISLIKE - ignore front tub, lotus pool

Laguna Contemporary Tropical - contemporary - landscape - los angeles - Studio H Landscape Architecture

Papyrus Stalks - "One color, many textures. An all-green planting scheme does a good job of illustrating how our eye reads textures in a single palette. The row of feathery papyrus stalks is silhouetted in front of a retaining wall.

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