If you’re out of time and out of money before your party, why bother with floral for the table? Instead, simply add potted houseplants to the tablescape. While plants won’t add the same elegance that flowers bring to the table, you’ll still be able to add color, texture and shape into the mix.
Strategically placed potted plants, border plantings of conifers and ground overs and colorful outdoor furniture acquire a unique symmetry in this highly visual pool design from Tidy Gardens Landscaping Inc.
What an perfect area to spend some alone time potting plants or fun with the family. This amazing outdoor mudroom doubles as a potting station where you can be creative and fun. Packed with DIY projects, this space can easily be achieved at a low cost and all you need is a level surface.
A unique wood and metal sideboard stores drinks and serves the dining space of this colorful and eclectic courtyard. A wood structure that surrounds the space is lined with metal mesh that filters light and screens the outdoor room from surrounding houses. Lush plantings bring the courtyard to life.
This patio makeover included painting the stucco exterior an ocean-like shade of blue and adding several potted plants throughout the space. Dark brown wicker furniture with lime green pillows provides a comfortable place for relaxing, while a stainless steel grilling area makes outdoor entertaining a cinch.
Flowers and plants encircle this outdoor sitting area, making it feel like a natural part of the landscape. A bright blue umbrella complements the chairs on a landing below and offers relief from the sun.
Fresh-cut flowers are a must-have for any kind of soiree; however, flowers can get very pricey. Give your event a similar look with potted floral, which can be used well after the party ends by either keeping it in its vessel or by planting it in the ground.
While the front yard may be small, this home relies on colorful flowering plants to provide a lively outdoor look. Several shrubs and bushes line either side of the entrance, while similar flowers cascade from window boxes and perfectly complement the rust orange shutters.
What was once a steep, underused side yard becomes a private garden retreat with a centerpiece fountain, an expansive courtyard for entertaining and lush green borders in the style of a Charleston/Savannah coastal home. A step by step guide from Landscape Studio demonstrates how hardscaping and landscaping can transform your property into the ideal outdoor space.
This small-ish but gorgeous back yard has a little bit of everything -- a concrete patio area with Adirondak-style chairs, a tiered lawn and a wood deck in the background. Multiple flower beds -- plus potted plants and native trees -- ensure nature is the primary design element in the outdoor space.
A redesigned walkway becomes a veritable art gallery for unique plant and flower combinations, which line the sides of this post-classical Pacific Heights home. Adding a dash of modernism, the bespoke furnishings and personalized architectural touches help to bring the new in with the old.