6,384 Evergreen Home Design Photos

Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Landscape and Pool Design
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grasses , evergreens and other plantings ...could something like this apply to our back firepit?
Tall evergreen trees should be planted 10 to 20 feet apart in rows or clusters for maximum effect.
Tall evergreen trees should be planted 10 to 20 feet apart in rows or clusters for maximum effect.
ground, and evergreen.
“Natural but organized look will never go out of style” — angela550
Liquidscapes
10 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks1,422
Questions2
frame both evergreen and deciduous outcroppings. They also serve as a good backdrop for showing hardy perennial and evergreen bedding plants.
Other evergreens create a wonderfully rich, year-round texture palette with boxwood.”
Other evergreens create a wonderfully rich, year-round texture palette with boxwood.
Other evergreens create a wonderfully rich, year-round texture palette with boxwood.
Shear and shape plants. Prune immature fruit trees if necessary and shear evergreen shrubs to maintain shape. Ornamental grasses, as well as perennials like esperanza (Tecoma stans), firebush (Hamelia patens) and
prune evergreen shrubs, such as boxwood (Buxus spp) and dwarf yaupon (Ilex vomitoria); it will stimulate attractive new growth for spring. Deciduous shade trees should be pruned in February too. Remove any diseased, dead or crossing branches.Get a head start on spring by planting vegetable and flower
“hedge with grasses in front” — caligrl
Le jardinet
Holiday Container Gardens
Ideabooks1,348
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plant. Evergreen plants are a valuable addition to the winter landscape and home, but let’s face it, sometimes they can be a bit boring. Landscape designer Karen Chapman solves this problem by artfully including a silk magnolia flower (the real ones don’t last long) and branches. You can give a potted
Insert evergreens from the garden — such as cedar, juniper and fir — into the moist soil; they will keep fresh for weeks.
Insert evergreens from the garden — such as cedar, juniper and fir — into the moist soil; they will keep fresh for weeks. Hanukkah highlights: This elegant, monochromatic design could easily be enhanced with silver and blue glass baubles.
Insert evergreens from the garden — such as cedar, juniper and fir — into the moist soil; they will keep fresh for weeks.Hanukkah highlights: This elegant, monochromatic design could easily be enhanced with silver and blue glass baubles.
“yes” — Covillo Landscape
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks4,883
Questions3
remain evergreen. Can be used as a hedge or stand alone.
evergreen, Mr. Bowling Ball in the
is an evergreen plant that has very glossy deep green leaves year-round. When to plant: Ideally in the fall, but you can plant it in mid to late spring, after the last frost.
just use evergreens trimmed into shapes that will unite the small garden design. Or look to famous gardens such as Vita Sackwell-West's Sissinghurst, where her white border is a great lesson on how to restrict planting to one color to unify a small space.
shaped evergreens gives a Dr. Seuss–like appeal to this space.
“Boxwoods” — kenlutz3
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Ideabooks2,067
Questions1
is an evergreen grass that will tolerate exceptionally wet conditions — even standing water. Seen in the foreground, it has blades much stiffer than those of its partner here, Japanese forest grass. The soft mounds of Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'), seen behind the sweet flag, are
is an evergreen grass that will tolerate exceptionally wet conditions — even standing water. Seen in the foreground, it has blades much stiffer than those of its partner here, Japanese forest grass. The soft mounds of Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'), seen behind the sweet flag, are
is an evergreen grass that will tolerate exceptionally wet conditions — even standing water. Seen in the foreground, it has blades much stiffer than those of its partner here, Japanese forest grass.The soft mounds of Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'), seen behind the sweet flag, are
“ferns and stone” — neuronurd
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Campbell
Ideabooks5,551
Questions7
evergreen closest to bottom of screen
around evergreen as alternate to trees
fence, evergreens
“LOVE the fence!” — holly07
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
26 Reviews
Shanti Garden
Ideabooks2,461
Questions1
nice plantings in front of evergreens
Love the variety Evergreen, hydrangea, grasses along back fence
check for evergreen ones that aren't deciduous
small evergreens form back "fence"
Tall evergreens with hydrangea
Hydrangeas, blue evergreen trees, hostas
combos Tall evergreens in back
Evergreens for background
Tall evergreens
“hydrangeas in border with stargazer lilies” — lhatcher1956
Allan Malouf Studio
French Chateaux
Ideabooks491
Questions0
pieces. Use evergreen plant material to create a classic backdrop and feel free to add colorful flowers around the base to set it off. Tip: A statue can be very heavy. Make sure you know where it is going before having it delivered and choose the location wisely, as it will be difficult to move after it is
pieces. Use evergreen plant material to create a classic backdrop and feel free to add colorful flowers around the base to set it off.
pieces. Use evergreen plant material to create a classic backdrop and feel free to add colorful flowers around the base to set it off.Tip: A statue can be very heavy. Make sure you know where it is going before having it delivered and choose the location wisely, as it will be difficult to move after it is
“Statue” — dayzie73
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