27,866 Italian cypress Home Design Photos

Verdance Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Classical entryway
Ideabooks42,413
Questions20
Nice but ... What to do when the Italian cypresses grow?
South FL. Lovely application. I'm particularly interested in the Italian Cypress - again, would they work in 4 season climate? Thanks
Hi I like look of Italian thin trees kind tall I have smaller house would be that look odd for privacy
compact Italian cypress that was patented by Monrovia Nurseries: ... . Thanks for asking! —John
Mary, I assume you mean the narrow, upright cypress trees
'Tiny Tower' is a patented variety of Italian cypress, botanical name Cupressus sempervirens, developed by Monrovia Growers
would choose the plants that fit the aesthetic look you prefer: the Italian Cypress used here work well with a formal, classic style, while bamboo species
“Tiny tower” — fxbyrneiii
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
10 Reviews
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
Ideabooks4,869
Questions5
Italian Cypress tress which are hardy in USDA zones 7-11
Italian Cypress Tree (Skyrocket Juniper is good for Texas)
We can plant the vertical cypress by the neighbors side
In contrast, these Italian cypress trees (Cupressus sempervirens, zones 7 to 10) create a different feeling
italian cypress...Italian cypress - tall...Italian cypress trees...Itialian cypress trees!...Italian cypress; patio; orange
“I like the size of this table - seats 6” — Chris Kaiser
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks2,417
Questions3
random italian cypress
cypress w/grasses at the base...Nice Italian cypresses...Nice tiny tower Italian cypresses...Italian and color of house...Ellwood's Pillar Lawson Cypress...Gate and italian cypress...italian cypress
“Exterior” — mahler44
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Contemporary La Jolla - landscape architecture, courtyard, pool, italian cypress
Ideabooks1,407
Questions2
Contemporary La Jolla - landscape architecture, courtyard, pool, italian cypress
what are those short shrubs planted between cypress trees?
Italian cypress flanking our outdoor fireplace blocking the neighbors
Love the shrubs inbetween cypress trees...Like these Italian Cypress trees...cypress and grass/stone combo...Tall cypress!...Italian Cyprus Korean Fir Tree...Italian Cypress Tree...Italian cypress...Cypress Trees. Unique to landscape
“Roof edge garden” — Nancy Jane
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks5,522
Questions5
These are Italian Cypress .
What do you like about this photo? Plants, olive, cypress, grounds
MULTISTEM TREE AND ITALIAN CYPRESS...skinny trees=italian cypress...Italian cypress...Italian Cypress as vertical elements
“Pavers” — sleland
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
Ideabooks3,793
Questions1
They are called prince cypress....Italian cypress trees...Cypresses and hedges...Love the cypress trees!...italian cypree trees...Italian cypress...Love cypress
“una” — namalhero
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Entry Rose Garden with Statue
Ideabooks918
Questions0
Italian cypress marks the entry and calls you forward, and as you ascend the steps to the house past the privacy hedges, you look to the left and right
rectangular and square shapes we often see. Sitting among the towering Italian cypress, the lower-height roses add visual interest and depth.
Italian cypress marks the entry and calls you forward, and as you ascend the steps to
rectangular and square shapes we often see. Sitting among the towering Italian cypress, the lower-height roses add visual interest and depth.More:Roses: Crowning
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks8,378
Questions7
Italian Cypress - to my mind this is a bit too formal and would really have to lineup
Italian Cypress in natural form (tall skinny trees)
appears to be centered with the arched window and is balanced with Italian cypress.
column is more contemporary than traditional, but it's a good balance to the cypress on either side of the window and provides a sense of privacy in this front
planting and use of pencil cypresses...italian cypress on sides of window
“Fountain” — Arron Diedrich
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