38,267 Italian cypress Home Design Photos

Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
10 Reviews
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
Ideabooks4,701
Questions5
Italian Cypress tress which are hardy in USDA zones 7-11
Italian Cypress Tree (Skyrocket Juniper is good for Texas)
Italian cypress trees (Cupressus sempervirens, zones 7 to 10)
vertical cypress by the neighbors side
Nice hedge border with Italian cypresses
In contrast, these Italian cypress trees (Cupressus sempervirens, zones 7 to 10) create a different feeling. Their narrow, upright forms infuse the space with energy, especially
“italian cypress” — justindk
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks2,254
Questions3
Italian cypress trees & Elijah grass nice ideas for down at garage--drought tolerant.
Italian Cypress, straddling windows instead of garage
Ellwood's Pillar Lawson Cypress
Gate and italian cypress
random italian cypress
cypress w/grasses at the base
Nice Italian cypresses
Cypress trees and grasses
italian cypress trees
Nice tiny tower Italian cypresses
italian cypress...cypress trees...Italian Cypress
“LIke the color” — anniem4821
Verdance Landscape Design
1 Review
Classical entryway
Ideabooks35,322
Questions10
the Italian Cypress - again, would they work in 4 season climate? Thanks
Nice but ... What to do when the Italian cypresses
Hi, beautiful work !!! I live in Ecuador and Italian Cypress (cupressus sempervirens) has adapted extremely well to our zone, I´m also in last semester of landscape design
The skinny evergreens are 'Tiny Tower' Italian cypress, see ... These grow somewhat narrower than columnar junipers, and have a darker green color than 'Skyrocket,' which tends to be a bit blue-green
pinnacle of this work.) If you really love the cypress and no other species will do, you could take advantage of its slow growth: enjoy it while it's young, and replace it with another when it ultimately gets too large for your liking.
“backyard option” — farrah1one
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks5,361
Questions5
These are Italian Cypress .
NOTE MULTISTEM TREE AND ITALIAN CYPRESS
What do you like about this photo? Plants, olive, cypress, grounds
italian cypress + olive (olea europa)
tall italian cypress
Italian Cypress as vertical elements
Italian cypress
“Tree shrub in corner” — mwaldronbooth
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Contemporary La Jolla - landscape architecture, courtyard, pool, italian cypress
Ideabooks1,285
Questions1
Contemporary La Jolla - landscape architecture, courtyard, pool, italian cypress
Love the shrubs inbetween cypress trees
what are those short shrubs planted between cypress trees?
Like these Italian Cypress trees
cypress and grass/stone combo
Cypress Trees. Unique to landscape
Trees - Italian cypress
Italian Cypress Tree
Tall cypress!...Italian cypress...Cypress, plantings...Italian Cypress
“Italian Cypress Tree” — scotbertolo
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Entry Rose Garden with Statue
Ideabooks846
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 to discover seating, low planters, topiary and wall art. In an instant, you’ve traversed the gap between formal and friendly. Lenkin Design: Landscaping
The circular design of this rose garden offers a refreshing spin on the traditional rectangular and square shapes we often see. Sitting among the towering Italian cypress, the lower-height roses
design of this rose garden offers a refreshing spin on the traditional 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 Touch of Gardens
“Back yard idea” — ponce6
Pool Environments, Inc.
17 Reviews
Elegant
Ideabooks10,259
Questions8
They look like Italian Cypress. Warning: they can grow VERY tall.
Yes, they are Italian Cypress.
the back wall with italain cypress
Italian cypress trees
Boxwood and Italian trees
Italian Cypress Tree
Italian cypress...The Italian trees...italian pool
“back pool against wall... with water spout” — Maria Rey Marston
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks8,123
Questions7
clever planting and use of pencil cypresses
us cypress to hide drain pipes or cover boring exterior walls
italian cypress on sides of window
Italian Cypress - to my mind this is a
Italian Cypress in natural form (tall skinny trees)
greeted by a tall column-shaped fountain in a front flagstone courtyard. It appears to be centered with the arched window and is balanced with Italian cypress.
the space, allowing house color to be the single bold accent. The water 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 yard (a sense that is reinforced by the low wall that surrounds the entire
“clever planting and use of pencil cypresses” — lizzylarkwhistle
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