2,365 Japanese garden; Japanese maple; Japanes Home Design Photos

Hanabie Design
4 Reviews
Monte Sereno
Ideabooks27
Questions0
Japanese garden; Japanese maple; Japanes
Little japanese garden
Dry garden
“Little japanese garden” — sereyw
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks4,868
Questions3
The red plant is an Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum' - Weeping Japanese Maple. It is deciduous. The colour you see in the photo is the fresh Spring foliage. It also colours beautifully, red and orange, in Autumn.
are now developing a new garden in Exeter in the Southern Highlands of NSW, Australia. We are building a strawbale house and slowly creating our new garden as we watch, and help, the builders. Looking forward to moving in this July and then really getting on with the garden on our beautiful deep basalt
Japanese Maple + Oversized Antique Urn
japanese maple beautiful small trees& grows quickly
Love these draping Japanese maples. And the big vase!
Love the color of Japanese Maple
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally grow best in areas with morning sun and afternoon shade; red-leafed varieties can cope with more sun than can the green cultivars. Indeed, the sun intensifies the red pigments, which act as
“To plant: cherry blossom trees.” — siltons
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks1,780
Questions2
Looks great. What type of Japanese Maple is that? Thanks!
might be a orange dream jap maple
Ryusen Maple - one of my favorite trees for a small garden.
love the species of maple and the potted arrangement
Japanese maples are the little black dress of landscaping; they go with everything.
neon lime colored japanese maple against a stone wall
You might think of red when you think of Japanese maples, but they come in neon lime too. Isn't this one stunning?
“Japanese maple in planter” — ekubicki
Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
Carmel
Ideabooks2,629
Questions4
What is the name of this Japanese maple cultivar? Thank you.
stome facade retainer wall with steps for perimeter of garden
Front Yard: plants to go with the maple
japanese maple for my small garden-orangish
Botanical name: Acer palmatum; many cultivars Common names: Japanese maple; many cultivars USDA zones: 5-8 Water
Botanical name: Acer palmatum; many cultivarsCommon names: Japanese maple; many cultivarsUSDA zones: 5-8Water requirement: RegularSun requirement: Soft dappled shade or morning sun with afternoon shade is best; too much sun will scorch its leaves.Mature size: 15-25' tall x 10-25' spread maximum, depending
“jappanese maple” — wjh102969
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
Ideabooks19,749
Questions5
what type of japanese maple is this
Are there 2 Japanese Maples here or is it a double stem tree?
Hi there - the driveway, which you can't see in this photo, is gravel. The entrance path is flagstone and the path to the back garden is gravel.
Not afraid to have a Japanese maple of height.
Fireglow Jap Maple - shade to sun garden - foliage + stone
Emperor 1 japanese maple grows 15 to 25 feet.
"Bloodgood Emperor" japanese maple - grow upright and can reach 15 - 25 feet height
Other Japanese maples, such as the red-leafed ‘Bloodgood’, Emperor 1 and coral bark maple (Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’), have an upright growth pattern and typically reach 15 to 25 feet in height. Not all Japanese maples are created equal. My experience has shown that
“big tree ideas” — welsht
Monrovia
Golden Japanese Forest Grass
Ideabooks1,662
Questions0
Photo by John Glover Golden Japanese Forest Grass / Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' A graceful, colorful groundcover for shady areas. Slender stems hold bright yellow foliage with thin green stripes having the effect of a tiny bamboo. Great in containers.
Golden Japanese Forest Grass / Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' Zones 3 - 9
Japanese Forest Grass - side garden around rocks
Japanese forest grass for garden; good in shade
Japanese Forest Grass: partial shade to full sun
Monrovia Japanese Forest Grass (Halonechloa macra ‘Aureola’) A favorite of gardeners since its introduction
Japanese Forest Grass 2' X 3' at maturity
Japanese forest grass can go in shade
golden Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Sekkan-sugi', zones 6 to 9), which would provide a four-season backdrop and scale.
“Japanese forest grass” — janetsg
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks2,129
Questions2
idea of boxwood, or japanese holly as round mounds, combined with looser plants- and small trees in intimate space
Weeping Specimen Maple - suggested for front garden of 50' lot.
love the combination of Japanese maple and the lower shrubs
Weeping Japanese Maples - Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum & Japanese boxwood - Buxus microphylla
Now this courtyard is filled with bursts of color, thanks to a blend of Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum', USDA zones 5 to 8), Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla var. japonica, zones 5 to 9) and Mexican orange blossom (Choisya ternata, zones 7 to 10).
“hoops” — padams_84
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks17,725
Questions9
I have an area of my garden that has three huge Kwanzan cherry trees overhanging it. They drop a ton of
Japanese Maple, there are many varieties.
If I'm not mistaken, that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple. His name is due to the intense orange color they usually get during fall and earlier spring. Japanese Maple take a lot time to grow, that's why as bigger
Dark colored fence. Bloodgood japanese maple
bright red japanese maple against the green plants and fence - idea for
Por el árbol. Especie japanese maple
love pop of color from japanese maple
that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple.
Some varieties of Japanese maple can be disappointing in our mild climate, with their leaves simply turning brown and crunchy and clinging to the tree until spring growth pushes them off. For great fall color in your garden, shop for Japanese maples cloaked in fall color.
“path, plants & ornamental statue” — vlstew54
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