69,167 Ornamental Trees Home Design Photos

Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
South Cove Residence
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Large trees of 8" and 10" caliper were planted to add a feeling of maturity to the landscape while creating a sense of intimate scale. Photo Credit: Westphalen Photography
Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.
What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom
Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....
ornamental grasses and lavender beneath ornamental tree
Salvia and ornamental grass beneath flowering tree. Spectacular.
japanese tree lilac and morning light miscanthus
Base of tree for front yard.
THe Ivory Silk Tree, blue fescue grass w salvia May NIght
Amenlanchier Tree (tree lilac)- drought tolerant
beautiful understory - smaller tree- white flowering... trees of about 25' to 30' max?
“Layout” — Timeless Interior Design
Liquidscapes
10 Reviews
Howard Roberts
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framing ornamental trees, dogwoods and redbuds look wonderful with boxwood. Other evergreens create a wonderfully rich, year-round texture palette with boxwood.
framing ornamental trees, dogwoods and redbuds look wonderful with boxwood. Other evergreens create a wonderfully rich, year-round texture palette with boxwood.”
framing ornamental trees, dogwoods and redbuds look wonderful 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
ering trees and shrubs at this time, as doing so will remove their flower power until next year.
“hedge with grasses in front” — caligrl
Mozaic Landscapes
5 Reviews
Renovation in Palo Alto
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Green tree with raised planter for seating
Tree in middle of patio- planter
arbor, tree in patio, off porch
some trees near the patio. Like the staggered planting here.
Like this tree at edge of deck?
Like the tree and square at bottom
maple tree scraping.
Patio tree. Pergola
like tree in stone planter
patio tree house overhangs
do brick around courtyard tree
Tree off of the patio
Platter box for tree
Tree by side of house
Raised beds for trees
Tree in elevated bed.
Tree plnater...ornamental tree...Ornamental trees...Red tree...Tree in well?...tree planter...tree shield...trees in patio...tree in planter...shade tree
“planter” — permutfamily
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Plant of the Week — Serviceberry
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Downy serviceberry - very neat tree
The downy serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea) is an ornamental tree that changes dramatically yet gracefully with the seasons, providing year-round interest. Even when stripped of leaves during winter
Serviceberry tree---in line along solarium. Blooms about the same time as daffodils & tulips.
berry-love trees that bloom and have fragrance
I really like the way this tree changes colors.
“must have” — birdlake
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Entry Court
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name of trees they are small and can go in small areas
Front? Grove of trees in centre?
around trees and shrubs, bricks not only keep small rocks away, but they also highlight whatever is growing within the border. This may be a good option if you have any ornamental trees that you'd like to draw interest to.
Like to know the name of trees, they are small and can go in small areas.
around trees and shrubs, bricks not only keep small rocks away, but they also highlight whatever is growing within the border. This may be a good option if you have any ornamental trees that you'd like to draw interest to.
grove of trees set in masses of perennials that leads guests off into the garden. The tighter and more off-center the trees, the better. I take great pleasure in sourcing gnarly trees for these type of installations. Cultural expectations are powerful, and some folks will never be comfortable in these
“Unsealed Asphalt driveway with brick border” — Sunflower Designs
Terra Rubina
1 Review
Formal in Noe Valley
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On a smaller scale, plants can work in conjunction with fences or walls to expand their height. This may be done with small, ornamental trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces.
Like to surround the fruit trees with
small, ornamental trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
“Plant grouping” — lucracia
Shannon Malone
Exterior
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Love the trees with purple flowers
wonderful ornamental tree to use anywhere in your yard. Make sure to allow enough room for its spread when planting it next to your house, sidewalk or driveway.It's a good choice next to a patio (see first photograph). Its form adds sculpture, its flowers add color and its leaves provide dappled shade.
“Trees” — pisces6
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks823
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of the trees with the brilliant red-orange foliage? Thank you!
having one ornamental tree. •The root systems spread quickly and far, so dig a hole that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height. •Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots. •Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil
touch the tree's trunk. •If conditions are dry or if you plant during the summer, make sure the tree is watered regularly, but be careful not to overwater. •To keep the tree from spreading, prune any suckers that emerge from the base.
the red tree and the mound of rocks.
behind trees, it seems alluring and mysterious.
Planting notes. Rhus typhina can take over your yard if you're not careful, so I would not recommend planting it with the expectation of having one ornamental tree.The root systems spread quickly and far, so dig a hole that is about three to four times
“sumac” — Jessica
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