36 Red Fusilier Tulip leaves Home Design Photos

Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
Red Fusilier Tulip leaves,Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
Red Fusilier Tulip leaves
“Red Fusilier Tulip” — mattaustincoffey
Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Do you have any issues with deer having access to your yard? If so, how do you keep them from your tulips! I live in Colorado in the foothills and they eat everything.
Rivers of tulips and daffodils. I like the colors of this one, warm pink and red tulips with the yellow, orange, and white of the daffodils.
I love the mixture of daffodils and tulips!
incorporate some bulbs somewhere. Maybe under the fig so it's pretty when there aren't any leaves on the fig early spring
display of daffodils and tulips is always welcome. But the bulbs are a source of toxins that can cause everything
A springtime display of daffodils and tulips is always welcome. But the bulbs are a source of toxins that can cause everything from drooling to convulsions and cardiac problems.
“Tulips!” — dede_pira
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Beautiful color! What is the red plant below windows? Thanks!
Lovely color! What is the red plant below windows? Thank you!!
What is the tree with the purple flowers/leaves called?
The red plant is a weeping cut leaf maple tree. Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson King'. I hope this helps!
red Japanese maple in front of window
l like how there are different colors and types of plants and looks well manicured and yet it isn't messy looking. I like how it frame the front entry way. I like plants that can be cut and placed into vases. I like the shrub underneath the window because it has a red color and adds
Blue and white Pansy's and light pink tulips
“dana” — haifanouaime
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel'). Photo: Wikimedia Commons user Ghislain118, licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 Unported
Crown Imperial Fritillaria imperallis The showiest member of the fritillaria family, the crown imperial is an exotic-looking plant that produces clusters of pendulous 4-inch orange, yellow or red blooms beneath a spiky crown of green leaves. Plant
species tulips. this is "bright gem"
Botanical Tulips- supposedidly bloom longer and better than regular taller tulips...
Botanical (species) tulips - longer lived than hybrid tulips and will multiply
botanical tulip 3-8 full to part
Bulbs- Botanical Tulips Species tulips Often overshadowed by their taller cousins, species tulips are nevertheless much longer lived. In fact, while hybrid tulips tend to fizzle after a year or
“ns1” — damanjeri
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
What is the name of this red leaf bush in the foreground?
Mountains west of Sydney (1000m elevation). It flowers earlier in warmer climates and later in colder climates. In Autumn the leaves colour in a range of vibrant hues from orange to red before dropping for the winter dormancy period.
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.
Queen’ as well as more recent introductions such as ‘Tamukeyama’ and ‘Red Dragon’. These cut-leafed trees, botanically called dissectum, rarely surpass a height of 8 feet and a spread of 12 feet.
“To plant: cherry blossom trees.” — siltons
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
How do you keep leaves off that beautiful path made of loose stones?
I have an area of my garden that has three huge Kwanzan cherry trees overhanging it. They drop a ton of leaves during the fall, which I collect and mulch, but I would like to put
put a soft (no digging, which would hurt the roots) path like the one pictured alongside them and can't figure out how I would get the (usually) wet leaves off its surface without raking the path up with them. Suggestions? Thanks!!
hey whats that red flowering tree calles?
bright red japanese maple against the green plants and fence - idea for courtyard
trees in the fall. Red is used to attract, as in juicy strawberries and vibrant red tulips — but also to warn, as in poisonous mushrooms and hot chili peppers. Thinking about this dual nature of red, it makes sense that people tend to either love it or hate it in their homes. Red can be cheerful and
“path, plants & ornamental statue” — vlstew54
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
50s remodel
Like the splash of red/orange with the gray
bright room, red mid century chairs, lt. grey blue rug, wood floor, white walls
This is our colours with the browns and reds
The glossy leaves of a Lacy Tree become more deeply cut as they grow, hence the name.
“Lighting” — lisepaulmatt
Applegate Tran Interiors
12 Reviews
Gioi Tran
Saarinen Tulip Table | Room and Board
Walls, birds, chair rug, tulip table
Love the birds but should do a red wall with white birds
13. Make plain walls flyWith so many wall sticker designs to choose from these days, you never have to leave a wall blank again. We love how much attention is drawn to this boxed-in kitchen zone. Bird stickers fly up from the bench to the ceiling, and the owners
“gorgeous” — tracylpaterson
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