8,377 beech hedge Home Design Photos

David Ward
Brewin Dolphin Garden Chelsea Flower Show 2012
Please could you let me know what trees and hedges are featured here. Thanks !
Box ball and the rest look very like copper beech.
stilted hedges...would be good in our backyard
columnar plantings of hornbeam and/or beech
copper-beech stilt hedge with the same mixed planting flowing underneath.
modern smaller gardens.The most popular varieties used for stilted hedges in the U.K. are beech (Fagus sylvatica) and hornbeam (Carpinus betulus), the reason
here in the Brewin Dolphin garden at the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show, stilted hedges extend the height of boundary fences or walls, offering more privacy in
“stilted hedges...would be good in our backyard” — sactonative
Photo courtesy of Carla and Rinus van Lier
described but looks like it could be GG's Red Obelisk Beech tree too......
Just outside the sunroom, the couple planted parallel rows of beech trees to create a leafy walkway. "I wanted to create depth in the planting scheme,
Looks to be a dawyck purple beech...Purple Beech Hedge...Purperea hedges...Hedges around hardscape...purple beech hedge...Privacy hedge...Tall hedges
“Different areas” — Kathi Spencer
Boekel Tuinen
Bergen Modern 'Amsterdam School' Farmhouse
modern and a reed 'Farmhouse roof'. The garden is kept very simple. A wide hedge block embraces the house, except for some openings in it to meet the glass
terrace at the back of the house. Furthermore a lawn, some older trees, extra hedges and a mixed grasses and perennial border completes the rich rural feeling
English garden writer, wrote about creating “harlequin” hedges composed of yew, box, holly, beech and hornbeam to create wonderful winter interest via color
add required structure.European, or common, beech (Fagus sylvatica, zones 4 to 7) makes a superb garden hedge for winter color, though it is a tree not often
Hedges for Garden StructureWinter highlights every detail of a garden’s design, so creating structure within the garden can add interest through the hardest
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Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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David Harber
Armillary Sphere
Beech hedging...Pleached tree hedge...Hedge idea...gravel and hedges combo
“fruit tree fence” — Pam Cullison
Arbordale Landscaping
9 Reviews
Contemporary Poolscape
and stairs. We can see the beginning of the impressive Beech hedge on the left and the Yew hedge on the right. A small plant bed in front of the wall allows
“I” — mrowland
Fenton Roberts Garden Design
3 Reviews
Large family garden
beech hedge
Fenton Roberts Garden Design
3 Reviews
Large family garden
beech hedge
Fenton Roberts Garden Design
3 Reviews
Large family garden
beech hedge
“Rocks II” — candacedonell
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