2,791 blue atlas cedar Home Design Photos

Cannon Hill ResidenceTERRABELLA, inc.
serpentine Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’, zones 6 to 9).
rusted agricultural hog wire repurposed as a trellis for a serpentine Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’, zones 6 to 9).
serpentine Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’)
wire grid over sheets of siding, love the cedar too
sections of rusted agricultural hog wire repurposed as a trellis for a serpentine Blue Atlas Cedar
serpentine Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca’,
Newly fabricated metal. Industrial accents need not all be antiques, nor do they need to be stand-alone pieces of art. Here we see sections of rusted agricultural hog wire repurposed as a trellis for a serpentine Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica
Blue Atlas Cedar FenceJay Sifford Garden Design
hooked blue atlas cedars. I built an adjustable height support out of painted PVC, threaded steel rods, bamboo, nuts and washers so that the cedars could be trained in an appropriate way. This is one week after installation. The color of the cedar foliage perfectly complements the smoke tree, the Japanese
weeping blue atlas cedar , crimson queen japanese maple, purple smoke bush
weeping blue atlas cedar with burgundy background plants
I designed and installed this "fence" using serpentine and hooked blue atlas cedars. I built an adjustable height support out of painted PVC, threaded steel rods, bamboo, nuts and washers so that the cedars could be trained in an appropriate way
The Weepers and the Creepers: 10 Intriguing Trees for Your Garden (2 / 11) Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula') This North African cedar
Monochromatic gardensPersonal Garden Coach
giant ice-blue succulents mark the entrance into this garden whose color theme is enhanced by blue grasses and a striking blue container. Design credit; http://www.lotusland.org/ Photo credit; Personal Garden Coach
love the blue tones of the gardent
Blue agaves and blue atlas cedars
Afaves; blue atlas cedars; blue fescue grasses;
Blue in the garden Green compliments, but so do pink, purple and yellow.
Blue in the garden. From the silvery blue-green spears of agave to the violet-blue of the iris, you can find every shade
Blue in the garden. From the silvery blue-green spears of agave to the violet-blue of the iris, you can find every shade of blue in the garden. Notice which blues you are most drawn to there, then widen your view to take in the colors surrounding them — green is a natural pairing, but
serpentine blue atlas cedar, a prostrate larch or hemlock, or a ghostly Alaskan cedar.
serpentine blue atlas cedar, a prostrate larch or hemlock, or a ghostly Alaskan cedar. These are all guaranteed to bring out the inner child. One word of warning: Don't go overboard, lest your garden look like a carnival freak show.
serpentine blue atlas cedar, a prostrate larch or hemlock, or a ghostly Alaskan cedar. These are all guaranteed to bring out the inner child. One word of warning: Don't go overboard, lest your garden look like a carnival freak show.
Queen Anne ModernBerger Partnership
these Blue Atlas Cedars need to be pruned in order to keep them in check? I thought they can get quite wide. Thank you
Atlas Cedar. Cool isn't it?!
Blue Atlas Cedar along fence
It's a Blue Atlas...Blue atlas cedar
the blue trim and the magnolia tree, the egg grill is pretty cool too!
especially the blue one.
trees, Blue Atlas Cedars and Lacebark Elms. Lighting: Vintage Barn Sconce, Restoration Hardware; stone for wall: Austin stone; pavers around pool: Pennsylvania bluestone
like blue detail
is the blue green grass? Thanks
It's blue dune lyme grass. It can be somewhat invasive, but so can many grasses and, if you don't mind occasionally keeping it in check, can be a great grass for hot dry areas and on slopes. The color is absolutely awesome, looking great with purples and burgundies.
blue dune lyme grass. hot, dry areas, slopes. plant to restrict invasiveness.
blue atlas cedar coneflower dianthus lyme grass roxanne geranium russian sage salvia weeping conifer
Jay Sifford Garden Design Hi Dave. Thanks for the inquiry. It's blue dune lyme grass. It can be somewhat invasive, but so can many grasses and, if you don't mind occasionally keeping it in check, can be a great grass for hot dry
Davidson residenceSurrounding Landscapes inc.
I like the weeping blue atlas cedar
Blue Atlas Cedar...weeping cedar
Grace Design AssociatesMargie Grace - Grace Design Associates
in the blue pot on the right side of the photo is a serpentine form Blue Atlas Weeping Cedar (Cedrus atlantica glauca pendula).
Blue atlas in blue pot, glass pebbles to look like water, rocks, maples
--use of blue weeping cedar in the blue pot set against terracotta coloured wall
Form Blue Atlas Weeping Cedar AKA Cedrus Atlantica Glauca Pendula (In Blue Pot on Right Side)
One of my FAVORITE FOR A ZEN GARDEN AREA. Wow just beautiful and love the evergreens. Do hi koi trees grow here? I love the blue twisty every green tree at right also
in the blue pot on the right side of the photo is a serpentine form Blue Atlas Weeping Cedar (Cedrus atlantica glauca pendula). Buddha
Michael Glassman DesignsMichael Glassman & Associates
weeping cedar is perfect - will that survive in zone 6
It's a Weeping serpentine Cedar
Blue atlas cedar & ornamental grasses
Weeping atlas cedar
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