125,792 cedar tree Home Design Photos

Michelle
Frenchflair
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Need faster growing trees, what can mimic this look?
I love the look of the weeping alaskan cedar with the common cedar but it will take too long to achieve that look. Can you suggest 3 trees to mimic this look?
what kind of trees are in the back on the left
weeping Alaskan cedar prefers full sun exposures, though it tolerates partial shade. It grows best in moist, slightly acidic to neutral soil with excellent drainage. Protect trees from southwest winds. . Thank you for your nice comment and good luck ! I agree with you: it's a gorgeous tree.
weeping or pendulous tree, Alaskan cedar
Weeping Alaska cedar, weeping hemlock, cryptomeria
Good mix of flowers and trees
Add a weeping or pendulous tree. This may sound simplistic, but weeping and pendulous plants do help us feel relaxed
“back yard - colors.” — lauradoughty
CULTivation D.S
4 Reviews
The Projector House
Ideabooks690
Questions2
like a perspective drawing, further encouraging the eye toward the lake. L’Esperance’s brother, who lives just across the lake, cut down a white cedar tree from his yard and cut it into sections. L’Esperance then debarked, sanded and stained the pieces to create multiple end tables, seen throughout the
like a perspective drawing, further encouraging the eye toward the lake. L’Esperance’s brother, who lives just across the lake, cut down a white cedar tree from his yard and cut it into sections. L’Esperance then debarked, sanded and stained the pieces to create multiple end tables, seen throughout the
“Sunroom” — tm2361
Urban Landscape
19 Reviews
Urban Landscape Design & Construction
Ideabooks967
Questions0
What a sky! Note the way the shot is framed between those cypress (cedar?) trees.
“shape” — jupiter147
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Side yard
Ideabooks1,149
Questions1
These trees are 'Emerald Green' arborvitae. Thanks!
sure to re-use our cedar trees” “i like these evergreen looking trees & the pine needle mulch around them” ““These trees are 'Emerald Green' arborvitae. Thanks!”” “thr privacy these trees offer for your patio” “wonderful Idea with the cedar, would have to find a hardier similar tree, but lovely and private
Pine trees for side yard privacy
We have to make sure to re-use our cedar trees
i like these evergreen looking trees & the pine needle mulch around them
“These trees are 'Emerald Green' arborvitae. Thanks!”
thr privacy these trees offer for your patio
wonderful Idea with the cedar, would have to find a hardier similar tree, but lovely and private green oasis
“arborvitae” — cypress
Eclectic Landscape
Ideabooks1,824
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Emerald Cedar plants that ate better than Italian Cypress
Trees for fence line
Privacy from the trees
Emerald cedar- smaradg arborvitae
cedar trees...cypress tree wall...Trees and gravel...Emerald cedar...gravel & trees...Tree wall...WALL OF TREES...love the trees...Privacy trees...tree fence...juniper trees
“privacy” — bethann69
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
30 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks1,795
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What type of tree is the medium sized evergreen in the left foreground of this photo? I love it's shape and structure.
Like the texture of the "Deodar Cedar" tree in left foreground.
Raised planter for trees on slope
Deodar cedar- front left
Cedar tree...Deodar Cedar
“Garden” — jamescoady
Art Gems
4 Reviews
Adirondack Style Inside & Out
Ideabooks1,339
Questions0
Trees on sides to make private Cedar trees?
a little too rustic, but I like the cedar trees and the flowers
Could use our old cedars
Cedar trellis
“bee balm” — barbliles
Papazian R.A.
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
Ideabooks2,112
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What kind of mulch did you use around the tree??
Hi Kathy, I grew up in a house in NY that had those old asbestos shingles, with a fake wood grain(!). In this case, it being Oregon, we had ample cedar available to us to do real wood siding. It came pre-primed and ready to paint. Let me know if you'd want me to discuss providing architectural services
like the way the edging is done on the big tree
houses in this part of Southeast Portland were built by the same developer, who consistently used painted cedar siding. And when Papazian had to tear out the original siding, he replaced it with cedar Tyvek siding.
removes thatch and any debris from the fall and winter. If you look closely at this picture, you'll see the lawn is a little bare, and except for the trees and a few shrubs there aren't many plants, but it's beautifully kept and very pleasing — a lovely, peaceful place in which to relax.See more of this
“Cleaned-up!” — bybeea7
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