24,673 dwarf bamboo Home Design Photos

Monrovia
Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo Nandina domestica 'Compacta'
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Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo Nandina domestica 'Compacta'
Dwarf Nandina Nandina domestica 'Compacta' Nandina is such a common landscape plant that it's easy to overlook its natural beauty — imagine what you'd think if you had never before seen its elegant slender branches, reddish fall foliage and berries. Several container-size types of dwarf nandina share
of the dwarfs look stumpy. USDA zone: 6-11 Water requirement: Low to moderateLight requirement: Full sun or part shade in hot climates Mature size: Dwarfs 2-4 feet tall, 2-3 feet wideGrowing tips: Prune carefully to reveal the stems; cut off stems near the base. Don't lop off branches near the top, which
“Heavenly bamboo for near garage” — hope824
Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Anderson
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Dwarf bamboo. Dry stream. Wood bridge. River rocks.
Bamboo shrub
“Concrete ball” — mlafata
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
Ideabooks30,375
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I live in North Georgia. Can this bamboo survive here, and is bamboo an evergreen?
What type of bamboo is this?
It looks like Japanese bamboo but it's hard to tell without seeing the leaves up close.
What type of bamboo would one use in these planters? Any root barriers needed? Thanks
for the bamboo and loved it.
Thanks for the question, bit hard to answer if this bamboo would survive on the other side of the world but can't see why not as bamboo is originally from Japan & China which get snow. Should be able to handle a Georgian winter
particular bamboo is called Slender Weaver Bamboo or Bambusa textilis Gracillis and is evergreen, but drops leaf litter all year round. For a definitive answer on the bamboo i suggest getting in contact with www.redcloudbamboo.com.au
“contempo” — Intaglio Studio
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Suhr-Brown
Ideabooks938
Questions2
dwarf pine trees, including Japanese black pine (Pinus thunbergii 'Thunderhead', hardy to -20°F) and dwarf Siberian pine (Pinus pumila 'Blue Dwarf', hardy to -30°F), to prostrate
From dwarf pine trees, including Japanese black pine (Pinus thunbergii 'Thunderhead', hardy to -20°F) and dwarf Siberian pine (Pinus pumila 'Blue Dwarf', hardy to -30°F), to prostrate forms of deodar cedar (Cedrus deodara 'Snow Sprite', hardy to 5°F and Cedrus deodara 'Feelin' Blue') and mounding evergreen
From dwarf pine trees, including Japanese black pine (Pinus thunbergii 'Thunderhead', hardy to -20°F) and dwarf Siberian pine (Pinus pumila 'Blue Dwarf', hardy to -30°F), to prostrate forms of deodar cedar (Cedrus deodara 'Snow Sprite', hardy to 5°F and Cedrus deodara 'Feelin' Blue') and mounding evergreen
“different colors and textures” — Michael Mathie Design
Barbara Cannizzaro
oceandesigner
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BED OF DWARF SUNFLOWERS THAT ARE BEXACTLY LIKE THE ONES IN THE PIC. ABOVE IN THE POT,MY QUESTION IS THAT THEY HAVE ALL GROWN SO LARGE AND BOUNTIFUL,EXCEPT THEY HAVNT BLOOMED ANY SUNFLOWER HEADS, THEY ARE JUST ALL GEEN LEAFY VINES WITH SMALL LITTLE BLUE FLOWER TIPS,WHATS GOING ON?SHOULDNT THEY HAVE BLOOMED
the use of the bamboo as shelter
Easy -off the rack bamboo screen
adding some bamboo to your home, here are a few online sources to get your started: Bamboo and Tikis Bamboo Fencer Next: More ideas for designing your outdoor spaces
This transitional space — part indoor, part outdoor— looks cozy and tropical, thanks to the bamboo exterior shades and small woven side
off-the-shelf bamboo pull shade turns a tiny balcony into a spalike space for lounging. This is an affordable solution for renters or people who want instant screening without a lot of tools.
“Combinación de colores” — marialechaves
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
15 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks7,533
Questions8
walk, dwarf myrtle, the front, the porch! I can see it!!
Dwarf Myrtle (Myoporum parviflora) A low-growing evergreen shrub, dwarf myrtle can be kept sheared to a 1-foot height or left
Dwarf Myrtle. Cute. LOVE this whole scene.
Dwarf myrtle. Looks like w/ go well w/ rocks/boulders & taller grasses.
dwarf myrtle as ground cover option
Dwarf Myrtle(Myoporum parviflora)A low-growing evergreen shrub, dwarf myrtle can be kept sheared to a 1-foot height or left on its own to grow up to 2 feet tall. Native to Australia, it takes full sun and is drought tolerant once it's established. This is a great option for those in milder climates
“entrance courtyard” — HomeLife Designs
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Eclectic Estate
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these are dwarf red leaved bananas
are a dwarf red leaved ornamental bananas. Ensete maurelii They are frost tender, but really very lovely.
dwarf red leaved bananas perfect for front gate
dwarf red ornamental bananas
little bamboo
“i need the name of the red plants in the containers i like” — medinaf10
dabah landscape designs
3 Reviews
Japanese style landscaping
Ideabooks9,462
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what do you call the very green low round ball on the far with bamboo looking leaves?
right with bamboo looking leaves?
I like the dwarf conifers but this looks like more of a Denver plant group.
risers - dwarf conifers.
Dwarf evergreens
“Lanscape” — dayapillay
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