828 fence star jasmine Home Design Photos

Tim Davies Landscaping
City Beach
Ideabooks1,611
Questions2
No, the star jasmine is not too messy at all.
How to deal with a boundary fence
Star Jasmin across a wire balustrade
star jasmine uplighting
star jasmine highlighted
Pool wall - star jasmine
Star jasmine on wall
Star Jasmine in wall
Star jasmine vine...jasmine on wall...Jasmine wall
“luces” — amarivera
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
A Country Place
Ideabooks20,544
Questions5
Is that white star flower vine a jasmine or a clematis ?? Brilliant!!! tu susan
The fence looks nicer than anything I have seen. I live in northern (Chicago) suburb, and may I ask where the fence came from? Thank you/
Beautiful fence...would a split rail fence painted white go with this style?
I live in a corner house, the lot is narrow in the front of the home. I would like to put this type of fence on the side of the house for privacy but add a split rail fence in the front of the house so the
this work. I live close to a elementary school so a fence would deter school kids from walking on the lawn. Thank you for your time. Bay Area Fan
Where and how can I find and buy this fencing?
Where and how can I buy this style of fencing?
“Love the flowers and the gate as well” — meg0215
Hortus Oasis
15 Reviews
Tiny Townhome Garden
Ideabooks2,298
Questions2
The fragrance of the confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) greets you at the door. www.hortusoasis.com
This spring flowering vine is Confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) hardy in Zones 8-11. The blooms are extremely fragrant and the vine will grow in full sun to part shade. We usually specify it on a trellis (as shown) and not on an overhead structure such as
star jasmine "espaliered"? like the exterior paint color.
Jasmine is beautiful and I'd love the smell
Hortus Oasis Save to Ideabook Email Photo The smell of jasmine also lessens feelings of anxiety. No wonder it was so blissful to sit on Grandma’s jasmine-wrapped front porch. (Front porch or back deck?)
The smell of jasmine also lessens feelings of anxiety. No wonder it was so blissful to sit on Grandma’s jasmine-wrapped front porch.
“Trained star jasmine” — lizt2
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Alice Masin
Alice's house
Ideabooks4,262
Questions8
HEAVY wrought iron table base (twisted metal or scroll work) to use as a pedestal for an oval wooden cedar table top aprox 70" by 45". I've tried LONE STAR TRADING CO and received no response to this question. THANK YOU
It looks like Jasmine to me.
the use of tubs and tall shrubs such as yet or privet near a fence or wall along a trellis to create privacy
Great small terrace space. Love the jasmine, and use of plants for color in an otherwise monochromatic space.
bring your balcony to life. But think beyond potted plants and flower boxes which are pleasant but predictable. Creeping vines, such as wisteria or star jasmine (pictured here), will look simply stunning when they flower (and smell divine). Also take inspiration from this Mediterranean balcony by installing
“marble” — edeange
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks1,503
Questions2
Need help deciding on a poolside fence in the country
What type of fence is this? What "wire" is used?
This pool fencing is 4' x 4" wolmanized posts in mortar, coated wire (4"x 1") mesh, with a wolmanized 1/2" x 5" top rail. I went with the most inexpensive fencing that was pool code compliant, because I always intended in hiding the fence with a evergreen (boxwoods in my case)
case) hedge. I wanted more of a garden feel. this pick is probably 7+ years old, the boxwoods are fulling grown in and at the height of the fencing.
simple fence around this pool area.
grow clematis vines on this fence confederate jasmin roses,etc
Maybe just plant fast growing shrubs or trees instead of fence since we will anyway???
“read the comments” — delfstar
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks5,200
Questions6
Thanks, it looks like you've got 3 shades?!? What about dark trim? Is this a good colour for fence paling?
The wires and star jasmine are very popular. I try not to follow these trends however in this case it really suited the home.
Your trellis looks amazing. I am in Brisbane and have a house close to my boundary. I wanted to place a high trellis (about 4m high) and grow star jasmine to cover. Do you think that this would work? I currently have bamboo but it is so messy and has lost all its lower leaves so does not do a great
Diamond shaped ivy trailing on fence
“Landscaping wall” — betty777
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
22 Reviews
Crestwood
Ideabooks2,429
Questions1
a sliding gate by the fence/metal contractor.
what stain color was used on the wood fence?
love trellis on inside of fencing
What do you like about this photo panels to espalier star jasmine
nice wooden fence, with something espaliered up
pattern on fence with espaliers grown on
Belgian fence/lattice pattern with vines for a informal espalier
fence with vining plants open lattice spacing
like the applied criss-cross on privacy fence
great window and make our own," Bibb says. The team found this one at an architectural salvage shop and then had the fence contractor transform it into a beautiful gate.
A Belgian fence (or lattice pattern) makes a stylish adornment for a blank wall. This type of espalier can be a bit complicated if
“P” — Svetlana Radojević Vukićević
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Revival
Ideabooks12,366
Questions4
post spacing on this fence? How are the horizontal boards attached to the posts?
Hello, Love the fence, What type of wood
wood are you using in this fence?
What is the distance between the pressure treated posts? WE LOVE the fence! How tall is the fence?
These look to be Cordyline australis. There are a number of cultivars with red foliage — 'Red Star', 'Purple Tower', 'Inner Glow'. But hopefully this should be enough to
follow the rhythm of the fence posts, such that the horizontal wood planks become a backdrop for the plants.
A sequence of plants and architecture is visually pleasing to the eyes, which read it as a pattern. Here, a maroon, spiky Cordyline plant is aligned with a fence section in a rhythmic repetition
“horizontal” — ag3nt0rang3
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