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Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
7 Reviews
Santa Ynez Ranch
raised beds, no grass, no high hedges or trees, space
Raised gardening beds
raised, boxed gardens
garden at back. plants
Garden for upper area
raised garden beds with wood
box garden...Garden planters...Future garden...Edible gardening...Tips on gardening...Garden boxes...protected garden.....raised gardens...Raises gardens...edible garden...fruit trees...container garden...vegetable garden
“Flower pots” — piwood
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
7 Reviews
Santa Ynez Ranch
fruit trees
enclosed garden...fenced garden...garden enclosure...garden entry...Raised bed garden...vegetable garden
“Like the color of the yellow plants.” — elaineenge
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
What type of lemon trees are used in the border?
any falling fruit won't splatter on the patio.
The modern edible. The blended garden readily adapts to any garden style. Fruit trees are seamlessly incorporated into this modern outdoor sitting area, elevating the space from merely beautiful to bountiful as
judicious pruning, your fruit trees can function as screens along a fence. Citrus trees, like those shown here, are easy to keep within bounds. For other fruit trees, you will need to employ summer pruning techniques to keep them smaller. Provide enough soft surface space under the trees' canopies so that
Meyer Lemon Tree above play area
in the foreground of this courtyard garden. See more spheres around the home and garden
“cement edging” — zabeth3
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
this conventional 60′s ranch-home’s yard. Repetition of materials like stone, ipe and concrete combine beautifully to form a bold and contemporary garden. Layered walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape
What kind of trees are these?
I am wondering about the one on the right with fruit in particular.
These are persimmon trees. Thanks for asking!
idea for managing the drip line around the fruit trees
Trees, pavers, mulch. Would be super great in our yard!
nice idea for some fruit trees wilsonville
Under Jackie or twin pine trees
Spray fruit trees. None of our fruit trees are native to our areas, so they need a little extra care right now and will benefit from a spray schedule to prevent diseases. Apple, peach, pear, apricot and plum trees need to be sprayed regularly. There are different sprays to be applied at various times
“Mulch” — anneschwartz1022
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Just wondering in the beautiful citrus tree in the pots are dwarf lemon trees?
Cool idea for our citrus trees
Giant pots to contain fruit trees
solve garden border problems with planted pots
Way to show case fruit trees
Patio pots and trees in them
Blending the garden with the pots
Large ness of pots and fruit trees
3 large pots with trees for my patio
Planting a fruit tree in a huge pot, but putting it among the landscaping with plants around bottom gives a cool effect.
Using the pots in the garden and using low growing plants around the base of the pots to tie them into the garden.
of the home and scaled to provide plenty of room for the fruit trees. They could, however, completely dominate the space.Low-growing plants have been added around them as a simple solution, creating the effect that the pots are in a larger garden. This softens the transition between pavers and pots, e
“Pots” — gingerchi1
Sheila Schmitz
Apricot tree
Backyard Blenheim apricot tree Photo by Sheila J. Schmitz
apricots: Their primary climate zones are 7 to 9, but if you’re daring, try them in zones 4 to 6 in a protected spot. Apricots need general fruit-tree care but are somewhat less needy than other fruit trees. You’ll probably need to thin the fruit and prune annually, but the good news is
ApricotsLandscape tree or fruit tree? With an apricot tree, you don’t have to choose. These generally smallish trees have a great shape and unusual bark, lovely foliage and fruit that can’t be beat for its delicate flavor. Of course, you need to be able to grow an apricot tree to get these benefits
potential fruit crop is easily decimated by frost, and they don’t really handle rainy springs. Their primary climate zones are 7 to 9, but if you’re daring, try them in zones 4 to 6 in a protected spot. Apricots need general fruit-tree care but are somewhat less needy than other fruit trees. You’ll probably
“garden” — yvettegable
Dianne Muyskens
Ever changing garden in Vancouver, WA. We bought this property on an acre of horse pasture and started to landscape it immediately. Garden is now 17 years in the making and I'm still working on it and love changing and adding to the look. I took the pictures and they're from early spring to late fall
Hello! I love the trees, what are they? Do you know of a similiar tree that would do well in Central Florida? Thanks, Noel
what kind are those tree.
what are the names of the trees both flowering and background? Hedges?
Are those cherry trees durning blossom time??
you so much, what a beautiful garden you've created! Becky Harris
have answered,but it was sometime ago. The four trees in the knott garden are Malus sargentini (crab apples) The trees behind are European hornbeams. Love the shape of these, but they do get large.
“Trees” — jewelz76
Sheila Schmitz
Elberta White Peach Tree
How to prune a peach tree
Love white nectarines but I feel like a tree might be too high maintenance.
Outside space turned into a alive-green room: (About the green). This kind of a tree does grow round about in the area - I have already seen it flower. Peaches. A tree would need
watering included? I my self love plums - but those eat water constantly and when I was a teen I would water my plum trees just to get more of those. But now it is different story - the trees can take care about themselves - the difference is that maybe I did not really need to water them even then. It depends
varieties available to home gardeners is almost overwhelming; nectarines offer somewhat fewer options, but there are still a lot to choose from. There are varieties with white flesh and those with yellow flesh, and for some people that difference is major. You can have fruit from early summer into fall
“arbres fruitiers pêches nectarines” — marise11
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