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Shannon Malone
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I like the fruit tree and borders. Garage wall
beautiful beach house with beautiful garden
landscaping — no garden, no fence and no lawn. The cedar siding is an original feature of the home that Gail says is part of "the home's good bones."
While the home is just a short distance away from the Pacific Ocean, it's also right next to a golf course. The updated landscape of their home complements
“Awesome spring landscape” — Marcia Hofmann
David Harber
Armillary Sphere
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Please can you tell me what the tree screen is and where can I buy UK
Please can you tell me what the tree screen is and where can I buy the same
The 'tree screen' is a series of mature trees grown and trained together. Not an overnight fencing solution, sadly!
specimens. This method is making a comeback as gardeners and garden designers utilize the ability of pleached trees to create privacy and block wind and sound
contemporary edge to this garden full of topiary and traditional lines.
Pleaching. Pleaching is a method of growing trees, usually in a straight line
up on the trunks, or stilts, as garden designers call them.It takes a lot of work to train and maintain pleached trees, although today they are more widely
Fruit trees on fence - pleaching
“Creating privacy” — 25sahola
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Vegetable Gardens
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dense wall of leaves, hiding a multitude of ripening fruit. The multi-stem trees in the back ground are River Birch (Betula nigra 'Heritage'). Photo by Rob
Just curious what the overall dimension of the garden is & how much space you allowed between fruit trees and the raised beds. Thank you!
fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are
living fence garden. Espalier fruit trees!
These are espaliered apple trees around the
fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are
espalier trees as garden " fence"
“apple tree as encloure” — jjmkitchen
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Dianne Muyskens
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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
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 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
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
Buxus sempervirens, Though it is used quite frequently in "English" style gardens it isn't English per-say nor American for that matter.
“want the tree” — clnwhi
The Artist Garden
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
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Tribeca Terrace Garden by The Artist Garden
What kind of tree is in the planter with the umbrella like branches?
What is the tall slender tree? I'm looking for a tree to cover an unsi
LoooOooove!!! Do any these trees survive NYC winters and if so, what are they? Amazingly graceful design!
I would like to add my voice to those already clamoring for answers, LOL. Would love to know the identities of the taller trees here
here, as well as the weeping (umbrella) tree. Thanks for any help you can give.
a tall tree to cover an unsightly utility pole in my backyard. Asking what the name of the tree is in this photo? Thanks
Yes most trees do. But if putting on terrace be careful of your building height restrictions .
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY...What kind of trees are they
“Greenery” — theresapr
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
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Ceres
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graced by the yellow fall colour of Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree). This tree also emits a subtle sweet fragrance in the fall.
This is a Katsura tree. The latin name is Cercidiphyllum japonicum.
katsura tree for caramel corn smell in fall
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Bright, clear yellow. The color of gingko and aspen trees in
moment in the garden is as simple as tucking a teak Chippendale-style bench among the trees. Here a Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree) shows off its
a cluster of these magnificent trees at the far end of the parking lot. Not surprisingly, I now have one in my own garden. To me it is the harbinger of
What type of tree is this....katsura tree smells like carmel corn...rear garden and corner of additon...bottom of the garden to watch golf
“Is this a Ginkgo?” — jennsaunders
Billinkoff Architecture PLLC
West Village Brownstone
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(Tilia Cordata) isn't evergreen. Maybe for an evergreen a Southern Magnolia tree instead (depending on where you live - I have no idea of your climate or
Incorporated sitting area in garden - nice tree.
a different garden area. I think it is beautiful (yes, but we have SO MUCH of it) I know, we do not need to use all of it
of a tree at 20 years and 50 years.Shape: Shape is just as important as size, perhaps even more so in relation to the garden’s design. Upright trees can
Selecting the Right TreeWhen choosing a tree for a smaller garden, standard reference lists are not always helpful, as
important to know what the mature size of the tree is likely to be. In a nursery or garden center, the trees are generally only a few years old and bear
Outdoor area using trees as shade
“Like” — Melissa Morales
Wagner Hodgson
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South Cove Residence
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creates a space for entertaining on the south side of the house. Large trees of 8" and 10" caliper were planted to add a feeling of maturity to the landscape
It looks like a Syringa reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.
What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom
That is a Japanese Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....
Japanese lilac tree and salvia "may night"
Pretty massing of plants at base of this tree
Think “Right tree, right place.” When siting a tree in your garden, survey for overhead and underground utilities that
Size for the Job?If you're looking for a garden focal point or a screen, a large shrub or an ornamental tree — plants 8 to 25 feet tall — will do the job
“Love the contrast of colors/textures.” — ccals
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