6,550 japanese maple tree Home Design Photos

Bliss Garden Design
7 Reviews
Suhr-Brown
Ideabooks5,956
Questions6
What type of trees are in this garden ?.Yellow, red and autum color ones
Hi there, these are all Acers or maples. The one on the far left in the photo is Acer palmatum 'Iijima sunago', the one in the distance is Acer palmatum 'Hogyoku'. The one on the far right is a vine maple or Acer circinatum. This is the fall color display.
The stars of this scene are undoubtedly the Japanese maples. From the burnt orange Iijima Sunago (Acer palmatum 'Iijima Sunago') to the golden yellow Hogyoku (Acer palmatum 'Hogyoku') and the Pacific Northwest native vine maple (Acer circinatum) closest to the house, each tree is given
Love the whole yard! Japanese Black Pine Tree
nice mix - amur maple shows off
Love all the trees and colors
“garden trees” — dswweber
Klopf Architecture
3 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
Ideabooks3,918
Questions3
Tree in the middle of the patio
Inne Decking + Large Tree + Seating + Pebble Trim on Floor
Stone and tree in deck area
4. Eichler Cool This classic midcentury Eichler home was updated with a sleek courtyard makeover. A Japanese maple was added for color
Nature as living space. The red Japanese maple seems to be an exclamation point to a statement of serenity.
side patio combo of tile and rocks around tree beds. Plus amazing red tree
courtyard makeover. A Japanese maple was added for color and shade, and simple, streamlined furnishings were brought in.See more of this Eichler home
4. Eichler CoolThis classic midcentury Eichler home in San Francisco was updated with a sleek courtyard makeover. A Japanese maple was added for color
“atrium” — kleeks2
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
East Meets West
Ideabooks1,545
Questions0
Curly maple, flame maple, fiddleback and tiger maple are characterized by either lighter or darker
Love this Japanese inspired slidng door that is designed to provide privacy between rooms!
Construction Save Email Curly maple, flame maple, fiddleback and tiger maple are characterized by either lighter or darker translucent rays shooting across its grain pattern. Frequently, these specialty woods are used as door panels or tabletops.
Curly maple, flame maple, fiddleback and tiger maple are characterized by either lighter or darker translucent rays shooting across its grain pattern. Frequently, these specialty woods are used as door panels or tabletops.
“El estilo zen” — valeriat2003
Gaile Guevara
11 Reviews
Woodvalley Residence
Ideabooks6,758
Questions5
From the way the tree is pruned it looks like a Japanese black pine.
entrance idea for new home, love the peaceful feeling. need for coral bark maple here
Japanese blood grass ( center of photo)
photo) would be really stunning in your courtyard. possibly bringing in an ever green focal tree as well...
Japanese Blood Grass. good along walls / fences. Reaches 18-24 in tall
Looking for a striking red-hued grass? Check out Japanese blood grass. With
Love this take of Japanese lines and sensibilities with
Japanese Blood Grass(Imperator cylindrical)Looking for a striking red-hued grass? Check out Japanese blood grass. With its ruby red foliage, this grass stands out like no other in the garden, making it
“I like how the water can start from the road and flow under the house and out the front” — judygreenwood
Jamie Van De Vanter
Redmond Residence
Ideabooks1,538
Questions3
Japanese Blood Grass. Restrain in beds.
modern large beds of Japanese blood grass
Japanese blood grass border, little to no care when in large bed.
contrast with green- or grey-toned leaves. Some plants with boldly coloured leaves include red Japanese blood grass (above) as well as iresene cultivars, Chinese toon, Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin, Japanese maple, purple barberry, heuchera, euphorbia and coloured flaxes.
Used en masse, Japanese blood grass makes a grand statement and requires little to no care when restrained in large beds.
“Plants” — emilyhase
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Lakeside Retreat
Ideabooks43,819
Questions13
What is the deep red/maroon colored tree on the left?
What is the name of the privacy trees behind the fence?
two trees get any bigger? If not, what are they? Love them.
Could you please identify the tall tree with
The dark foliaged tree is a Japanese Maple, the green foliaged one is a Kousa Dogwood. Yes, they'll get bigger, but both take to selective pruning very well.
Yes, it's a cutleaf Japanese Maple to the left, a Kousa Dogwood to the right. I apologize- the varieties escape me.
being mostly sunny. A good shade garden substitute for the Heuchera would be Ligularia Desdemona or Orthello, although they get quite a bit taller. Japanese Painted Fern is also a nice silvery/burgandy option. I would suggest Astilbe Sprite or annual Impatiens as nice choices to get the strong pink color
“Bed for back?” — kellyyurcich
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 02
Ideabooks11,140
Questions4
what type trees are featured in this photo?
Would ferns grow under Norway Maples?
We have 3 old messy Norway Maples in our backyard. Love the shade from them, and really don't want to remove them, however, they suck the life out of everything under them. Just
Just love this photo with these lush ferns. Do you think ferns could grow under the Maples? Thanks so much for your insight.
flower.... my front yard is so similar to this, it is truly magnificent, all though you have the beauty of oak trees which are beautiful on there own and rare, I have a mix of evergreen and maple :)
What is name of these trees? Love your landscapes.
River birch trees grow very fast. They are beautiful but VERY messy.
When used as street trees in new projects, Miami-Dade County requires them to be planted at a spacing of 35' average
“Ferns around the tree” — tami118
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks7,811
Questions3
This tree is priceless beauty, but I would never risk placing a fir pit below it.
up lighting in trees! instead of in walkway
that there is trees around you and that you can sit around the fire
Love lights in tree above firepit
I love the way they incorporated the oak tree into making an outdoor living space.
Love the lights in the trees!
When you light trees, you bring ambient light to the area and encourage circulation to it. A lit landscape viewed from inside a home is a great asset and encourages movement to the outside. Focusing landscape lighting on trees rather than paths draws the eye up and stokes curiosity.
“Lighting tree” — evospeedracer
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