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Beautiful landscape. Would love to know the variety of the Japanese maple thanks
This is probably a Bloodgood Japanese maple.
Japanese Maple tree. So attractive!
Japanese maple w blue juniper
Japanese maple...Japanese maple
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
japanese water feature
japanese garden and pergola
Japanese style garden
Japanese Tea Hut...Japanese feel
Blasen Landscape Architecture
fan, consider the Japanese false cypress 'Curly Tops' (Chamaecyparis pisifera 'Curly Tops', zones 4 to 8), 'Mr. Bowling Ball' arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis 'Bobozam', zones 3 to 8), the dwarf globe blue spruce (Picea pungens 'Globosa', zones 2 to 8) or the 'Dragon Prince' Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
Favorite Japanese nonastringent persimmons: Early Fuyu, Fuyu, Giant Fuyu (Gosho), Izu, Jiro (Apple Persimmon), Maru, Nishimura Wase (Coffee Cake) Favorite American
Don’t be surprised by the black roots; that’s their natural color. Japanese persimmons prefer full sun, while American and hybrid persimmons can take some shade. Well-drained soil is always preferred, but persimmons, especially the Japanese, are very tolerant of different soils. American persimmons have
Great Plant Combinations
Dwarf Japanese Cedar, African Queen Lily
dwarf Japanese cedar paired will lilies
rustles in the breeze, towering over dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana'), while a strong vertical accent provided by fragrant lilies (Lillium 'African Queen') fills in the middle plane.
1golden locust tree - tallest 3dwarf japanese cedar-lowest 2african queen lily - middle
deer resistant plants - golden locust, dwarf japanese cedar, smoke bush
Deer resistant = golden locust tree, dwarf japanese cedar, Lilies
textures and forms for interest. A canopy of golden locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia') leaves rustles in the breeze, towering over dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana'), while a strong vertical accent provided by fragrant lilies (Lillium 'African Queen') fills in the middle
Land Architects, Inc.
Strong Statement Hedge Row Boxwood and Pachysandra
Clipped boxwood bordered with Japanese spurge
Clipped boxwood and Japanese spurge (pachysandra terminalis).
boxwood and japanese spurge (pachysandra terminalist)
just as much interest as a flowering border.Clipped boxwood was used here, allowing the fresh lime-green growth to contrast the shiny foliage of the Japanese spurge (Pachysandra terminalis).
narrow trees for narrow gardens
Amanogowa Japanese Flowering Cherry (Prunus serrulata ‘Amanogowa’)
Amanogowa Japanese Flowering Cherry - beautiful blooms, red or gold in the fall. 25 feet tall and no more than 12 feet wide.
Amanogowa Japanese Flowering Cherry Origin: Japan Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (zones 5 to 8) Water requirement: Average Light
Amanogowa Japanese Flowering Cherry (Prunus serrulata 'Amanogowa')
Amanogowa Japanese flowering cherry Prunus serrulata Amanogowa
Amanogowa Japanese Flowering Cherry (changes colour spring, summer and fall with blossoms in spring, hardy to -20, average water, full sun or light shade, mature 25 feet tall and 12 feet wide
Amanogowa Japanese Flowering Cherry (Prunus serrulata ‘Amanogowa’)Is there anything more romantic in spring than a path lined with fragrant cherry trees, their delicate blossoms fluttering to the ground like confetti? If space is a limiting factor in your garden, you can still enjoy their beauty by selecting