5,999 low light indoor trees Home Design Photos

Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
View of the interior patio
Is it ok to plant a tree in the floor like that? Is there any concerns over the root structure and
clipped into shape or left to spread out gracefully. Although these trees like light, they’re hardy enough to still thrive without all-day direct sunlight
This indoor patio marries two elegant forms: a canopy of leaves and an ornate crystal chandelier.See more of this house
is that tree is real ?...What variety of tree is that?...chair awesome. open, light, beautiful
“chandelier” — joaquinross
Contemporary Landscape
Have you used white lights or green bulbs?
This tree is priceless beauty, but I would never risk placing a fir pit
What kind of lights did you use?How many? Placed on branches?
LOVE this! I have a similar Oak & would love to apply this lighting treatment.
Instead of a light in the tree I could light the tree like this
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
asset and encourages movement to the outside. Focusing landscape lighting on trees rather than paths draws the eye up and stokes curiosity.
“Lighting” — Linda
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
Chanticleer pear (pyrus calleryana or chanticleer pear) Good street tree. tendency
calleryana, or chanticleer pear, is considered by many to be a good street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape
in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway
visitor with direction to the front door."This allée of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design.USDA zones: 5 to 8Height: 24 to 35
“Uphill back yard” — Carter McPherson
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
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David Harber
Armillary Sphere
pleaching - growing trees in straight lines
along street side of yard! Allows light and a view through, but gives a feeling of privacy.
growing the trees like this is called Pleaching
pleached trees, evergreen oak, linden, fruit trees
Pleaching or espalier trees on back fence?.
of growing fruit trees against walls, except that neighboring espaliered trees do not connect and grow into each other. And pleached tree foliage tends to
Pleaching. Pleaching is a method of growing trees, usually in a straight line, with the branches of the trees tied together and clipped to form a flat plane
pleached trees to create privacy and block wind and sound while creating a wildlife environment in a limited space.Houzz guides to growing fruit trees
“pleached trees” — jtoward
Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
Great Pond
Tech Lighting Kable over the dining table and Lucid Lighting pendants in the kitchen. Image: Brian Vanden Brink
Love the trees! Were they installed while green or were they dried?
our new house. I like the idea of using tree trunks, and wonder if we can use them green, or if we need to have them kiln dried for best results. We live
The trees were harvested on-site as the building project began. They were limbed slightly
drying continued and some checking appeared. During final finishes, the trees were sanded and sealed with a penetrating oil.
can use eucalyptus tree parts to support 'walkouts' and/or terraces.
Use Jennie lane trees... Kids rooms?...tree trunk posts - very interesting!...Tree trunk posts for a cabin feel
“Tree columns” — Janet Lehman
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
South Cove Residence
bordered by perennials and a low stonewall, creates a space for entertaining on the south side of the house. Large trees of 8" and 10" caliper were planted
What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom
Also what type of grass (i assume) is the light colored to the left of the
It looks like a Syringa reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.
That is a Japanese Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....
Morning light miscanthus Salvia "May night "
Morning light Miscanthus , salvia and Japanese Tree
japanese tree lilac and morning light miscanthus
Amenlanchier Tree (tree lilac)- drought tolerant
Morning Light Miscanthus Grass, Lilac Tree, Salvia May Night
“Color & variation” — sandy925
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
3 Reviews
graced by the yellow fall colour of Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree). This tree also emits a subtle sweet fragrance in the fall.
The scent of the kat­sura tree has been de­scribed as both of these. As the fo­liage turns yel­low, the fra­grance is re­leased
full sun Light requirement: Partial shade to full sun Mature size: 40 to 50 feet tall and 25 feet wide When to plant: Spring or late fall
Katsura tree - yellow fall color, sweet fragrance
tucking a teak Chippendale-style bench among the trees. Here a Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree) shows off its fall colors and puts out a subtle
tucking a teak Chippendale-style bench among the trees. Here a Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree) shows off its autumn colours and puts out a subtle
“http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/31398825/list/8-plants-for-a-deliciously-fragrant-fall-garden” — Annie Thornton
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 02
what type trees are featured in this photo?
River birch trees grow very fast. They are beautiful but VERY messy.
When used as street trees in new projects
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
Love the ferns around the trees-would like it all over
love the fern cover instead of low cover here.
The ferns. Low maintenance with a difference.
more light by hiring an arborist to thin branches and remove any undesirable trees.
and let in more light by hiring an arborist to thin branches and remove any undesirable trees. Beware of trees marketed as fast growing, as they're often
of these trees? Love your landscapes....plant ferns around tree in front yard
“I like for front yard” — dorothyhubbard
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