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8 christmas tree ribbon Asian Home Design Photos
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Atherton Japanese Garden
to find this type of oriental center piece. Congratulations on this blue ribbon creation!
just wondering what type of pine tree is on the right of the picture
The tree is a Japanese Black Pine or Pinus thunbergii. This tree is over 40 years old and would normally be over
left corner my yard-- dense tree planting
Greenry and I just love trees for garden
what is the tall pine tree please...Pine tree , rock with plant, grave L
Walled Sacramento escape
We want to light our 100 ft redwoods the way you've done this tree...bottom up. Would appreciate any advice
lights to trees takes some care as to not harm the tree. Certain screws will poison the tree and fasteners have to be checked regularly. A tree will quickly
I love the lighting on the tree as well! I like how it's balanced out with the lighting on the planter box in the background. It makes any garden or backyard
one is different. It really depends on the location (where do you see the tree from?), the maturity (is it small and bushy or tall and open?), how high
future, but I often have to revisit and remodel the lighting based on how the trees are maturing. Redwoods change form quite a bit in the first 15 to 20 years
FLA Rock Garden
frt of Window in Rock Garden, Bird of Paradise ir between two 3-trunk Christmas Palm groupings, Bromeliads around palms with planter on inside corner.
widen corner space of yard area, near dining room wall. Plant several palm trees and bromilades.
christmas palm...Use of rocks under trees
what type is the tree or bush on the right side
it looks like its the shape of a christmas tree
Helét van Blerk
Herman and Johanni
main entrance. Low maintenance and water wise once established. Existing trees creates needed atmosphere.
Border ribbon decomposed granite
Jay Sifford Garden Design
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Moss covered stumps, Christmas ferns and tree roots bring a naturalistic feel to the banks of this dry creek bed. Photo by Jay Sifford
A-1 Builders and Adaptations Design Studio
An in-fill home that looks like its always been there
the footprint of the former rear lawn. It was surrounded by the live Christmas trees the prior owner planted after the holidays; we were able to save almost
Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
concept of this, but I really do want a hearth to sit on and or put a Christmas tree on