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Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
19 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
These are green beach pebbles from Indonesia. Try your local stone or landscape supplier. These were imported directly from Indonesia, but they are available
overhangs it...This garden is in full sun --- it hasn't any overhanging trees. With wind, some Eucalyptus leaves and light branchlets fall within the
different than the usual low water landscape
Add a specimen tree. Create one or more focal points along your creek bed by adding a rare or colorful tree. If you are working with a large area, a trio
identical trees staggered along the bed can make quite an impact.Consider Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs, zones 5 to 8) or weeping and contorted trees to
Add a specimen tree. Create one or
“the moss in this design just makes it look so lush...” — Blomidon Nurseries (1970) Ltd
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
I have an area of my garden that has three huge Kwanzan cherry trees overhanging it. They drop a ton of leaves during the fall, which I collect
Can you please tell me what the small tree is on the LHS. Thanks
hey whats that red flowering tree calles?
12 different species on our acre and they are all planted as understory trees amongst our old oaks.
interesting square design within fence structure. color in garden
canopy of the Japanese maple tree to the stepping-stone path.
Neutrals also work well because they let the landscape itself become a focal point. An
maple is a native woodland tree. The lush green color of the ferns and similarly arching silhouettes layer beautifully with the tree while still allowing it
what kind of tree is this????...Red Maple trees in corner of fence.
“Japanese maple” — fosterpatty
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
13 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
spikes shown in the bottom of the picture. We are doing a very similar landscape design in our backyard and would love to know what the plant type was used
What kind of trees are immediately in front of the wall; they make a beautiful screen.
what kind of tree is to the right looks like some sort of pine
Many of the trees in this photo are not 'bonsai' plants, with the exception of the pine tree. It is trimmed yearly to maintain its height
to the left is an Acer palmatum dissectum 'atropurpureum'. It is a mature tree that has been bonsaid over the years to retain its 5' height.
and has been bonsai trained into a multi trunk character. Normally, this tree might be over 50' tall if not for the past pruning.
The tree on the far left? Thanks
“Landscape lighting” — kirazeke
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Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
love how the tree is highlighted.
Asian landscape...landscape design...Japanese Maple tree...landscape - Japanese...I like this maple tree...zoiza grass and the tree......beeeeraautiful tree......Japanese Landscape...NIce tree punctuated with grasses...Tree pruning
“Landscaping” — sylsoul
Lee's Oriental Landscape Art
Landscape Design and Installation
What is the green shrub/tree in the front middle?
The edgings in this design are not bamboo. They are treated wooden posts ranging from 3-6" inches
I like the look and feel of Asian landscape.
house landscaping...Landscape trees...Cool asian trees...Zen, tree...Bonsai landscaping...Varied landscape...landscape ideas...round logs...Landscape Design and Installation
“love the trees” — cpfreeman
6 Reviews
The Details - Contemporary
What is the name of the tree?? With the red leaves
unfortunately in Zone 9 & 10 these trees will not be able to endure the heat.
What zones will this tree grow in? Zone 9/10?
The use of negative space, in both landscapes and visual
leaves. Here you can see a pathway beneath low trees, and how the eye is drawn deeper into the landscape due to the element of absence — that’s a metaphor
leaves. Here you can see a pathway beneath low trees, and how the eye is drawn deeper into the landscape due to the element of absence — that’s a metaphor
leaves. Here you can see a pathway beneath low trees, and how the eye is drawn deeper into the landscape due to the element of absence — that’s a metaphor
What kind of trees are they?
“Trees” — ladonnaalane
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
A couple of large stones with small tree
Patio / big rock / landscaping
Stone underneath maple tree...Landscape boulder...Nice for our tree...Landscaping idea...Roll with Rocks landscaping....Charles McClure, landscape architect
“There are rocks/boulders in several of the flower beds, etc. I would like to incorporate them in so” — ssmiley1010
Tim Davies Landscaping
3 Reviews
Burns Beach
Hello, what is the name of that tree? its beautiful
Can anyone tell me what the trees are on the back wall??
could you tell me what the large tree in foreground is called please?
Be careful introducing this plant into your landscape - it is invasive.
the combination of the trees, timber and flooring offer a tranquil setting
Tree shade. Planting a deciduous tree in addition to your pergola cover is a good way to create
shading for a courtyard area that can invite the winter sun in, once the tree has dropped its leaves.
Lovely idea for under the tree
“Shaded outdoor living areas that act like outdoor rooms and frame scenes beyond” — Poppy Bevan Architecture and Interiors
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