62 ornamental fringe tree Asian Home Design Photos

Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
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 any names please
The tree on the far left? Thanks
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, but its roots are not trimmed. Trimming of roots is a practice that is used mostly for plants in containers, not in the ground.
The small maple 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.
right is a Pinus pinea or Italian Stone Pine. This pine is over 40 years old and has been bonsai trained into a multi trunk character. Normally, this tree might be over 50' tall if not for the past pruning.
“aménagement avec cailloux et lumières” — decofrancdesign
Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
ornamental tree and grasses only
wall and background trees
tree: Japanese Maple
zoiza grass and the tree...
beeeeraautiful tree...
Tall grass and maple tree
Japanese maple tree 1
Shape of tree; ground cover
plantins around the tree
Grasses maple tree...Japanese maple tree...red tree...nice tree...maple tree
“Japanese maple” — jsoders35
Verdance Landscape Design
1 Review
Crabapple tree bosque in bloom
weeping cherry trees, and Japanese maples
I like the trees with the stone pavers
under the plum tree slate and gravel or pebble mix.
Cherry trees in back yard?
Add tree for texture
Crabapple tree bosque in bloom
Patio trees...love the trees...Stones and trees......The crab apple tree...Crab apple tree...trees & flow...ornamental grass
“Flagstone” — carolyn128
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
what is the tall pine tree please
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 30 ft. tall, but it has been bonsai trained and pruned to attain and retain
left corner my yard-- dense tree planting
Basic layout. Needs more color- cherry blossom tree or red maple.
the jananese type of garden - tree japanese lack pine
lots of trees and the use of rock areas
Pebble stone path with nice tree and low profile plants
carbon copy of a Japanese tea garden.Difficulty ranking: It can be hard for some gardeners to exercise restraint in their use of plants, materials and ornament, which is essential in Japanese gardens. Reasonable clipping skills are necessary to keep plants beautifully shaped, and regular maintenance a must
“oriental design, gravel and stone paving” — gingermeggs
1 Review
Noosa Little Cove Australia
ornamental tree
Tree support...Frangipani tree...tree and lighting
“Wall feature” — choylets
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
front right bush- I will call it a juniper- Paul does not like this plant in any form (mop, tree, ground cover, etc.)
Keep ornaments to a minimum...By all means incorporate a traditional Japanese lantern or water basin (tsukubai) in your garden, but don’t overdo it as this can easily
Those trees
“site is similar to mine with lots of mature ever greens” — Enchante Moore
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
integration of trees, paths and building
I like this kind of nature...rocks, trees, etc,
What about roof like this over tree, with seating at base?
Great garden ornament
“Wide pebbled path w/ stacked stone (mixed with large stone) wall - maybe not a 'retaining wall' per” — Janet Garrett
itamar landscape design
itamar 1
ornamental grass as accent around a post or tree
Tree growing through the deck with green fronds growing around it.
Trees in decking
“Decking and peaceful feeling” — rachel stengel
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