54 zone 9 tree Asian Home Design Photos

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The Details - Contemporary
What kind of trees are they?
What is the name of the tree?? With the red leaves
grow in a hardiness range of Zone 5 - Zone 8. With that said, 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?
There are some varieties that will work to zone 4 without much effort. Zone 3 will most likely be to cold
— there are maples from as small as 3 feet to as tall as 100 feet that do well in a range of climate conditions, from the colder zones 3 and 4 to the warmer zones 8 and 9. In addition to Japanese maple, favorites include bigleaf maple (A. macrophyllum), paperback maple (A. griseum), Rocky Mountain maple
love the way they planted the trees.
“Japanese Maple” — grrreattt
Robert Shuler Design
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Botanical name: Acer palmatum; many cultivars Common names: Japanese maple; many cultivars USDA zones: 5-8 Water requirement: Regular Sun requirement: Soft
Botanical name: Acer palmatum; many cultivarsCommon names: Japanese maple; many cultivarsUSDA zones: 5-8Water requirement: RegularSun requirement: Soft dappled shade or morning sun with afternoon shade is best; too much sun will scorch its leaves.Mature size: 15-25' tall x 10-25' spread maximum, depending
“grasses” — thecallowaycrew
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
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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
size requirements, etc. Also, make sure that the climate zone you live in is suitable for these plants as they are subject to frost damage.
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
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.
“llighting” — lenalouie
Studio H Landscape Architecture
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Irvine Contemporary Asian
of fruit trees are grown in the pots/ they seem to be different types of trees. also what flowers are at the base of the trees?
Consult a book for sure with regard to their zone, but they are found a lot in Calif., The Middle East & Mediterrainean region.....won't take a harsh winter. U would have to protect in a pot at best
what type of fruit trees are they in the large pots? newreno
outdoor area, citrus tree lined, gate
Stone and wood and orange trees
Love the fruit trees by the fence entrance
requirement than sweet citrus fruits. So if you're concerned about finding a place in your yard that will be warm or sunny enough, try gearing towards a tree that will produce a more acidic fruit.
“庭院” — yang
Tim Davies Landscaping
Burns Beach
Hello, what is the name of that tree? its beautiful
The tree provides nice shade and privacy. I would love some kind of fruit tree.
love how the tree hangs over and provides cover
this tree - great size. china ?
I love this tree!...Different zones...patio tree...shade tree
“Courtyard decor” — bulbaxx
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
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Charles McClure, landscape architect
sort of low maintenance yard. i like the maple tree.
Roll With Boulders for High Landscape Impact Photo 1 of 9 Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder
This could work with Oak trees
boulders, tree in planter i.e. cherry blossom, japanese maple
Raised planter, single large tree to provide shade, effective use of shapes.
“Japanese maple with boulder - red color for front of #1 house” — Magdalena Hurwitz
TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
structures. Once you walk down the curved stone stairs and enter the building, an eight person hot tub allows one to float and look up into the Pine tree canopies through the roof. Scott Wunderle
boardwalk to deck for yoga zone
structures. Once you walk down the curved stone stairs and enter the building, an eight person hot tub allows one to float and look up into the Pine tree canopies through the roof. Scott Wunderle
LOVE these steps and landscaping incorporating the existing trees
“Yes!!!!!! This could be on my property!!!!” — scilentstu
Garden Mentors
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A little piece of Asia
Is that some kind of maple tree in the center, with the red leaves??
you can do this with the smaller section and one tree then put rocks and other items on space maybe only one or two plants
covers that flourish in these conditions and can create interesting, low-maintenance and miniature gardens. Knawel cushion (Scleranthus biflorus, zones 9 to 11) is a truly fascinating specimen that will likely become a feature in your rock garden. This slow growing, mound-forming plant provides a dense
“Small space idea” — vdifranco
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