50 zone 9 tree Asian Home Design Photos

The Details - Contemporary
What is the name of the tree?? With the red leaves
work to zone 4 without much effort. Zone 3 will most likely be to cold without additional effort and assistance by yourself therefore not worth the investment.
we need trees and plants with lots of seasonal colors
love the way they planted the trees.
what kind of trees are these?
leaf color and arrangement of trees
what is that red tree...want it!
Beautiful fall color! Stunning use of Maple trees. Great look!
11 Great trees for fall color
“Trees” — extention123
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
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
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.
this tree might be over 50' tall if not for the past pruning.
Light up your trees. Yes!
Lit up tree for night time
love the lighting under the trees
on the tree brings life to the environment
“Uplighting” — galair
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Irvine Contemporary Asian
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?
fruit trees are they in the large pots? newreno
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, i think.
Love the hard scape then wood gate citrus trees would be cool
Fruit trees mixed with concrete walkway.
Entry lined with lemon or other citrus trees
towards a tree that will produce a more acidic fruit.
“Service gate” — Patricia de Villa
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
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 the current appearance.
Love the tree to the right
garden with trees in front of wood fence, gravel paths.
“Walkway” — bkanakata
Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
Is that some kind of maple tree in the center, with the red leaves??
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 carpet of green foliage that will slowly creep over the surrounding rocks. Make sure that the soil is well drained, as knawel cushion is
“Zen” — Michelle Friedrich
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
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 is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across
maple tree - - - boulder too big
A couple of large stones with small tree
“serene” — mirocha
Michael Glassman & Associates
20 Reviews
Michael Glassman Designs
weeping tree?
survive in zone 6...Grasses and tree...Seuss tree)
“Fence” — bkanakata
TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
the Pine tree canopies through the roof. Scott Wunderle
pine tree site...existing trees...Tree House...for yoga zone
“LOVE these steps and landscaping incorporating the existing trees” — tzachman1
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