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Fredrick Dawson Design Consulting
Love this tree. What is the name of it? Would it grow in Bermuda (hot weather)
It looks like a Red Bud tree b/c of the branch-I LOVE those trees
The tree. What is that tree?
This tree is beautiful
Blossom trees and garden beds
cherry blossom trees
double gate. inside garden
like flowering tree but
2 pink trees...Pink tree...Red bud tree...Garden beds...Tree for backyard?...D tree...Garden bed...Love the tree...cherry trees...Like the tree......tree foliage...Raised garden...Front garden...Cherry tree...Veggie garden...tree color...Signature tree...flowering tree...patio tree...tree cover...container garden
“Flor” — calvesrodrigues
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House
I'm looking for a chi-chi Ginko Tree in the California Bay Area (San Jose) - are there any local dealers?
How did this 80' tall tree get into a slide show on
what type of tree is this? Im looking for a tree to put to the house.
We love Gingko trees and have used several in the landscaping of our store in Mountain View. Summerwinds Nursery carries Gingko's but they are relatively small and it takes some time for the tree to get established and start gaining significant height. We have also used Capitol Wholesale
Wholesale Nursery in San Jose. This should be a fairly easy tree to find and grow. Enjoy!
Squares in oavement of soil for decidious trees
skinny trees, plan groupings, cement, small retaining walls, linear detail.
“this is very much the feel for the building and exteriors that i think will work” — Amanda Lloyd-Sim
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
What are the trees and shrubs used in this application? I am looking for something that will not out grow the space.
what product did you use to line the grass and garden bed?
I think those trees are camelias
Please tell what kind of trees they are. Will they live in zone 5? Thanks
Trees for front of lake house
Ideas for landscaping on side of home
like the simplicity, low height in combo with trees and garden in front AND the raised garden bed as part of the fence design
like a band that nicely frames the lawn.The trees are limbed up and planted in a row, hedge-like.The little clipped boxwood balls echo the green, organic shapes of the trees.The cedar fencing is natural rather than painted, silhouetting the sculptural trees; fence boards are aligned horizontally to reinforce
“Planting” — robtessmarks
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
Are there 2 Japanese Maples here or is it a double stem tree?
landscape! I have added pottery to my gardens, brunnera, coral bells and and 7 new varieties of ferns. And 3 ornamental grass cultivars. LOL, I do not have your discipline! Thank you for all your posts.
No Gladys, it's not a kitchen island... It's a tree.
lovely play of textures and colors through out the garden. Complex yet unified.
Dream garden at my dream home
maybe more of a tree with dark purple or deep burgundy leaves...this is a little dry feeling but like the tree among the foliage
Perhaps the ultimate specimen tree, Japanese maples (Acer palmatum) come in an almost bewildering array of shapes, sizes and leaf colors. They are elegantly beautiful in every season, in leaf or bare-branched. Japanese maples are hardy in zones 6 (-10°F) to 8 (10°F) and need both sun and shade. Too much
“100” — shhe
DDB Design Development & Building
DDB DESIGN Exteriors & Pools
Exteriors of DDB Design Development & Building Houses, Landscape Design by Nathan Burkett Landscape Architects, photography by Urban Angles. The trees at the back are ficus Hillii and the Bamboo is slender weaver clumping bamboo.
Love the back tree hedge. What kind of tree is it?
What is the name of the trees please?
What type of tree are the ones along the back wall???
Will the ficus grow in America hardiness zone 8b/9? I live in a NW Houston, TX suburb. I am looking for privacy hedge/tree that will grow at least 8 to 9 feet, over a 6 foot fence, in the rear of the yard.
Thank you for your question. You will need to enquire about suitable planting with a Landscape Gardener. WE are Builders and developers. My apologies for not being able to help. The Bamboo is called Slender Weaver.
“drzewa” — wosiuw
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Great space...What are the trees you have shaped and approximately how old are they?
What kind of trees are these?
What is the greenery on the fence behind trees & how grown?
love the trees. where can I get them from? what is it called?
love the way these trees are pruned. Wha are they?
what greenery is behind the tree? Do they have this tree in the state?
shield trees, like it, but is it too sculpted?
pleaching, basicly a hedge on a stick, but i would let them join. in england most pleaching is done with Hornbeam trees or similar.
Want super low maintenance, disguise the neighbors' home behind us
square trees at the end of the yard
“love those trees” — jenfaley
The Artist Garden
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
Tribeca Terrace Garden by The Artist Garden
LoooOooove!!! Do any these trees survive NYC winters and if so, what are they? Amazingly graceful design!
What kind of tree is in the planter with the umbrella like branches?
Yes most trees do. But if putting on terrace be careful of your building height restrictions .
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Pots w 2 trees, up light?
Up, up and away. Have a rooftop patio? Take advantage of vertical space by planting tall trees in large planters
account of the relationship of the house with garden.
Up, up and away. Have a rooftop patio? Take advantage of vertical space by planting tall trees in large planters. The visual lift will make your rooftop feel like a real destination. Also, adding trees to a city roof is beneficial for the environment
“tree” — hbalexia
Terra Ferma Landscapes
2 Reviews
Entry Courtyard
View into entry courtyard with bosque of pear trees.
what are the names of the trees both flowering and background? Hedges?
There are other pears like the Cleveland pear that they could be which are a better tree than the Bradford. The Bradford does have a problem with splitting that other varieties don't.
and flowering trees achieve the same effect.
5. Plant shade trees. Exercise your green thumb by planting shade trees around the house. Design associate Andrew Spiering of Terra Ferma Landscapes suggests casting shadows on the southwestern exposure of the home using large deciduous trees, like oaks,
sycamores and elms. "Other ideas include increasing humidity around the home using layered planting or reducing hardscape," he says.
“Tree corridor” — usdahew
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