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Heffernan Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Our office display yard
Ideabooks362
Questions1
Yew hedge bisected by jog in walk provides privacy from street.
bad for dogs: yew affects the central nervous system. It also can result in cardiac failure.
I'm looking for privacy from street without solid hedge. Also, yews are almost indestructible.
Yew for front yard only, since they
Schefllera genus - umbrella tree 21. sweet peas 22. yew plants
The taxine in yew affects the central nervous system. It also can result in cardiac failure.
House color and stone, like yews also.
The taxine in yew affects the central nervous system. It also can result in cardiac failure.
“Raised hearth and herringbone brick” — lauracford
Workshop M Architecture
1 Review
Museum District House
Ideabooks946
Questions7
japanese yew
“fence” — jwils17
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
London Courtyard Garden
Ideabooks8,635
Questions6
nine in larger gardens. Traditional Japanese garden species include azaleas, bamboo (use clumping varieties only), box, camellias, conifers, maples and yew. Other exotic plants to consider for a Japanese look include: Heuchera, Hosta, ferns, reeds, mondo grass, dwarf crabapple, flowering Japanese quince
“حیاط سازی” — shimakhadem
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
A Tropical Modern Sideyard
Ideabooks5,858
Questions3
Japanese yews - an option?
“Patio” — vickcoe
Little Miracles Designs
9 Reviews
A Park Slope Modern
Ideabooks766
Questions2
Think Outside Evergreens Designers often use evergreens in containers — clipped, formal evergreens, such as boxwood and yew, or architectural plants like yucca or phormium. But a wide range of foliage and flowering plants can be valuable in establishing a clean, coherent theme
Designers often use evergreens in containers — clipped, formal evergreens, such as boxwood and yew, or architectural plants like yucca or phormium. But a wide range of foliage and flowering plants can be valuable in establishing a clean, coherent theme
Think Outside EvergreensDesigners often use evergreens in containers — clipped, formal evergreens, such as boxwood and yew, or architectural plants like yucca or phormium. But a wide range of foliage and flowering plants can be valuable in establishing a clean, coherent theme in a contemporary garden
“Wax begonia” — Tania Olivieri
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Coal Harbour Penthouse
Ideabooks129
Questions2
Sorry for the late response....very busy planting right now! The evergreen tree is Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata Aurea'. (Common name Golden Irish Yew). The orange flowers are trailing begonias, the lime foliage plant is Ipomea and I have a few small brown grasses in the mix as well. It's Carex comans.
“Yew” — snowjulie
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Rooftop Terrace
Ideabooks11
Questions1
The trees in the containers are coral bark maples and the evergreen trees are yew. I hope this helps!
“the small maples in pots” — kapiro
Outdoor Makeover
34 Reviews
Complete Outdoor Transformation
Ideabooks4
Questions0
creeping yew
creeping yew
“Short wall just before a taller one. Just enough room for a bush between them.” — fosod
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