8,184 flowering tree Eclectic Home Design Photos

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
What kind of tree/bush with the pink flowers is that?
Patio near climbing rose bush or tree with flowers and color
the colours in the fabric and flowers
creeping flowers - so pretty! create a shady corner
Nestled beneath flowering trees, this cozy dining spot is one I would have trouble leaving. Pulling the mirror outside brings an unexpected indoor element and the gravel clearing gives the
cutlery sets at your local antiques market. Add lots of different herbs and colorful flowers. Even though an English garden looks all romantic and natural, there is a little planning involved. First work out what flowers and herbs will thrive in your climate (and when they bloom). Then think through different
The garden offers even more possibilities. A table set beneath the shade of a tree or arbor would make an inspiring place to work. Consider adding a mirror or small water feature as a romantic finishing touch.
“mirror on patio” — adfrazier
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
contrast of shrubs and flowering plums
Trees and Woody ShrubsDo you regularly have a shrub that is diseased or a host to pests? One of the easiest ways to get a pest-free landscape is by using
specializes in native plantings. You can search Houzz to find landscape designers in your area. The same principles for building healthy soil apply to trees and shrubs. Be sure to collect your leaves and clippings to add to the compost pile. Adding the dead organic matter to your pile, letting it decompose
“Backyard” — Terri Johnson
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
My Houzz: 1891 Queen Anne Home with a View
the right side ,to the open porch ( 16' by 13' ) . I did built that porch around a flowering tree that i didn't want to cut , so there is an open space ( 4' by 4' ) in the porch ,by the L.R window to allow that tree to live.
flowering tree
“striped” — Laura Wear
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
flowering trees
“Sydney” — Carol Bucknell
Eclectic Kids
where did you buy the wall art the branches and flowers
Cherry blossom tree. Can make it on paper.
The blossom tree for my bathroom
I actually bought the cheery tree decals!
Orchid tree wall painting
Mylia likes flowers...The tree ....Tree wall...wall flowers...Flower Wall decal...stensil tree...like the tree...Pretty tree...I like the tree
“wall colour & pink accents” — dreamhousesagrati
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Baby Rooms
Childrens Tree Wall Decal & Wall Stickie
find the pink flowers that are on the white tree?
Can you tell me what type of tree this is and if you sell it on your site?
Is the tree a decal or hand painted? If decal where can I buy it?
get them at a craft shop and use an adhesive to apply them. Let me know you have any other questions or if you are interested in the tree as it comes with the flowers and crystals.
We can make it in any color you would like. The flowers are included in pink or white. Let us know how we can assist you.
here's the link to the tree https://www.artisticsensations.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=walltreestickie
I like the tree with the flowers and rhinestones in the back.
like the texture of the flowers on the wall
“OMG!!!!! If we ever have a little girl!!” — trichele21
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
the cake plate stand with flowers and glasses
Flowering branches on glass side table
of cheer to your morning routine with a small vase of spring branches. They can be quite expensive at the florist, but you may be able to find a flowering tree around your own house — or from a neighbor who doesn't mind sharing.See more ways with branches
“Free Standing” — stephaniebeard
Danyelle Mathews
Raised bed garden
to sandy or gravelly soils, compost forms organic aggregates that retain water and nutrients. Use compost as a top dressing around vegetables, flowers, trees and shrubs, working it into the soil lightly. A summertime application of compost will help the soil retain moisture and also stimulate the growth
love of nature, gardening and being outdoors to her constant prodding. Oh, yes, there were many Saturdays spent weeding, moving rocks and planting flowers — and yes, I hated it. But now I'd kill for a garden to muck around in.The two gardeners in this photo are not related to me, but it seems we share
you're planting. Natives and Mediterranean plants. These need little soil prep. Most are adapted to lean soils (low organic content, low nutrients). Trees, shrubs and perennials. Limit soil amendment to the planting hole itself, and leave surrounding soil undisturbed. A heavy layer of mulch around the
“Kitchen garden” — Harish Raju
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