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kevin akey - azd architects - michigan
10 Reviews
kevin akey
Ideabooks5,910
Questions11
Palm trees, pillars, walk through and lighting
like these palms for the entrance of the house right when you drive into the front driveway.
Love the garage, windows, entry and materials. Palms are too big, however.
Lights on palm trees
Sabal Palm.. I think
Phoenix Sylvestris aka Sylvester Palm
rid of 2 palm trees...Palm lightening...Like palm trees...Palm trees...Sylvester palms...PALM TREES!...Palms at entrance...Love these palms...sylvester palm...palm trees...Palm tree
“porch” — Rubina Kaur
Alderson Construction
1 Review
Back entrance
Ideabooks2,949
Questions3
Like the 2 palm large palm trees in front(prefer medjul date palms however)
love the entrance, the flowers and palm trees
Palm trees (poenix canaerisis) rings
Spanish feel and palm trees
palm tree base plants
What kind of palms???
They are canary date palms.
Palm trees...Palm tree!!!...Canary Date Palms...palm trees
“Backyard entry” — cw66
Lendry Homes
1 Review
Florida Cottage
Ideabooks2,943
Questions5
Hi, could please inform us the common names of the plants at the base of the palm close to the driveway. Thank
Common names: Sabal palm, cabbage palm
the Caribbean Sea. Something about aqua blue and palm trees just seems right.
Palms for the BeachPalm trees and beaches would seem to go hand in hand, but not all palms can handle the salty and sometimes severely strong winds of the coast.Coconut palms are the obvious choice, since their floating coconuts
or St. Augustine, Florida, without envisioning sabal palms and live oaks among their old brick buildings. A sabal palm’s solitary silhouette against the open water of a river, a salt marsh or an ocean is the very picture of paradise. These palms play well with others, but they can really make quite
“too boxy. don't really like” — marhd
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks2,568
Questions3
Can you please tell me what kind of Palms is used in your landscaping.
The house lends itself to a Mediterranean look and feel. Palm trees in the landscaping can enhance the look.
another dream landscape. What kind of palm is that?
I like the look of this palm tree.
Tall palms; grassy court, plantings; not overdone! Tranquil
“Very very good” — dollarsnsense
kevin akey -azd architects - florida
12 Reviews
kevin akey
Ideabooks2,166
Questions1
I'd have to lose the palms and plant something more for my climate. But that design is fantastic!
This is very stunning. The palm trees, sidewalk and entry are unique.
These palm trees look incredible
More palms in back...palm trees...Palm tree lit up...Love the Palms...The palm trees...up lit palms
“Exterior” — pdance
John McDonald Co.
John McDonald Co.
Ideabooks2,713
Questions2
What kind of palm trees are those?
Tile a walkway from terrace to cabaña, leaving similar plantings around the palm on the side of the house
Favorite: Class mid-century Palm Beach architecture.
nice planting around the palm tree
Palm Trees...The palms trees....love the palm...bottom of palms...Palm tree beds...hedge around palms...palm trees
“Totoras” — cristobalcox
London Bay Homes
1 Review
London Bay Custom Home at Grey Oaks
Ideabooks1,516
Questions3
Name of the palm in the pic?
Single Stem Palms are Montgomery Palms. the Multi-stem Palm is and Adonidia or Christmas Palm
Seems like w/palms and tropical bahama look they use white cement as driveway or walkways
Palm for backyard? (corner of front + back yard)
Planting cut out. Palms effective tho only type of tree.
“Patio tiles.” — rseif
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Ideabooks420
Questions3
Palms are prolific in warm climates. I am sure that there is a similar variety of sorts that comes from the your coastal areas. The boots will eventually
Like the little palm bushes on the ground!
That is the Florida Cabbage Palm, also known as the Sabal Palm. It is our State Tree and one of the only palms native to FL. The 'spikes' are called boots.
“Palms and cactus” — sarmando
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