7 chaenomeles japonica Modern Home Design Photos

Secret Gardens
Longueville
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ophiopogan japonicas
“Slim with pool” — paulc7007
AJW Landscape Design
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Martin Residence
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Botanical name: Pieris japonica ‘Little Heath’ Common names: Andromeda, lily-of-the-valley shrub, pieris Origin: Japan Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 9; find your zone) Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Protection from hot afternoon sun
Piries japonica with Coreopsis Zagreb
“Andromeda” — 245oyster
Louise Lakier
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Fatsia japonica and mid-century modern; like PB&J!
fatsia japonica
“Breezeway” — Judy Horton
Secret Gardens
Mosman Landscape
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look at picea abies "little gem " cryptomeria japonica "Globosa" for different ideas and they stay perfect globes
Other dome-forming conifers include Picea abies ‘Little Gem’ and Cryptomeria japonica ‘Globosa’.
“Planter” — debdawnmac
RH Factor Landscape Design
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Burnett Residence
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stress of construction. We opted for a gravel driveway to give them ample room to grow and heal. They were underplanted with mondo grass (ophiopogon Japonica).
Skookum Landscapes
Trout Lake Vancouver Special Design and Install
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twist and contort in every direction. The foliage looks delicate and sophisticated, a little like the leaves of a wisteria. Coral Bark Maple Acer japonica 'Sango Kaku 'Coral Bark' Maple who's branches are bright coral/pink during the winter. The light green leaves brighten up any garden. Lots of interesting
“Dark bark with redwood siding and fence” — davekomar
wittman estes architecture + landscape
Bainbridge Residence
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Plants include Acorus, Karl Foerster grass, vine maple and Fatsia japonica. photo by Grant Wilds
“front gate” — ceton
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