104 chaenomeles japonica Outdoor Design Photos

Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
London Courtyard Garden
Ideabooks10,877
Questions6
reeds, mondo grass, dwarf crabapple, flowering Japanese quince (Chaenomeles japonica), Spiraea, dwarf heavenly bamboo (Nandina domestica ‘Pygmaea’) and
reeds, mondo grass, dwarf crabapple, flowering Japanese quince (Chaenomeles japonica), Spiraea, dwarf heavenly bamboo (Nandina domestica ‘Pygmaea’) and
“Garden” — liferna
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Hopkins-Rees, Bainbridge Island, WA
Ideabooks6,949
Questions2
cvs, zones 4 to 9), abelia (Abelia cvs, zones 6 to 9) and spirea (Spiraea japonica cvs, zones 4 to 9). Be advised that barberry can be invasive in some areas
cvs, zones 4 to 9), abelia (Abelia cvs, zones 6 to 9) and spirea (Spiraea japonica cvs, zones 4 to 9). Be advised that barberry can be invasive in some areas
wie Berberitzen (Berberis), Abelien (Abelia) und Zwergspieren (Spiraea japonica). Aber Vorsicht! Die stachelige Berberitze kann leicht überhand nehmen
“Front yard? What do you think dan?” — doubdc
www.KarlGercens.com
Formal Garden Design
Ideabooks7,989
Questions6
traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp). Formal hedges will need to be sheared annually — or even more often
traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp). Formal hedges will need to be sheared annually — or even more often
“the design” — james6798
BAYBERRY NURSERIES
6 Reviews
The Details - Contemporary
Ideabooks2,653
Questions3
pas besoin de taille. le cyprès du Japon ou cèdre du Japon, Cryptomeria japonica, est devenu l’arbre national japonais. Ce grand conifère est visible dans
colorées et utilisé très souvent en massif. le camélia du Japon, Camelia japonica, fleurit en hiver, de janvier à avril. Ses feuilles brillantes et persistantes
“Japán juharok” — Annabella Talabér
EPT DESIGN
Holladay
Ideabooks2,896
Questions2
as more informal and looser.Shown: Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla japonica)
buxus microphylla japonica
“love the roses” — shsaba
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
3 Reviews
An Arlington Residence
Ideabooks9,156
Questions7
It is Acuba Japonica 'Sulfur' (variegated plant) & the other plant is Loropetalum chinense 'Suzanne'. In zone 7B they have lived in
Japonica sulfur
“the stone walkways” — smithy58
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks1,037
Questions2
It's actually a Cryptomeria japonica 'Nana'
Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana')
Dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana')
Dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana') evergreen 7x7
Dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana') always reminds me
must ask GG. 2. Add a dense lower tier. Dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana') always reminds me of a fat little dumpling. It has a rather
Dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana') always reminds me of a fat little dumpling. It has a rather
2. Add a dense lower tier.Dwarf Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Elegans Nana') always reminds me of a fat little dumpling. It has a rather loose
“Cryptomeria” — montlake
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
VJ Project
Ideabooks927
Questions2
'Globosa', zones 2 to 8) or the 'Dragon Prince' Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Dragon Prince', zones 5 to 9
“OMG !!!! Speechless. The ultimate dream garden for me.” — jimmykklau
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