248 flocked Christmas tree Outdoor Design Photos

Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Rowlands Associates Inc.
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christmas lights
Lighted tree
“Open doors tuscan style” — LaDonna Taylor
Lorena Ongaro-Anderson Design
14 Reviews
Knutsford Street Fremantle
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christmas lights
lights on tree
“Blue lights” — aivyk
The New York Botanical Garden
Ginkgo Biloba
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Gingko (shown), liquidambar and crape myrtle are a few trees that put on a show for would-be leaf peepers. Don't don't expect a Vermont-scale spectacle, and figure on your fall color arriving closer to Christmas, and you won't be disappointed. This is Southern California, after all.
Ginkgo tree. Get a male or infertile tree. Fruit smells nasty.
Shape of leave. Need male or infertile tree.
Gingko (shown), liquidambar and crape myrtle are a few trees that put on a show for would-be leaf peepers. Don't don't expect a Vermont-scale spectacle, and figure on your fall color arriving closer to Christmas, and you won't be disappointed. This is Southern California, after all
Ginkgo. Most people these days know the supplement, but the maidenhair tree (Ginkgo biloba) is a longtime landscape favorite. It's versatile: tall enough, at up to 50 feet in height, to serve as a street tree but equally good as a patio tree. Even better, it's very long lived and relatively drought tolerant
“Color” — gbobbi
Indeed Decor
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Indeed Decor Interiors
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Pretty area! Great Christmas display and wonderful idea for extra seating!
cozied up by using natural twig furnishings, natural fibers, and stone flooring, trees, wreath and set off by the wrought iron, Fabulous!
Start with the basics. Lots of greenery is a must. To spread the feeling of Christmas past throughout the house, tuck some greenery into odd spots in different rooms. Adding a few bright, impromptu touches like small balls of yarn will keep the scenario from feeling too static.Of course, a cabin is the
“Design again” — Devinder Khurana
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
The Bloedel Reserve
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what kind of tree is this and what zone to grow in
turn color, they release the rich smell of burnt sugar, filling the garden with an aroma that smells just like a kitchen at Christmas.
***Katsura for color & shade. Specimen tree. New spring growth is bronze followed by bluish green in summer then orange to golden yellow in fall. Plant alont the street
As a bonus, when fall rolls around, Katsura trees put on an olfactory show that will stop you in your tracks. As their leaves turn color, they release the rich smell of burnt sugar, filling the garden with an aroma that smells just like a kitchen at Christmas. Where it will grow: USDA zones 4 to 9 (find
Katsura tree - ime foilge to brighten shade
Choose a singular tree for its wow factor. Here is the most stunning Katsura tree (Cercidiphyllum japonicum) I've ever seen, its lime-gold foliage just
“Katsura heronswood globe 25 ft.” — debpoloke
Le jardinet
Holiday Container Gardens
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s block too much sunlight or damage the plant. For example, the Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla) is gaining popularity as a living Christmas tree, but its limber branches are ill equipped to support heavy ornaments. You can hang ornaments on florist’s wire or metal flower supports slipped
Should use this for Christmas planting
s block too much sunlight or damage the plant. For example, the Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla) is gaining popularity as a living Christmas tree, but its limber branches are ill equipped to support heavy ornaments. You can hang ornaments on florist’s wire or metal flower supports slipped
anemones (Anemone japonica) planted behind the gardeniaThanksgiving accents:• Add a couple of mini white pumpkins around the base of the gardenia.Christmas cheer (shown):• Add everlasting accents and stems, such as silk magnolia, white berries and clusters of cones dusted with silver.• Insert evergreens
“Holiday container” — leenik
Kim Gamel
4 Reviews
branches in containers
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using tree branches with your pots
A great way to use your extra tree limbs.
Christmas container display
Potted tree branches
small fir trees/branches in containers/chair
Christmas decor...christmas entry...christmas boxes...Christmas pots...Christmas entrance
“ideas for Holiday plants” — byrdhouse99
James Martin Associates
1 Review
James Martin Associates
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in tree LED lighting gives nice effect on snow and cozy feeling
Also want tree lighting from base and limbs
everything! the tree, the flag, the path...
lighting up the garden isnt just for christmas - keep lighting
after colors and Christmas décor is taken down.
Put lights in the trees for winter sparkle
We want to have tons of outdoor lighting possibilities for both Christmas and year round
“Lights” — conb4u
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