713 white maple cabinet Outdoor Design Photos

Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
London Courtyard Garden
Ideabooks10,959
Questions6
azaleas, bamboo (use clumping varieties only), box, camellias, conifers, maples and yew. Other exotic plants to consider for a Japanese look include: Heuchera
decking. Two feathery Japanese maples (Acer palmatum) have been pruned to show off their branch structure.
Paint it white A quick way to make a small
azaleas, bamboo (use clumping varieties only), box, camellias, conifers, maples and yew. Other exotic plants to consider for a Japanese look include: Heuchera
Paint walls whiteThis is a simple but effective solution for a gloomy, small-scale courtyard. Painting walls white is quick and easy to do
small courtyard garden feel more spacious is to paint the brickwork white. This will reflect light around the garden and make you feel like you’re in the M
Where are the white small pebbles from?
“Terrasse” — shankalqasab
Urbanism Designs
6 Reviews
Mid Century Modern - Eichler Renovation
Ideabooks5,497
Questions5
Hi, which types of Japanese Maples are these?
plant trees bushes in soil then cover with white stones
Japanese maple...japanese maple accent...these are japanese maples
“Entry deck” — tylerjsteele
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Eclectic Gardens
Ideabooks1,795
Questions1
Purple plum, Japanese maple, dwarf blue spruce, mugo pine, rudbeckia, perovskia, hydrangeas, juniper
cerasifera 'Thundercloud'. Then from left to right, a mugo pine, a Japanese maple, a Tardiva hydrangea, a dwarf blue spruce and up behind is a Peegee hydrangea
“Purple plum, Japanese maple, dwarf blue spruce, mugo pine, rudbeckia, perovskia, hydrangeas, juniper”
cerasifera 'Thundercloud'. Then from left to right, a mugo pine, a Japanese maple, a Tardiva hydrangea, a dwarf blue”
cerasifera 'Thundercloud'. Then from left to right, a mugo pine, a Japanese maple, a Tardiva hydrangea, a dwarf blue spruce and up behind is a Peegee hydrangea
“Yellow flowers” — 1961kombi
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Cottage Perennial
Ideabooks4,104
Questions6
Japanese maple. Latin name: Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Crimson Queen '. I hope this helps!
The red plant is a weeping cut leaf maple tree. Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson King'. I hope this helps!
red weeping cut leaf maple below the window
blue pansies for Fall and weeping cut leaf maple
Like the walkway to the entrance. Green & white mixed together.
red Japanese maple in front of window...Crimson king cut leaf maple shrub
“LOVE! pink flowers lining walk and containers, LOVE LOVE” — pamdgiles
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Contemporary
Ideabooks6,375
Questions4
illuminate this courtyard and emphasize the rich red color of the Japanese maple. Consider that you might want brighter wattage on certain plants to take
illuminate this courtyard and emphasize the rich red color of the Japanese maple. Consider that you might want brighter wattage on certain plants to take
use of mainly clipped evergreens in the planting means that there are no white or light-colored flowers to reflect any light, natural or artificial. But
“Lighting” — bertacruz1
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
3 Reviews
Lakeside Retreat
Ideabooks45,171
Questions13
What are the beautiful large white flowers at the back of the garden(infront of the fence)?
Fabulous lush look. Are the big white flowers snowballs?
it's a cutleaf Japanese Maple to the left, a Kousa Dogwood to the right. I apologize- the varieties escape me.
The dark foliaged tree is a Japanese Maple, the green foliaged one is a Kousa Dogwood. Yes, they'll get bigger, but
The green plants with the white edges appear to be a variegated hosta variety. The red flowers behind it looks
repetition of the Heuchera in the front, which plays well with the Japanese Maples color.
My trees!!!! Amur maple and kousa dogwood
“Nice mix of perrenials” — Barb Kenyeres
Blue Ridge Landscaping
7 Reviews
Lakefront Cottage
Ideabooks941
Questions2
commonly called a weeping white pine. Hope that helps, thanks for asking!
The tree near the garage is an upright Japanese Maple, Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'
Japanese Maple Acer palmatum "Bloodgood"
I like the red tree 'Japanese Maple' or Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'
Upright jape e's maple bloodgood
“Maple” — jaspe709
markdesign, llc
13 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
Ideabooks83,695
Questions23
roots are they invasive? Is there a maple tree same are of english ivy? what is the name of maple if it is a maple and how big does it get?
tell me what kind of creeper that is on the left hand side wall? behind the maple. such a brilliant design. cheers!
Brick dormer, shake dormer, or stucco dormer on an off white painted house?
was selected because it keeps it's leaves year round. The maple is a miniature Japanese Maple and they can get 10-15 feet wide depending on their location
textured light bark, a blue spruce adds blue-green needles, and Japanese maples add intricately shaped plum leaves. The wide range of color, texture and
The pine tree and maple tree
“Wall color” — adge29
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