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DDB Design Development & Building
DDB DESIGN Exteriors & Pools
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Exteriors of DDB Design Development & Building Houses, Landscape Design by Nathan Burkett Landscape Architects, photography by Urban Angles. The trees at the back are ficus Hillii and the Bamboo is slender weaver clumping bamboo.
Love the back tree hedge. What kind of tree is it?
What is the name of the trees please?
What type of tree are the ones along the back wall???
Will the ficus grow in America hardiness zone 8b/9? I live in a NW Houston, TX suburb. I am looking for privacy hedge/tree that will grow at least 8 to 9 feet, over a 6 foot fence, in the rear of the yard.
bring landing out put trees at fence line
Trees along fence and pool colour
8. Use pleached trees or tall, thin plants Pleached trees (where the foliage is trimmed to form a hedge) are ideal for small gardens as they let in light above and allow space for planting below. The pleached trees used here are the lush and dense Ficus microcarpa ‘Hillii‘. To their right is a planting
“Focus Hill trees” — debbiekenjojo
Golightly Landscape Architecture
A Georgian Revival in Birmingham, Ala.
Ideabooks2,379
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care to retain as many of the mature boxwoods and trees as possible, evidenced by the 30-foot-tall Japanese Maple. It had been slated for demolition before we convinced the client that it was worth the time and effort to simply relocated the beautiful tree. It now sides 20 feet from its original location
What is the name of these trees
rows of trees, steps, back screen of foliage
Sall trees for close to house
to the pool…same as in the front of the house
small tree end walk way to pool
“simple, private, controlled lines” — webuser_6773994
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks3,521
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Do you know what type of trees you have?
Great job of including existing trees
deck to preserve tree and pool close to house
love the trees on the steps
Nice but maybe the pool is too close to the house?
Would look great behind our house!
separated from the fire pit and outdoor kitchen by a tree-shaded section of open deck. All the outdoor furniture is teak, from Terra Teak in Mill Valley, with ample custom pillows.
The pool is separated from the fire pit and outdoor kitchen by a tree-shaded section of open deck. All the outdoor furniture
“Pool area” — willabelle
Land & Water Design
10 Reviews
Landscape Illumination
Ideabooks10,374
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What are the trees in this picture? They look like Birch but they have multiple stems which look magnificant and I would really like to repeat the look on
hello beautiful landscape. I think the red trees are crapemyrtles what are the green ones in the back
This picture was taken in the early fall and Autumn Brilliance were changing color. The other trees are multi stem crapes, I'd have to go back to the landscape plan to verify. Don
Up lighting this broad, light tree looks amazing.
Color and architectural interest of trees
illustrates brick lights & tree uplighting, and pool
“Love the trees” — susans02
SBT Designs
5 Reviews
Summit House
Ideabooks6,163
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What type of palm tree in the middle of the pool?
Hi, could you please tell what was the depth of the garden bed in the deck for the palm tree and garden? Thanks
corner hang out space, palm trees, lighting
The effect of the trees in the decking is awesome!
Do to patio area at house with pool teak wood.
the wood and have trees coming through.
Roof of outdoor area same as the house
what if we run the new deck against the house again, but leave planter openings for the trees by the window and where the radon fan drips? I like using that space and mulching it wastes it
the palm tree is next to the pool and it's color reflects
“tropical plants” — webkevin
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Rocky River Exterior
Ideabooks7,323
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as if it had been there 20 years. The home is designed on just under an acre of land with a primary concern of working around the old, established trees (all but one was saved). The exterior style, driven by the client’s taste of a modern Craftsman home, marries materials, finishes and technologies
Could anyone recognize the trees in this landscape? Thanks
I have a questions about the trees..
Did you run into a lot of the tree roots when
when building this pool? Did the trees suffer a lot of damage? Looks like you came pretty close to the critical root zone. This is my major concern about my trees, digging next year.
The Trees are Cedar Elm trees.
Those trees are Cedar Elm Trees,
Trees in areas around the pool.
“Nice” — phrogdoc
Latour Photography
Latour Photography Architectural
Ideabooks10,186
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How do you landscape around and under large oak trees
I love the palm trees in the middle of the pool.
I like the use of the palm trees in the middle of the pool it makes the scenery look natural
love tree island. maybe add diving board.
an island in the pool with palm trees? Wow!
I love how the tree is the center piece of the pool.
“Paradise at home.” — whitneyroseriggins
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Lake Travis Retreat
Ideabooks6,570
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love how they framed the trees
the terrace beyond extend the punctuating effect of the tree trunks. The open, recessed, covered loggia on the left is mirrored by its opposite: solid stone walls. And notice how the sky and earth are merged by the pool, making each wing of the house appear to float in space, but "bridged" beneath the oak
the larger environment. The courtyard pool lines up with the breezeway to frame a rugged stand of desert trees; together they draw your attention to the vast sky. The negative spaces — sky, trees and distant hills — are as important as the positive ones — home, pool and breezeway.
even a pool, can help cool the air and also provide a visual cue that psychologically helps you beat the heat. See more on light and private courtyard houses
“use tree shadow as fence barriers for courtyard” — lynx421
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