382 mississippi Traditional Home Design Photos

Shagbark hickory (Carya ovata)
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zone 4-8 good east of Mississippi, shaggy bark, clear yellow fall foliage 70-90'
There may be a correlation between taprooted trees native east of the Mississippi and fall color, because
There may be a correlation between taprooted trees native east of the Mississippi and fall color, because it’s the same story with shagbark hickory (Carya ovata, zones 4-8). This tree turns a gorgeously clear yellow in fall and
SHAGBARK HICKORY (UNCOMMON TREE) There may be a correlation between taprooted trees native east of the Mississippi and fall color, because it’s the same story with shagbark hickory (Carya ovata, zones 4-8). This tree turns a gorgeously clear yellow in fall and
There may be a correlation between taprooted trees native east of the Mississippi and fall color, because it’s the same story with shagbark hickory (Carya ovata, zones 4-8). This tree turns a gorgeously clear yellow in fall and wows year-round with its namesake shaggy bark. It has the potential to grow
“Shagbark Hickory Tree” — donnad918
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
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Native to the prairies yet found in almost all of the states west of the Mississippi River
Blue Grama Grass (Bouteloua gracilis) Native to the prairies yet found in almost all of the states west of the Mississippi River Growing 6 to 12 inches tall, blue grama is great as a lawn a
Blue Grama Grass (Bouteloua gracilis) Native to the prairies yet found in almost all of the states west of the Mississippi River Growing 6 to 12 inches tall, blue grama is great as a lawn alternative that slowly spreads by rhizomes and seed (you can even mow it). Blue
Blue Grama Grass(Bouteloua gracilis)Native to the prairies yet found in almost all of the states west of the Mississippi RiverGrowing 6 to 12 inches tall, blue grama is great as a lawn alternative that slowly spreads by rhizomes and seed (you can even mow it). Blue grama has a dense root system that’s
“Liked the "meadow" look.” — mhibbard60
Paul Graham Homes, LLC
Photo of the completed project
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This guy is from Mississippi
“Nice landscape” — posh2000
SGK Landscapes
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Lenoir Plantation
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"This 1847 Jackson, Mississippi, early classical revival house is somewhat simplified compared to others of the same era. However, the prominent centered pediment, or gable, rests
This 1847 Jackson, Mississippi, early classical revival house is somewhat simplified compared to others of the same era. However, the prominent centered pediment, or gable, rests atop two story-high columns topped with Ionic capitals. Its identity is certain.
“black trim” — washingtonst
The American Gardener, LLC
Residential Landscape Throughout The Growing Season
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Eastern redbud, cersis canadensis, native to the many areas east of the Mississippi. This one is the traditional green leaved redbud. Photo by: Karen Sullivan
Eastern redbud, cersis canadensis, native to the many areas east of the Mississippi. This one is the traditional green leaved redbud. Photo by: Karen Sullivan Avondale Red Bud
“beautiful” — reezzy2
KellyBaron
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Solar Traditional House
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Mississippi back yard
“Cortijo” — merodoan
Historical Concepts
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Verandah House | Richmond Hill, Georgia
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Possible Mississippi.
“Dream” — atledder
Cowan Incorporated
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Coastal Cottage
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Coastal Cottage on the Mississippi Gulf Coast built by Cowan Incorporated. Won "Best In Mississippi " Award for 2012! Check out our website www.cowanincorporated.com
Raised cottage. MIssissippi Gulf Coast.
Coastal Mississippi Cottage
“Stairway entry… PAINT TOP Hand Rail on stairway with accenting color.” — vreeves2013
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