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Fautt Homes Corp
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Cabana's and Castia's
were the trees there already or did you plant them and if so how long did it take for them to get that big? I have a house I want to block out and am looking for good options
These trees have been their at least 20 years. However, we have planted 36 inch box sequoia red woods in past projects that really block out the neighbors and grow really fast. Sorry I don't have a photo of that. Don't plant them in a line more like a zig zag.
“Bbq” — Diana Amado de Florez
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Outdoor Spaces & Yard
Homeowners can plant shade trees to insulate residential buildings and minimize home heating and cooling costs. Trees can be optimally sited around homes to increase energy efficiency. For instance, in colder climates, you want to take advantage of the sun’s heat during the winter, so plant deciduous trees
Japanese Maple in the back is doing well too. We named her Yoshi.” — Houzz user cldavislawAnother reason to plant a great tree: You get to give it a clever name.Full story: 8 Reasons to Plant a Great Tree
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Catalano Architects
4 Reviews
Awarded Top 50 American Homes by TRENDS
mass planting
N&L: arbor, plantings
“Exterior” — tiffanydecker
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
Boxes for planting
plantings beyond the trees
Plant boxes
“Design” — maddyzac
Cross River Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Far Hills, NJ Farmhouse
Like the plants lining the porch
Large plant/small tree capacity
Wood barrel for plants...
potted plants
“Good barn style for the house.” — mlmattern
James Martin Associates
1 Review
James Martin Associates
Plant fence with tree in middle for front
The red color of small plants would accent the home. I believe they are the same ones we have out front
those square plants around the garden
“White brick house” — haven_j
4 Reviews
Woodland Garden
What are the plants either side of the gate please??
a window into the area wherer you can see the hammock and plantings while serving to also separate the space from the hub bub of the yard . this simple element in a variety fo styles to suit your tasts would not need the fence but only plant material and an arch to create this affect. Thoughts.
The fence the door as gate and plantings. Very romantic
“Whole thing!!” — lindalee444
Oak Hill Architects
1 Review
Happy Hollow
ledge on windows to place potted plants
plantings and talk...Plantings at entry
“stone and eyebrow entrance” — buckstrail
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