506 pyramidal Traditional Home Design Photos

Milieu Design
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Milieu Design
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street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite
Chantileer pear. Pyrus calleryana. pyramidal shape.24-35'. Dark green leaves. fiery orange in fall.deciduous. full sun
Chanticleer pear tree - pyramid, narrower
street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite
“Uphill back yard” — Carter McPherson
Arrow. Land + Structures
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Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
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Pyramidal arborvitae...Pyramidal arborvitae hedge...Pyramidal Arborvitae trees
“Камни лежат впло” — dmytrokh
Arrow. Land + Structures
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Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
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Hi dieterhansi - these are called Pyramidal Arborvitae. Here's another pic: ...
I like the pyramidal arborvitae next to the tree and gate for entry into garden?
Pyramidal Arborvitaes...Pyramidal arborvitae...Pyramidal Arborvitae.
“uneven shaped paver stone pathway” — Kristine Kakuno
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Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
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Acanthus Design
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to a design. Here the sharp angle of the peaked roof is echoed in the pyramidal tuteurs, and the bold outlines of the planting beds relate to the patterns
to a design. Here the sharp angle of the peaked roof is echoed in the pyramidal tuteurs, and the bold outlines of the planting beds relate to the patterns
“Rail and garden” — dedebusch
Kerrie L. Kelly
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Signature Properties Model Home II
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things don't get too symmetrical or matchy-matchy. Arrange the items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in back. If an item is
pieces and lean toward using an odd number of objects. Arrange items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in the back. If an item
Arrange items in a pyramid with the tallest object in back. If item is small, group it with other
things don't get too symmetrical or matchy-matchy. Arrange the items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in back. If an item is
“Jars” — howatan
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
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Topiary & Clipped Planting In the Garden
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Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Pyramid. A three-sided
three-sided pyramid is another classic shape for trimmed hedges. Either trim a single shrub or create a pyramid set atop a larger base, as shown here.
Pyramid. A three-sided pyramid is another classic shape for trimmed hedges. Either trim a single shrub or create a pyramid set atop a larger base, as shown
“nice topiary” — suzannewei
Hebert Design Build
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Sunny Conservatory
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addition off dining room. This four-season sunroom incorporates a glass pyramid roof that floods the room with light. Ah!
flat roof with glass pyramid roof that floods the room with light.
flat roof with glass pyramid top for kitchen if we do addition
“What if something like this was partially submerged into the ground and came off the basement” — joelsanchez
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looks like a pyramidal oak tree. take a picture and bring to garden center
Pyramidal Oak Tree???? is how this is described but looks like it could be GG's Red
Pyramid oak
“Walkway, create character and separate spaces in an otherwise blank backyard.” — riverhills
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