76,932 purple tree Home Design Photos

Contemporary Landscape
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Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8)
purple smoke tree/for our zone/...low water grows into a tree....often
Purple Smoke Tree (Cotinus coggyria) zones 4 to 8 low water shrub or tree
maybe replace the forsythia that grows wildly with the purple smoke tree for some colour
purple smoke tree, cotinus coggyygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8
Purple Smoke Tree (Continus coggygria cultivars) - prefer Full to Part sun
Color palette Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) beauty
Purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria cultivars, zones 4 to 8) is as common a site on the East Coast as the West, and though this low-water beauty will grow into a tree, it's often cut to the ground in late winter, a practice that prompts it to send up tall new stems with bigger leaves. (Don't cut
“Purple Smokebush - We use this in gardens, relatively inexpensive deciduous shrub. Nice leaf shape” — Avant Garden Chicago, Inc.
Shannon Malone
Exterior
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Love the trees with purple flowers
ornamental tree to use anywhere in your yard. Make sure to allow enough room for its spread when planting it next to your house, sidewalk or driveway.It's a good choice next to a patio (see first photograph). Its form adds sculpture, its flowers add color and its leaves provide dappled shade.
“Trees” — pisces6
The American Gardener, LLC
Residential Landscape Throughout The Growing Season
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What's the name of that tree in the picture
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE TREE
flowering tree shown here is cercis canadensis, or redbud. Notice it is in clump form instead of a single tree trunk.
This flowering tree is redbud or cercis canadensis.
Redbud tree would be nice too
purple in fall(forest pansy redbud, cercis canadensis
turns purple in fall; deciduousLight requirement: Full sunWater requirement: Regular
“redbud” — carolynnslater
Fredrick Dawson Design Consulting
Cabbagetown
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this tree. What is the name of it? Would it grow in Bermuda (hot weather)
Reminds me of that purple tree in hawaii
Cherry blossom trees, raised beds, modern bench
The cherry blossom trees are spot on !
Cherry blossom trees - garden
Wow beautiful ! Redbud tree?
The tree and an feel
cherry tree…. WOW!!!!
Gray paint pink tree
as the tree was existing
this tree!!!...I love the trees...cherry trees!!...peach tree...Tree colors...Blooming tree...The tree...Love the tree...Fence, trees...cherry trees...tree foliage...Trees for house...is that tree...Pretty trees...flowering tree...patio tree...tree cover
“Cornertree” — trulove
Suzman Design Associates
7 Reviews
Private Residence
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What kind of tree is this? How much sun does it require?
love this tree! We live in Western NC. Also how big do they get?
I like the colour of the tree
Good for tree down back yard
Beautiful feature tree and gravel definition at the base
I want a tree like this in honor of my mom
Plant a tree in honor of a life. You may have heard of planting a tree in celebration of a birth. I think the same logic applies for a death. The tree symbolizes not the fact that your loved one has died, but that he or she lived.I suggest a flowering tree. When the tree blossoms every year, the branches
“Dogwood” — sdombr12
Terra Rubina
1 Review
Formal in Noe Valley
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On a smaller scale, plants can work in conjunction with fences or walls to expand their height. This may be done with small, ornamental trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces.
Like to surround the fruit trees with
ornamental trees or large shrubs. Place them as needed for screening small spaces. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum, zones 5 to 8, shown here) serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
“Corner garden” — rmilica
Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
Natural Landscapes
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patens), Purple-leaf plum in the back over the bench, Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium, Achillea millefolium in the background, the lavenders were Spanish Lavender (Lavandula stoechas). Of course, there's more all around the property, but that should be most of he ones you see here. Hope that helps!! :)
patens), Purple-leaf plum in the back over the bench, Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium, Achillea millefolium in the background, and of course, the lavenders were Spanish Lavender (Lavandula stoechas). Of course, there's more all around the property, but that should be most of he ones you see here. Hope
the plant placement and the trees
like some purple and pink with that green?
Drought hardy perennials in a gravel and boulder garden with a lush lawn behind and beautiful trees. This is what I can do at our place.
“Landscape” — n4132595n
Bates Design Associates, LLC
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Holiday
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Didn't think I would, but I love the red and purple.
Purple fushia brown green orange soft white
Purple and red. Purple has long been known as the color of royalty, so bring a regal touch to your holiday decor by mixing it with red. The dark purple makes the red stand out and is an especially great option in a room full of wood.
“Purple fushia brown green orange soft white” — ggluv
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