62,789 smoke tree Home Design Photos

Banyon Tree Design Studio
7 Reviews
Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
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Smoke tree and blue oat grass
Smoke bush and blue oat grass
Grace smoke tree is purple leaves
Grace Smoke Tree. Zone 4-9. Full sun. 10-15' high x 10-15' spread. Drought and deer tolerant. Purplish leaves.
like the purple grace smoke tree
Love the "Grace Smoke Tree". The burgundy
'Grace' smoke tree; 'Grace' smoketree; 'Grace' smoke bush; 'Grace' smokebush USDA zones: 4-9Water requirement: average; do not overwaterSun requirement: Full sunMature size: 10-15’ h x 10-15’ spreadTolerances: drought, no significant pest problems, deer, resistant to oak root fungus
“rocks for retaining” — victoriaedmonton
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.
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 will
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 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 it down
“Purple Smoke Bush” — Twisted Vine Design
Contemporary Landscape
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like the red bush/tree in middle of lower right bed
Like the red bush (smoke tree) against the grasses. Like the railing
Smoke Tree: Fans of colorful seasonal foliage rejoice for ‘Grace’ smoke tree (Cotinus ‘Grace’). Plant this flamboyant
the Grace Smoke Tree
('Grace' smoke tree)
and the smoke bush...smoke tree...purple smoke bush...Smoke bush color...Red tree...and red smoke bush...Smoke tree, 10-15...Grace smoke tree...tagged smoke tree...like the grace tree
“Concrete wall” — brendairvine
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Great Plant Combinations
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Grace smoke bush (syn. Grace smoke tree)
Grace smoke bush adds deeper tones with its rich burgundy leaves. Botanical name: Cotinus ‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus x 'Grace') Common name: Grace smoke bush (syn. Grace
Grace smoke bush. Love this tree!
Grace smoke bush adds deeper tones. Water requirements are average to low. Plant is spring or fall.
Grace smoke bush 6x6' with pruning
Cotinus 'Grace' Smoke Bush or tree
Grace Smoke Bush Grace smoke bush adds deeper tones with its rich burgundy leaves. Botanical name: Cotinus ‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus x 'Grace') Common name: Grace smoke bush (syn. Grace smoke tree) Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA
Grace smoke tree (Cotinus) hardy in zones 4-9 - likes full sun
“Botanical name: Cotinus ‘Grace’ (syn. Cotinus x 'Grace') Common name: Grace smoke bush (syn. Gra” — tascharaymond
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
8 Reviews
Dymondia margaretae replaces water-thirsty lawn
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looks like smoke puffs in Summer. Photo: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
looks like smoke puffs in Summer.
colour of smoke tree cotinus coggyria purpureus dramatic foliage
Smoke tree....This three-season, deciduous shrub — although vigorous and rangy — can give you a year or two in a pot. In fall, treasure its
Smoke Tree Cotinus coggygria This three-season, deciduous shrub — although vigorous and rangy — can give you a year or two in a pot. In fall, treasure its purplish leaves. In spring and summer, the puffy, fading flowers inspire the smoky
Smoke Tree Cotinus coggygria This three-season, deciduous shrub — although vigorous and rangy — can give you a year or two in a pot. In fall, treasure its purplish leaves. In spring and summer, the puffy, fading flowers inspire the smoky name. When a plant threatens to outgrow its container, move
“Cotinus coggygria 'Purpureus' dramatic foliage that puts on a show of foliage in Autumn changing fro” — hopelobkowicz
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
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an Aloe Tree. Aloe barberae (syn. Aloe bainesii) is the botanical name. It is native to South Africa so I am not entirely sure about the winter cold temps in Las Vegas. Depending on the location of where its planted (protected from wind, etc), it should be alright, but some local nursery research would
'architectural tree however. Drew AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Tree in middle of pool. (Light trees)
Love the tree in the middle.
Build the deck around the tree, just
Aloe tree..... Pretty and functional...... Find out!
Infinity pool with a tree in the middle
yucca tree ( I didn't have my phone with me to take a picture). I like it for the front yard.
The tree being in the middle of the pool.
“Tree in middle of pool. (Light trees)” — anitakell
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
Asian-style Waterfall
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Now that's a waterfall. Trees beautiful
protect the tree from severe winds and harsh sunlight which can scorch its foliage. Routine pruning can promote air and sun circulation to the core of the tree, preventing future disease or infestation.Design plants with autumn color:Persian Ironwood | Smoke Tree | Bald Cypress | Feather Reed Grass | New Zealand
plants:Tree Aloe | Red Kangaroo Paw | Blue Chalk Sticks | Catmint | Slipper Plant
“Pretty” — jaailynx12
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks5,566
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the red tree/plant in the bottom rigjt corner?
maple tree. I have one like it in my yard. It actually turns several colors throughout the year - light green, deep green, bronze, blood red.
I think it may be part of a japanese maple tree. There is a pretty wide variety of colors, but the shape of the leaves looks similar.
design trees:Japanese Maple | Persian Ironwood | Smoke Tree | Bald Cypress | Tree Aloe
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