2,368 topiary Home Design Photos

Haddonstone Ltd
California
Ideabooks1,983
Questions4
classic topiary form is the spiral
I show you this for two reasons - to see if you like shaped topiaries and to say you cannot use a marble like this or many tiles for exterior applications because they are too slick - the coefficient of friction is too low.
Ordered topiaries in pots - the repetition
classic topiary form is the spiral. Choose a plant that has already been shaped or select your own upright evergreen. An arborvitae is a good choice for this type of creation.
“doors” — girlygoo
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Christmas Holiday Decor
Ideabooks1,745
Questions0
round topiary is made festive with a garland of silver ornaments. Mary Prince © 2012 Houzz
A year round topiary is made festive with a garland of silver ornaments.
year-round topiary in Boston.
spiral topiary....front door topiary...killer topiary!...Christmas topiary...Wreaths topiary
“pretty leaded transom” — jcascioli
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks1,644
Questions6
for a topiary that's both beautiful and edible.
Love the simple pair of topiary trees.
Keep my topiaries for living room
Awesome matching topiaries. Can do this style with lime trees, perfect
Topiaries aren't just for traditional spaces. Try two matching trees, shaped as standards, in a modern space. Use this technique on a lemon or lime tree for a topiary that's both beautiful and edible.
“fur couch” — karitane
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
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Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
Lake Residence
Ideabooks823
Questions3
Add some topiaries to your front entry. Who doesn't like a topiary to greet visitors? Common plant species for topiaries include boxwood, bay laurel, holly, myrtle and privet.
topiaries are a good addition near front
some topiaries to your front entry. Who doesn't like a topiary to greet visitors? Common plant species for topiaries include boxwood, bay laurel, holly, myrtle and privet.
Common plant species for topiaries include boxwood
some topiaries to your front entry. Who doesn't like a topiary to greet visitors? Common plant species for topiaries include boxwood, bay laurel, holly, myrtle and privet.
“Limestone Rock and pattern” — kaylahoffman
Alex Amend Photography
Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook Design
Ideabooks3,211
Questions5
great topiary trees for front porch.
Nice seaside topiary.
Love the tent and topiaries
Topiary and flower...Topiary pots
“European elegance” — cherieacollett1
Kelley & Company Home
Beach House
Ideabooks16,265
Questions15
Candles on mantel, art, rug, topiaries
love the topiaries and the dogs on the fireplace
Love the topiary and pots beside fireplace
way the topiaries are used. They bring a wonderfully organic balance to a room that's brimming with personality.
way the topiaries are used. They bring a wonderfully organic balance to a room that's brimming with personality.
“longhuwan” — susansay
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Rodeo Estate Tuscan Landscape
Ideabooks1,389
Questions1
Structure from topiary
clay pots with topiaries
Eugenia topiary [Syzgium]
topiaries by the garage...
tall topiary trees and abrovite
Holly topiary...Beautiful topiaries
“Holly topiary” — boogeweem
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Rose Garden
Ideabooks8,958
Questions10
privet topiaries.
Topiary and planters
not like topiary...twisted topiary...Privet topiaries...Box woods topiaries...Potted topiaries
“creeping fig and new dawn roses” — Theresa Nicoletto
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