598,247 tree on wall Home Design Photos

Matt Varnado - Varnado Photography
Private Residence San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Thins is beautiful cypress and vines! minus the palm trees
very tall trees...can not remember name
Trees on balconies and climbing vines...nice cypress trees
“Thins is beautiful cypress and vines! minus the palm trees” — rowleypowley
Stillwater Architecture L.L.C.
4 Reviews
Modern Ski Chalet
stain colors-blue-grey and orangey wood tones with grasses and blue spruce trees
pulled into the landscape by the thoughtful placement of several blue spruce trees. The house trim, stained an orange-brown, makes a meaningful connection with
pulled into the landscape by the thoughtful placement of several blue spruce trees. The house trim, stained an orange-brown, makes a meaningful connection with
“DoNot go crazy!!” — morganschreiner
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
can you tell me what kind of tree grows on first picture?
rocks are lovely but no leaves on them w trees above. probably use of blower which is
pictures on same wall...Red tree...That an Acer Tree or an Japanese Maple...Low plants with trees
“DiffĂ©rentes textures” — Diane Maher
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Restoration of Rose Valley Farm
during construction. In addition to the many salvaged shrubs and trees, over 20 mature trees from our nursery were hand selected and transplanted onto the
the condition that half of the property remained as open space and notable trees and buildings would be protected and preserved. Our company was brought
house while providing critical screening from the surrounding development. Trees shading the formal gardens and untamed undergrowth swarming garden bed remnants
Stewartia was selected to enhance the diversity and compliment other mature trees as it decorates the landscape throughout the season with flowers, foliage
“By 10” — mkfine1
Exteriors By Chad Robert
9 Reviews
Private Residence
What kind of tree is that with the yellow flowers?
The yellow tree is Caesalpinia mexicana, Mexican Bird of Paradise
use of green and lush plantings, mexican bird of paradise tree.
cactus and palm trees
“Garden in AZ” — mercedesh1
Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
I like the white cement boxes with the stone and trees near the water
Bonsai tree ideas...Wall of doors...Small tree and river rock...rock trees
“Water crossing” — wendydiehl
is in dense shade. The bed only gets dappled light for a short time. The trees are very tall; their branches start about 20" up and are huge so it would
into consideration when choosing a site. The high cover of tall woodland trees gives dappled shade, which is ideal. In such a setting,the hydrangeas flower
Moreover, both flowers and leaves last longer into the winter when under some tree cover..." I have, personally, hydrangeas thriving in shade as well as in
copper tones maturing to dark green making it ideal for covering sheds, walls, fences and screening from unsightly objects and neighbours! The flowers
snowball bush instead of holly tree?
“blue aluminum” — Pamela Carrier
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Garden Pavilion
great way to hang those hammocks with no mature trees
could have a hammock area in the grove of tree area (like previous picture) with a few stepping stones to get there
I like this. No existing trees necessary
hammock idea on poles not trees
“hammocks” — familybach
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