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Wallace Landscape Associates
4 Reviews
Greenville, DE Landscape
Hi, is the stone border of the path bluestone? If not, what is it? Also, what are the wonderful trees that make up the allee? Thank you!!!
You are correct, the edging is PA blue stone. The trees are Red Spire Pears.
like the ornamental grass - near front door
Like the idea of filling in square with ornamental grasses. Looks nice and requires no maintenance. Could keep our garden working around it.
small trees add plenty of cozy charm
tree lined path same plants along path--not a bunch of different ones pebble path with stone lined border this is one of my favorite pictures
“I could picture gravel area with crepe myrtles lining a walkway up to bottom stairs” — rileylass
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
What are the various trees and shrubs used for privacy?
I love the mosaic of privacy trees and shrubs but am not good at identifying them-- please help!
what is the growth time and tree type for this privacy wall?
too big/aggressive and disrupt our hardscaping. I noticed that you planted these close to the hardscaping too. Did you do anything special to let the trees grow but also preserve the beautiful hardscaping? Thanks so much !
trees Southern Magnolia variety "Mig-Tig
Hello. The trees on the right are magnolia trees. They have large white
white flowers in the summer. The trees in the back with the lilac flowers are Crape Myrtle. Those you can find with all kids of color flowers. Mine are pink. I live in FL. The Magnolia here is an evergreen, the other tree drops the leaves in the winter, and need to be cut back every Spring, so they will come
“Hedge” — kosteen1234
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Can you please tell me the name of the trees with the brilliant red-orange foliage? Thank you!
expectation of having one ornamental tree. •The root systems spread quickly and far, so dig a hole that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height. •Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots. •Place the tree in the hole and fill it in
Japanese Maples - - love these trees
•Spread 3 inches of mulch atop the soil but do not let it touch the tree's trunk. •If conditions are dry or if you plant during the summer, make sure the tree is watered regularly, but be careful not to overwater. •To keep the tree from spreading, prune any suckers that emerge from the base.
“Hmm. Make use of the huge rock pile to create a cairn off to the SW of the property? Could be fun.” — nibmrose
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
River House
multiple terraces, pool, outdoor shower, putting green and fire pit. A long concrete seat wall guides visitors to the front entry accentuated by a tall ornamental grass backdrop. Local boulders, rivers stone and River Birch where also incorporated into the entry landscape, borrowing from the materiality of
Can you please tell me what kind of trees these are ?? The whole project looks fantastic . Thank you .
“high ceiling” — lma31
What kind of tree is this?
Love this tree don't know what it is
Beautiful tree here, with a haircut!
Beatiful ornamental tree
Keep lemon tree idea
Elm tree! (Elmtree?)
need one of those bushes/trees!
elm tree (ulmus glabra pendula)
Elm tree (grafted??)
elm tree...cool elm tree...The tree...elm tree
“colour” — lrain60
Haddonstone Ltd
Are they real trees or artificial?
What kind of trees are they and where would I find them?
Love the trees beautiful entrance
Cypress trees...Trees entrance...Twisted cedar tree...Potted trees
“Marble porch” — Gabriela Galescu
Lilyvilla Gardens
1 Review
Lilyvilla Display Garden
banana trees grow here? come in ornamental version and may look good massed together
The gravel walkway with banana tree leaves overhang
banana trees and cypress tree look good
out the declining stems, which means that the plantings (if any) beneath the bananas should be durable enough to handle occasional foot traffic. Ornamental bananas are ideal as focal points in a bed of perennials or ground covers, and occasionally as specimens surrounded by open space. Smaller types
“I would never come out of here!” — cmtruax24
Dawn Hearn Interior Design
26 Reviews
Traditional Christmas Living and Dining Room
This Great Room features beautiful holiday decorations. Dining Room table centerpiece, chandelier bows, mirror greenery spray, Christmas tree, mantle garland, rose bowls...
Love the tree topper----how was it made? Thanks
Tree add tons of gold ornaments to green and red of various sizes
white trim wood doors xmas tree
One day.... This will be what my Christmas tree and house looks like.
the gold trees on the buffet
“Holiday light fixture” — kvbrooker
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