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Le jardinet
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and the beauty of this tree overcomes the tiny trouble of removing the suckers! I don't know how many people complimented this tree: everyone loves the tiny
they always want to know what it is! I live in Quebec (Canada) and those trees are rarely planted here, unfortunately!
Caution: Golden locust trees can produce unwanted suckers in some parts of the U.S.
golden locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia "Frisia"
Deer Resistant=Golden Locust Tree Zone- 4-9 Full Sun 30-50ft
golden locust tree (deciduous) zones 4-9 , 30-50 ft up and wide
Golden locust tree (Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia')
‘Frisia’Common name: Golden locust treeWhere it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone) Water requirement: Low once
golden locust tree zone 4 to 9
“Golden locust. Deer resistant” — paulkiely
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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your front porch? Consider a large-leaved succulent such as this aeonium (zones 9 to 11) as an alternative. Your neighbors are guaranteed to notice.
Potted plant zone 9-11. Aeonium. succulent.
Aeonium sppCommon names: Aeonium, houseleek treeUSDA zones: 9 and up; hardy to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (find your zone)Water requirement: Low, but prefers more
your front porch? Consider a large-leaved succulent such as this aeonium (zones 9 to 11) as an alternative. Your neighbors are guaranteed to notice.
“Plants” — mopete0210
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
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Ceres
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graced by the yellow fall colour of Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree). This tree also emits a subtle sweet fragrance in the fall.
Katsura (Cercidiphyllum japonicum) Fragrant tree in fall, zones 4-9
China Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone) Water requirement: Average but needs more water in full sun
ChinaWhere it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone)Water requirement: Average but needs more water in full sunLight
tucking a teak Chippendale-style bench among the trees. Here a Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree) shows off its fall colors and puts out a subtle
tucking a teak Chippendale-style bench among the trees. Here a Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Katsura tree) shows off its autumn colours and puts out a subtle
“http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/31398825/list/8-plants-for-a-deliciously-fragrant-fall-garden” — Annie Thornton
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Banyon Tree Design Studio
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Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
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“Grace Smoke Tree. Zone 4-9. Full sun. 10-15' high x 10-15' spread. Drought and deer tolerant. Purplish leaves.”
Hillside-Oat grass, smoke tree, tall grass
Grace Smoke Tree. Zone 4-9. Full sun. 10-15' high x 10-15' spread. Drought and deer tolerant. Purplish leaves.
'Grace' * Common names: 'Grace' smoke tree; 'Grace' smoketree; 'Grace' smoke bush; 'Grace' smokebush USDA zones: 4-9 Water requirement: average; do not overwater
'Grace') Common names: 'Grace' smoke tree; 'Grace' smoketree; 'Grace' smoke bush; 'Grace' smokebush USDA zones: 4-9 Water requirement: average; do not
'Grace')Common names: 'Grace' smoke tree; 'Grace' smoketree; 'Grace' smoke bush; 'Grace' smokebush USDA zones: 4-9Water requirement: average; do not o
like the purple grace smoke tree
“Smoke tree” — Yazmin Kuball
Deborah Cowder
Leptospermum laevigatum
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name: Leptospermum laevigatum Common names: Australian Tea Tree, Coast Tea Tree USDA zones: 9 to 11 likes acidic soil, tho Water requirement: Little to
Coast Tea Tree USDA zones: 9 to 11 Water requirement: Little to none Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 to 30 feet tall and wide Tolerances: Drought;
The picturesque appearance of the tea tree, highly ornamental and sculptural, makes it inherently a specimen tree. Given room and time to mature, its limbs
“Leptospermum laevigatum (mature)” — Small Spot Gardens
Suzette Hosken
Coast Tea Tree (Leptospermum laevigatum)
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Botanical name: Leptospermum laevigatum Common names: Australian Tea Tree, Coast Tea Tree USDA zones: 9 to 11 Water requirement: Little to
Botanical name: Leptospermum laevigatum Common names: Australian Tea Tree, Coast Tea Tree USDA zones: 9 to 11
Australian Tea tree leptospermum laevigatum
More of the Australian tea tree...... Beautiful
Australian Tea Tree is a showstopping specimen tree that exudes a casual and understated aesthetic. The flaky gray bark and twisting form of the tree's trunk
trunk are identifiers of the tea tree and what make it so unlike any other. The trunk and bark only become more sculptural with age.
“Tea tree” — twenty7 design
Ms. Sadie
Australian Tea Tree (Leptospermum laevigatum)
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Botanical name: Leptospermum laevigatum Common names: Australian Tea Tree, Coast Tea Tree USDA zones: 9 to 11 Water
name: Leptospermum laevigatumCommon names: Australian Tea Tree, Coast Tea TreeUSDA zones: 9 to 11Water requirement: Little to noneLight requirement: Full
Australian Tea Tree (Leptospermum laevigatum)
Australian Tea tree...Trees Australian Tea Tree...TREE to buy...love this autralian tea tree...Tree trunk...tea tree...at the beach....driftwood & live tree landscaping...tree structure...Austrailian tea tree
“Awesome” — kbedford
Monrovia
Chinese Pistachio Pistacia chinensis
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find a nursery in my area that carries this, but don't know why. I am in zone 7B west of Atlanta. Seems like it should work here. Where else can I try
CHINESE PISTACHIO TREE: A great tree for the warm zones 7 (0°F) to 9 (20°F), Chinese pistachio (Pistacia
three or more. A mature tree can serve as a substantial shade tree. USDA zones: 6 to 9 Water requirement: Moderate, but the tree is flexible enough to
young; this tree grows up to be a showstopper.
A great tree for the warm zones 7 (0°F) to 9 (20°F)
three or more. A mature tree can serve as a substantial shade tree. USDA zones: 6 to 9 Water requirement: Moderate, but the tree is flexible enough to accept
good fall color, slow grower, zone 6-9...Great tree as a focal point
“Colorful tree” — brooke94523
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