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light around house with tree- my pick for the pathway lighting between the pool and fire area
Natural transition into heavy wooded area; lighting in trees
Japanese Maple tree. So attractive!...tree and bush lights...specimen tree
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
symmetrical olive trees and walkway with steps
Olive Tree ideas...Olive trees....like the olive tree...Swirl trees at front door
French Country Estate New Construction
What is the green ground cover under the trees on the bank
The large tree shown is a "black walnut" tree.
What kind of tree is the large one in the photo? Thank you!
is this in shaded areas?...tree on hillside...Back wall and gum tree...Feature tree
yes the tree,it will 'uwit kapuk randu in my country?'
The tree is the Chorisia speciosa (Silk Floss Tree)
(find your zone) Water requirement: MediumLight requirement: Sun to partial shadeMature size: 3- to 4-foot clumpBenefits and tolerances: Tolerates coastal
what is the grass under the tree?...What is the beautiful tree?...specimen tree...seating area under tree...Trees in backround
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
What is the small tree planted inside the courtyard? Such a nice touch!
Hi Christine - the courtyard tree is Celtis sinensis
Tree proximity to house. Provides shade.
pavement, windows onto courtyard, cutout for tree
Little cut out for tree
the topiary trees...Tree box...topia tree border...Trees and fence...Topiary trees
TG&R Landscape Group
what type of tree is shown in this photo?
Sorry, I didn't attach my prior question to the appropriate photo. There are other trees at this residence
Thank you Gil. This would be a Yoshino Cherry tree.
something similar around trees to keep lower garden from washing out
for retaining wall in front yard by olive tree
would look good under apple tree
Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Russian olive trees add a beautiful shade of silver sage to a landscape
Mediterranean soft hues garden - lavender, coast rosemary, olive trees
a simple table, as shown here, an artwork, water element or even a lovely tree. In small gardens one focal point is usually enough; in larger gardens there
I think that is an olive tree.