8,287 weeping birch Home Design Photos

Nature's Realm
14 Reviews
Arroyo springs in River Oaks
Ideabooks1,339
Questions1
It's a weeping river birch. Braes Bayou nursery has them
Weeping birch
“rock” — Sophie Kits
Cairn Construction Inc.
3 Reviews
Grove Street
Ideabooks1,019
Questions1
This could be done around the Weeping birch in the front
Around Birch tree
“Tree bench” — emwmichael
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
5 Reviews
Noe Valley Schoolhouse dining room
Ideabooks620
Questions5
Could do branches from the white bark weeping birch!!! Want to place different lengths of the trunk in the garden or as
“combination of bamboo and twigs” — mrsk2w
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Michelle
Frenchflair
Ideabooks12,189
Questions10
I love the look of the weeping alaskan cedar with the common cedar but it will take too long to achieve
According to what I read about it, it seems that it won't grow as big as the weeping hemlock. So, it all depends on how high you want it to be. Mine are more
Thanks Michelle, We are trying to decide on either a cryptomeria nana or the weeping hemlock
Hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 to 7, the weeping Alaskan cedar prefers full sun exposures, though it tolerates partial shade
Weeping Alaska cedar, weeping hemlock, cryptomeria
Add a weeping or pendulous tree. This may sound simplistic, but weeping and pendulous plants do help us feel relaxed
Add a weeping or pendulous tree. This may sound simplistic, but weeping and pendulous plants do help us feel relaxed
“tena tsara” — leajulian
Murphy & Co. Design
5 Reviews
The Gatehouse
Ideabooks4,432
Questions8
house where an old French Orangerie window with climbing roses rests. A weeping spruce anchors the corner of the yard. Photos by Susan Gilmore
smething like it nothing like the real thing. That tree is called a weeping spruce.
climb an old French orangerie window. A weeping spruce adds its unique profile to the site.
PlantsWeeping and contorted trees, as well as appropriately
Weeping and contorted trees, as well
“Stone” — elbcm75206
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
An Active Lifestyle
Ideabooks913
Questions1
along the mulch path. 14’ tall River Birch creates a garden entry while specimen Louisa Crabapples are anchors. Weeping White Pine, Japanese Maples, dwarf
dwarf Hemlocks, Scotch Pines, and Weeping Spruce are sprinkled throughout the garden.
14’ tall River Birch creates a garden entry while specimen Louisa Crabapples are anchors. Weeping White Pine, Japanese Maples, dwarf
Japanese Maples, dwarf Hemlocks, Scotch Pines, and Weeping Spruce are sprinkled throughout the garden.
dwarf Hemlocks, Scotch Pines, and Weeping Spruce are sprinkled throughout the garden
“Pretty As A Picture” — darlarehmer
Jon Eady Photographer
Cliff Line Road - Golden CO
Ideabooks2,248
Questions2
Where did you get the White Paper Birch poles?
Did you purchase these Birch logs from Commercial Silk Int'l. I have seen they have some products on
How do the birch branches hold on the floor?
Birch poles...Birch branch wall...Actual birch...birch wall...Birch branches...like the birch trees...birch wood wall...birch trees...love the birch tree trunks...birch stand...birch tree decor...Uplight birch trunks...Birch idea...white birch
“love the aspen wall.” — mmiargm2
Kemp Hall Studio
24 Reviews
Buckhead
Ideabooks14,189
Questions36
How was this exterior done? Is it weeping mortar over brick and then paint? What colors were used? I was st
Likely mostly brick but I need something to give it style - love the weeping mortar, the dark accents on the windows, doors, etc. Would like to know
The brick is painted and has a weeping mortar joint (the mortar is allowed to squish out and is not raked). Hope
The mortar is called weeping mortar and it literally does squish out of the joints as the mason puts
It is weeping mortar which is done when they lay the bricks. They apply extra mortar
shape of the existing bricks with the least expensive brick available. The weeping mortar detail was existing on the house and we matched that as well.
“House” — wohlhueters
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