6,002 weeping white pine Home Design Photos

Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
An Active Lifestyle
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specimen Louisa Crabapples are anchors. Weeping White Pine, Japanese Maples, dwarf Hemlocks, Scotch Pines, and Weeping Spruce are sprinkled throughout the
specimen Louisa Crabapples are anchors. Weeping White Pine, Japanese Maples, dwarf Hemlocks, Scotch Pines, and Weeping Spruce are sprinkled throughout the
Maples, dwarf Hemlocks, Scotch Pines, and Weeping Spruce are sprinkled throughout the garden.
Weeping plant to cover trunk on hill
“Pretty As A Picture” — darlarehmer
Blue Ridge Landscaping
7 Reviews
Lakefront Cottage
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That tree is Pinus strobus 'Pendula', commonly called a weeping white pine. Hope that helps, thanks for asking!
Like the color of this cedar siding along with white trim
Love siding color, windows, stone, and white trim.
weeping cedar
“Maple” — jaspe709
Topiary Courtyard Specialty and Accent Plants LLC
Roswell Oasis
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weeping white pine
“weeping white pine” — luadams
Alfresco Landscapes, LLC
The Sanctuary
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weeping white pine
“weeping white pine” — luadams
Blue Ridge Landscaping
7 Reviews
Summer Landscape 2012
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weeping white pine
“weeping white pine” — luadams
The Outdoor Room, LLC
Bethlehem Pennsylvania Estate
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contrast and energy to the summer landscape. Evergreen plants including Weeping White Pine, Cripps False Cypress, Boxwood and a Topiary Blue Star Juniper offer
contrast and energy to the summer landscape. Evergreen plants including Weeping White Pine, Cripps False Cypress, Boxwood and a Topiary Blue Star Juniper offer
Love the stone, white and black shutters
“Weeping evergreens with chartreuse” — ickoo
The Outdoor Room, LLC
Bethlehem Pennsylvania Estate
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featuring chartreuse Deutzia, Blue Star Juniper, Purple Cone Flower and Weeping White Pine. The contrasts yielded through color & texture offer season-long interest
weeping white pine and coneflower
“The yellow plant” — ilovepete
Stephen Cox-Cox Landscape & Garden Design
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Residence
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created with the use of three specimen trees; a weeping beech, a weeping white pine and a pom-pon austrian pine. Unusual material to provide a one-of-a-kind
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