3,868 zone 9 tree Home Design Photos

Michelle
Frenchflair
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take too long to achieve that look. Can you suggest 3 trees to mimic this look?
what kind of trees are in the back on the left
Need faster growing trees, what can mimic this look?
three to four weeks. They thrive in an acid soil and in a mild climate (zone 8). They don't loose their leaves in winter, which is a big plus. Next year's
Weeping and pendulous trees imitate this form. Notice the wonderful pendulous Alaskan Cedar trees (chamaecyparis nootkatensis, zones 4 to 8) in the photo
azaleas under trees are beautiful - under trees against fence?
Alaska Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 4 to 8; find your zone) Water requirement: Average to somewhat dry soil; 1 inch of water
“Corner of color” — mliautaud
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Woodvalley House
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what type of tree is this? Im looking for a tree to put to the house.
looking for a chi-chi Ginko Tree in the California Bay Area (San Jose) - are there any local dealers?
How did this 80' tall tree get into a slide show on
We love Gingko trees and have used several in the landscaping of our store in Mountain View. Summerwinds Nursery carries Gingko's but they
they are relatively small and it takes some time for the tree to get established and start gaining significant height. We have also used Capitol Wholesale
Wholesale Nursery in San Jose. This should be a fairly easy tree to find and grow. Enjoy!
Maidenhair tree USDA zones: 3 to 8 (find your zone) Water requirement: Soil should be well-drained. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade. Full sun is
“Backyards” — ccbarron
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Dianne Muyskens
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Hello! I love the trees, what are they? Do you know of a similiar tree that would do well in Central Florida? Thanks, Noel
what are the names of the trees both flowering and background? Hedges?
Are those cherry trees durning blossom time??
What are the white flowering trees used here?
Can't find if it will be hardy in zone 9 do you know? I live in az.
answered,but it was sometime ago. The four trees in the knott garden are Malus sargentini (crab apples) The trees behind are European hornbeams. Love the shape
love the style and balance, what kind of trees are those with the white flowers?
Malas Sargentii, flowering crabapple trees "tina"
What else should you trim on a young tree? Make sure the tree has one central leader branch — if it has two, cut off the one
Flowering trees in the corners of a t
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BAYBERRY NURSERIES
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The Details - Contemporary
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What is the name of the tree?? With the red leaves
range of Zone 5 - Zone 8. With that said, unfortunately in Zone 9 & 10 these trees will not be able to endure the heat.
There are some varieties that will work to zone 4 without much effort. Zone 3 will most likely be to cold without additional effort
well in a range of climate conditions, from the colder zones 3 and 4 to the warmer zones 8 and 9. In addition to Japanese maple, favorites include bigleaf
Rocky Mountain maple (A. glabrum) zones 3-8
autumn colors, smallish trees, use of rocks
maple trees - Acer palmatum & Acer japonicum no specific cultivar
What kind of trees are they?...What zones will this tree grow...love the way they planted the trees.
“Japanese Maples” — Ben Lokey
Bliss Garden Design
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Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
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What are the perennials under the maple tree?
Hi Sue - This is a Japanese maple Acer palmatum 'Fireglow'. A great small tree.
tree itself and tree mounding with grasses
your zone, any micro-climate within your zone that is specific to your site, the sun exposure and the soil conditions. This is in a very shaded Zone 8 garden
Perhaps we can prune the weed tree to make
Tree w varying ground cover and pea gravel
Need help for under our maple tree...beautiful tree and low growing plants
“Yard” — cjdehlin
Murphy & Co. Design
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The Gatehouse
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cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa, zones 5 to 9) and various cultivars of Norway spruce (Picea abies cvs, zones 2 to 8). Specimen trees chosen for this purpose must
obtusa, zones 5 to 9) and various cultivars of Norway spruce (Picea abies cvs, zones 2 to 8).
look in your garden. Trees to consider include Japanese white and black pines (Pinus parviflora and Pinus thunbergii, USDA zones 4 to 8), Hinoki false
cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa, zones 5 to 9) and various cultivars of Norway spruce (Picea abies cvs, zones 2 to 8).Specimen trees chosen for this purpose must
look in your garden. Trees to consider include Japanese white and black pines (Pinus parviflora and Pinus thunbergii, USDA zones 4 to 8), Hinoki false
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Koreman Landscape Company
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Our work
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Dwarf Alberta Spruce are the 5 mini "Christmas trees" in the middle-- 7' tall max mature height. The yellow-green Junipers around them are "Golden" Junipers
concolor, zones 4 to 7) American arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis, zones 3 to 8)
When selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind: •The trees should be
Evergreen trees to consider include: Colorado blue spruce (Picea pungens, zones 2 to 7), shown here Alaska cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis, zones 4 to 8)
When selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind: The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground. The trees should be well
selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind: The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground. The trees should be
“Variety” — nicoleautogrill
Billinkoff Architecture PLLC
West Village Brownstone
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an evergreen a Southern Magnolia tree instead (depending on where you live - I have no idea of your climate or zone.
gravel ground, planted tree for shade, bench
Love the screen and gravel with feature tree
Selecting the Right TreeWhen choosing a tree for a smaller garden, standard reference lists are not always helpful
important to know what the mature size of the tree is likely to be. In a nursery or garden center, the trees are generally only a few years old and bear
eventual size. Beware: Many information labels on trees at garden centers or nurseries say only how tall the tree will be in 10 or 20 years, and in most cases
of a tree at 20 years and 50 years.Shape: Shape is just as important as size, perhaps even more so in relation to the garden’s design. Upright trees can
This is a nice tree for a
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