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Design ideas for a traditional side yard landscaping in San Francisco.

Classical entryway

Columnar evergreens provide a rhythmic structure to the flowing bluestone entry walk that terminates in a fountain courtyard. A soothing palette of green and white plantings keeps the space feeling lush and cool. Photo credit: Verdance Fine Garden Design

Design ideas for a traditional side yard landscaping in San Francisco. —  Houzz

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arkyinohio wrote:March 19, 2011
ja5salsa wrote:May 23, 2011
  • motherbear
    Those are Delta white pansies(annuals).
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    Verdance Landscape Design
    Hi, those actually are white Impatiens. This is a cool-season annual that should be readily available at nurseries. Thanks for asking!
    John
louisefreeman wrote:April 2, 2012
What plant forms the hedge?

- what is the hedge?

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    Verdance Landscape Design
    Thanks for asking! The "hedge" behind the juniper trees actually is a wall covered in Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila). The large shrub in the back corner is English Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus).
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    carla_jacobs
    Stuning! Wish this could work in Virginia!
rbcola wrote:August 8, 2012
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    Heynssens + Grassman, Inc.
    As landscape architects in Illinois I can advise you that neither the fig nor cypress would survive outside in the Midwest. Try Skyrocket Juniper or other juniper species. Also try cultivars of Chamaecyparis - false cypress, which has a similar narrow, upright habit. Columnar Oak is deciduous and will easily attain 5' in width and 25' in height, so make sure you have space for it.
  • lbarmstrong3378

    emerald arborvitae works in my climate, the Atlanta area. It's not quite as skinny but has similar effect. This is quite beautiful by the way and I'm trying to recreate it for my new entryway to my backyard. Thank you for showing us amazing things in small spaces!


donnaeb wrote:August 13, 2012
What are the tall narrow tress call. love the look. Thanks

  • Sucheta Potnis
    Wonderful creation and more importantly, great answers. Unlike so many questions on Houzz which go unanswered, you have been generous with your responses. Hope the many other providers learn from that. Bravo.
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    Verdance Landscape Design
    Thank you, Sucheta! You just made my evening.
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