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Inspiration for an asian stone landscaping in San Francisco for fall.

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Inspiration for an asian stone landscaping in San Francisco for fall. —  Houzz

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esterling wrote:October 20, 2011
  • bepsf
    Not necessarily - with some carpentry skills, time & patience, you could probably do it yourself.
  • esterling
    Really good point...I'll have to enlist some friends with carpentry skills though!
motherbear wrote:November 21, 2011
  • Dirt Digger
    Well, I live in Texas and mine was about 5 ft tall when I put it in...it's grown about an inch per year here...they are VERY slow growing, but that is ok by me...we have 12 different species on our acre and they are all planted as understory trees amongst our old oaks.
  • John Queviedo
    If I'm not mistaken, that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple. His name is due to the intense orange color they usually get during fall and earlier spring. Japanese Maple take a lot time to grow, that's why as bigger they are , as more expensive they get. The plant in the picture could be approximately between 7 to 9 years old, the growing also depend of the soil's quality.
gerrialpert wrote:December 5, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Benjamin Moore's Caroline Gull is a similar color.
  • mini007
    What kind of Japanese maple is on the left?
chrissysinthegarden wrote:July 13, 2012
  • chrissysinthegarden
    Thank you. A leaf blower, of course. But a sweeper and tea? Tra la, tra la! That sounds good to me!
  • Catherine
    COConsultants..I like how you think!
amolinek wrote:October 11, 2012
Where can the statue be purchased?

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    Richard Kramer
    It was bought over 15 years ago and not sure where that was. I hope you can find one similar.
  • Benjamin Pash
    hey whats that red flowering tree calles?
Rea Rangaka wrote:October 30, 2012
Sandra wrote:November 23, 2013
Can you please tell me what the small tree is on the LHS. Thanks

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    Richard Kramer
    Small one on right is a Acer disectum Atropurpureum, You can get neat maples at Marca Dickie Nursery in Boyes Hot Springs, Ca
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    on left side Japanese maple "bloodgood"
schoggi7 wrote:December 6, 2013
What is the stain color of the fence?

    mogolf wrote:February 10, 2014
      garyfabian wrote:July 30, 2015
      What kind of rocks are used for the pathway?

        janis9446 wrote:August 22, 2015
        Will Japanese maple do well in Arizona?

        - Will Japanese maple do well in Arizona?

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          MyGround Site Development

          Many Japanese Maples are under story trees and would often get burnt in a hot, full sun environment. So, if you are planting them below some other bigger trees, they could work great. As always, plant health is soil health, so attend to your soil microbiology with sensitivity and research.

        • Jason Kilmer

          They have one China berry tree that does well but it leaves a mess. Pretty tree though

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