Dwarf Alberta Spruce Landscaping Ideas
Photo by Doreen Wynja
Picea glauca 'Conica'
A perfect cone shaped dwarf conifer displaying dense green needles which are soft to the touch. Excellent as a container plant or miniature Christmas tree. Makes a formal statement in the garden.
Pine tree for the background - va21
Photo by Vision Pictures
Picea glauca 'Conica'
Design ideas for a traditional landscaping in Los Angeles.
same tree without trim - va21
Landscape Architect: Howard Cohen
Photography by: Bob Narod, photographer, LLC
Design ideas for a mid-sized traditional backyard stone garden path in DC Metro.
This is an example of a contemporary backyard landscaping in Chicago.
backyard? Like out lush this looks..different textures and colors - mccauleysirk
Picea glauca conica 'MonRon' Tiny Tower®
Photo of a traditional landscaping in Los Angeles.
Great for the flower bed at the clinique under Caroline's window and can be docorated with lights in the winter - kathie34
Plantings include Cut Leaf Japanese Maple, Korean boxwood hedge, dwarf Alberta Spruces and Dwarf Norway Spruce. Pavers used are Belgard.
Design ideas for a traditional partial sun front yard concrete paver landscaping in Philadelphia for spring.
The boxwood is a bit too formal with the clipping but this can be done a bit softer - zbergerassociates
L to R: Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Goldmound Spirea, Anthony Waterer Spirea, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Cushion Spurge, Siberian Iris.
Front: Russian Sage, Princess Spirea, Cushion Spurge, Purple Gem Rhododendron, and Cushion Spurge.
This front border is under a bay window. In dire need of new mulch!!
Bonnie D Loubier
A spiral dwarf alberta spruce accentuates the corner of the brick patio. The red maple contrasts with the yellow home & custom designed green shutters.
Photo of a contemporary landscaping in Calgary.
Montgomery spruce; also sester's dwarf spruce - mermar90
Built in the 1950s, this rambler housed a dark, cramped galley kitchen only 6’ x 20’. A later addition added more space, but wasn’t optimally designed. So, when they purchased the property, the new owners did so with the intent of gutting and remodeling the first floor.
The goal of the renovation was to create a functional, dedicated kitchen and dining room space while keeping many of the home’s historic touches. The first step was to remove the bearing wall between kitchen and living room and install a structural beam to create a seamless connection between the two spaces.
A large center island was designed to be the focal point of the space, complete with a new farm sink and room to serve four or more people. A professional range with a stylish wooden hood was installed and custom cabinets wrap around the entire kitchen to provide plenty of storage.
Meanwhile, a custom-built hutch was installed in the dining room area, as was a butler’s pantry, to add more flair to the project. A timeless tile backsplash was installed to spruce up the soft color granite top which was carefully selected to harmonize with cabinet and floor color schemes.
The lighting was revamped and redesigned for entire space, including a couple of hanging pendants over the island. Wide plank distressed hardwood flooring was installed all over the kitchen and dining room to maintain the integrity of historic look.
With all new appliances, linen-stained maple cabinetry and distressed wood Island, old world hickory floor and more, this project moved from its dysfunctional status to fun and funky.
A photo of Soft Serve® False Cypress in the landscape. This evergreen is compact, conical with soft fern-like branching. It is a great substitute for dwarf Alberta spruce.
Soft serve false cypress - virginia_adam
A simple front yard foundation planting using Hybrid Rhododendron, PJM Rhododendron, and Dwarf Alberta Spruce. The late spring and summer perennials are beginning to emerge. A simple stepping stone leads to the main front walkway and then to the side yard stone and stucco terrace.
Front Yard Landscape as viewed from the public sidewalk. This landscape includes a mixed garden with Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Boxwood, Plum, Bergenia, Morning Light Miscanthus, Catmint, Autumn Joy Sedum, Lamb's Ear, Endless Summer Hydrangeas, and Geraniums.
Bloodgood Japanese Maples, Thundercloud Plums, Star Magnolia and a Red Cutleaf Japanese Maple are showing their best leaf color of the year. Redbuds; in full purple color, brighten the outer edges of the property Boxwood hedges and topiary Dwarf Alberta Spruce compliment the formality of the home.
A simple front yard foundation planting using Hybrid Rhododendron, PJM Rhododendron and Dwarf Alberta Spruce. The late spring and summer perennials are beginning emerge.
flowers - prestleymhammond
Custom Landscape, Lighting & Hardscape
Design ideas for a mediterranean full sun stone landscaping in DC Metro.
Belgian Block curbing creates a formal accent to the stone home. Bloodgood Japanese Maples, Thundercloud Plums, Star Magnolia, Forsythia and a Red Cutleaf Japanese Maple are just starting to show their early spring color. Boxwood hedges compliment the formality of the home.
Belgian Block curbing creates a formal accent to the stone home. The stone steps and the curved stone walls lead visitors gracefully from the motor court parking to the front of the house.