West UniversityTraditional Landscape, Houston

This is an example of a mid-sized traditional partial sun stone driveway in Houston. —  Houzz
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ERIC ZWANE wrote:May 2, 2016
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    Thank you. They are Crape myrtles. They grow about 20' tall.

  • Renee

    You might also consider the Hornbeam Fastigula (sp?) - lovely narrow trees. Crepe Myrtles can get quite "puffy" at the top and grow very large. But they are super cute now in this pic!!

Amy Christodoulo wrote:Jun 5, 2015
jh1028 wrote:Apr 7, 2015
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    Thanks for your comments and question. Try your locate stone yard. They typically sell these pavers.

  • Jordan S

    Do you know the manufacturer of these pavers?

Ann Warsham Interiors, Inc. wrote:Sep 21, 2014
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    Thanks for your question. The driveway is a natural granite paver with dark gray grout. It is laid on a 6" concrete sub slab.
  • Lynn Sasser

    Could you lay them on an old concrete drive way? They look dark brown, could you send me the name and color of the pavers,please?

Jason Junkin wrote:Nov 13, 2015
Hannah Parker Home wrote:Aug 26, 2014
sbssb wrote:Aug 4, 2014

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lauren Dunec Design added this to How to Make Your Driveway Part of Your GardenMay 18, 2017

5. Alternating border. This Houston entryway checks all the right boxes for driveway plantings: stylish, easy-care and in keeping with the home’s architecture. The neat row of white-flowering crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica) trees and potted boxwoods breaks up what could feel like a hardscape corridor. Both the repetition and the height variation between the tree canopies and knee-high pots make this design particularly effective.Maintenance-wise, boxwoods like these would need a bimonthly shearing to keep them in little balls, and the crape myrtles would require a semiannual pruning to keep them under 15 feet tall.See more plants to grow in pots

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mandy kaur added this to mandeep000's Ideasyesterday

driveway - tree planters oreintation

jenyoung2 added this to jenyoung2's Ideasyesterday

Stamped cement like this but with a sandstone look

April Ulmer added this to driveway3 days ago

The driveway is a natural granite paver with dark gray grout. It is laid on a 6" concrete sub slab.

mollylucy added this to outside6 days ago

Trees (shorter) for new driveway path and stone/mulch for exposed dirt areas??

Lisa Easley added this to OutdoorJul 13, 2019

I like the wall fence, the area between the fence and the driveway

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