From the genus rosa (rose), this perennial flowering shrub produces lovely white rose flower.
Oak Tree Leaves photo taken at night with street lamp illumination. The Oak tree is a hard wood and in the Quercusgenus family.
Osprey (Pandion-haliaetus) uses wood twigs and sticks to create a large strong nest site which may hold 2 to 3 chicks. This Osprey has nested on a man made platform where other wise they would nest in tall pines or spruce trees. Appears to be the mother only with eggs .. no chicks yet!
Weeping Pea Shrub is a small garden landscape tree which can be used on the corner or ends of gardens. Pea Shrub produces a nice colorful yellow flower and has small green leaves. This pea shrub is Known as Caragana-arborescens-Pendula (Weeping type).
A “Wow Garden” in part has to do with contrast between plants and trees. If you have mature cedar hedge, it creates a great dark green back drop for bright contrasting garden flowers as can be seen to the photo. Don’t have 5-8 years to wait for cedar trees to grow, then possibly consider a fence.
Picture of a Maple Tree Leaf floating down stream in the autumn Season.
Member of the syringa-vulgaris, this unique purple with white border lilac tree flower is unique .. rewarding it’s proud owners every spring!
The evergreen cedar tree fights to germinate it’s seed and survive in the forest. In this photo, little cedar seeds have found their way between the limestone cracks and with a little water try to establish themselves.
Many property owners plant sapling trees for a variety of reasons: create a wind block, property line identification … some for future generations of their families! These trees are about 25 to 30 years old and have many years left to develop for future generations!
The roots of a tree continue to grow and enlarge as the tree matures. Depending on the tree’s location, as in this photo, this cedar tree roots can be a nuisance when cutting grass and unsightly when protruding above the ground.
Evergreen Austrian Pine Tree has 4″-6″ long needles that are firm to the touch and quite sharp. The opposite to the thin soft needles on a white pine tree.
Stylish wood sign design with cut out wind sweep pine trees … sign creates a natural forest feel. Wood signs last longer when treated. One must retreat wood signs every 2-4 years to maintain the original design and one’s business image.
Top view of a oak tree sapling just in it’s first year of life!
Upscale landscape garden with rattan grass fence divider, palm tree and yellow bed flowers in spring – Sydney, AU
Timber frame construction of sign using wooden pegs to hold the joints together.
Unfortunately ash trees are being cut down to stop the spread of disease caused by the ash tree borer.
White birch tree branches are a stark contrast to the blue sky background.
Poplar wood trim painted white adds an ornamental feature in a century home.
The smoke bush can be a great plant to add to your landscape design. Here 2 smoke bushes decorate either side of a stairway with wooden rails for safety.
The sign in this photo warns the public not to venture out on ice that has formed on forest ponds during the winter months.
Cedar posts and rails are a popular choice for fences that denote the property line on country estates.
Don’t throw out those old boots just yet! All sorts of containers can be transformed into quirky landscaping ideas. These boots have been planted with a variety of succulent cactus and displayed on a wooden bench.
Cacti are succulent plants, meaning they are able to store water, which enables them to grow in very dry climates. The royal blue background in this photo provides a striking contrast to the pale green plants.
A mature cedar tree hedge denotes property line and also provides privacy to the homeowner.