Topiary is the art of clipping the foliage of shrubs to maintain clearly defined shapes. This juniper tree has been trimmed to create its unusual shape.
The leaves on this red maple tree are starting to change color in the autumn.
A pair of crab apple trees add height to a landscaped garden.
Landscaped garden bed with rock feature and rows of asters and begonias.
Pair of blue spruce trees used in landscape design of golf course
Cedar Trees have been planted close together to form an 8 foot privacy hedge.
Bright orange color of the maple leaves in fall
In this photo the honey locust tree overhangs the roof of an ornamental garden gazebo.
White spruce or Picea glauca is an evergreen tree which has a single straight trunk that ends in a symmetrical conical crown.
Vibrant red color of the maple tree in fall.
A bumper crop of black walnuts this season from our black walnut tree in the back garden.
The fruit of the apple tree, red apples are ready for picking.
The leaves of the harlequin maple tree are easily recognized by their two-toned color.
These cedar trees have been planted closely together to form a hedge for added privacy.
Maple trees are the most colorful trees in the forest in Fall.
A row of crabapple trees add height to this landscape design. This garden will be even more striking in spring when the crab apple trees are in full bloom.
This photo shows the distinct shape of the red maple leaf.
This Norway Spruce has a bumper crop of cones which are concentrated on the upper third of the tree.
A golf course is a great place to see many different types of landscape trees.
Striking red fall leaves of the maple tree stand out against the blue sky.
A pair of crab apple trees starting to lose their leaves in the fall.
White spruce tree growing on the banks of the river.
The leaves of the honey locust turn yellow in the fall.
The leaves of the red maple tree turn a vibrant orange/red in the fall.