HEAVEN AND EARTH LANDSCAPE DESIGN AND INSTALLATION 2567 COLLINGWOOD DALLAS TX. 972 247-3204 heavenandearthent@yahoo.com

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PHOTOS OF JAPANESE, ZEN GRAVEL GARDENS, WOODLAND LANDSCAPE, CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPE, PERENNIALS  GARDEN, TROPICAL DESIGNS...

Woodland effects with Fatsia, fern, Oakleaf Hydrangea and Cherry Laurel around Post Oak trees.
Wood Fern, Hosta, Oakleaf Hydrangea, and Fatsia Japonica combine for beautiful foliage effects.
Low maintenance Mediterranean effect of berm with cascading Dwarf Gardenia, Yucca and Cyperus.
Mixed evergreen and herbaceous perennials along walkway in Autumn.
Fall blooming Chrysanthemums brighten the neighborhood shortly before the first freeze.
Fan Palm, Yucca Pendula and Sago Palm share similar radiating shapes for dramatic effect.
Palm, Canna, Musella, and Yucca Pendula casting shadows on a stucco wall.
Hardy bannana in the background put you right in the tropics when you walk out the door.
Dwarf Indian Hawthornes, Hollies, Asian Jasmine and trees complement the modern architecture.
A contemporary home looks best with simplistic clean lines in the landscape.
Existing retaining walls and pool stonework are key components to, and enhanced by, this landscape design.
This stone age swimming pool landscape incorporates an actual prehistoric plant, the club moss.
The gravel not only enhances the Japanese landscape feel, but also helps prevent pollution of the pool from groundwater.
These massive boulders from the excavation of the pool were kept to use in this landscape and help create a sense of grandness in this tiny lawn.
Gravel renders the sloping elevations more usable without adversely affecting the sensitive existing trees' root systems.
Zebra grass arches out over boulders in the corner of this Okinawa style Zen landscape.
The winding beds, gravel, sculpture and hammock all harmonize to create a serene oriental experience.
The flowers of Oak Leaf Acanthus and later, Oak Leaf Hydrangea, are enjoyed when relaxing on this hammock.
Cyperus (Umbrella Plant) nod over the water along the side of the swimming pool.
Plants that require shade combine with sun requiring plants that have similar forms to provide a tropical foliage effect for the swimming pool setting.
The majesty and elegance of understatement in a japanese approach to landscaping.
Pine trees in timeless Zen repose - my brother and I designed and installed this landscape over 35 years ago.
Slash, Japanese Black and Mugho Pines atop the vertical landscape timber retaining wall with an annual bed and gravel garden at the base.
Aucubas in the entryway before the shoji screen behind the windows for an oriental feel.
Having lived in Japan for years these owners required authentic japanese landscaping. The entire back lawn surrounding the swimming pool is a gravel garden.
In this area, this single Oleander is a complete statement - realized Zen.
Gravel garden in the entry courtyard utilizing Colorado River Pebbles which have been beautiful for 35 years.
 

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