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Pine trees are a timeless landscaping option that looks great just about anywhere. In certain landscapes, they create an almost mystical and cozy vibe. Their needles also give off a unique and pleasant aroma. Since pine trees are evergreen, they will provide lush, vibrant green colors to your landscape all year long.
Simply put, you can’t go wrong incorporating these magnificent trees into your landscaping scheme. Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, we have created a list of pine tree landscaping photos to give you some ideas. Check out the following pine tree landscaping video for some creative inspiration before heading to the rest of the post.
1. Dwarf Evergreens
If you love the texture and color that pine trees provide but don’t necessarily want super tall trees in your landscape, then dwarf varieties are for you. There is still a large assortment of dwarf varieties, so you won’t be limited in your planting options whatsoever.
2. Front Yard Accent
One easy way to landscape your front yard is by planting a large pine tree. It serves as a show-stopping centerpiece in the yard since it can’t be missed. Surround your yard with other pine trees to increase the overall aesthetic. Create a line of trees around the property to get some more privacy, if desired.
3. Cozy Cabin
It’s a well-known fact that pine trees provide one of the freshest aromas ever. A walk through pine tree-filled woods is revitalizing and refreshing. One of the best companions for a cabin is a heavy planting of pine trees. Their looming height, fresh scent, and gorgeous aesthetic are what people long for when they’re staying in a cozy cabin. By planting pine trees, you can create this same vibe.
Plant the trees in rows for a shapely look or let them spread out in a random order for the more natural appearance. Just keep in mind the way that pine trees reproduce and spread. If you have paths that snake through the area, you may have to occasionally transplant the trees off the paths.
4. Pathway Interruption
Break up the monotony of the pathway with a lone pine tree. This adds visual interest to the area with it’s long, texture-rich trunk and spindly branches. Having a few of these handsome trees strewn about a pathway is a great idea.
5. Well-Maintained Garden Landscape
Well-groomed vibrant green grass, seasonal plants, and variegated trees come together to create a stunning landscape. Well thought out landscape designs are appreciated for their creative beauty and the way the plants just seem to tell a story. The pine trees are a great ornamental accent to the space.
6. River Companions
Winding rivers and streams carve intriguing patterns through the land. One of the best ways to accentuate the natural flowing pattern is through the use of pine trees and other vegetation. With how many different species of pine trees there are, you’re sure to find the perfect ones for your landscape.
7. Line A Walkway
Lining a walkway with pine trees and other evergreens ensures that the area is constantly full of new life and an abundance of lush color. Pine trees can have needles that range in color from vibrant greens to soothing blues. All these color options prevent any sense of boredom in the landscape!
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8. Poolside Treasures
A palm tree is probably the typical tree you think of when it comes to poolside plants. However, pine trees shouldn’t be overlooked! They’ll add a nice pop and accentuate the pool well. With their evergreen leaves, you’ll never go a day without shade and a gorgeous tree to look at.
In a setting like this, the pine trees also serve as a partial wind-blocking wall.
9. Pine Tree Assortment
For a texture-rich landscape, use an assortment of pine trees all around the area. Dwarf pine trees, shrub-like pine trees, sky-reaching pine trees and more. Their various green tones are eye-catching in the landscape.
10. Intriguing Shapes
It’s amazing how pine trees can look like pieces of art on their own. The way their branches twist and grow is intriguing and creates quite the display in the landscape.
11. Raised Planter
Have you ever thought about planting pine trees in a raised planter? It’s not a common trend to do so, but it makes for an awesome display and great use of space. Though tall trees already call a lot of attention to themselves, being planted in a raised container brings even more emphasis to the tree. Landscape the entire container however you wish and incorporate all kinds of plant life.
12. Organic Landscape
Let nature do its thing and take over your garden landscape all on its own. This gives the area a rugged, organic appearance with only naturally growing vegetation covering the garden area. You can still trim things back, transplant plants, or completely take out other plants to slightly influence the landscape.
13. Rock Garden Decor
Use a collection of different sized rocks in your garden landscape. Use rubber edging to snake a trail through the garden and fill it with crushed pebbles, then use larger river rocks on the outside of the edging. Intersperse evergreens, pine trees, and other vegetation in the garden area to make it full of life and color.
14. Japanese Garden Accents
Pine trees probably weren’t on your radar when it comes to landscaping a Japanese garden. However, there are over 120 species of bonsai pine trees that are perfect for this type of landscape and garden.
15. Zen Garden
No zen garden is complete without an accompanying bonsai tree. Zen gardens are meant to imitate the essence of nature. Common features include rocks, water features, paving stones, moss, pruned trees and bushes, and gravel or sand that has been raked to mimic ripples of water.
16. Great Pond Pairing
Small ponds are a wonderful landscaping element to pair with pine trees. The soft, blue hues of the water go great with the lush green of pines.
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