CUSTOMER PHOTOS using John's HO or N Trees
Don T's country home accented with Red Crepe Myrtles and Generic tree inside fence, and Pines & Aspen in background.
Don T's farm scene is even more eye-catching with purple Japanese Maple. Orange Tree at right of flag. Pines & Generic trees. Model A Ford crossing over cattle-guard.
Mesquites added to the wonderful R.D. Moses Museum layout in Jefferson, TX.
Charles C's layout with John's Sugar Maple (autumn red) & Red Oak.
Photos from Mark R. - (above) Aspen in yellow/orange, Elm, Dogwood & Red Crepe Myrtle (Left) Dogwood, Red Crepe, & Yellow Bush.. (And some bucks & does!)
Wonderful scene by N scaler Teresa G, using John's N sized trees. Weeping Willow next to 2 story home, with two purple Lilacs to left of circular patio. Red Crepe Myrtle on right edge, & Mesquite in foreground. Oaks & Cottonwood at left edge.
Richard F. is well on his way to creating a waterfront scene with bait and seafood shops. He added my Bald Cypress in the upper right of the photo above..
A nice oil storage facility by Richard.
John K added a large Oak tree to each of these module scenes. Trees help give perspective
Russ added my Japanese Cherry trees to a line of homes on his Japanese themed layout.
Scotch Pines on Andrew G's scene.
Katherine A special ordered a Palo Verde tree for her western town of Christmas. "Taking a break'".
Natalie M. used my N scale Oak and Forsythia on her horse stable. In the loft, a cat has cornered a skunk, oh no! Trees help create the perspective of scale.
Kent B. added Mesquites in HO & N scale along with a couple of Palo Verde trees (yellow) to his Southwest themed layout.
Bob H sent me a photo of one of my trees & business card on his U.S. Army layout.
Frederick C. highlighted his 1960's house diorama with John's Mimosa trees. Great job on the florals and details of this scene.
Anna L. used my Bald Cypress & knees to make a wonderful framed scene. An excellent example of thinking outside of model railroading.
Doug H added an assortment of trees to his business scenes.
At right - George B has added a nice diversity of trees using my Weeping Willow, Dogwood, and Japanese Cherry. A tree next to a building gives extra feel of 'realism'. Good job, George!
Shane P, added a white Dogwood to his farm scene which goes well with the beekeepers. On the house with new addition, an Apple tree & Mimosa tree compliment the fenced scene. .
Shane added a nice Sassafras tree to the scene at left..
Carol S. sent me these photos of her scene using my Japanese Cherry tree and a Tea Room Kit designed & made by Gayle Baillargeion of Petworth Ministures (Q Bits series in 1/4 scale. Wonderful work, Carol!
Anna L,. sent me this diorama photo representing Brazos Bend State Park in Houston. Gators, figures, fish, rustic pier & sign, with Cypress trees and knees. Love that red bench!
Ricky K added my Cedar, Poplar and Cottonwoods to his scene.
Ron W added my Cottonwoods to his wonderful City scene. I particularly like his use of 'tree boxes. And great-looking sidewalks. Great job Ron!
Marcus R added a nice variety of my trees to his N scale layout. Cypress edge the waterway in the photo at left. Aspen in yellow & hint of yellow create that special look. He also added yellow Maple and orange Maple.
Steve G. sent me photos of my white Dogwood trees at the Palestine Railroad Heritage Center,
Paul S. purchased a good assortment of trees, including Crabapple, White Dogwood & Apple trees. His placement enhances the perception of scale and depth.
Steve N. sent me photos of my N scale Joshua Trees and Palo Verde tree (left background) in his nicely done desert setting. Below, he shows how different trees add so much to the setting, with an Apple tree lower left and my Forsythia bushes (lower right).
Folks from the Texas State Railroad sent me photos of my white & pink Dogwoods in the Spring (above), and my Aspen, Maple and Red Oak in the Fall (below).