All images on this site are copyrighted. Our rules for their reproduction is as follows:

Educational and Not-For-Profit Use

All images may be used at no cost for educational or not-for-profit use.

Please send me an email to let me know you intend to use one of our images.

Photo credit must be given for each image (© Davis Landscape Architecture, London, UK). In addition, for each online publication, a link to our company website is required within the post.

Once our image is published please send me an email containing the link for all online publication or a pdf copy of the publication for all non online.

You may not sell hard or digital copies of the image.

Commercial use

If you wish to use any image for commercial purposes please send me an email and we will send you a license agreement for the image’s use. To see a copy of our typical license agreement please click here

11 Responses to “Copyright”

  1. Brittany Musseau-Drover 31/03/2016 at 11:53 #

    Hi there.

    I would like to use the images of Pinus parviflora for my species identification assignment I have for Durham College (Horticulture Technician). I will have your images credited as you have stated above. Thank-you.


  2. Jenn 25/04/2016 at 12:49 #

    Dear Davisla staff,

    I am writing to request permission to use the photos of Panicum ‘Heavy Metal’ for the Native Plant Center’s annual plant sale fundraiser. The Native Plant Center is the first affiliate of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Texas. Our mission is to educate the community about the environmental necessity, economic value and natural beauty of native plants in the Northeast. Our plant sale helps promote the use of native plants in home and county gardening and provides a venue to purchase plants that are not often available in the commercial market.

    Let me know if you have any questions. Also, please let me know how you would like the photos credited.

    Thank you for your help.

  3. Rebekah 28/04/2016 at 05:05 #


    I’d like to request use of your image of ‘Pinus radiata’ for an educational fact sheet for the Australian public. I’m happy to cite as you have outlined above and send a copy of the completed work.


    Plant Biosecurity Officer
    NSW Department of Primary Industries

  4. Vince 02/06/2016 at 19:05 #

    Dear Davis Landscape Architecture,

    I run a small family-owned start-up business in the US selling flowering trees and shrubs noted for high nectar and/or pollen value to support native pollinators and honey bees. To better educate the public and potential customers about these important plants, I am working on a binder to keep at our table to show potential customers what a given tree may look like when mature, as well as what the flower and/or fruit looks like.

    I’ve been desperately trying to obtain all my images within the public domain, but this has been very challenging.

    Per your copyright guidance, I am writing to request your permission to use various tree and flowering shrub photos (I don’t know exactly which yet) to put on a loose page in our three-ringed informational binder.

    I would acknowledge any pictures used as you have noted. No photos downloaded will be reprinted for redistribution or commercially sold.

    Let me know if I may proceed.

    Thank you,

    Windy Rock Farm

  5. ahmad dadouch 27/01/2017 at 23:45 #

    Name: Ahmad Dadouch
    Institution: Hochschule Anhalt University for applied science
    studying program: Master of Landscape Architecture

    Dear Davis Landscape Architecture,

    I would like to use the Middle East Plant Hardiness Zones Map for the master thesis research paper to provide information about the studying area.

    Kindly regards,

    Ahmad Dadouch

  6. Maria Riley 03/04/2019 at 15:58 #

    Hello. I work for Quennell Rothschild & Partners in NYC. We are a landscape architecture firm, working on a master plan for The Pennington School, a middle and high school in New Jersey. We would like to use your photograph of the Kew Gardens Lake Bridge – Sackler Crossing in the masterplan. The plan will be delivered to them in PDF format, and may go on their website, though I doubt it. We will receive no other compensation from the image, other than our fees for the overall master planning process. Thank you!

    • Davis Landscape Architecture 15/04/2019 at 16:29 #

      Maria, thank you for your email. Thank you for your email. You are welcome to use the image sited in your correspondence below. I would be grateful if you could credit the images as requested on this page. Thank you

  7. Aaron Tigley 27/09/2019 at 03:10 #

    Hello. I would like to use the picture of the Typha latifoila for a species identification project I have for school. I am going to credit your photo as instructed above. Thank you.
    – Aaron

  8. pedram 04/10/2021 at 19:59 #

    Hello I study Forest and landscape bachelor program and I would like to use the pictures of Pinus nigra and Quercus petraea for a assignment. Thank you


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