After construction this new house was a blank canvas with numerous large beds waiting to be filled. The homeowner was interested in creating access to the front door because the home was nestled at the end of a long driveway. A granite stone carved with the house number was placed at the curb and a casual gravel walkway was constructed to guide guests to the entrance.
A variety of evergreen and flowering plants were added with enough space for them to grow and thrive. These plants create an attractive layered landscape in the areas surrounding the front of the home. Foliage plants and flowering shrubs provide color throughout the landscape.

Smaller beds surrounding the back porch now contain new and interesting plants that create visual and seasonal variety. A native wildlife meadow was installed in the back yard around an existing Juniper by seeding wildflowers and adding perennials and native flowering shrubs.

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