The large shrubs in this recently acquired landscape had outgrown their space and were blocking windows, the views from the street, and the lovely stone wall along the front of the house. The bare bank at the left side of the property served as the perfect setting for transplanting many of the beautiful, mature shrubs. Once exposed, the space inside the stone wall was just the right area for a perennial flower bed and a Mother & Daughter garden where kitchen herbs and annual flowers can be planted. We also renovated the bed bordering the road which had been lined with towering junipers. With the homeowner wanting to open up the view to the house, we replaced the junipers with a more colorful planting of rhododendrons, azaleas, perennials and bulbs. Boulders removed from the foundation beds were utilized in the planting as accent pieces and a new surface for the house number.

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