These clients wanted a family-friendly landscape that would not only provide beauty, but accommodate their children, pets and guests when they entertained.
We replaced their cracking concrete stepping stones with an actual walkway and stoop make-over that would be wide enough to accommodate their aging parents who often needed help with their mobility.
Inviting Garden Pathway
This inviting pathway ties the front yard to the back. Stroll along ornamental shrubs in this Madison landscape such as a Japanese maple and variegated upright Euonymus. The scent of fragrant lavender and elegant roses gently drift to you as you move along the landscape.
A Pleasant Garden Path
As this path meanders through the back landscape with its medley of picturesque courtyards in bloom, each garden section has a unique variety of flowers to please your eye.
A Landscape Alive With Color
The bright foliage of a carefully tended Nishiki Willow and fiery Spirea compliment the cooler color of the perennials in front of the landscape border.
A Landscape With Wine, Roses and Variety
The burgundy foliage of a Wine 'N Roses Weigela plays nicely against the light siding in this front landscape. A carefully chosen mix of shrubs and perennials provide a pleasing mix no matter the season.
Gently Curving Garden Path
This path gently winds its way from the front yard to the back. The burgundy foliage of the Japanese Maple is similar to the Wine 'N Roses Weigela in the front landscape. Similarities such as foliage color are just some key elements that tie the front and back landscape design together, unifying them as a cohesive planting.
Mixed Landscape Medley
This landscape design combines a mix of shrubs both evergreen and deciduous. Perennials, some of which are evergreen, give this Madison home a well-structured landscape all throughout the seasons.
Diverse Landscape Selection
Chartreuse foliage from Coral bells compliment silvery foliage from Artemesia in this garden. Upright shrubs provide a vertical accent and additional structure and variety to the foundation landscape.
Garden Beneath The Cherry Tree
This smaller, triangular garden was a bold mix of colorful perennials and annuals. The perennials provided substance while the annuals allowed us to change the landscape design in accordance with the seasons.
A new front landscape alive with color is a welcome greeting for any family or guest.
We renovated the back lawn and created a courtyard of sorts that tied the back yard to the front. The kids have plenty of space in the lawn for their athletic activities or to play with their beloved yellow lab, while the adults enjoy strolling through the gardens to the screened porch.
The landscape is a cohesive blend of variety that is unified by repeating colors or plants along different areas of the foundation. Overall we were able to provide these clients with the perfect blend of beauty and functionality that fit their needs.
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