Focal Point Landscape Design

  • Tack landscape design
  • Tack landscape design
  • Tack landscape design
  • Tack landscape design
  • Tack landscape design
  • Tack landscape design

Tack

Site

Subdivision Home in Port Moody.

Intention

To remove existing overgrown, messy plant material and lawn, install a low maintenance garden.

Solution

The low maintenance plants included: Weeping Purple Fountain Beech, Ice Dance Sedge, Hicks Yews, Heather. A Weeping Norway Spruce planted in a Black Ceramic Glazed Pot was placed on sump pump lid to conceal it. It was felt by the client that the walkway was too wide. Our solution was to build a planter box to sit on top of the walkway, planted with a boxwood hedge. A group of three Black Ceramic Glazed Pots were placed at the corner of the walkway to provide a focalpoint as one walks up to the or out of the front door. The large pot is planted with a Red Dragon Japanese Maple while the other two with seasonal bedding plants. A Black Rundle Flagstone and River Rock walkway was created for an access route to the side gate, omitting the squishy lawn walkway.

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