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concept yes, proportion of colors good, lack of distinct borders good, proportion good. path in back good. no on exact plant types.
like the free form and punches of color. a little too crowded and path is too rigid.
organic, movement, soft, a touch more on planting size so not as sparse.
rustic, natural materials, but want a little softer lines on stone and chairs.
soft water feature, lazy creek. we know we live in the desert v. this setting, but like the meandering feel and the softness of the grasses.
DG, mix of sleek house design and the soft outdoor landscaping. like the height of the ocotillos.
like the proportion and elevations of plants. too dry/deserty for us, but like the look with the SD-friendly plants. like the open spaces = not too crowded = good mix of clusters and no clusters.
natural plantings, not too crowded. have the triangulation between plant heights. doesn't overcompete.
yes on hill, elevation, color pop, heights. just a little busy, but overall good.
yes to edges. would like to have these various groundcover types (native) pop along the path.
like the heights and color pop and rocks.
like slope/elevation, colors, styles of plants and natural shapes.
soft and meandering, draws the eye. maybe a little less busy.
like elevation on either side of driveway, esp. L side in front of house. this is higher than we can do, but still something we like.
looking strictly at the driveway, we like the soft plants off too the side. look at the larger scale, we like the balance of the modern with the soft.
like feel/weight of the gate. not sure how it blends with wall and future garage door.
front gate to driveway: color no, proportion yes. we like the openness. glass would be too modern.
we like the idea of our white stucco wall (in lieu of the flagstone here) and a simple wood gate. could we do the white wall with the "blue gate" style from the other pic? keep it simple and soften with plants.
like the white wall and wood get combo. looks very clean. we like how the driveway is broken up v. the single mow strip you often see in the middle of a drive. would this be too much with our house orient = here, the drive leads to a destination (the house). it's framed. with ours, the house is on the L side so the drive leads to...??? also, would this be too much with the front pavers we want to do?
like the openness of overhang and rustic materials. like curved roof and how the structure comes down the side a touch for privacy, but wouldn't want as much of a curve in ours. creates a nook.