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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
26 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
large side yard with the equally large front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual; not too formal. Definitely inviting. The rounded area (complete with two
purpose as a front porch, providing bonus seating to the two benches on the entry threshold of this traditional home. This side yard treatment is both attractive and neighbor friendly." Debra Prinzing More at www.WestoverLD.com
design in front of the windows?
Love the landscape design, I have a similar color colonial, that we are landscaping. Would love to know the plants used in front of the house, also, what are the pavers/stones on the front porch?
“Consider simple gravel areas. There's a reason the French and Italians use gravel so extensively —” — wper
Executive Landscape
3 Reviews
Novi Front Landscape Redesign
especially front yard that she would enjoy. We have seen other designs however no one has captured my mom's not my attention like your company when it comes to landscape design. Would you do design for someone in Chicago? Already know what I want based on this picture here however want the design to fit my
flower in front of box woods?
“landscape” — mikect81
James Martin Associates
1 Review
James Martin Associates
In front of the fence are shrub roses. On the other side of the fence, near the driveway, is Feather Reed grass with a burgundy Barberry. The hedges are boxwood and the perennials throughout are dwarf daylilies, Perovskia, Salvia, and Heuchera.
Or in front of row of hedges? love colors
Love the formal look of the garden.
beautiful landscape. love the knockout roses
the flowers (red) in front of the fence
In front of the hedge an annual similar to side of drive
Could do roses on the street side and hedges in the back yard.
“around front trees” — stephanielynnp
Remodeling From Concept to Completion in Northern Virginia
Kitchen, Bath and Interior remodeling company featuring the latest bath and kitchen designs and the largest selection of flooring available in Northern Virginia. Showrooms in Sterling and Leesburg.
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
26 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
I recognize some of the plants, but what are behind the hydrangeas on the right side in front of the house? I just love the yard. Well done
Fencing in the front yard and the pebble patio.
Fence. Hydrangea's. Less yard more garden.
curved lawn, plantings, front entrance, touch of turquoise
big rock slab to front door
Causal look of yard with fence and stepping stones
traditional landscape might not set it off to advantage. On the other hand, a cottage garden, especially in this rather large space, might be too much. The solution: Combine the two. The lawn, the formal paving to the side of the house and the garden beds filled with shrubs reflect a traditional approach,
of your front yard and install continuous flagstone steps from the sidewalk to the house for an eye-pleasing path. Go the extra mile and design an adjacent patio out of the same stone.
“outdoorcolors” — carisse79
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Grey Residence
to new landscaping and a few years following, but a disaster to hardscaping. I had 35 Eucalyptus trees on my property of the size pictured when I moved in 35 years ago, only 4 remain. White Birch is a non-destructive substitute with a similar appearance.
Inviting front walk. Trees shade sidewalk.
front wall broken by higher post.
For a small yard and incline this is perfect
can't my front yard look like this
typical front lawn would be less effective visually, plus a lot more work.
The style of your no-lawn landscape should reflect the architecture of your home.
“low maintaince” — lauraleemoore
Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Milieu Design
pyrus calleryana (chanticleer pear)-good allee tree for front yard directing to door
Square Pavers to the Front door
Tree for Palo side of hill Chanticleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chanticleer pear, is considered by many to be a good street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite
"For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and provides the visitor with direction to the front door."This allée of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design
“Chanticleer pear tree - pyramid, narrower” — 1etonni
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Front house portoco for modern French front
i have a lovely house but I want to have glass insert doors and that will require me to have a portico of some sort over the front of them. I need some good ideas and would like to upload my house for suggestions from someone here.
do you landscape a hilly and stony backyard?
Australia and landscape my 2 acre yard???? I live in a farm house painted white with a wrap around veranda....Would love you help!!! :) pretty please
stucco) front, where the door is recessed all around: http://www.houzz.com/photos/52094/French-Manor-House-Style-Entry-mediterranean-exterior-los-angeles It looks to be about 6 inches on the sides and about a foot in the center top. This copper roof sloped shed portico with corbles gives a bit more protection
“Lamb's Ears, stachys byzantina 'Helena von Stein' (silverplants),annual vinca switched out with whit” — joellenstar
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Historic Landscape Design, Wilmette Illinois
I have a 2 story stucco & stone French style home 2 & 1/2 hr. so. of Chicago in the middle of a dense woods near the Sangamon and have dreamed of having this to greet my family and friends. I am a retired teacher and could never afford a Landscape Architect. I would love to have
on our front lawn, if this dream was ever fulfilled. I can visualize my house at the back of this picture. The steps in the foreground could lead down into my front woods. My drive would be at the left of this picture leading under my present portecochere (so it would NOT be a sunken garden, but elevated)
And, the yard to the right of this picture would need to have some large feildstones for stepping down toward my side yard which leads to a walkout and more woods. So that side (my north side) of your pictured catnip would need just a bit of planning. Someone could do their internship with your company
“Mums resting place” — mibui
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