Romantic Ruin

A residential landscape with patios, pools, woodland and garden areas. The front entry was designed to resemble a 'ruin' with espaliered fruit trees and planted paving. The rear pool area maximized the limited space and a woodland garden was added for privacy from a busy corner.
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A front entry that was designed to look like a 'forgotten chateau courtyard. The design actually solved issues left over from a renovation that limited the amount of lot coverage that was left for impervious coverage in the landscape.
“Rhododendrons” — amirmary
Bellevue Residence
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Espaliered pears make use of extremely limited space and allow the garden to be vertical as well as horizontal.
“espaliers - on north side?” — turtnwick
Bellevue Residence
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Plant combination for a shady site.
“Shade mixture Hydrangea, geranium, and black mondo grass” — stichyboy60
Bellevue Residence
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A traditional Medici urn filled with non traditional plants. The topiary coleus takes center stage.
“multi level plants in urn” — shannon4mike
Bellevue Residence
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The trellis work which also hides utilities and pool works is intergrated into the garden design.
“Trellis with vine” — juliejackson
Bellevue Residence
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The trellis work hides utilities and pool works that were left exposed by a renovation project. Some are hinged to allow for access.
“Lattice panels with finials” — spminges
Bellevue Residence
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This is the primary view from the home's livingroom and the homeowner wanted a 'restful' view that harmonized with the pool.
“Love” — Artistic Landscaping
Bellevue Residence
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Terra cotta olive jar planted with hardy agapanthus brings the garden 'down' to the pool deck.
“like jar” — ojosdetanque
Bellevue Residence
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Summer containers that complement the garden and pool color scheme. These were switched out in late summer to grasses that last through the winter.
“privacy fence” — celhar
Bellevue Residence
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A woodland garden was created to take advantage of existing mature trees as well as hiding the view to and from the street.
“need a tree line like this” — hornjenny
Bellevue Residence
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Woodland garden adjacent to the street in early spring.
“Deer” — Artistic Landscaping
Bellevue Residence
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A container filled with perennial plants that is in fairly deep shade. This container requires very little in the way of maintenance.
“Love” — jenni_g
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