Asian Aesthetic

A contemporary landscape with an Asian influence was our graphic artist client's desire. A rectilinear layout with overlapping groundcover and slate chip beds forms the overall geometry of the garden. Bisecting these areas is a sectioned wet-set bluestone walk in the style of a zigzag bridge to confuse evil spirits on the way to the front door. Specimen plants and Asian-inspired garden art complete the design.
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Overall view of the front yard. A bed of Panicum 'Dallas Blues' makes a dramatic statement in the middle of the lawn, punctuated by an Eastern Redbud at the end. Westhauser Photography
“around pool flower bed idea” — kelann350
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Rough stone lantern and Annabelle Hydangea at entryway. Westhauser Photography
“post” — dklimchock
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Boulder garden with Siberian Iris. A Japanese Tree Lilac is in the background on the left. Westhauser Photography
“Stone outcrop and planting” — urban6
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Woolly Thyme appears as "smoke on the mountain" amid specimen boulders. Westhauser Photography
“Stone and groundcovers” — urban6
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Staggered wet-set bluestone walk leading to front door with Ipe front stoop. Westhauser Photography
“paths” — j_b_a
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Annabelle Hydrangea and Halcyon Hosta in Vinca Minor groundcover along the front walk. Westhauser Photography
“slate” — designfanatic
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Front entryway with geometric beds. Westhauser Photography
“Nice stone work” — Alan McNab
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View along front yard. A boxwood hedge defines the edge of the plant bed and mimics the linear nature of the walk. Westhauser Photography
“view along front yard” — 0812423716
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Panels of irregular patterned bluestone lead to the front stoop made of Ipe. Westhauser Photography
“Ferns” — jaburk45
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Custom carved millstone set in Vinca Minor groundcover. Westhauser Photography
“Vinca” — jeremiahnielson
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Contemplative front garden with island in a "sea" of slate chip mulch. Westhauser Photography
“Minimalist” — dumb77
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Japanese Hakone Grass in slate chip mulch. Westhauser Photography
“Black rock” — hawgman1
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The irregular patterned bluestone front walk passes through beds of Vinca groundcover and slate chip mulch. Westhauser Photography
“Neat idea” — 3uggs
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Looking down the walk. Westhauser Photography
“Siberian iris and frest grass” — judyoliver123
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Mossy (Woolly Thyme) island with boulder "mountains". Westhauser Photography
“Fairy stonehenge” — deidrevanry
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Woolly thyme and boulders with specimen pine, Guacamole Hosta and willow in the background. Westhauser Photography
“Everything” — futts
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Siberian Iris and Japanese Hakone Grass with slate chip mulch and boulders. Westhauser Photography
“japanese influence” — papr
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Carved millstone in Vinca groundcover bed. Westhauser Photography
“Vinca minor” — Studio 345
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Siberian Iris, Japanese Hakone Grass and slate chip stone mulch. Westhauser Photography
“Slate chip stone mulch” — dmg2160
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Yukimi stone lantern with ferns and boulders near the front entrance. Westhauser Photography
“ideal to be resistant to children football” — icaldentey
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Ginkgo leaf on specimen boulder. Westhauser Photography
“ginko” — pajo
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Stone wabi basin with bamboo Kakei spout at front entrance. Westhauser Photography
“Wabi basin” — Julie Fifield
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Ginkgo leaves with morning dew. Westhauser Photography
“Planting notes: • Dig a hole about 5 inches larger than the root ball on all sides. • Ginkgos l” — katpur24
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