Thanks! It's built out of quarried stone from New Hampshire (but the table itself is located in Vermont.
Sure! Fragrant sumac (rhus aromatica) is on top of the first wall, stephenandra is above the second wall with Iris japonica and Baptisia australis adjacent to it. The red shrub is Ninebark (physocarpus diablo) and I think the shrub in front of that is mock orange (philadelphus). Calamagrostis Karl Foerster is the tall grass in the back. Oh and Eupatorium Chocolat is the maroon plant in front of the grasses. Hope that helps!
20 yr asphalt shinglesi think midnight blackthey wove the valleys and lapped the hips which is why it looks good
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