Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional partial sun front yard stone landscaping in Chicago for fall.

Design/ Build- House Proud

Transitional Landscape, Chicago

Hear what our clients, Karen & Robert, have to say about their project by clicking on the Facebook link and then the Videos tab. Fall millet, mums, cabbage, pansies, pumpkins, and gourds warm up the front entry. Project Partners: ESL Design Group, Hannah Goering Photography
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional partial sun front yard stone landscaping in Chicago for fall. - Houzz

Question About This Photo (1)

zewe0010 wrote:August 5, 2018
  • msept
    last year

    I would avoid pairing boxwoods with pachysandra. Both are susceptible to boxwood blight, a disease that is causing problems in Europe and in the US and has led to boxwood quarantines here in the states. It would be a shame to introduce the disease to a healthy planting of boxwoods when there are so many other ground covers you can use.

  • PRO
    Greenhaven Landscapes Inc
    last year

    msept- you are correct, boxwood and pachysandra are related and susceptible to the fungus that causes boxwood blight. Please note that this planting was installed in 2011 prior to boxwood blight being a concern in Illinois. We are on site weekly monitoring for pest and disease issues and don't see the need to change the planting at this time.

What Houzzers are commenting on
katie_aulenta
Katie Aulenta added this to Wish ListApril 15, 2020

Adding siding to area under portico first dimension and brightness. Love the light green colors to compliment the brown.

Other Photos in Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Similar Ideas
  • Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Sunset
  • Contemporary Farmhouse
  • Design/ Build- House Proud
  • Spring Annuals & Bulbs