Less Lawn More GardenTraditional Landscape, New York

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imahunch wrote:Apr 11, 2012
dheizenroth wrote:Apr 8, 2012
  • Shasta Callahan
    This is just BEAUTIFUL! What plants did you use? Thanks soooo much.
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    Westover Landscape Design
    Yes that is a Limelight Hydrangea, one of my favorites!

    Good luck with your project!
Nicholas L Faustini Architect PC wrote:Oct 24, 2014
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    Hello Nicholas, thanks for your question. The mulch that we use is an specially formulated organic hard wood mulch from The Stone Barns Center For Food and Agriculture located in Pocantico Hills, New York near Sleepy Hollow. It is an un-dyed natural custom blend that we formulated with Stone Barns. I can put you in touch withwith them if you'd like. I hope this helps.
Patricia Lowery-Congdon wrote:May 11, 2014
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    Hello Patricia, thanks for your question. The tree in the corner is an older mature Japanese Maple. I recommend that you seek out the advice of a landscape professional in your area in Ontario. Perhaps a local nursery or searching here on HOUZZ. Someone with more knowledge of your specific climate and site conditions will be better suited to help you on plant recommendations for your property. Good luck with your project!

    Robert Welsch
    Westover Landscape Design
andeka wrote:Apr 12, 2014
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    Hello andeka, thanks for your question. We did not use any edging between the lawn and garden bed. Just cut in a nice cut edge using a flat shovel. This technique is more organic and easy to maintain. Good luck with your project!

    Robert Welsch
    Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
    www.WestoverLd.com
lovit wrote:Jul 21, 2013
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    Westover Landscape Design
    Thanks for your comment lovit, yes we have rhododendron and evergreen viburnum and holly for winter interest.
Marjorie Johnson wrote:Apr 2, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to 12 Ways to Make Better Use of Yard CornersDec 25, 2012

    A tree with a sculptural form can also serve as a corner focal point.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

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    carole_ferguson14 added this to GardenJul 30, 2019

    Clean and neat. Easy to maintain

    suwu
    suwu added this to Backyard Ideas (for Yardzen)Jun 18, 2019

    Pretty combo of plants- sizes and heights as well as simple color scheme

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    Christine Blackwell added this to Shade GardensApr 28, 2019

    Shade border with small trees and hydrangeas.

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