Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers
- Is this a shade area?
Thank-you V E R Y M U C H !!!. You have made my day. Sincerely, David Morello
As you are inquiring about the name of the plants in the middle, they are called DYNAMITE crepe myrtle. They are many types of Crepe Myrtle. The ones in the middle are called Dynamite Crepe Myrtle.
The pink flowering trees, they are Crepe Myrtles.
- Are the gorgeous trees with the red flowers Azaelas?
- I have replicated your design in my backyard. I need one more tree. What is the tree on the far left of this picture?
- What state/climate zone is this please?
They are crepe myrtles which we inherited from the existing garden. They transplant very easily so that is what we did to accentuate our lovely semi circle.
What are those pink trees?
The pink trees are crepe myrtle trees.
Zoysia (emerald green)
- what kind of grass do you recommend for a place that is dry?
Loropetalum chinense var. rubrum 'Daruma'
This yard is absolutely beautiful. No shoes allowed!!
- Hi David, what did you use to make the borders between the grass and the garden?
regular ole liriope and Aztec grass.
- How many feet apart were the crepe myrtles planted
Plus or minus 10'-0" on center.
Very nice. Clean, crisp grass with border of beds
Open yard, small trees with flowers
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