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Inspiration for a huge traditional partial sun front yard concrete paver formal garden in DC Metro for spring.

Traditional Courtyard Entry - Great Falls VATraditional Landscape, DC Metro

Duy Tran Photography

Inspiration for a huge traditional partial sun front yard concrete paver formal garden in DC Metro for spring. —  Houzz
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Sasha Stewart wrote:Sep 28, 2014
W.J. (Jack) Cope wrote:Dec 29, 2014
metalic99 wrote:Jun 25, 2014
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    Perfect. Thank you for answering Eric.
  • nansaidh
    The flowers are gorgeous, thanks for your answer!
sharonjacobsen wrote:Sep 29, 2013
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    Thank yo for the comment - closer to the front door we used American Boxwoods as foundation plants, they are behind the Annabelle Hydrangeas on this photo. For the remaining foundation areas we used Otto Luyken laurel (Prunus laurocerasus).
    I hope this helps. Thank you!
  • agyork

    I love this installation. After summer, do you prune back the hydrangeas so the boxwoods show the remaining seasons? I've heard one has to be careful when pruning hydrangeas not to prune off the buds for next year. I'd appreciate any input, thank you!

Julie Hoople Isa wrote:Aug 3, 2014
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    Hi Julie, the trees used to frame the courtyard are the Yoshino Cherry (Prunus x yedoensis), it produces white to pink flowers with a light almond-like fragrance.
    I hope this helps, let me know if you have any other questions.
ctimpone wrote:Mar 19, 2014
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    Thank you for the question. We used Pennsylvania Bluestone for this project set in concrete base.
Janet d'Entremont wrote:Oct 30, 2015
    toyko50 wrote:Apr 13, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to How to Design an HOA-Approved Pollinator GardenApr 19, 2017

      1. Know the rules. Many HOAs limit everything from fence type and height to how much siding can be on your home’s facade, so it’s no wonder some also spell out how much lawn you should have and what your foundation planting should look like. Pay special attention to bylaws, and ask a committee member if you’re not sure what the statements mean. Be tactful when asking, and keep it simple and positive, such as: “I’m thinking of improving my landscape and would like to know what this clause refers to in regard to flower bed arrangement and plant type.”

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      moi7 added this to Wish List3 days ago

      welcome entry way...flowers and porch

      jerryandgeeta added this to Front Yard LandscapingMay 15, 2019

      Front two small trees to flank/showcase entrance

      Tricia Majetich added this to Wish ListMay 13, 2019

      Exterior landscaping using the annabelle hydrangea and some other stuff in front.

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