Land2c Landscape Architecture
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Suburban Country Landscape

GOAL: To make the entire property beautifully serene, formulate a variety of outdoor rooms for different uses, connect the gardens around the home, and keep the maintenance manageable,
This welcoming home features 3 main areas for entertaining, many spots for sitting quietly, a lovely garden 'shed' near the vegetable garden, a variety of pathways through sun and shade--all places to enjoy the quiet wooded setting. Colorful art is paired with plants throughout the site. All windows and pathways feature attractive views though out the year. Sunrises are enjoyed from the ipe deck and sunsets from the bluestone entry terrace. The garden rooms are lush with textural combinations of hardy and colorful plants. Many sturdy evergreen shrubs and dwarf conifers reduce the required garden work and provide interesting greenery throughout the winter months. The many ceramic pots add color and interest all year around.
Country: United States
Others who worked on this project: shannonb63
Suburban Country
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The entry court features comfortable furniture, sizeable pots filled with evergreen shrubs and grasses. The landscape features a mix of textures and plant shapes and repeats of green, chartreuse, oranges and corals, and purples. The majority of plants are evergreen and are drought tolerant.
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The entry from the street goes through a vibrant mix of mostly evergreen plants used throughout the property.
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The entry court features comfortable furniture, sizeable pots filled with evergreen shrubs and grasses.
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Much potential
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Trailing shrubs soften the stucco walls. Yellow yucca and Angelina Sedum brighten up the area. Trees provide some shade to the west facing terrace and entry gardens.
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The seating arrangement at the entry gives guests another spot to enjoy the outdoors on the quiet street. The trim colors on the house were redone to enhance the brick siding, tile roofing, and gray-blue pavers..
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This sizable rustic green pot is filled with New Zealand Flax, hebe, a trailing variegated euonymous, and Mexican Feather grass.
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The beautiful Abies pinsapo ‘Aurea’, Golden Spanish Fir, is the star of this entry pot. They grow slowly and make lovely statements.
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Land2c Picea pungens f. glauca 'Baby Blue Eyes', Baby Blue Eyes Spruce, and a cluster of yuccas are the dramatic anchor of this corner bed.
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Land2c This colorful bed is seen from many places in the garden, from the interior, and both entertaining terraces. The flowers supply the client with bouquets from May through frost. The Golden Locust is a focal point and has plenty of room to expand. The orange metal sculpture, Cupid's Dart by Shannon Buckner of Bent Productions, is stunning standing 6' high in the air amids...More
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Land2c A close up of the orange metal sculpture, Cupid's Dart by Shannon Buckner of Bent Productions, paired with orangey Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’.
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The Cornus alba 'Ivory Halo' is a lovely shrub for flanking the elevated stone terrace. In the winter the stems are a bright red eye-catching feature. combinations of drought-tolerant sedums and succulents are used throughout the property in sunny spots. The custom fountain has a lovely soothing sound and is lit from within at night. It was built by combining 2 pots by AW Pott...
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The soft blue-gray upholstery on the patio set echoes the cut bluestones beneath. Furniture and fire table are from Summer House, The wire arch is growing ornamental vines.
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This multi-use firetable also can also be used as a coffee table with a spinning lazy susan stone centerpiece..
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This entertaining deck open directly from the kitchen/family setting area. The containers are attractive throughout the year and combined with the furniture and wall mirror the expanse of brick wall is softened. The plant colors echo the brick and house colors and are repeated throughout the gardens. The sideboard and wire hanging containers are from Home and Garden Art in Seat...More
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Uninteresting and neighbors are too visible.
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The 5' wide Moon Gate by Phil Beck hides the view of the utility road that services the extensive property. He can be reached through the Fire Dragon Gallery in Cannon Beach, Oregon. The bed to the left is lushly planted with yuccas (in bloom), ornamental cabbages, daylilies, sedums, several conifers including dwarf Blue Star Junipers. Behind the yuccas is a variegated dogwo...More
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