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Landscape Designs

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These customers wanted to remove their lawn and replace it with a line of plants in front of their windows to make a screen. We were also going to slope the yard and do  stair-stepped rows of  agapanthus, which were dug up from around the rhody’s and transplanted to the front portion of the yard as grass looking mounds.

The evergreen hedge that lined the middle row was viburnum tinus. They sit in front of the rhododendrons and behind the agapanthus.We also used the groundcover, myoporum around the agapanthus.This garden makes for water-wise, practically maintenance free front yard.

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These clients had over five dead shrubs in their yard. We removed those and replaced them with hearty, full sun plants that would be deer resistant. We also added over a dozen verbena groundcover, replaced lavenders, and added both escallonia for the front decorative hedge and boxwood for the back yard that lie parallel to the golf course.

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Here, the customers had a small area in front of their walkway that was barren. They wanted full sun, drought tolerant and deer resistant shrubbery that would add a lot of color to their entrance.

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This client was a winery owner and needed something portable and elegant for their outdoor sitting area. We planted tall cypress in pots on wheels, which enabled our customer to move them around for parties.

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This customer wanted a southwestern styled, economic patio as long as the back of the house and deep enough for tables, and walkways, and a water feature.

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These customers wanted to pull out all the juniper that covered their front yard and replace it with colorful fall trees, and lavender shrubs, society garlic, and lantana, and wanted a very natural looking terrain that would also provide some privacy from the street and neighbors.

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This customer began with a dirt yard and wanted a walkway, mounded elevation, fall color, and spring blooms, a mixture between evergreen and deciduous plants,  and drought tolerant plants.

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