Hi there hope your day is going well. Here is the page with just the basic images. You will find below that you can send me links through the form if you find something online that you want to share. The next update will be the completed design.
Hi there to be considerate of the allergies you suffer I have used plants that have minimal blooms, and you pretty much leave alone to enjoy.
The beds are a xeriscape wich means you won’t have mulch to maintain but instead will have beautiful stone and boulders.
In the front yard are Liberty Hollies, Nandina, Tamukeyama Japanese Maple, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, and Spreading Yew.
In the above side yard view you can see more spreading yew, and Dwarf Alberta Spruce.
Here in the back I have moved the shed and given it a walkway as well as retaining wall with steps.
The evergreens on the side of the slope are Cherry Laurels which are a native, the bloom period is short and the flowers are really small. This is a great privacy plant that is also a native to the area.
In the above image in the corner of the porch is a Japanese Aucuba Gold Dust.
In this design the plantings are very minimal and the rock is beautiful which makes its own statement.