Backyard Mediterranean Inspiration

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Hi there these are just the basic images of the house which is the first stage. Next I will be uploading the completed design images in about 3 work days.

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I wanted some feedback on where I have been going with the design before I made the grilling area and plants around the fence areas.


In the above image you can see to the right three of the Sweet Bay Magnolias, you already have one so we would need two more, thisĀ  provides some screening from the neighbors on that side.


The plants to the right are Rhododendrons and Butterfly Ginger which is very sweet smelling in the summer.

Franklin-Landscape-Design Ginger-Rhododendrons

The purplish flowers here above are Geraniums that blo0m all summer.


The Japanese Maple you already own is incorporated right next to the pergola.

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In the design above are Lavender with blue blooms, a grass that grows mostly straight, and Sentinel Junipers that are tall and narrow. The tallest they get is 5′.


In the above images you can see a small low growing Pine.


From this view you can see Lavender, Butterfly Ginger, Rhododendrons, Junipers, and Geraniums by the fountain.


The evergreens that look like small Christmas trees are Green Mountain Boxwoods. The bed is a river rock type and in reality would have a border of brown iron to keep dirt out.

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A fountain is incorporated into the crunchy gravel path to the patio with Lavender.


The peach Hybrid Tea Rose you already own is incorporated opposite side of the patio from the Japanese Maple seen here above.


The pergola is added on the western side of the patio for some shielding of hot evening sun’s rays to make the space more comfortable.


There is space for a table and chairs or an outdoor sofa or outdoor umbrella with table and chairs, there is space to live.
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The grasses between the patios provide a low soft barrier for a feeling of enclosure.

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Lastly I am showing the Magnolias because they also will provide some softening of sunlight in the evenings as the sun sets. Can you send me an email with any suggestions or changes you would like to see?

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  1. T April 20, 2017 2:25 am  Reply

    looks good! Can’t wait to see the next phase!

    • Landscaper April 22, 2017 1:17 am  Reply

      I am busy as a bee working on it. Thank you for your patience.

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