Design Completed :
I was going for the ideas we discussed privacy, butterfly attractors, and bold colors with hardscape taking up much of the space for more use.
In the above image you can see there is a rock border between the fence and street. Also at the corner I have added a few plants to the bed can wrap up to the fence. The plants you see are a Liberty Holly, Nikko Blue Hydrangeas, Threadleaf Cypress, and a Green Mountain Boxwoods.
The evergreens represented here are a little wider than the actual plants we are talking about using. The plants we want to use for the taller trees are Columnar Sweetgum Trees.
Here at the driveway you can see another Green Mountain Boxwoods with ( pink flowering shrub ) Rose Creek Abelia and May Night Salvia ( smallest plant with purple blooms ).
I have added a grill for a sense of proportion.
In the back yard there are more of the Nikko Blue Hydrangeas, and Green Mountain Boxwoods.
The purple plants are Palace Purple Coral Bells.
Above – Palace Purple Coral Bells.
In the above image you can see Green Mountain Boxwoods, Panicum Northwind Grasses, and Gaura Whirling Butterflies down the path.
The purple plants you see here are May Night Salvia.
Here at the end of the area you can see Threadleaf Cyress, and more Gaura Whirling Butterflies.
We have paver optons we regularly use or we can also go to the showroom and look at some paver options. The pavers here are just representations.
I have updated the images showing the fence now with a gray stain, the columns now have a centered one and are gray, the water feature is added, moved the gate and associated patio walkway and plants, and added a Japanese Maple. While I was at it I added a piece of furniture at the side of the patio with the grill being moved as well.
I am starting working on the estimate and will have it completed during this upcoming week. Thank you for your patience and talk to you soon.