Here in the first photo you can see the Cherry Tree and Blue Atlas Cedar we spoke about.
In the above image is Red Carpet Sedum and a Feelin Blue Deodara Cedar with a boulder and Maiden Grasses behind it.
The last two plants in this bed by the retaining wall are a Liberty Holly and Red Baron Japanese Blood Grass.
Here by the entrance is the Japanese Blood Grass, boulders, and Red Carpet Sedum.
Behind the Grass is a Green Mountain Boxwood, and Blue Chip Butterfly Bush.
Against the wall are Otto Luyken Laurels, with Bobo Hydrangea.
Lastly for the front yard at the other corner is a boulder with the Sedums and Blood Grass.
Here in the back yard just off of the patio are two Green Mountain Boxwoods and a hedge of Dwarf Boxwoods.
Over by the circular patio is a Green Mountain Boxwood and Gaura ( Whirling Butterflies ).
Against the wall and behind the boulder is May Night Salvia and the red is Red Carpet Sedum.
The Hydrangea are Bobo Hydrangea.
The columnar evergreens are Emerald Green Arborvitae and the tree is a Japanese Zelcova.
Japanese Zelcova Trees are very pretty in the fall and make a beautiful canopy.
Patio Expansion Images:
The above images are to represent what the patio could look like if enlarged and with the same paver as the rest.
The front left bed has been made grass and the red grass has been removed.
I changed the Cherry Tree to a weeping Yoshino Cherry Tree.
In order that when everything goes dormant there are still a few plants with leaves I put a Dwarf Alberta Spruce by the boulders.
The red grass is still in the small island bed by the door.
At the corner I have added some Sweet Flag, it’s a great grass that grows yellow and looks great against black mulch.
Here in the back yard have made a place for the grill where it isn’t in the way of traffic to get onto the circle patio.
I have also added some Veronica into the bed.
From the view above you can see the patio area has been moved a bit to make the grill area make sense with the rest. If you are ready for me to work on the pricing I will start.