Hi there I am working on your images in the program and will be posting them soon, thank you for your patience. If you look below you will see a form where you can send me links to images on the web that you want to share.
Basic Home Images:
Hi there thank you for being patient. I am now working on the landscaping for the next upload. There is a form below if you want to share anything.
Newest Update – From a Distance:
From this above view you can see I have added a small wall with some Dogwood Trees on either side and a bed with Green Mountain Boxwoods at the ends and Irises in the center.
These two above views are what is seen as a person drives by the front.
Closer up images of the front:
Here you can see the Pyramidal Green Mountain Boxwood at the end of the wall with the Irises.
The Dowgwood trees in the front add fall color and spring blooms and some balance between the size of the home and the flatness of the street ahead.
Here in the front I have added Hostas, Pink blooming Astilbe, White Azaleas, Liberty Hollies which are the larger conical evergreens, and Camellias in that dark area to the right of the home.
There are Ostrich Ferns as well in the other areas which will tolerate the shade and they grow large as well.
The circular Boxwoods are already there.
This is a Liberty Holly on the right, a very slow grower that maxes out at at 8′ tall.
Closer up images of the back small side yard:
In this side yard there are Liberty Hollies, Daylillies transplanted from other areas, Lavender, Skypencil Hollies, Dwarf English Boxwoods, and Lavender added.
Close up images of the pool landscape:
To the right is a Fernspray Hinoki Cypress, the graphic images doesn’t do it justice but is how the stock image looks. There are Green Mountain Boxwoods, Hostas, Astilbe, Dwarf English Boxwoods, and White Blooming Azaleas that will help with privacy and some blooms.
There are Ostrich Ferns and Pink Astilbe by the lantern, White Blooming Azaleas on the right.
The Green Mountain Boxwoods help to frame the entryway. Yellow Daylillies are on the right with the Green Giant Arborvitae next to them for privacy where the Viburnum were.
Here you can see Hosta have filled the area beneath the Crape Myrtles with White Blooming Azaleas in the background.
The small shrubs are Dwarf English Boxwoods.
Please review these images and get back with me with your thoughts. There is a form below if you want to share any links, You can also just type out messages to me in the form as well.
Newest Update: Pool Beach
Hi There in these images the wall and plants have been removed from between the street and driveway parking area.
From the above view you can see the Holly has been removed from the corner and the ferns are no longer there. Instead the Daylillies that are already there have stayed.
In the above image you can see the Hosta have been removed from around the tree on the right side.
I have represented the Holly and Green Mountain Boxwood at the corner here.
In the above image you can see the Holly has been removed from near the gate and I have represented an Iron Arbor.
In the above image you can see I have also represented a stone border like what we spoke about when I was at your property.
In the above image I have removed the Skypencil Hollies like we discussed.
From this view you can see there are no large evergreens in the far right corner and that a beach area is represented near the pool deck.
The Palms represented are Windmill Palms and the largest size I could find locally is 3′ tall. They grow around 12″ a year so they will be getting taller.
In the beach areas I have represented boulders and sand with Hibiscus and Windmill Palms.
In this far corner I have moved the Green Mountain Boxwood deeper in to the bed and Holly on the outside of the fence.
In the above image you can see the Pink blooming Dianthus in a grouping between the Wysteria and pool.
Here in the above image you can see the Hicksii yews I am planning for the side lower area.
Here you can see the Dianthus beween the Irises and the edge of the wall and near the Yews and wall as well. If you are happy with the changes I will begin on pricing just let me know. Talk to you soon and thank you for being so patient on this update.