Crape Myrtle and Liberty Holly Version
Good day here is the landscape design we spoke about below:
In this version of the design I have a Muskogee Crape Myrtle in the back of the sign and two Liberty Hollies flanking the sign as well. Liberty Hollies only get 9′ tall so they are much lower maintenance than the Hollies you have there now. Liberty Hollies are very slow growing with a great dark green glossy leaf that doesn’t scratch you.
All of the plants planned don’t get tall enough to block the sign much, and are drought tolerant, low maintenance, and colorful. At the sign right now there are Leriope grasses just under the sign and those would stay. Just in front of the very small grasses are Pink Blooming Veronica.
Around each of the hollies are three dwarf Pennesetum Grasses, these return every year, move when the wind blows, and have a pretty plume at the end of summer.
The Blue plants are Blue Star Juniper which you don’t have to do anything to for maintenance.
The small red plants are Red Carpet Sedum which is a desert succulent and a desert plant. They will slowly spread to form a low cluster of red which is colorful all year round. This plant comes in a few other colors as well. It will never spread where you don’t want it, as long as no one steps on it there will be a colorful splash where ever they are.
Emerald Arborvitae Version
The items that are changed in this version are now we have Emerald Arborvitae evergreens around the sign, and I am showing two different colors of the Sedum ( red, and yellow ).
Thank you and please give me any feedback you have so I can prepare the pricing. Talk to you soon.