Landscaping the slope

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Good evening these are the first basic images in the first email I mentioned. There is one more email and it will have the completed design. If you guys have any additional input please text me anytime before 7pm, like if you remember some plants you like and wanted to include.

Completed Design:

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Hi there I hope you are having a good day. The above image is a top down view of the back yard beds from the long wall back toward the home.

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In t he above image the red plants are Palace Purple Coral Bells or Mars Coral bells, the Hosta are Golden Tierra which is beautiful in the summer with many blooms and bright leaves.

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Everything here has a low profile to preserve the view down the hill.

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The red blooming plants in these images are Encore Azaleas, and the green conical plants near the walkways are Green Mountain Boxwoods.

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In the above image the fern below the steps is Ostrich Fern, they grow large and lush. This will make a dark space under the steps look much more attractive.

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The lime looking plant near the boulder is a Viridis Japanase Maple. This variety of Japanese Maple is very low growing and perfect for the conditions you have in the back yard.

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In the design I have included some white blooming Hydrangea that grow under waist high called Bobo.

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Where ever you see the Green Mounntain Boxwoods if you look closely at the bottom of them you will see Japanese Painted Ferns. This low growing rich textured fern has maroon, silver, and green which is always attractive in a yard like yours with on and off sunlight between the trees.

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I did not place a bed around the tree on the left side of the yard to preserve the lawn area.

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Here around the shed since you will be bringing equipment in and out to use in the yard I left it mostly open.

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The next three images below are from up on the deck looking down at the patio and landscape.

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Please let me know if you are ready for me to begin estimating the work. If you are I am going to have some questions. Thank you and talk soon.

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