Spring Hill Backyard Landscape Design

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Previous Update:

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I am not finished and I haven’t included anything for the sides yet. With this update I am looking for some feedback about the island concept and the patio addition.

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In the images above are Yellow flowers ( represent annuals ) Pink Hydrangea, a Sango Kaku Japanese Maple, Oakleaf Hollies, Emerald Arborvitae, and either Otto Luykens or Distylium Blue Cascade.



In this above image I am showing the Arborvitae and Laurels as a privacy screen. If you look up the words Skip Laurel on google to see the full size you can get how large they will grow.


In this series of 4 images you can see what Drift Roses would look like as a perennial shrub around the yard .

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In this last image I have placed Lavender where the roses were. I will be posting more images tomorrow.

Newest Update:

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In the above image I have some Hydrangea, Hollies, and a Hinoki Cypress at the corner of the garage.

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Video walk through of the completed work.

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  1. Donna Wildsmith March 8, 2016 12:34 pm 


    • Landscaper March 9, 2016 2:50 am 

      More will be posted soon.

  2. Donna Wildsmith March 12, 2016 1:39 pm 

    Hi Dalton,
    We really like the design. Love the island concept. It gives us the privacy we were looking for. Love the landscape down the full side of our yard where we are so close to our neighbors. We aren’t sure about a patio extension that large. We have a couple of questions about the patio extension: in the design it appears that you are using something different than just plain concrete (i.e. Stamped concrete or pavers). Is that something you would do on our existing patio as well? If so, would you have to dig up our existing patio?
    Neither gate to fence (back or side) is shown in diagram. Dennis wonders about mulch carrying out & down side near gate because he will have to get mower, etc. in that way. Just wanted to mention again that the backflow preventer for our irrigation is under our bedroom window, but it looks like there is room in design to allow for that.

  3. Donna Wildsmith March 16, 2016 1:25 am 

    Hi Dalton,
    Love the images. I would definitely prefer the roses to the lavender. Dennis will not be able to see these updates until he returns from his trip (late Thursday night), so won’t have his input until then.
    Great job!

  4. Donna Wildsmith March 17, 2016 12:36 pm 

    Hi Dalton,
    I love it all!! I like the hollies very much, but I also like the idea of having the gardenia plants. These are all things that I have missed so much while living in a severe northern climate. Is there a great difference in cost between the hollies and the gardenias?

    Once again, it will probably be sometime tomorrow before Dennis can look at the things you have added this week, as he returns late tonight.

    Talk soon

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