Hi there all of the new images will appear below this one in a sequence. I will be posting notes between the images. Please feel free to send me messages through the form at the bottom it is easy to use just read the message and drag a small image to the larger one. Talk to you soon.
In the above image you can see the house from above looking down. I have just a basic patio installed this is just the beginning and there is still lots to do.
In the above and image below you can see from above the back yard area. I will be adding more patio shapes with beds shortly.
Thank you so much for your patience. If you need to get me a message the form below is a great way because I get it on my phone as well as in email.
New Images Below
In the above image you can see a tan flagstone patio with two steps, the beds are respresented by a gray stone.
In the above top down image you can see the beds wrapping around two sides of the patio with perennials, two Dwarf Alberta Spruces, and boulders.
Some of the plants in the image are Hidecoat Blue Lavender, Purple Cone Flower, Hostas ( full sun variety ), Yarrow, and a Grass that is already in the bed.
I would like some feedback to know what elements you like and what you would like to see changed.
New Images of two ideas below:
1st Perennial garden with Mulch
2. Pond Xeriscape
Newest Backyard Patio and Landscaping Images Below This Point
Below are two different plants at the end of the walkway. The first is a Blue Arrow Juniper and the second is a type of Hinoki Cypress ( Cripsii ).
Below you can see I have added a small trellis with pink Roses to represent the Rose you will have there.
In the below image you can see the pond has been moved to the right side.
In this batch of images I have removed the table with the umbrella and chairs so you can have a more clear view of everything.
Below is a top down view of the entire area.
In the right corner I have a Japanese Aucuba ( Gold Dust ).
Fire Pit Added to Design with Seating
In these fire pit seating wall images I have added Hostas ( Fragrant Blue variety ), a fire pit, seating benches, and Horsetail Reed Grass in the pond / waterfall.
Took out the Clematis and Put in a Camelia ( The best camelia I had in my stock images is a light green )
I will be looking for an email from you.