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When we moved into our house 3 years ago the banks were caving in because the seller had sprayed everything, leaving nothing but death...we started by planting forsythia, then I kept
buying what ever looked good and popping it into the ground. Now what I have is overgrowth and weeds, no grass...but my hubby did build a lovely gazebo. My daughter is wanting to have a wedding in our yard in October...so THIS is the rush to create something worthy for her wedding! All suggestions and idea are wanted!
Just sharing a few photos of a recent installation. We will finish it up in about a month when we install the perennials and groundcovers. Although the weather is quite warm, we prefer
to wait a little longer.
We were presented with this small backyard space, and the desire of the homeowners was to increase the patio space, add a hot tub, and improve the overall aesthetics of the backyard. We proposed removing all grass, and only having plantings, which they agreed to. Enjoy a few photos of this almost complete transformation of a small backyard space. The backyard is only 60 feet wide by 37 feet deep. The homeowners are already loving the new space and are looking forward to the finishing touches.
I will post updated photos after we finish the remaining plantings.
Just purchased a 17 yr old home about 6 months ago and the landscaping has been neglected for a long time. Also there is an erosion problem on the side of the house. I contacted a
company that sent me a form to fill out asking for the square footage and how much I wanted to spend. This was really a turn off to me. It makes me feel like they they give first prefence to the people that want to spend the most money. What do you think?