New Sims Landscape Photos!


Rock border contrasting with pavers used to keep mulch in.
Rock border contrasting with pavers used to keep mulch in.
Cardboard palms with Jackfrost Ligustrum in the background.
Cardboard palms with Jackfrost Ligustrum in the background.
Bougaianvillea loves full sun.
Bougaianvillea loves full sun.
Close up of Camellia "cotton candy"...special order from Sims Landscape.
Close up of Camellia "cotton candy"...special order from Sims Landscape.
Cardboard palms are related to the Sago but with fewer bug issues.
Cardboard palms are related to the Sago but with fewer bug issues.
Why have grass? You just have to mow it every week.
Why have grass? You just have to mow it every week.
Camellia "cotton candy" contrasting with gold mound.
Camellia "cotton candy" contrasting with gold mound.

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  • Libby Yuewhoo
    on Nov 25, 2013

    Would certainly have to modify the plants I'd use for my Canadian climate, but the bedding design is so complementary to the house, and I love your attitude about mowing lawns. Well done.

  • Marion Nesbitt
    on Apr 6, 2014

    Plants are out of my zone, but like what you've done. I keep edging out from my beds to reduce the amount of lawn to cut, too!

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