The development of a landscape happens year round. Yet, the times we take notice are usually in the spring and fall when the color and smell demand our attention. Recently we revisited a project from 2013 in the View Ridge neighborhood. It was a lovely circular space from the front yard to the backyard, and our clients wanted a functional patio rather than the mushy northwest lawn of winter.
Here is the peak at the lawn as we started ripping it out in early spring:
Raingarden installation soon to follow:
Flagstone patio installation, heading into summer:
The completed garden in mid-summer:
And finally, the winter garden. It has a muted color palette with lots of different textures to consider, yet still possesses small bursts of color to draw your eye.
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