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Berry Hill, Frankfort
Posted on June 6, 2018
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These viburnums had become too large for the space, and consistent shearing had made them unsightly.
We divided the grasses to form a backdrop for 3 ‘virginia sweetspire’ that fit the space and brought in great fall color
These spirea shrubs had become too large for the space and had been planted overly close.
We replaced the spirea with various shades of coral bells that brought in red and gold hues the homeowner loves
This odd space between two patios stayed moist. A mowing crew often left skid marks in this area.
We mulched this area in so it would need next to no maintenance. This makes a great area for bird feeders. Plants could not be planted due to gravel underneath the top layer of soil from the new construction.
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