Gardenside

This mid-century traditional home located in Gardenside neighborhood was being renovated inside and out to have a more modern feel. The garden was designed to compliment the overall traditional sense of the home, but with a slight modern and zen style.

This pollinator garden had not been maintained for some time. The plants were saved and repurposed elsewhere.

Color was added through the use of stone and coneflowers, which pollinators love. The stone edging will make maintenance easier and gives the garden bed a more defined look.
A Japanese maple, anemones, a rain chain, and the textures added through the use of stone and pea gravel give the feel of a zen garden.
Photo taken by client. The rain chain adds interest for the winter garden.
Grasses on either side of the front steps add a modern feel and more privacy.
Ferns and Japanese anemones give this shady area of the garden a Japanese look.
As these hostas grow larger, they will still be short enough to not obscure the window’s view.