Queen Anne II
Queen Anne II

After completion of the house remodel, the site was a blank slate.  By the time we arrived, only an existing birch and a couple of Japanese pieris had been spared.  We felt our job was to design a garden that accentuated the home’s clean lines.  With a terraced front garden, a row of Japanese plum yews were planted to provide a living evergreen screen to help give privacy to the ground floor’s glass NanaWall.  Clean linear lines were repeated in front using mostly subdued evergreen plants.

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Queen Anne II
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Queen Anne II

After completion of the house remodel, the site was a blank slate.  By the time we arrived, only an existing birch and a couple of Japanese pieris had been spared.  We felt our job was to design a garden that accentuated the home’s clean lines.  With a terraced front garden, a row of Japanese plum yews were planted to provide a living evergreen screen to help give privacy to the ground floor’s glass NanaWall.  Clean linear lines were repeated in front using mostly subdued evergreen plants.

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