Right side of her front door, below, variegated liriope is already established. Space is limited at the front of her 30 year old townhome.
In a tight space repetition makes space feel larger. Variegated liriope was chosen for the left side of her front door, below. If it had been asiatic jasmine already on the right side, then that would have been the left side choice....
She said, "I don't know if something is wrong with me but I do not like RED!" Double flowering Encore azaleas were sourced, below.
She is sourcing a new light fixture now. Will not show you the 'after' pic until this offensive unit, below, is gone.
When the guys had pick-ax to 30 year old green meatballs she was JUMPING. When they were safely deposited on our dump truck she hugged me.
I really like what I can do for professional women over 60!!!!!!
Yes, I was jumping & hugging too. It never gets old, REMOVING UGLY.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Helen Dillon says REPETITION is the most important thing in Garden Design.
When space is tight at a property line I often use what the neighbor already has planted. A win for my client, a win for the neighbor. Both gardens look larger & FLOW better. My ego isn't about annihilation and a clean slate. My ego is all about getting it right.
Can't wait till spring, we're doing her back patio.