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Slane Residence

Three existing Camellia sasanqua which had become over grown. These were limb-up into evergreen trees and placed to follow a stepping stone path system I designed low mounds for the path to wind around and a bog area allowed for a variety of different plants to be used to give seasonal color. More …

 

Lowe Residence

In keeping with water restrictions the lawn area was reduced. A gate was designed to invite visitors into a new front garden. The new entrance is framed with 2 Kousa Dogwood trees, Knockout roses, and summer annuals add seasonal color well into the fall. Relocated Liriope ground cover will fill in and achieve continuity. More …

   

Henry Residence

The south facing stucco and rough sawn lap-sided cedar home with tile roof is complimented with rammed earth retaining walls that terrace the steep slopes on either side of ground level wooden deck. Color was added to the rammed earth walls during construction to create interest. More …

 

Aycock Residence

A conceptual design was drawn for new front steps with landingsand lights to transition the grade, decorative retaining walls to support a“pass court” which would accommodate 4 cars. Grading the front yard changed the perspective and existing plant materials were relocated around the property. More …

 
Mary Francis Tate
APLD Certified Landscape Designer
P.O. Box 124, Southern Pines, NC 28388
910-692-9558
gbd@nc.rr.com