New Landscape Construction in South Lyon, Michigan
These clients were looking for a conservative formal look. I used upright yews, spaced properly, to backdrop boxwood throughout the front landscape. Repetition is a critical component in landscape design and as you can see here, we used it with textbook efficiency. I have an Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry anchoring one side of the landscape that grows upright, has white flowers in Spring, and red Fall color. Additionally we used a beautiful lace leaf Japanese Maple near the front door as a focal point. Its summer red color is picked up in the house brick and matches perfectly. If you are interested in quality landscape design like this, call me direct at 248-866-4887.