Moon Garden Transformation
The side yard was a neglected mess overrun by weeds, virginia creeper and sumac. After clearing the area, I noticed the perfect branch for a swing. That, my friends, was the spark that set the journey to the beautiful moon garden.
The side yard was a neglected mess. It was a naturalized area in front of a woodland. Once I installed the moon garden, I wanted to draw people over to the sound of water. Voila! the magical pond area was formed.
Former Horse Pasture Transformed
The electric company trimmed back branches and trees that died from hurricane Irma after the transformer kept blowing and setting the woods on fire. Well, they cut it back so much we could see the road. I felt we needed more privacy, and so we transformed the pasture into a beautiful garden island full of crepe myrtles, drift roses, muhly grass, annual flowers and more.
Bismarck palm bed expansion
expanded the bed of daylilies and bismark palm to include the barbados cherry and new bermuda spice rose and clarissa hollies.
Changing a boring, overgrown tree area to a tropical shade garden
I walk and drive by a small section of woods all the time. It never really stood out, was not maintained, and had so many overgrown vines, it looked like a jungle. Now, it is transforming into a tropical shade garden... with future palm plantings planned.
Add pop with sunshine ligustrum!
I had always intended to add a chartreuse plant to the front of my loropetalum. The complementary colors yellow is the bling the burgundy shrubs really needed.
Fixing an eyesore
A neglected area of the property gets a facelift with a hose post and flagstone paved apron.
Snazzy up a boring hose post
Don't settle for plain, boring 4x4 post. Add a solar cap and a wrought iron hose bracket. The outdoor closet is also new. Prior to this, the water softener was exposed to the elements, out in the open.