Conceptual landscape design for the front and backyard of this 1960's Glendale, Wisconsin ranch home. The home has a long, dramatic roofline which we played off of for the planting bed shapes and the new concrete front walk. All new plantings of perennials, ornamental grasses and flowering shrubs and landscape lighting round out the rest of the front yard design.
The angled bedlines continue in the backyard conceptual landscape design as well as for the patio and deck shapes. New plantings of perennials, ornamental grasses and flowering shrubs surround the new patio. A fire pit area and cedar pergola over the dining area add entertainment space. Landscape lighting of the ornamental trees and around the edge of the patio was also part of the design.
Phase 1 scheduled for installation in 2020 so check back for photos!
Designed by James Drzewiecki, CPLD and hand-rendered by Hannah Paulson, landscape designer