We are currently working on a landscape project in Washington. It’s an extension of a garden we installed a couple of years ago. The purpose of the first phase was to screen the neighbors house while borrowing a view rather than totally closing off the property. When designing the first phase, there was no thought of a second phase. Phase 1 of the landscape ended at some scrub that was screening the road. Over the years, my clients grew less enchanted with this ‘natural’ screening so the decision to clean up the roadside and extend the landscape was decided on. Attached is the first phase.

Washington pre install

A view prior to the landscape screening project

Newly completed landscape in Washington

Screen planting

Screening a neighbor in Washington 4 years later

Washington Ladscape

Phase 2 of a landscape runs along the road. The line through the plan separates phase 1 and phase 2

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