What to do in a tiny, tiny condominium back yard.........create multiple seating areas, an illusion of more space, texture, color, structure and interest. The existing concrete dining patio was given new life with an acid stain in shades of rust, cream and coffee. A separate, intimate graveled area, just big enough for two aqua Adirondack chairs and a big shade umbrella, makes a great place to read, talk or enjoy a cup of coffee. Custom steel perspective panels on the back fence give a feeling of extra depth to the space, and make a uniquely artistic statement. Skyrocket Junipers and Multi trunk Redbud trees give privacy from really close neighbors. Apricot hued roses, aromatic lavender, whispy ornamental grasses and Pardon Me daylilies - all planted in a mulch of sea green stones - engage all the senses. Formal, rusty iron urns on plinths, filled with woven willow balls create an unexpected focal point to this lovely garden space. Antique medicine bottles in blues and greens are an unexpected decorative touch, and provide an additional touch of color to this fun garden.
Landscape Design & Project Management/Landscaping: The Ardent Gardener Landscape Design
Concrete Staining: CMC Designs
Custom Perspective trellises: Hellbent Steel