HEAVEN AND EARTH LANDSCAPE DESIGN AND INSTALLATION 2567 COLLINGWOOD DALLAS TX. 972 247-3204 heavenandearthent@yahoo.com

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 FRONT LAWN LANDSCAPES THAT UTILIZE LOW MAINTENANCE AND XERISCAPE APPROACHES, CONTINUITY AND UTILIZATION OF HOME ARCHITECTURE, SPACE DIVISION AND DEFINITION

The flower beds create dynamic shapes and points of interest along walks and driveways. Here the Liriope groundcover conceals roots where grass cannot grow.
Low maintenance plants in curvilinear beds enclose, reshape, recontour and personalize an otherwise square flat lawn.
These dry stack and boulder retaining walls mimic the deep struck adobe brick walls and have survived for 35 years. The Red Oak was 3" wide when I planted it.
Crape Myrtle, Yaupon Holly and Red Oak surrounded by low maintenance shrubs and perennials planted over 35 years ago.
Modest older suburban home with a new Southern California style landscape facelift that expresses the client's uniqueness of taste and low maintenance requirements due to no sprinkler system.
The old fashioned walkway which could have been a negative, is transformed into an important architectural advantage by linking together design elements as it completely circles the home.
The simple, linear foundation planting is a contrasting backdrop for the complex islands of color.
Dramatic shapes and multiple colors greet one at the doorway and delight the observer with a changing seasonal color scheme.
Xeriscape plants can offer success for a beautiful landscape even when the home has no sprinkler system.
Beautiful blooming plants encourage you to experience a walk around the house.
The islands of plants are strongly linked by the dramatic profiles of evergreen soft leaf yuccas.
Many drought tolerant perennials considered to be native provide year round colorful effects.
The depth of the landscape visually pulls in the neighbors plants.
The windmill palm, when grown, will be as tall as the house and will extend the doorway into a positive personal space by framing, enclosing and balancing the doorway.
Balance, harmony and interesting visual flow that will withstand heat, cold and wind.
This landscape pulls in passers-by because the observer occupies a position in the design.
The canopy of the Crape Myrtle will accent and extend the entryway.
The bed design is attentive to the Live Oak's sensitivity to overwatering.
The curve of the bed continues across the drive and repeats the design motifs.
Evergreen Indian Hawthornes glide around anchors and accents and connects these elements.
Agapanthus, Gardenia, Fringe Flower and dwarf Canna will bloom to greet one in the entryway.
Everything flowers in this durable low maintenance landscape.
Liriope as evergreen groundcover and border will attenuate weeds and invasion of bermuda.
 

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