5th Street Residence
Designed by Norman Ward, AIA
Photo by Chad Davis, AIA
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SIMPLE FRONT LANDSCAPE -TALL TREE
Observe the SnowIf you live in a region that receives at least some of the white stuff, I encourage you to study how it interacts with your home landscape. As the snow falls, observe where the wind pushes it, which plants it circles and which sides of the house it hits. Where in the yard does it pile up the most? Observing this can help you understand which plants might fare the best in those places. These are plants that must carry a heavy snow or ice load, or that must thrive in wet conditions as the spring melt begins. Notice also how plants in the garden might gather more snow than open areas, and how the additional snow cover is beneficial to insulating plant crowns in your beds. That snow will add more moisture to the soil once the spring melting begins. Find a landscape designer on Houzz
Holy hell, what is that green bark tree?? A dogwood? LOVE.