The rear patio is a few steps down from the grass terrace. It over looks the rock garden and a view of Canada can be seen from this vantage point. The tree is a Japanese Lilac. Euonymus hedges surround. There is solar lighting.
The front is a formal design with boxwood and Japanese Maples.
The side wooded path leads to the rear patio. Hosta, daylily, bleeding heart, hellebores, viburnum, holly and many other woodland shade plants are planted.
The grass terrace is great for entertaining. English boxwood can be seen along the home’s perimeter.
The rock garden in full bloom. Summer replacements are starting to show, with some newly planted annuals.
A seating area within the deep borders. Many summer bloomers are yet to appear. Vinca minor is blooming, along with tulips.
Another side yard path in a shaded setting.
Young crabapple is under-planted with bulbs. This large planting lines the long driveway.
A couple of trees were lost from a storm here at the corner of the driveway. A replacement crabapple was put in after this image was shot. You can see how long this driveway is in this photo. This photo was taken before the front landscape was completed. The Japanese Maples and a crabapple at the front bedding are not in the image.
I have been to our local garden show today and will have images coming up. Plus more from the Botanical Gardens. Both places are very close to one another, so I made two stops this morning. Lots of pictures!