This project opens up a once very restricted front yard to a welcoming display of native plant materials and spilling pot water feature. It transitions to a wood gate and over head arbor into a woodland garden that features a stream and pond, elevated seating areas, and natural boulders for a more natural feel.
This garden is environmentally unique as it has reused broken concrete to build retaining walls, utilized a dry stream bed to capture onsite water and transfer it to a retention basin to percolate back into the ground, and has large display of native and drought tolerant plants. Subsurface drip irrigation applies water efficiently and low voltage lighting elegantly lights the garden without using a lot of electricity.
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    $75,000 – $100,000