Tucked between a newly renovated, Passive House Plus-certified house and itsWest property line, this fairly wide sideyard is now host to a lush assortment of woodies and perennials. Bookended by seed-grown Antarctic beeches and a large, pre-existing Japanese maple, this is a garden high in drama where giant lilies jostle with Taiwan scheffleras and elephant grasses, Asian Saber ferns with exotic Epimedium and hardy gingers. A touch of gold, in flowers and foliages, helps brighten up this shadier area of the property.

Completed : Summer 2017

Architecture + Landscape:
Michael Green Architecture

CYAN Horticulture

Photo Credits:
© Joshua McCullough, PhytoPhoto