Thank you for the opportunity on working at this project.
My landscape approach is based on a simple curve design of the paths.
I placed a pathway on the left house of the house, connecting the street with the house backyard. A second pathway comes from the street, side by side with the driveway ending on the portico. Another path connects the garage with the house entrance. I believe that is important to have a connection from the street for the visits, like a “social pathway”. The stone use to construct this pathways would be the same as the one from your backyard.
The selection of plants was based at the Minnesota hardiness zone (4). The USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. That being said, you can be sure that all the selected plants will survive the cold winter and hot summer described. Another criteria for the selection was low-maintenance characteristics, such as no trimming required and only occasional watering, which they all share in common.
The colors were also a major factor for the vegetation selection. The mixture of their foliage create a colorful contrast all year round and works beautifully with the blue shade of your home’s wall. The 3d model does not illustrates properly the colors (it’s much more exaggerated) that is why I developed a color chart. You can visualize with more precision how your garden atmosphere will be like.
I also have designed a portico that really relates with the house architecture and the landscape.
I hope you like it.
If you have any questions, critics or anything at all feel free to send me an email.
Good Luck with everything,
Elza Gomes Gallo
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