Our Flatirons Terrace Project, completed in 2008, was successful in providing all season color and interest to a deer intensive area. This project’s focus was to create an integrated landscape plan for the front entrance of the home while integrating a deer resistant plant palette.
The original site consisted of a ranch home situated on a parcel that sloped from the front entrance to the street. The clients desired a landscape plan that would integrate a welcoming entrance to the home and provide a palette of plants resistant to deer grazing.
Design solutions for the site were developed that incorporated moss rock stone terraces matching the home’s moss rock fireplace. The stone path to the front door and entrance landing were integrated with the stone terraces to provide a welcoming entrance path in scale with the home’s architecture. Finally, the plant pallet was developed to provide all season color and interest utilizing prickly, poky, and fuzzy plant material.
The final result produced a welcoming entrance with all season color and interest which is the pride and joy of the owners.
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