This client was hoping to make the “shabby” end of their West Goshen home more inviting and interesting for clients and neighbors.
To start with this project, we stripped whatever weak grass was there to make way for a no-lawn area. Next, we created an irregular flagstone stepping stone pathway through the space from the front to rear lawns.
We then brought in better soil to augment the hardpan rocky area. Landscape grade rocks/boulderettes were added to the mix.
Rhododendron, Cherry Laurel, and Ferns were added to create a woodsy environment that awaits the bulbs that will start blooming in the spring.