Front slope.

The 2018 redesign of this street-side slope was necessary as a result of the removal of a large shade tree in the median. This gave us the opportunity to introduce additional specimen trees, which the owner loves and requested. The area will be knitted together by the planting of over 200 'Firewitch' dianthus that will grow together and become a fragrant and colorful evergreen "carpet", out of which the specimen trees will rise. Photo by Jay Sifford.

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