Planting Gallery Published on by Nate Little Lime Hydrangeas are starting to establish a great backdrop for perennials. Huge color and texture provide plenty to look at while sitting in the shelter. Abundant Perennials help soften the patio and storage shed. Ornamental Allium next to Natural Bluestone Paving This custom bench was built with a rectilinear style to match the walkways. By making the seat extra wide, it doubles as a play structure for small children. Limestone Cobbles were installed adjacent to the Unilock Il Campo Banding for an added detail. The Palace Purple Coralbells contrast nicely with the stone and concrete pavers. The soft textures of Prairie Dropseed contrast nicely with the stone and wood. The Smokebush offers three season foliage color and has unique leaves. Decomposed Granite walkways are adjacent to the new plantings. The crushed stone blends nicely with the new flagstone landing. A view of the trellis prior to the Clematis blooming. Montrose White Calamint exploding with flowers in late Summer. Textures and color throughout the summer help soften the stamped concrete walk. Perennial masses in front of upright stone fireplace. Montrose White Calamint softens the cap of the retaining wall. Walkers Low Catmint, Little Lime Hydrangea, Everlow Yew Summer blooming perennials were the focus of this display due to scheduled events during this time. Dwarf Hameln Fountain Grass, Rozanne Geranium and Vera Jameson Sedum adjacent to Bluestone and Limestone. Shredded bark mulch surounds the plants.