Madison Lakeview Gallery Published on by Nate Madison Lakeview Before: Existing turf is patchy and is planned to be renovated. Deck is hidden from view. Montrose White Calamint softens the cap of the retaining wall. Madison Lakeview Before: the large evergreens and existing walk are scheduled to be removed. A new stair system to match the current deck will be installed. Decomposed Granite walkways are adjacent to the new plantings. The crushed stone blends nicely with the new flagstone landing. The new planting scheme provides yellows, purples, whites and greens to the flower show. Perennial and shrub mass planting. Design for the new front walkway.A new retaining wall, flagstone landing and perennial planting beds are all included in the plan. The new retaining wall is half complete and ready to be properly backfilled. After a few seasons, the new plants look right at home. The Northwind Switchgrass softens the deck beautifully. The garden takes on an entirely different look in the Fall months. subtle color remains and dried flower heads add unique texture. Little Lime Hydrangeas are starting to establish a great backdrop for perennials. New sod has been installed and brightens up the entire yard. A full renovation drastically changes the look of this property. New planting beds have been prepped and mulched. Perennials and Shrubs have been installed. Soft Fall textures balance the new entry wonderfully. Prairie Dropseed and Walkers Low Catmint drape over the new retaining wall. This walkway adds charm and character to match the beautiful brick home The steps have been removed and the area for the new retaining wall has been excavated. New Perennials add plenty of summer blooms for both the homeowner and pasersby to admire. Madison Lakeview Before: Existing slope is difficult to maintain and travel to get to front door.