A comprehensive landscape plan was developed to surround this new lap pool and pool house. As you enter the space, long lines of American Boxwood and Annabell Hydrangea frame the new pool house. Surrounding the pool house, four parterre gardens play off the architecture and are filled with long blooming perennials like Salvia and Sage. The back portion of the property was designed to be more park like with undulating bed lines and drifts of shade tolerant shrubs and perennials, like hosta and viburnum. A new irregular bluestone walkway was installed and planted with an assortment of drought tolerant perennials such as Catmint, Salvia, Lavender, and Agastache, to name a few. Existing mature trees were preserved and protected during the construction process to provide age to an otherwise new garden space.