Front yards are very important, because they can add or take away from the appearance of a home.
Using timbers leftover from the home construction and field stone and soil off this farm,
saved the homeowner a lot of money and gave them a terrific look.
--Planted by Shari Keith: Mohall, ND
We used wall rock and boulders tucked together with creeping junipers that tumble over the wall. There are Pinyon Pines in the background with Russian Sage mixed in.
--Planted by Paul Nordmark.
Boulders that look like they're falling out of a timber wall are actually supporting the wall and breaking it up, retaining the soil
for the Pinyon Pine above it and the small rock gardens for flowers.
--Planted by the Porters: Ft. Collins, CO.
The structure design in this "xeriscape" with pocket terraces for annuals provides an "Oasis in the Desert" look that
is perfect for the person who does not like to do yardwork!
--Planted by Paul Nordmark: Minot ND.
Color, function, balance, and the right proportions are all coming together in this
terrace. Notice the little wooden entry and the matching timbers in the yard.
--Planted by Homeowner and Paul Nordmark: Greeley, CO.
From the drive up to the house, to the walk up to the front door, a riot of color greets visitors. The horseshoe
lawn draws your attention like an emerald green jewel.
--Planted by Homeowner and Paul Nordmark.
All photos are copyrighted Paul Nordmark, of Exterior Imaginations Landscaping.