In the winter the garden is decorated by balls of yew, boxwood, holly and fields of ground cover Pachysandra. In the spring delicate, yellow-green flowers and bright green leaves on the spherical clones appear. In the summer the blooming hydrangeas and creeping white and pink roses are a splash of color near the main gate. They bloom until late fall when the maple leaves turn a warm shade of yellow. Mountain pines, lavender, boxwood and red colored spindle grow in a concrete pot near the terrace.
Please take a look at ‘the making of’ in the gallery, to see the difference between what the area looked like before and after the garden was finished.