This 1970s cap cod originally had an overgrown exclusively evergreen landscape from the 1980s before undergoing a landscape redesign and renovation. The landscape was replaced with one that provides differing interests in all seasons.
In the spring, the smell of Korean spice viburnum flowering accents the creamy white flower of the Dogwood on the corner, During summer, coreopsis and lilies make their appearance, while the texture of the ornamental grass continues to heighten behind them. Once late summer hits, flowers of black eyed Susan’s and Rose of Sharon pick up where the mid-summer flowers end. Finally, the grand finale happens in the fall when Dogwood, Viburnum and plumes from the Silver grass heighten the beautiful Michigan fall colors. Each of these experiences are found just beyond the meandering paver walkway leading from the front door.