Richmond VA Landscape Designer: Gardens by Monit, LLC: Monit Rosendale landscape designer Richmond Virginia
Foundations Gardens
Spring Summer Autumn Winter Plant selections
Late blooming Camellias sasanqua screening!
Evergreens create structure in the winter garden.
Oakleaf Hydrangea
Daphne with fragrant blooms in February.
A bright January day.
This dry laid stone patio was sited to enjoy the view and planted with boxwoods for simplicity and form.
Autumn Fern is a favorite in the winter garden.
Approach from the drive with winter interest.
Neat and balanced.
Saucer Magnolia.
Magnolia grandiflora.
The evergreen foliage of gardenia and Indian Hawthorne create balance with the Sioux Crepe Myrtle.
Garden details add beauty in all seasons.
Crepe myrtle Tonto adds architectural beauty in perfect scale.
Witch Hazel
Red Maple flowers for the early pollinators.
Just completed. New paver walk, retaining wall and plantings. Spirea Doozie still with fall foliage color.
Beeches are defined by marcescent leaves in winter and illuminate at golden hour.
Holly Needlepoint.
Daphne Marianni foliage.
The structure of trees are appreciated in the afternoon light.
Soft approach.
Sculpture adds weight and a focal point.  804-355-3444