Mi front yard
might be nice to add 2 to front yard with teak root table to overlook water feature.
I like the low boxwood framing the path and circle around the water feature. To keep the symmetry and feeling of Italian and Moroccan designs, we could do something like this coming off the center of the walkway on both sides. To the left it would lead to the fig tree. And to the right the water feature. to the left it could be a simple circle like this. But to the right, a Moroccan Star, or more intricate geometric pattern, framed in low growing box wood. the area outside the boxwood border would also be gravel, but be planted with Mediterranean style plants, have potted citrus and olives in the four corners. I also want one twisty type conifer like the contorted tamaracks at Netta's. Framing the courtyard would be a living wall of low growing columnar evergreens. Which would be planted in a raised bed preferably of stacked stone.
I like the planting- the color combo.
2 Adirondack chairs grouped in front of planter- overlooking pond/fountain.
Stone pavers through plantings
Raised bed planters in front of house- but tiled.
Perfect for entrance to walkway
raised beds up against foundation in descending levels to sidewalk
Terraced concrete and stone framed raised beds- entire front yard, retaining original straight walkway for now, until porch goes on- then path could change to new entrance.