That was about 1999, but it's more appropriate than ever.
What would you think if you designed outdoor spaces, communicated your intents during limited time with the owner or client (and within a tight deadline), and mostly saw this, 2-3 years after completing an installation - for 2 decades? Time for a career and/or place change, perhaps? (it's all game, now)
|Apache Plume mass, with ample room to mature|
(be not alarmed - the gravel expanse beyond is for future building expansion on the large property)
|Blue Sotol or Desert Spoon with ample room to mature|
|Blue Ranger shrub with ample room to mature|
I'm so glad there's a new building addition about to be constructed in this area! Will my 3rd time designing a landscape on this vast commercial medical site be a charm?
|Deergrass massing has ample room to mature (and with winter approaching, grasses are best left to develop their dormant blonde forms, since they won't grow for 4+ months) Same with the Giant Sacaton in the background...|