My Victorian Home back in 1999 - 2005 East Of Lake Lewsville

My Victorian Home back in 1999 - 2005 East Of Lake Lewsville

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Comment by J. Robert Wainner on July 17, 2017 at 3:46pm

As I mentioned below.........Sometimes.....You just don't need a "Landscape Architect".

In the case of this home I built in 1999.....the best thing to do with the exterior of the property is "nothing".....leave the site "as is".  There's really no way I could have improved on the beauty of this property.  But, I did do everything I could.......to protect every existing tree I possibly could.  When the builders were active.....I had to constantly remind them to NOT throw debris into the wooded areas around the home...and I had to ensure the Home Builder made sure that the sub-contractors did not park vehicles or lay construction materials on any of the existing trees' root systems.  It was a constant battle....but, the trees survived all of the construction.

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