Previously covered with lawn and lacking privacy, this West Hollywood front yard is now a livable space with creative screening.
Landscape architect Katherine Spitz (katherinespitzassociates.com) added thick panels of cranberry-hued glass and a lodgepole pine “fence,” both anchored in concrete, along with a photinia
hedge to create a sense of seclusion. Orange epidendrums add color below the red new photinia leaves, while silvery dymondia,
feathery Mexican weeping bamboo, and mounded pittosporum offer blocks of leafy texture.
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