QUEEN ANNE GUEST HOUSE

Designed to provide a unified landscape between a newly-constructed guest house and the homeowner’s adjacent 1924 Seattle home, the planting consists of: Deciduous and evergreen trees, shrubs, Rhododendrons, grasses, climbers, bulbs, perennials, ground covers, herbs, ferns and vegetables.

This landscape continues to be managed by Clement Walsh Landscape Architect Inc., with ongoing maintenance of the garden and refreshing of the existing landscape with new shrubs, perennials, annuals and bulbs on an ongoing basis. This involves regular contact with the client and gardener.