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Northern-Inspired

This Odessa, Tampa Bay, Florida, client wanted Tampa Landscape Design to create a landscape that changed with the seasons.  It has a number of mature, beautiful pines, and he wanted lots of color. 


This Northern-inspired landscape look was created with legacy plants, like roses, a purple leafed tree to mimic the Japanese maples, dogwoods, iris and other plants that would evoke memories of a Northern landscape. 


Once installed, the landscaping was up-lighted with a sophisticated, yet subtle lighting system.


He took advantage of our experience as exterior designers, and asked our advice for a new color for his home.  Lauren suggested this beautiful tobacco and cream color scheme which highlighted the redesigned landscaping.

Northern inspired landscape design by Tampa Landscape Design

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TampaLandscapeDesign.com Garden northern style

To recreate the style of a northern landscape, Tampa Landscape Design selected a purple leaf plum as a substitute for the usual Japanese maples.  Also, junipers, holly, roses & iris were added because they are common in northern gardens.


While we can grow roses & iris, care was taken to select varieties that would thrive in our Florida weather.


The rest of the landscape was filled with colorful ornamentals.