Future Plants

This phase of the landscaping project has to do with determining which plants should be replaced, and if so, what the replacement plants should be. 

Pictures of the plants that surround each building are at Building A and Building B. There will also be pictures of the inside of the Building A fence. It is not yet known whether we can plant on the other side of the fence, close to the bike path.

You can right-click on the image and open it in a new window to view it with the magnification tool.

There are basically three types of foliage to consider during re-landscaping: small, medium, and large. Many of these plants are already growing on the property, so new ones are likely to survive. When you answer the survey on the Condominium Association Web page, make sure you mention the plants for your stairwell by name. If your plants come in various colors or specific varieties (like the Friendship Rose, not shown here), please include that information also.

Small Plants - GroundCover and Small Flowers

This category is groundcover and small flowers, and these items are never more than about a foot high.  Small plants are good candidates for the bank between the two buildings, areas next to the grassy areas, and spots around the small shrubs. They are also good candidates for the other side of the fence near the bike path.

Heather and Periwinkle
Sedum

 
Hyacinth

Bunchberries

 
Lavender

Camellias


Medium Plants - Shrubs and Flowering Shrubs

This category includes most of the plants that could be on the property near the buildings.  We may want to save the camellias for the other side of the fence near the bike path, like many of the highways in Bellevue. 

Golden Ticket
Box Hedge

 
Juniper
Aucuba

 
Daphne
Rose

 
Hydrangea
Rhododendron

Large Shrubs and Trees

Some shrubs can grow very tall, or can be pruned to remain shrub-sized for several years. However, it is possible that shrubs will need to be replaced again in 20 or 30 years.

Cedar Hedge
Evergreens

 
Birch
Maple

 
Laurel
Magnolia

 
Hawthorn
Crabapple