From the before picture. An unhappy pine and some sort of gnarled shrub predominated. Behind them plastic webbing reduced the glare from cars at the four way stop.
To mission accomplished! I regret the pine had to go, but I have a couple dozen of them elsewhere throughout the yard. The bright yellow and green leafed Gold Spot Euonymus will grow as tall as ten feet. The purple leafed "Pipa's Red" Red Chinese Fringe Flower will attain a height of about five feet. Still musing on what to plant in the foreground.
We also planted "Madame Galen" Trumpet Vines every eight feet along the fence that faces the street. I like having a fence, I just don't like looking at the fence.
We ate well too, at The Raven Cafe, The Waffle Iron, Rosa's Pizzeria, and Prescott Brewing Company,
Erik even got to sleep in Sunday.
It was a nice weekend.