CLIENT PROFILE: CENTER HALL COLONIAL, MERION STATION PA
Small, sweeping gardens surround the face of this center hall colonial in Merion Station, Pennsylvania.
Nestled on a small cul-de-sac in charming Merion Station, Pennsylvania, this cozy colonial features sweeping gardens that frame its entrance.
Five fastigiate fringe trees occupy a small median strip between driveways, and are accompanied by mounding astilbes, melampodium, and variegated euphorbia.
Magenta sunpatiens carry the eye across the sweeping front garden beds which also include hardy hibiscus, salvia, rudbeckia, phlox, stargazer lillies, hostas, and a large flowering crape myrtle.
This smaller series of gardens are maintained by a consistent and thoughtful owner, and thrives throughout the seasons with its different interest points.
A young Japanese maple tree flanks the right side of the door (not pictured), and will grow into a formidable specimen in the years to come.
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