How have you landscaped your property for the best view from your house? I am thinking about rejuvinating some areas and maybe move, add, or subtract some plants around to enhance both view and attract songbirds. Keeping wildlife at the distance, but 'viewable' is also one of the interests. A recent garage fire has changed the view from the house at one end which makes things very different for the landscape that is there now. A few tall trees missing now open up a different appearance to the southwest that is interesting and I'm not rebuilding the garage. The concrete slab where the garage stood will make a good lookout point by leaving it flat and unobstructed from a sun room house view, but it's 'different'. There is a pond below that wasn't seen before from the house very well. That could be a focus point as well as the chicken coop just below near where the garage was. Some plantings to enhance around those will help. The hill going down the lawn with a view of a trail also is somewhat of a focal area to view different wildlife and the trail is used for walking in summer and ski/snowshoe in winter. There are non-suckering lilac bushes in a sort of 'boundary' between the open area to the pond and that separates the area of the 'homestead' closer to the house/barn. Some crabapple trees already are part of the 'view' close and the distance is the mixed rough pasture beyond the pond with nearby forest and beaver ponds beyond that. A few antique farm implements, like the hay rake, sits on the hill adds a little character, but I'de rather not obstruct a 'wild' view from he deck or sunroom of the house area. Got lots of time to think about it, but fall transplanting would be a good time to 're landscape'. How do you think about landscaping around your places?