Hi everyone. I'd like to line my back fence with a row of Emerald Green Arborvitae. For the life of me though, I can't figure out what to use to anchor the corners of my backyard with. I think carefully selected corner plantings that bracket the Arborvitae would really look good. What ever I use to anchor the back right corner with, it can't be too tall, because my service drop runs off the pole at a height of about 15 feet. As you can see from the pictures, there are already triangular shaped beds in the back corners of my yard (the bed in the back left corner has a Butterfly Garden planted in it). Like I said before, I think the row of Arborvitae and corner plantings will really compliment the fence as well as the whole backyard. For the area under the Arborvitae, I'll make a gently curving bed that follows the back fence, that connects both of the corner beds. Once the perimeter of the back yard is landscaped, I plan to work on landscaping around the pond. I'd like to go in and pull up the cobbles around the upper pond as well as the waterfall pool. I want to surround the upper pond with paver stones like the lower pond has around it and use some type of wall stone for the waterfall pool. When I'm done, I want to have a 100% formal look to this pond. Right now, I've got too many different types of stone around my pond. Any advice on what you'd recommend using to anchor the corners would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.