A POP OF COLOR

Once in a while we design and construct a wonderful residential landscape and still….it’s just not quite right.  Sometimes it just takes a year or two for the plant material to fill in make the landscape look more grounded and less newly constructed.  And...

STAFF FAVORITES – TREES

As the trees are finally greening up and blooming; I have been thinking about my favorites. Top of my list is the Copper Beech (Fagus sylvatica ‘purpurea’) which sits in front of our house.  Or it could be the Yellow Bird Magnolia (Magnolia soulangiana...

THE HEALING GARDEN

Thoughts of meditation and healing gardens are on my mind these days; as a couple of good friends are fighting hard battles now.  A healing garden can take many forms; sometimes it is a sunny corner with a bench facing a beautiful view; sometimes it is a shady nook...

FOR THE KIDS

  One of the most requested items we are asked to include in a residential  landscape design is a play area for the children in the family.  This area can take many forms; from a  playground set-up, swing set, playhouse or tree fort, a sandbox, a mini stage for...
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