Spring has Sprung Early and almost PERFECT Landscaping is “back in the saddle”. The “duke” (frank) spent the winter estimating and going over the equipment and getting new. Been busy but IT SURE IS nice to be out again interacting with the soil, getting dirty, and being one with mother nature.almost PERFECT Landscaping is back in the saddle .So while you are out enjoying this weather take a look at your landscaping and lawn. There are necessary tasks to do this time of here and here are but a few.
Our first landscape install of the 2015 season. We install approximately 45 of these types of designs every year.
Too much ground cover is never good. At one time this little Cape had large trees in the front to block the hot afternoon sun. The trees fell over in a storm and the Ivy began to deteriorate.
Who says you can’t garden in the city. Not having a yard certainly doesn’t preclude anyone from having a garden. Balcony gardens can be intimate, manageable, useful, and absolutely stunning. Take a look at these tips for creating an outdoor, verdant space you’ll love.
Another Cape with a whole new attitude! This house required a whole new face lift. Lawn, Shrubs and flowers too!
This project was so much fun to do. The weather was fantastic, the home is beautiful and we were there basically like artists painting with mother nature’s palette.
When this client bought this house she inherited a landscape in the front of the residence consisting of barren soil with sparse groundcover here and there
This customer wanted a new lawn, that is it! While doing the initial walk through I came upon the idea a adding a raised retaining wall bed which would
This project was completed in conjunction with the expertise of Liquid Designs, considered one of the area’s finest water garden experts, utilizing the design layout of almost perfect landscaping.
Often property owners may think every landscape screen planting is the same. Just dig a hole and put the plant in. Not so is all to often the case.