Design/Build Landscape Renovations Xeriscaping Patios, Walls, Walks, Steps
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Froman: We added a block retaining wall and xeriscape garden to make this side yard much more interesting.

Rupes: 600 square foot patio and pathway constructed from Basalite pavers. Melton: Flagstone patio with sitting wall.

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Martau: This gravel pathway was very user unfriendly with a sideway slope. Afterleveling the area out, we built a dry stack retaining wall from granite rip-rap, and added flagstone steppers set in 3/4" river rock.
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Halberstadt: This formed concrete walkway had seen better days. We removed the concrete plus 6" of soil and rebuilt this walkway with brick pavers, adding 2 sets of steps.
Harvey: In a small backyard, transportation corridors can be key. They can be made interesting by lining them with plantings and using different materials for visual contrast.
Lee: Flagstone courtyard with stones placed further apart in a soil base so groundcovers can be planted between the stones.

Bundy: Island spruce up: we transformed this old berm into an attractive island using Pavestone garden blocks and added lots of new plantings to attract birds and butterflies.


Slinger: 600 Square foot patio using 'Earthstone'. Patio was underlayed with 4" of compacted roadbase and 1" of sand. Tan colored breeze was used between the stones to hold them in place.


Utzinger: We replaced cracked concrete walkway with paver walk and steps. This is a good way to add curb appeal and spruce up the entrance to your home.

LN: (below left)
Xeriscape garden just two months after planting. It IS possible to have lots of great color the first year!

How about a new brick driveway?
This will definitely add curb appeal and set your home apart from the rest. No more cracked concrete either!
Sage & Stone Landscape
© 2012 Mark Doyle
Broomfield, Colorado