Lots of space is nice but walking through 80 feet
of rock is not always fun!
This curved flagstone walkway and 2 pine and shrub beds
give this area some interest and make it a
functional transportation corridor
This raised bed needed some new plantings!
We added lots of various plantings to provide
color and privacy for the back yard
This sloped backyard was a poor utilization of the existing space
After removing a tree and some lawn,
we leveled the area and built a retaining
wall and flagstone patio to make this area
much more inviting and useful.
These clients wanted to do something with their side yard
This retaining wall with xeric plantings made the side yard and walkway much more interesting
This patio needed some new plantings to give it
some warmth and color
A combination of grasses, shrubs, and colorful perennials
anchored by a Bosnian Pine, was a nice upgrade!
No one wants a back yard full of weeds!
This pathway and plantings fit the bill for this narrow back yard. We used the client's excess pavers to really set off
This Erie home was badly in need of some curb appeal
Removing excess grass and adding plantings can
make a huge difference!
This Broomfield homeowner really wanted to make his front
entrance area more user friendly
This flagstone wall/patio combo made his front entrance
much more inviting and utilitarian!
This Louisville home had a pretty basic front yard...
Xeriscape conversion with dry rock streambeds and low
water plantings about 2 months after installation
Lafayette home with common issue; steep slopes
and rock that slides downhill
This short wall built from granite rip rap matches the home's
color scheme and allows more space for new xeriscape plantings.
This Louisville back yard was overrun with weeds
and lacking any sort of cohesive layout
We used a large existing supply of clay pavers to create a
central patio, then added plantings to give this yard a nice flow
Lots of suburban homes are landscaped with
(too much!) rock and mundane plantings
Adding contrasting plants, such as this blue spruce, and darker
colored mulches can make planting beds more interesting