We design beautiful, functional gardens and outdoor spaces to suit your lifestyle. From ideal plant selection through to beautiful decking and retaining walls
Our soulful team of designers will work closely with each other to produce an outstanding landscape design that complements to our client’s property.
Every single design is a joint effort between the designer and our client, we may be accomplished experts in field of landscape design and however we feel that our clients input is more of vital importance. Our primary goal is to create a landscape that suit and caters to the need needs of its users.
Key Benefits of Service
The single largest factor in the cost of your new landscaping installation is the size of your property. If your house sits on a huge lot, and you’re not sure if you can afford to landscape the entire area, talk to your professional landscaper about the possibility of landscaping it in sections. Xeriscaping is a style of landscaping that utilizes plants, shrubs, ground that need very little water to thrive.
- Install and Remove any type of Trees safely
- Maintenance services to keep trees are healthy
- Insured and provide expert solutions
- Experienced in commercial scale planting
- Evaluate degree of difficulty on every removal
Landscape Design Tips
Historically, all gardens were design with one of three goals in mind, to raise food, to create living space, or to be visually pleasing.
Ask yourself: What purpose do you want your garden to accomplish? With the answer in mind, you can design a space that does double duty, mixing ornamentals and edibles in a single planting bed, for instance.
When you define the boundaries of a space, you give the eye something to focus on—a hedge or a fence in the distance. Clarifying where the perimeters are creates a sense of order.
Every piece of land has its own distinct set of features: sunny areas, shade, changes in elevation, windy spots, existing trees, mature shrubs, and soil conditions that may not match your neighbor’s.
Get to know your property’s microclimates and topography. Test your soil to see if it’s acidic and study its composition: is it sandy and loose or heavy and clayish? The more you know about the personality of your property, the better advantage you can take of its best traits.
What plants will be happiest in your garden? Native plants are an obvious choice. Also plants that you notice are happy in your neighbors’ gardens. Remember that your own garden has microclimates of sun and shade, and site plants accordingly