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Landscape Design and Installation

A beautifully landscaped yard is a mix of art and science.

In order to create a successful landscaping project, all aspects of a client's outdoor space must be considered. It takes a combination of designers, horticulturists, licensed irrigators and other experts to understand the scientific makeup of your soil, knowledge of the plants and flowers that will flourish in your location and how colors work together to complement each other. We also consider drainage issues, slopes, house or building colors and textures. 


The result is a a unique landscape that works with the area water supply, natural surroundings and most importantly what you're looking for in your newly landscaped yard. 

Our Process 

1) It all starts with a conversation.

Before we dig any dirt, install irrigation, lay mulch or plant trees and flowers, we visit your property so we can physically see your space and talk face to face about your needs, budget, timeline, etc. Whether you know exactly what you want, have no idea or are somewhere in between, we'll work together with you to come up with a plan to meet your goals and your budget. 

2) Mood board 

For clients who are more visual, we'll create a mood board (example pictured at right)

with examples of plants, flowers, hardscape features and an overall feel of what we've

discussed. The more communication up front on a project, the easier the process is for 

everyone and even more important, the more satisfied you'll be with the end project. 


3) Custom plan 

Our landscape designer will present you with a custom plan (see below) to make sure

we've correctly interpreted your vision.


Depending on the scope of your project, your plan may include: 

  • Corrective drainage and irrigation design

  • Landscape lighting design

  • Hardscape plans including patios, water features, decks or fencing

  • Landscape design with the specific grass, plants, flowers and trees planned for your project

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Once approved, it's time to get busy making the drawing come to life.

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