Local stone was used to expand the front entrance landing and create a small retaining wall. October plant and Pennisetum create movement and texture in the landscape.
Stepping stones lead you to the large terraced patio. Hydrangeas add summer color- when the patio is most used.
The fountain provides a focal point for the sitting area while the containers add pops of color all summer long.
This fountain creates a strong focal point at the entrance of the garden. This picture shows the importance of using garden accessories.
The client wanted an area for dining and entertaining. The different stone patterns distinguish these different areas and the fire pit allows for entertaining all year round.
This is an intimate patio area that flows well with the existing deck and creates a very usable yet beautiful outdoor living room.
An old hedge that once enclosed this front property was removed. In its place, a small wall retains the grade and creates a more prominent entrance to the home.
Lady’s mantle softens the patio corner, while Allium adds a bit of whimsy.
This client wanted to create a more impressive entrance to fit with the scale of their home. An elegant landing and extended walkway give that desired approach.
An urn provides a focal point as you make your way up to the front door. Again, this accessory adds seasonal color to the entrance.