After: Cast steps are the solution and plantings to stabilize the slope.
After: appreciating the borrowed view.
After: Variegated irregular stepping stones and new garden.
Before: Two sets of steps and two doors.
After: One door, one set of steps off the deck, brick retaining walls, and garden.
Before: Limited usable outdoor living space and poor access.
After: New brick retaining wall to address the slope and drainage, new deck and updated patio and stairs to the lawn.
Before. The borrowed view.
City garden starting point.
After: Fresh new look with cottage style plantings.
After: Updated retaining wall update and landscaping
After: Just after planting. I designed a destination with seasonal interest.
After: New retaining wall, steps, and parking off the alley with rear entry to the patio inside the gate.
After: Bluestone rectangular pavers and new garden.
After: New paver walk and garden!
Before: Weeds! And too shady for grass.
After: Sherando buff gravel makes the original brickwork shine.
It begins with a consultation on site and then a detailed design is created through inspiration.
With time the garden matures.
Before: Visualizing the future always has obstacles.
After: The retaining wall is rebuilt, new plants and fresh sod.
After. New life in a new home!
Isabel destroyed the existing woodlands in 2003. The process of amending the soil starts the transformation.
Now the garden has healed and has become a place of respite.
With the new addition, now we need a walk and a garden.
Soil preparation and layers of plants do the trick.
A thorough site analysis helps determine
Your style is represented in your garden.