Transformation

Our design team and installation crews outdid themselves this time.

You are looking at some 3,000 square feet of fescue sod. The walkway is a 4′ x 150′ Catalina paver walkway.

Amidst the trees, this walkway adjunct is a 16′ diameter circular Catalina paver patio. The Firepit is 4′ in diameter and composed of Colonial Weston stone.

This Colonial Weston stone retaining wall and white and tan Washed River Rock are both primarily here to manage water runoff down the slope beside the house. But not coincidentally, they look really nice, too!

We have here another Catalina paver sidewalk, to connect the right side deck steps to the asphalt driveway.

And a Catalina paver sidewalk connecting the driveway to the front door.

This Colonial Weston stone retaining wall with Eastwood Gray coping lines the side of the driveway, and includes a 24″ catch basin and underground pipes to allow excess water flow through the wall.

We also prepped the beds and installed a wide variety of plants. Among others you will see here a Pyramid Cardinal Holly, Red Japanese Maple, and a few Soft Touch Hollies, Vintage Jade Distyllium, and Kaleidoscope Abelias, almost all bedded in Dark Walnut Shredded mulch.

We close with a view of the new fescue sod in the front yard.

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