The nights are starting earlier, which is nature’s hint that it won’t be long before we will have to start coming in from the cold. But for the next few months at least, you can extend your outdoor time with night lighting. Click on any photo to get a closer look. Here is another job … Continue reading Night Light
A bit of stonework and mulch combined with newly installed and hanging mums can do wondrous things to a driveway entrance. Thinking about freshening up your landscape with new material or mulch? Contact us!
Summer heat and the rain/drought cycle can present special problems for lawn maintenance, but apparently not for our crews. Check out the results of a recent visit to this special property. Among other things, note the razor's edge between grass and pavers in the photos below. Good job on the edging, guys! Click on any … Continue reading Maintenance News
Armies are good, especially our army. And worms are good things, too. But Fall Armyworms … that's a different story. We like our lush, green lawns, and so do these little pests. Fall Armyworms are connoisseurs of fine lawns, especially fresh, new sod, and will muster the troops for an assault as soon as they … Continue reading If it’s Fall These Must Be Armyworms
Following up on our previous post, let's walk the walk of this finished project, beginning with the driveway. Click on any picture to get a closer look. Here is the transition walk, to the patio under the house. This is the new patio/fire pit, with matching walks connecting the lower patio and the porch steps. … Continue reading Possibilities Realized
Some look at lake lots and see nothing but problems; our design team sees nothing but possibilities. Here is what we saw when we began this project. The fixed points we began our work with were the driveway, boathouse, firepit, and the house itself - we wanted to connect these elements with a complex of … Continue reading Possibilities
We begin with the driveway entrance wherein we replaced existing timber supports on the right and left of the driveway with Castle Manor Grana Grey retaining walls, and installed Red Knock Out Roses and Miss Huff Lantana in a mulch of NC Long Leaf Pine Needles. We cleaned up this 15' x 118' area and … Continue reading Plants & Patio