Here's a little unfinished business, the final photos of a project we posted on in February. We hasten to add though that it was not our crews who were dilatory; they finished this project on time in early March. It is our web-posting which got side-tracked with other things. So let's correct that right now. … Continue reading Finish in Style
It will grow quite nicely, thank you, if you start with quality plants. And here are such quality plants, waiting to go to our customers' yards and gardens. A short list of some of the plants you see here: Pink Muhley; Majesty Palm; Ferns; Red Geraniums; Lantana; Drift Roses; and Hibiscus. And these are field … Continue reading How Does Your Garden Grow?
There is no better expression of the heart of a community than how they treat their deceased. The town of Littleton has shown its heart by hiring Ben's Creek Nursery to freshen up the restful quiet of the local Sunset Hill Cemetery. More than 100 Crape Myrtles, most close to 20' high, received a major … Continue reading Rest in Peace
As promised, here are the finished photos of the lake-slope retaining wall project, posted here. As a refresher, here are our guys from a few days ago preparing to install the retaining wall. And now, what a difference a couple of days make! See something you like? Contact us!
New sod, fresh mulch; your neighbors are dressing up for spring, putting on their best for the season. Here are two projects, one completed and the other just starting. First, the precise deployment of dark walnut and pine needle mulch. And then there is this restoration project we've been involved with for some months now. … Continue reading Spring Dress Up
When you've got slope issues (as many Lake owners do) a retaining wall is the way to go. But before the wall goes up, there is a lot of ground to cover, so to speak. Here are some great pictures of our crews swarming to the task of moving dirt with heavy machinery, hand tools, … Continue reading Slope Control
What is better than a lakeside patio? How about two lakeside patios! That's what our guys just completed. They built two River Street Lafitt 3 piece multi-color patios, one 20' in diameter and the other 18', and connected them with two tan natural stone steps 10' wide. On the lower patio, our crew installed a … Continue reading Twice the Fun