Here are photos of our crew rolling out some new sod, to introduce a little green into this customer's winter landscape. While elsewhere, our guys laid cubic yards of Dark Walnut mulch. See something you like? Contact us!
If you want a quick survey of almost all the things that Ben's Creek Nursery does, the best way is to just follow our man Chewy around. Chewy is the swiss army knife of landscape work. He can drive the heaviest equipment, wields all the basic tools of the craft from chain-saws to shovels, and … Continue reading What We Do
Johnny Appleseed has nothing on us. Apple trees are good, but if you are looking for something to brighten the cold monotone of late Fall, you can't beat the winter pansies that we sprinkle around amongst our customers. Here, for instance, are current photos of our latest project. We have built and fortified numerous planting … Continue reading Winter Pansies
It might seem a bit counter-intuitive, but this late in the Fall is a great time to plant new trees. In the Spring or Summer, your trees and other plants are actively growing, pushing water up, processing sunshine, and etc. When a plant is dug up, these processes are brought to an abrupt halt. The … Continue reading Fall Install
As this holiday approaches, we are thankful for many things. But at the top of the list has to be our employees. To show our appreciation, we provided an early morning breakfast today for all the employees, served within the sumptuous glamour of the Shop. The breakfast ham, by the way, was prepared by our … Continue reading Thanksgiving
This is a long-time customer who wanted to put up some screenage around his guest house. He selected large, full grown Emily Bruner Hollies, an excellent choice. Here is the guest house. What, you can't see it? Exactly. That's what a group of 16' Emily Bruners can do, besides being a quality holly to look … Continue reading Holly Screenage
The photos are coming in as work progresses on this project. Remember this scene? It's getting a new look. Our guys are laying down the Fescue sod. It will ultimately take more than 24,000 sf of sod to cover this expansive property. Some good work is being done around the pool right now. We've gotten … Continue reading Project Update